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"julie cohen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

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"julie cohen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Affects his relationship with the former president Dong gagne NPR news This is NPR news This is WNYC in New York at 6 45 Today on all of it Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Louise erg talks about the haunted bookstore at the heart of her latest book the sentence Plus hear from the director of a new film starring Joaquin Phoenix as a radio reporter on a cross country trip with his young nephew Tune in today at noon on 93.9 FM AMA 20 or listen online at WNYC dot org 41 mostly cleared now mostly sunny today with a high near 43 in breezy as well a frosted advisory overnight its 6 45 Support for NPR comes from member stations and from Sony Pictures classics presenting Julia a new film directed by Julie Cohen and Betsy west about the life of cookbook author and television personality Julia Child Julia is now playing in select theaters Anti price committed to helping investors close the gap towards reaching their retirement goals tyro.

"julie cohen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

07:06 min | 3 months ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Lowell. From We loved her dearly and that is l g B T. Yeah. You're a closet free radio right on. Well, uh, looking towards the fall season the year It being that Time of year. Yes, Uh, Frank Avella of the Edge Media Network has put out an article describing the best and most anticipated LGBTQ films of this fall. As he says, follows always the most exciting season for cinema lovers since it signals the beginning of all the major film festivals and the start of awards season, which often yields the movies will go that will go on to that We will Movies that will go on to be remembered, Uh, for queer themed films. The festival circuit is here around and there are now more festivals and films. Uh, So there's a lot of exciting films opening and streaming and theatrically releasing, and at the festivals. They include An addiction. Terence Davies, exquisite cinematic poem biopic of the 20th century English poets to create Sassoon. But so much more. The film explores sexual and spiritual identity, as well as depicting desire between men at a time when acting on such feelings was seen as criminal. No trailer yet for that, and it's going to be Uh, yeah. Come into film festivals near you. Mm hmm. Next up his Firebird based on surgery, Face stuffs memoir. Peter remains transfixing Cold War thriller Firebird Centers on the Forbidden Love between Estonian Private Sergey And his lover, Lieutenant Roman Mady, EV. A fighter pilot on the same air Force base set in the late 19 seventies and into the eighties film is a superbly crafted romance drama about the difficulties of being gay in certain parts of the world. In the recent past. Next. Everybody's talking about Jamie or E t A J. That sounds fun. Yeah, it's an exuberant, empowering musical that every queer teed Actually, every teen should see. The film is an adaptation of the award winning West End musical that was inspired by True events. The narrative centers on Jamie knew. Who has just turned 16 and dreams of being a drag queen. Is supported by his devoted mum. But certain kids and even adults at school make his life difficult. The joyous musical numbers and queer positive message mix for truly smashing film. Next up, and this is really I found this really interesting. My name is Pauli Murray. Um How can one person be so pivotal in our history and yet not be a name Anyone knows This is a question The compelling documentary. My name is Polly Murray sets out to answer as directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West explore the life of this black attorney. Activist, poet and true gender nonconforming Queer Paul Pioneer. Polly was a Social justice warrior long before the civil rights movement was in full swing. And was wrestling with broader issues of gender identity long before it was something discussed. Their story is finally being told. And it's a most significant one. Yeah, that I want to see. That's that's from the directors of RBG, By the way, Yeah, right. Not Um, Next step here. Mask a pony. What is Mass Caponi tangy cream cheese used in many Italian dishes, one that often taste better if homemade, but getting it right is not easy. The sublime, gay affirming film mask a pony. Directed by Alessandro Guida and Matteo Pilati, chronicles the journey of 30 year old Antonio who is dumped by his husband of 12 years and must now find his place in the gay world. Italian filmmakers are finally daring to tell queer positive stories, and this one is a delight. Except the sixth Real, the grand drag diva trials. Push is back this time as co writer co director and, of course, star of the sixth Real A glorious, old fashioned tail. Of cinephile who, after the death of an old friend discovers a Hollywood treasure. Long thought lost. What ensues is a madcap madness and mayhem. Next up flee the winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Jonas Power, Rasmussen's fleas and a typical blend of animation and documentary that chronicles of gay Afghan refugees. Deeply personal story. It also boasts the most surprising reaction by a brother, discovering that his sibling is gay. Mhm. Three releases yet to be seen, but coming soon eternal. Been highly public publicize that close Ows eternal will feature the first openly gay superhero in the Marvel movie as well as a kiss between the two We shall see Just how much screen time Brian Terry Henry and as Schliemann get. And how far Disney we'll go. What next tick tick boom. Lin Manuel Miranda makes his highly anticipated directorial debut with the Jonathan Larson musical tick, tick boom. Starring Andrew Garfield, Alexandra Shipp, Vanessa Hedges, Hudgens and Robin Jesus. He had a settling manual and, finally, Benedetta. The always controversial Paul Re. Hovan is back with Benedetta, the story of 1/17 century Tuscan nun who has a sexual relationship with a fellow sister and sees visions of Christ. This is based on a true story. So, um There's some wetting of your appetite for the film scene to come this fall. Yeah, There's there's There's definitely a couple. I would like to see. Um Yeah. Paul. Fall is the time it is okay. Well, it is time now for the community calendar and announcements. Well, okay, let's get right to that..

