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"julia bishop" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:59 min | 7 months ago

"julia bishop" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Daughters. I couldn't believe it. Based on the 2017 nonfiction book, Nomad Land by journalist Jessica Bruder. The film features a cast of mostly non actors, real life nomads like Linda Mae, who you just heard telling the real stories of their life within the frame of a fictional film, and that blending of fact and fiction is a signature technique of the film's director. Chloe job. I think I'm looking for some kind of truth. You know, I'm looking for some kind of authentic moments draws films have been called modern westerns, but John says she didn't actually see those films growing up in Beijing. And her interest in the western landscape came later around the end of film school it and why you when she saw a syriza of National Geographic photos of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. She knew she wanted to make her first film. There. There was such American message and identity is images how the clash between the old and the new Seeing a Lakota boy and bareback on a horse at a gas station, and he's worrying to pop T shirt is very special. So that's how I first went to their Trump planned a more traditional fiction film, working from a screenplay with professional actors, But when our funding fell through, she created a cinematic style that fit her budget. She sent her to her first film 2015 songs. My Brothers taught Me. Around non actors building trust with her subjects to weave the details of their personal lives into the story. Our next film, The writer, which premiered it can and 2017 built on the same technique, telling the lightly fictionalized story of a young rodeo rider struggling to find a new sense of identity after a traumatic brain injury leaves him unable to ride. And won accolades at Cannes and the Toronto International Film Festival, where senior director Diana Sanchez says it had audiences, including herself in tears. He gets so close to her characters, so I think it's that intimacy she is able to achieve that just really touched a chord in people. It was also at Toronto that Frances McDormand, who optioned the film rights to Nomad land. Saw Chloe John's work for the first time. She told an audience at a screening last year. McDorman didn't know how the book would translate to the screen. When she discovered jobs films she knew she found the right creative partner not being enough. A writer or director. I couldn't imagine it, but I had seen the writer so I knew she could. McDorman says Job brought her signature approach to this film. Chloe and I talked a lot about my own desire to live on the road. I told my husband That when I turned 65 I was gonna change my name to Fern Start smoking. Lucky strikes drinking wild turkey and I hit the road, my RV. They traversed the country in vans for months, meeting real life nomads and incorporating their experiences into the film. I just deeply admire her as a storyteller. Bob Wells is a central figure in the real life Nomad community. And plays himself in the film. He says that Jaws organic approach to filmmaking was a bit mysterious of times. I never knew what the story was. I think I watched the story evolved as we shot it. But the story lived in her head, and they captured the nomadic life so well. It just felt like my life. Earlier this month, Chloe job became the first Asian woman nominated for best director at the Golden Globes, and the film has strong Oscar buzz. Later this year, she becomes the latest indie director to helm a Marvel movie that movie theater. Nell's Alexey Horowitz, Ghazi NPR news. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Now we want to turn to an issue that affects tens of millions of Americans were talking about student loan debt about 43 million federal borrowers collectively, oh, about $1.6 trillion. That was a signature issue for a number of Democratic presidential candidates, and Democrats are still debating what to do about it. And this week during a CNN Town hall, a questionnaire put President Biden on the spot, asking specifically whether he would be in favor of forgiving up to $50,000 of debt per borrower. Here's part of President Biden's response. We should be eliminating interest on the debts that are accumulated. Number one and number two. I'm prepared to write off a $10,000 debt. But not 50. And the president went on to say he is unsure if he had the authority to forgive so much debt. We wanted to talk more about this. So we've joined now by NPR's Allison Advani, who covers higher and Alyssa. Welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. You can forgive me for asking for putting you on the spot. But do we know? Does the president have this authority or not? Well, we have people. You know, We have people on both sides that say yes, I know. Like Trump. Lawyers at the Department of Education before Biden was sworn in, issued a memo and said, No, this is illegal. Meanwhile, attorneys at Harvard's project on predatory student lending say Yep, this is exactly how the law was designed. It has never been tested in court, and the Biden administration has said it is looking into the legal arguments. And there are also questions about who would actually benefit from loan forgiveness. And you've done a lot of reporting on this. I'd like to ask you who actually has student loan debt in this country. You say that there are misconceptions about just who has that student and who is struggling. So could you just walk us through that? So let's start first with who takes out student loans. I spoke to Julia Bishop. He's a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. And he really set this up. Well, what we know from research that those who brought student loan debt is because they come from household or personal financial situation. Great. Don't have the assets or the income tool for higher education..