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"julie cohen" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

07:57 min | 3 months ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"Name. Is pauline murray and my field. Concentration has been human rights. My whole personal history has been a struggle to meet standards of excellence in a society which has been dominated by the ideas that blacks were inherently inferior to whites and women were inherently inferior to men. Murray was far too complicated for any twentieth century rubric. to contain black. non binary. queer feminist and civil rights. Pioneer murray was a poet a teacher illegal activist a white-shoe lawyer ultimately an episcopal priest. Murray hung out with langston hughes. James baldwin had a twenty three year friendship with eleanor roosevelt and helped betty for. Dan found the national organization for women. Might name is pauline. Murray was made by directors. Betsy west and julie cohen. They made the documentary. Our bg that helped catapult justice ginsburg into the super celebrity stratosphere. Betsy and julie are joined with me today by professor patricia bell. Scott a consulting producer of my name is pauline murray and professor emeritus of women's studies and human development and family science at the university of georgia her biography the firebrand and the first lady portrait of a friendship pauli murray eleanor. Roosevelt and the struggle for social justice won the lillian smith book award. Julie betsy professor bell scott. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for being here. I don't even think my introduction that i just gave which had so many exclamation marks begins to do pauli murray justice. I feel as though watching the film and doing some reading primary is like a. Where's waldo of the big major labor racial gender movements in the last century except pauli. Murray did it a decade before anyone else thought of it and not just in terms of activism but actually constructing legal architecture and i think if you add in pauley murray's lifelong insistence that she was a man living in a woman's body pleading with doctors to hear her and help her. It's clear to me that pauli murray was not in any category that the twentieth century can contain so patricia. Can you help just set the table for listeners. Who've not heard yet of pauli murray what the early life was the education and all the ways in which these kind of weird constructed boundaries kept throwing up walls yes I think when we try to decipher what resulted in this incredible person to whom we are all so We are all so indebted. We have to start with her childhood. Pauli murray was a person Who had tremendous Sensitivity to injustice when she was a child and i i'm right now using The pronoun she because she presented as a female Largely as as a result of the pressures of social forces and political Political issues in her life however she presented as female publicly however privately and through All of her life she would be someone we would describe now as someone who was gender queer or we might say that she was gender. Non binary And there is a phrase of that. Some people use that i truly think is appropriate when we think about her in that she is someone who really takes a very expensive few of the human experience so that she sees herself spoke male and female beyond beyond those boundaries. She was of mixed race ancestry ancestry so she saw herself as beyond just male and female. So when i say she. I don't necessarily mean she in the conventional sense. But i'm using that. Because that is how she wrote about herself that is how she presented herself Publicly and to people. We have to start with this childhood of a of a someone who at age six lodged her first protest against inequality over the dinner table win. Aunt pauline who became murray's adoptive mother was distributing The pancakes and polly was given one. Pancake and grandfather. Robert was given three and she looked at his plate and looked at her plate in decided that this was not fair and so she turned to aunt pauline and say it aunt pauline. Why do you give grandfather robert Three pancakes and me only one well The adults At the table really had no answer that they were willing to share with this young woman and even though it perhaps would have been a question that they had expected her To let lie. She didn't so that Later when she was at dinner at debt they were dinner guests at the home of a of a prestigious family in the community. A black middle class family and they were Being served a meal in pauley who was tiny but always ravenous say. I'd like to have another helping of meat Aunt pauline say. No and then paulie say it. Will i still feel like. I should have another helping of meat. And she insisted in finally aunt. Pauline said l. Please excuse us to The host took paulie in another room gave polly spanking and then when they returned to the dinner table. You would not be surprised to know that this child turned to her. Aunt pauline in the guests see it. I one another helping of meat. So what we sow. Was this what you see in. This comes from murray's Account of childhood in her memoirs. Some in a weary throat is is An insistence to Not be silent in the face of injustice and persistence and determination to question power and authority. Whether that authority be on the in the person who had of her older relatives who raised her or In the presence of the white house. Eleanor and franklin roosevelt. To whom she wrote hot letters protesting jim crow in the south. So early on we see in pauli. Murray someone At a very young age highly sensitive to injustice and very much determined to question it and to persist and accept the consequences even if the consequences in one case as a child was a spanking. And betsy and julie. I feel like i want to ask you that. Initial framing question that patricia just brought up..

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"julie cohen" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Not ordaining women. Women fortunately by the time that quality got got the degree or dane as as as an episcopal priest And those who need her. We in view or nepali. We interview police. Grand niece in in the film saying that becoming a priest really shifted police perspective. Really turn paulie from a talk. Are to a listener and mellowed. Mellowed paulie but not in a way. That quieted bali. But in the way away a mellowed activist and through all of this period. I mean the decades what's so astounding. How much poli marie accomplished. Amazing memoir s journal or as you said poet. was institutionalized would get depressed had relationships when they ended with women Fell apart. Can you talk about overcoming. All of this paulino. Sorry go julie You know it was really the spirituality that help paulie overcome of over overcome loss and struggle and i think that's where it was after the death of fifteen year partner. Irene barlow that paulie went to went to school and found in the church solace from some of the lifelong struggle and betsy. You wanted to add. And the i should have institution being institutionalize also understanding They're just talking to medical doctors. All through this period you can only imagine how incredibly frustrating and difficult it was for. Paulie to have This strong feeling of being a man. And not getting any kind of validation for this and the s paulie was in and out of institutions suffering breakdowns. Basically in the nineteen thirties and into the forties eventually Polly did find this. Love relationship with irene barlow. Which as julie said lasted for fifteen years. And and i think that was a great thomas for poly. I also think that the move Y- paulie it always been religious. Had gone to the episcopal church at always had found. Actually the relationship with our irene. They shared a passion for religion. Used to go to church together. I also think that Gave police space to devote herself to Polly's autobiography which he spent the last few years polly's life writing very seriously At one in one interview we heard paulie was introduced as a lawyer turn poet. She said i'm a poet. Turn lawyer for paulie writing was probably the most important form of expression paulie had written an amazing family memoir proud shoes which is kind of like the the precursor to routes Extraordinary story of her own family mainly in the nineteenth century and then went on to finish her autobiography which was extremely important to follow. We're going to have to leave it there. But people should begin to explore. Betsy west and julie. Cohen are the award winning directors of the new documentary. My name is pauline. Murray premiering at the sundance film festival. Virtually this weekend thanks. Also to dolores chandler. The former coordinator of the pauli. Murray center in durham featured in the film That does it for our broadcast. Crecy now produced with rene felts mike burkina custer libby raining or me shape. Maria cena carla wheels time at were enough tearing into san jose maria studio john hamilton robbie karen honeymoon student control special. Thanks to truly crosby. And becca stalemate. I'm amy goodman be safe. Wear a mask try..