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"julia bishop" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"julia bishop" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Journalist Jessica Bruder. The film features a cast of mostly non actors, real life nomads like Linda Mae, who you just heard telling the real stories of their life within the frame of a fictional film and that blending of fact and fiction. Is a signature technique of the film's director, Chloe job. I think I'm looking for some kind of truth, You know, I'm looking for some kind of authentic moments. Just films have been called modern westerns, but John says she didn't actually see those films growing up in Beijing. And her interest in the western landscape came later around the end of film school it and why you when she saw a syriza of National Geographic photos of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. She knew she wanted to make her first film. There. There was such American message and identity is images how the clash between the old and the new Seeing a Lakota boy, a bareback on a horse, a gas station, and he's worrying to pop T shirt is very special. So that's how I first went there. Drop planned a more traditional fiction film, working from a screenplay with professional actors. Winner funding fell through. She created a cinematic style that fit her budget. She sent her to her first film 2015 songs. My Brothers taught me around non actors building trust with her subjects to weave the details of their personal lives into the story. Our next film, The writer, which premiered it can and 2017 built on the same technique, telling the lightly fictionalized story of a young rodeo rider struggling to find a new sense of identity after a traumatic brain injury leaves him unable to ride. Won accolades at Cannes and the Toronto International Film Festival, where senior director Diana Sanchez says it had audiences including herself in tears and get so close to her characters, So I think it's that intimacy she is able to achieve that just really touched a chord in people. It was also at Toronto that Frances McDormand, who optioned the film rights to Nomad land. Saw Chloe John's work for the first time. She told an audience at a screening last year. McDorman didn't know how the book would translate to the screen. When she discovered jobs films she knew she'd found the right creative partner. Not being enough. A writer or director. I couldn't imagine it, but I had seen the writer so I knew she could. McDorman says Job brought her signature approach to this ville chlorine. I talked a lot about my own desire to live on the road. I told my husband That when I turned 65 I was gonna change my name to Fern Start smoking. Lucky strikes drinking wild turkey and I hit the road, my RV. They traversed the country in vans for months, meeting real life nomads and incorporating their experiences into the film. I just deeply admire her as a storyteller. Bob Wells is a central figure in the real life Nomad community. And plays himself in the film. He says that Jaws organic approach to filmmaking was a bit mysterious. At times. I never knew what the story was. I think I watched the story evolved as we shot it. But the story lived in her head, and they captured the nomadic life so well. It just felt like my life. Earlier this month, Chloe job became the first Asian woman nominated for best director at the Golden Globes, and the film has strong Oscar buzz. Later this year, she becomes the latest indie director to helm a Marvel movie that movie theater. Nell's Alexey Horowitz, Ghazi NPR news. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Now we want to turn to an issue that affects tens of millions of Americans were talking about student loan debt about 43 million federal borrowers collectively oh, about $1.6 trillion Was a signature issue for a number of Democratic presidential candidates, and Democrats are still debating what to do about it. And this week during a CNN Town hall, a questionnaire put President Biden on the spot, asking specifically whether he would be in favor of forgiving up to $50,000 of debt per borrower. Here's part of President Biden's response. We should be eliminating Interest on the debts that are accumulated number one and number two. I'm prepared to write off $10,000 debt. But not 50. And the president went on to say he is unsure if he had the authority to forgive so much debt. We wanted to talk more about this. So we've joined now by NPR's Allison Advani, who covers higher and Alyssa. Welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. You been? Forgive me for asking for putting you on the spot. But do we know? Does the president have this authority or not? Well, we have people. I know we have people on both sides that say yes, I know. Like Trump. Lawyers at the Department of Education before Biden was sworn in, issued a memo and said, No, this is illegal. Meanwhile, attorneys at Harvard's project on predatory student lending say Yep, this is exactly how the law was designed. It has never been tested in court, and the Biden administration has said it is looking into the legal arguments. And there are also questions about who would actually benefit from loan forgiveness. And you've done a lot of reporting on this. I'd like to ask you who actually has student loan debt in this country. You say that there are misconceptions about just who has that student and who is struggling. So could you just walk us through that? So let's start first with who takes out student loans. I spoke to Julia Bishop. He's a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. And he really set this up. Well, what we know from research that those who brought student loan debt is because they come from household or Personal financial situation. Great. I'll have the assets or the income tool for higher education..