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"julie cohen" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:38 min | 10 months ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"But we knew when we were writing that we were standing on her shoulders. Yes that's another ruth bader ginsburg speaking to the filmmakers margot guernsey and llewellyn smith. Back in two thousand seventeen. Rpg is also featured in my name. Is pauline murray. So julie cohen. If you can take us back what is astounding about this. And i'm sure for many around the world who are watching or listening to this or reading about it right now is. This is the first time they are hearing pauli murray's name yet named by our bg as one of her. Inspirations and then go back in time to thurgood marshall and before that as well yeah. That's right i mean certainly. There is a growing awareness among progressives in the us fiscal piscopo. People who live in durham north carolina. Pockets of extreme interest in academics. Who are interested in pauli murray but the fact is most of us off were not taught about pauli murray in our elementary school history classes as perhaps we should have been or or later in our schooling and yet this is a person who influenced so many different movements in the us. Not only as you were talking about the fight for gender equality but also the fight for racial equality pauli murray was at howard law school in the early nineteen forties pauley wrote a paper making the argument that plus versus ferguson should be overturned on that 1896 notorious 1896 supreme court case laying down the role of separate but equal the feeling of the early civil rights movement at that point was what we should be fighting for in the separate but equal realm is to sort of you know improve the conditions in segregated institutions. Pauli murray's argument was no no this whole construct is faulty separate but equal by definition is unfair and by keeping people separate. Your are treating them unequal. You're creating a stamp or a badge of in theory artie. Tout telling people that you you have to you know people going to their own. Corners hall leans teachers and classmates at howard law. School thought this idea too radical in police description there was laughter and mocking hawley. Said i think that plessey is going to be overturned within twenty five years was pauly's gas a. Her what a police professors of made up made a ten dollar wager. Say like no absolutely no way of course ten years later one thousand nine hundred before the brown versus board of education supreme court ruling came out saying exactly that separate but equal is unconstitutional and pauly's law professors had been in but were were involved in that case spotswood robinson who was polly's professor at howard. Thurgood marshall teaching at howard all the great civil rights icons were very much circling around howard university and in fact police paper was used in developing the arguments that went into the brown versus board of education. Briefs they're sort of specific points. That paulie make that actually find their way into the formal brief and then into the supreme court. Roy i want to turn to an audio clip of pauli. Murray speaking in nineteen sixty six at the harvard law forum cure bust where she distributes brains intellect talent drive. She simply scatters these with the recombination of the league's up in some ways. I might have been disadvantaged to have been born. They negro white america. A woman in a man's profession left handed and right handed world. And i might throw in even an orphan at an early age. But it was surfing advantages in this status which i didn't see then. But i see in retrospect i therefore i came to sex discrimination much later than i came to rights discrimination and having fought the battle of race discrimination i began to see how incre girly these two discriminations were since. I cannot split myself since i had to be a unified human being. I decided that it was not. I was wrong. But the society's excellence wrong and that any time a society penalizes individual because of a biological attribute whether it be race per se or rather it be sex per se that society is going to be challenged. that was pauli. Murray speaking at harvard law firm forum pauli murray went to howard law school in the forties. Pauli murray wrote a letter to harvard law school after being rejected for a further degree at the time the school only accepted men. Paulie wrote quote. I would gladly change my sex to meet your requirements but since the way to such change has not been revealed to me. I have no recourse but to appeal to you to change your minds now. This is not a minor point. She is prevented from going to harvard. Law school because of They said they would not accept women to harvard law school she would go to the university of california berkeley than get another degree at yale. Now a building is named for pauli. Murray the first african-american named on building a building is named for betsy west. If you could talk about a lot of what's embedded in what she's in what pauli murray is saying now pauli murray at the time referred to herself as she But this is a time when she had asked for.