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"julia bishop" Discussed on Bad Boys

Bad Boys

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"julia bishop" Discussed on Bad Boys

"You say sexual sexual men fly off? Darren image so so so Richard Branson's doing sexually main flights on Virgin Galactic. Like wow when breaking news to increase the tourist. How much does that cost? You know I would say that. That will go on the cutting room floor. But it's going a now that we've talked about it for a few minutes of course otherwise we'd have nothing important in week very young hefner hopeless but anyway so yes virgin galactic still pressing forward things but spicer is all about Really it's all about transport and getting the day going to have the contract to get astronauts back and forth from the International Space Station building station like expanding on it or is it finished. No no no. I believe it's willing to really still going to him in the rebecca some more astronauts updates like I. I know that Richard Branson's done these old private. You know private enterprise that sort of stuff and Elon. Musk is like on. Oh it's for the you know like helping the government nat but I mean. I think it's just a ruse really just I. It's still providence pros. And he's still making a shit load of money on for exactly Actually I actually my Richard Branson's like approaching going. You know what I WANNA make this shitload of money out of it. That's when it comes to anti so I'm getting put myself out there like that money and notoriety for those Yep Yep anyway is again in the headlines and giving trump run for his money on the world news tonight with them doubling down on the protests in Hong Kong to push through the approval of the new laws that will give them control of the wants Democratic City but that's not all China's threats to abandon Australia have reached the line in the sand after. Us Secretary of State is clearly happy to hang dry. You out to dry. After the Victorian state government's decision to be part of the built built in Rhode Initiative. China has officially told Australia to prepare to be abandoned. Meanwhile China's later is reported to have lost his patience moving his to newest and largest aircraft carriers into the South China Sea as a sign of strength and readiness against the US fleet currently sulking in that area. It is obvious. China's later is looking for an opportunity to prove the. Us want really stand by. Its commitment to protect Taiwan and Hong Kong. I will say one thing include clear. These would never have happened on Julia. Bishops Wash Julie Bishops tough. How hard I wouldn't have missed with Julie not a chain Rican. Oh absolutely the women's feel us. She reminds me of There's a TV show Well it's I think it's going That had gone. What's it called a about the United States President And he's wife is not the West Wing. It said the the the good. Wow not designated survivor or something. Nar all you thinking about the Underwood's this the Underwood's she reminds me a Claire Underwood in that. Shar just tough speaking speaking of TV shows When we'RE GONNA talk about call soon but Because you know I managed to watch that sixty minutes report but I saw a new show. That's coming out on channel nine that it's all about setting prisoners up on dates and then afterwards seeing them get married to the blind date. What's yet I'm serious this short. This is a show. It's a new reality show yet. We there's Darren we. We we've conceptualize put together a bit of a show ourselves and we went. We might talk about it because it's something that we we believe is going to be really great but I think it would be that to me. Sounds just average at sands like like love island in a prison setting. I don't understand so I didn't I inside their team. That's right isn't that funny. We got on. Maybe we gave him the idea onto the weekend today show. We talked about how tinder so big in prison. I've gone that's an idea. I wouldn't be surprised if they actually did that. A channel nine doing it. Yeah they see see they take turn and I run with it. We expect some royalties channel. Nine could you imagine I mean seriously every prisoner in the country would be putting the hand up for that? I'll be in hell. They added like get permission to do this. Is it real? Is it real prisoners in real prisons? Apparently it's real prisoners in real prison. How are they doing that How would they getting into the prison to film it? I di I really WANNA be interested to see these in and see how this plays yet and if it is really if it is really in real prisons and if they had they get can look at seriously right like sign up for this show ladies sign up for the show we're going to we're going to match you up with a a an ex prisoner right. And his Kurtz an order enjoy. I prisoner and when I get out then then you're going to get married to them now. Is that fraught with problems? It's like what's he in for. You know is the in for you because I've just been on a date with a prison. Oh hell allowed to go to the jail I I was in jail when they get out beginning at filmed it's going to be on national. Tv and getting married. Can you be happy for me? Please this reality TV white. That's going out of hand. I know I know I know. Say here we were going to talk about coiling. How and how empathetic Kylie's and then I'll saying this show and it's like ten times more pathetic than Kyle. That's not possible he's ego would be beginning. Well tell you what this show could pull the ratings in. If if it's done correctly and in a safeway could pull the writings. Maybe they'll you'll be the hurst maybe call. Because he's the biggest US all around the hassle to deal with the prisoners. Maybe they could the guy other sport today. Thank you boys. At least someone's on on the Guy Malays someone's on the game said the big news. Rising circles is not the Daniel Ricarda. We'll be driving with McLaren next year. That was last week's news. But that McLaren is looking to provide ricotta the opportunity to drive a supercar in next year's. Great Rice Baathist one thousand the while car entry supports Ricardo's longtime drain to Rice in these trailing championship but the Saudi factor of course will be mind priority. The Formula One shedule. It'd be great to see him pushing supercar around the man even if it would feel like Toyota Corolla in comparison to the one McLaren. That's awesome. That's great you know. I was loading up some Music Ontario and new bad boys if m last night and I put up midnight oil king of the. Oh no thought rolls out there. It is. Say you've put some oils up until I did put some morals up about the songs from the oil put up You know you've got to put bids burning up. I mean that's a classic. Yeah forgotten is forgotten I put Kosciusko now I didn't put Causey. Also tonight I'll try causing a little bit little bit sly sly. I didn't put up. Us forces or. I didn't put up your. I'm not always use forces like seriously. He's at the only that they right. you gotta think you know you gotta think outside the square letter on. Nive even put up some Niles. Oh yeah well no. It'll be doing today. We'll I'm putting proposals together. And that's T- bad boys. Fm.