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"julie cohen" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Contradict excerpts from the short documentary Nature's grocery at premieres tonight is part of the POV shortage on PBS. We're joined by the film's director Nadine natour. She is an associate producer on the oscar-nominated film. RBG. Nadine here is telling her own family story. Those are our parents who run the grocery store. She's the oldest of four daughters Nadine. Thanks so much for joining us and democracy. Now, we don't have much time and I want you to get to the heart of the story you're grown up in one of the most conservative areas of the United States and how from you to your youngest sister you feel the area has changed. Thanks so much for having me Amy. Yes. So while I was growing up, I really didn't pay that much attention to being Muslim to being Arab. My parents came from Palestine and it was just sort of the part of part of growing up. We didn't we didn't we were secular family didn't pay too much attention to to that but as the years progressed and we saw different administrations come and go and the climate for American Muslims became a bit more worrisome. So in the election of Donald Trump, we saw a lot of the that bubbling racist sentiment towards immigrants towards Muslim become part of the mainstream discourse and whereas I really never thought about it when it comes to my youngest sister who you see in the film, she fended off anger ignorant comments or attacks on on her Heritage as she was going through. Going through school. So you really could see a shift in the in the attitude towards Muslims towards immigrants and especially with the election of Donald Trump. The underlying discourse sort of was brought out into the open. Your father is known as G by the community as he runs Nature's grocery. His name actually is Jihad is that right off? Yes. Shorten it because he felt it might not go over well in this part of the country, you know at the time. I don't think that associate she was being made yet and he probably just wanted people to have the ease of of saying a name quickly just as many immigrants are looking for ways to sort of adapt and and blend in with the community that becomes their new home. But yes, he he his name is is she had and after nine-eleven and how you felt. You know after nine-eleven, there wasn't necessarily a huge shift in in my experience, but for someone my sister was born the day after so for someone like her it really made made a difference in the way that she experienced, you know, the feeling like a part of the town but this one that I really wanted to explore in the film was that we really felt a tremendous amount of love from the people in our town and it was interesting to me to to to talk to our customers are young people in Appomattox about why they voted for someone who was saying anti-immigrant anti-muslim sentiments as part of their campaign and as part of their platform and I think it's important that no matter, you know, who who gets into office in the next election that we sort of make sure we can protect the Muslim girl. America as as as part of as part of the country and I wanted to bring in Julie Cohen, finally the producer of this film who also produced and directed the oscar-nominated film rvg Julie why you got involved with Nadine's film I first of all because my belief in nineteen is a filmmaker but also just the story of her family is so incredible. I mean you hear the sound bites at the beginning and that you were mentioning of Donald Trump's birthday Muslims hate this country mean when you see this film the Navy's family represents in every way so beautifully the American dream and to think that there's this huge misunderstanding at best and you know just really really ugly hatred at worst. It's just feels like it's a massage trained up really need some clearing up and Nadine has done a gorgeous job of doing that and Julie as you did RBG your thoughts today on what is the probable confirmation wage? Vote for Supreme Court nominee Amy, Coney Barrett. We have 15 seconds. Well, you know, it looks like it's happening if there were ever a time that we needed a voice log. To send what Justice Ginsburg so beautifully provided it's now I think you know the with the threat of Rights being peeled back like many of us are concerned after that. They're Yankees 2018 electoral..

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"julie cohen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Bader Ginsburg was a force to be reckoned with. All I asked about brethren. They said. They take their feet off our necks, barely 5 FT. Tall but a liberal giant, only the second female justice named on the Supreme Court serving there for more than a quarter century. Her path to the highest court in the land was not easy. As one of the few women at Harvard Law School she faced discrimination. After graduating from Colombia in the fifties, her tenaciousness in the classroom highlighted in the Oscar nominated documentary on Ginsberg titled RBG produced by journalists Julie Cohen and Betsy West. She was one of nine women in a class of 500. She was tied for first in her class. And the Big New York City law firms just weren't hiring women, not a law firm in the entire city of New York. Did for my employment charging forward, she became a beloved law professor rockers and worked as a lawyer for the O U, She mapped out a legal strategy to file lawsuits against gender bias in employment, housing and government benefits. Man and women are persons of equal dignity and they should count. Equally before the law, You won't settle for putting Susan B. Anthony on the new dollars When they would say things like this. Haven't you respond? Well, never in anger, Mother told that's that would have been self defeating. Always as an opportunity. Teach. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things that tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. She won five landmark cases, which she argued on behalf of women in front of an all male bench long before she sat on it. Ginsberg went on to serve as an appeals court judge in the nation's capital until that life changing nomination by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That announcement may never have happened had it not been for the intense lobbying effort by a staunch feminist, her husband, Marty Ginsburg, and at her confirmation hearing chaired by then Senator Joe Biden, the nominee did not shy away from her feminism spotlighting contentious topics like abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

"Bader Ginsburg was a force to be reckoned with. All I asked about brethren. They said. They take their feet off our necks, barely 5 FT. Tall but a liberal giant, only the second female justice named on the Supreme Court serving there for more than a quarter century. Her path to the highest court in the land was not easy. As one of the few women at Harvard Law School she faced discrimination. After graduating from Colombia in the fifties, her tenaciousness in the classroom highlighted in the Oscar nominated documentary on Ginsberg titled RBG produced by journalists Julie Cohen and Betsy West. She was one of nine women in a class of 500. She was tied for first in her class. And the Big New York City law firms just weren't hiring women, not a law firm in the entire city of New York. Did for my employment charging forward, she became a beloved law professor rockers and worked as a lawyer for the O U, She mapped out a legal strategy to file lawsuits against gender bias in employment, housing and government benefits. Man and women are persons of equal dignity and they should count. Equally before the law, You won't settle for putting Susan B. Anthony on the new dollars When they would say things like this. Haven't you respond? Well, never in anger, Mother told that's that would have been self defeating. Always as an opportunity. Teach. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things that tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. She won five landmark cases, which she argued on behalf of women in front of an all male bench long before she sat on it. Ginsberg went on to serve as an appeals court judge in the nation's capital until that life changing nomination by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That announcement may never have happened had it not been for the intense lobbying effort by a staunch feminist, her husband, Marty Ginsburg, and at her confirmation hearing chaired by then Senator Joe Biden, the nominee did not shy away from her feminism spotlighting contentious topics like abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make

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"julie cohen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A video that featured really the friendship between John McCain and Joe Biden during their time serving together in the Senate. And in the other big guest tonight. That was kind of a last minute surprise. Colin Powell. He endorsed Joe Biden. And this is what Colin Powell had to say. Joe Biden will be a president. We will all be proud to salute. Was Joe Biden in the White House. You will never doubt that he will stand with our friends and stand up to adversaries. Never the other way around. He will trust our diplomats in our intelligence community. Not the flattery of dictators and desperate So those were the notable gas and some of the notable speeches that were given and then and then, really, I think the other Big moment tonight was just taking a look back at the relationship between Joe Biden and his wife, Dr Jill Biden. I think what's that's really going to show the contrast? I don't want to speak about the trumps marriage in any way. But from the outside, it has a very different feel than the marriage between Joe and Jill Biden. I think that they appear to have Maura Va partnership. Mrs. Trump has decided to stay behind the scenes a little bit, but she has a few programs, but Not really a very vocal first lady, where you raising a teenager sonnet all that all that representing the country very well, But she is not very vocal. And I think that we would see that more with Jill Biden, who has had this roller a second lady, so I think they're showing their highlighting the contrast in the relationships that to exist. And, interestingly, you know, we talked about this. I believe it was last night when you have a virtual convention like this. Let's be honest, the Democrats, They have access to some of the best in Hollywood producing things and apparently the directors of the video that featured Dr Jill Biden and took a look back at her relationship with Joe Biden that was directed by Julie Cohen and Betsy West, who were nominated for an Oscar for RBG. So it sounds like Democrats did utilize all the family Hollywood there. But, yeah, that was that was the entertaining music video portion, I think was very effective in good day, sunshine and all the little uplift because we have the night has been a little down with Corona virus, healthcare deaths and all that. The person with Lou Gehrig's disease terribly so uplifting moment. We all deserve that. After two hours coming up in a moment, we're gonna talk to Democratic strategist and founder of the John Lewis Bridge Project. Michael Star Hopkins will join us here on the 2020 votes..

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"julie cohen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"View was longer than the show hi I mean she's really got a lot out of the six minutes girl your level of detail the level of information you squeezed from that seven minutes sponge is pretty amazing and remarkable I don't get how you could talk about things so grim and dark and gnarly and your voice smile on thanks it's about survival okay you know you're out there what's it called again it's called fierce queens okay are you gonna watch another episode is growing up cheetah yeah the next one is called faking it so I gotta figure out what that means well I guess we all we all it's the same in the animal kingdom as it is in human but you go from cute aggression to killing impala I mean really in seven minutes it's quite an adventure it's like the show that's right yeah now don did you did you disappear during the dirt alert I did but I I don't have this I picked an eight minute show and the dirt alert is six months so I I three minutes left he will he do it during the summer okay I'm so excited to tell you guys about the show okay let's take it let's take a break now early break will do Matt bland G. he'll give us all of the all the headlines that's what Lori Julie Cohen Phoebe it's a Phoebe reference for my house and she's dead but planes Jeez anyway I will talk to Matt billion G. and will get the headlines and then don will complete her quit the challenge next one of seven one everything.