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"julia bishop" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"julia bishop" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The left side of the political spectrum but something happen very soon into his mandate he of personal friend of him adjusted pre scold with dividend the west more durr of uprest was working already with the poorest communities in a cellar trained to give them a voice and that's what the folk a force be civil rule medal wants tournament or to wake up and so he decided to lent his voice to the very same people and to speak out about all the human right violations that were taking placing a salvador there are a lot of people in in latin america who always believe he was a saint amina it is normally called the saint of the americas for a lot of people who claim he has performed miracles it of course also has a political legacy in all eu he sort of empowered a sector of the church and people to go on and talk out loud about human rights violation us on us a fourth so yeah ac semester fieger for letting americans was out to a wallis earned pope paul vi interrelated 1978 at a missile sweeping reforms of the church in the 1960s isil sank to beat clad a saint east team all became a sovereign nation in two thousand two and almost immediately found itself in a row with australia over there shed maritime border in the team more see the two countries disagreed over how to share out revenues from a huge offshore gas field now though there celebrating the signing of an historic treaty on the which east team all also known as team or less one of the world's poorest nations will now gain the majority of any future revenue australia's foreign minister julia bishop was at the signing at the un unusual this is an historic day for by our nation's we recognize that it is a particularly important day fatih more list and another step forward in team was journey as a sovereign nation and this was the deputy prime minister of east t more amman as you'll do put eta we designers through today.

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"julia bishop" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"julia bishop" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The left side of the political spectrum but something happen very soon into his mandate he of personal friend of him adjusted pre scold with dividend the west more durr of uprest was working already with the poorest communities in a cellar trained to give them a voice and that's what the folk a force be civil rule medal wants tournament or to wake up and so he decided to lent his voice to the very same people and to speak out about all the human right violations that were taking placing a salvador there are a lot of people in in latin america who always believe he was a saint amina it is normally called the saint of the americas for a lot of people who claim he has performed miracles it of course also has a political legacy in all eu he sort of empowered a sector of the church and people to go on and talk out loud about human rights violation us on us a fourth so yeah ac semester fieger for letting americans was out to a wallis earned pope paul vi interrelated 1978 at a missile sweeping reforms of the church in the 1960s isil sank to beat clad a saint east team all became a sovereign nation in two thousand two and almost immediately found itself in a row with australia over there shed maritime border in the team more see the two countries disagreed over how to share out revenues from a huge offshore gas field now though there celebrating the signing of an historic treaty on the which east team all also known as team or less one of the world's poorest nations will now gain the majority of any future revenue australia's foreign minister julia bishop was at the signing at the un unusual this is an historic day for by our nation's we recognize that it is a particularly important day fatih more list and another step forward in team was journey as a sovereign nation and this was the deputy prime minister of east t more amman as you'll do put eta we designers through today.

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