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"julie cohen" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on KCRW

"The Academy Awards at Amaro night. The biggest stars in the world will be there. Lady Gaga, Meryl Streep Spike Lee Chadwick bozeman Rami Malik Emily blunt, Vigo Mortenson and Nina totenberg, Nina steals, the show, I might say on the Julie Cohen, Betsy Westfield RPG about supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg nominated for best documentary feature and the correspondent returns any supreme court case into her own red carpet, Nina totenberg joins us now. Thanks so much for being with us, Nina. Thank you, Scott. I don't even know who are the stars. Are they know who you are though? Let's hope more to the point listen, there's so many serious questions raised in this film. So let me ask what are you going to wear? Well, I'm a party girl. So I have evening gowns not dozens, but I've got him. So I got the top four. I brought him downstairs. I put on each one. I actually put my hair up. So my husband would see what it looked like. And he had another friend over then we all agreed on the simplest one black sexy slit up the side. That's it and he tried on his best tuxedos. Also. And we voted on those two. David's going with you. You're going with me, you know, a lot of well-known people. But is there anyone in particular? Your relieve you're really going to be excited to see I would say Meryl Streep. Oh my gosh. Well, I I believe she'll be there. I'm sure she'll be there. She usually is what about names that come to. I mean, George Clooney. Yes. I would love to see George Clooney, but I would like to see Cary Grant. And unfortunately. Well, you might come back for you. There's really no telling do you happen to know, if the Justice will be there, can you tell us she will not be there. And let me say one of the reasons she will not be there is that there's court on Monday. And she's not gonna miss court. She's just back to go to the Oscars. She's gonna miss court to go to the Oscars. I'm cutting class court class to be there if our BG wins will you Dina totenberg get to go to the stage. And thank you producer, your director. Your husband and your agent. I don't have an agent, and no I'm going to be in the rafters so high. I suspect that obvi- lucky if I don't get a nose bleed, Julie and Betsy did a fabulous job with this movie. I had no idea that it would turn out so brilliantly. And it's a hard thing to do to make the supreme court both compelling and make it clear and every screening I've been to of this movie, and there are several ends with a standing. Oh. And they should and will get all the credit if they win and if they don't win they should and will. Get all the credit anyway one day when they make the Nina totenberg story, which by the way will need to be a musical. Who who plays Nina totenberg? Who do you think Scott who do you think I should? Just off the top of my head. I I'd say, Emma stone. Well, I think MS does to go. Sharon. Well, good luck. Not that you needed NPR's Oscar bound, Nina totenberg, thanks so much. Thank you. The music of the economy. He's an actor novelist. In addition to writing and performing his own music his latest album, you will not die as songs trial and redemption set to the sounds of electronic dance music from South Africa, his home country. Joins us from London. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you so much you I came London Krisher felt you had to flee South Africa. Well, that's the myth thus the myth.

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"julie cohen" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on KCRW

"To be an American. NPR's? Mandalit del Barco reports that biographical docs, have grown in popularity along with budgets and prophets. Here's what's up with docs. They're doing great at the box office that really impresses producer Sheila Nevins who ran HBO documentary films for thirty six years, and it's considered one of the most influential people in the business. It was a real hot year for films making money. I mean money money document when I say films, doc doc is making meal money and doctors got very hot free solo the story of Alex Hans climbed to the peak of Yosemite. El capitan without ropes is still climbing at the box office, so far it's almost sixteen million dollars box office. Mojo ranks in the top twenty most profitable documentaries. The National Geographic film is a front runner for the documentary feature. Oskar so is our BG a portrait of supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg copy. I am. And everyone wants to take a picture with. Torius. Here. RPG has earned fourteen million dollars at the box office, putting it in the top twenty five highest earning docs, category directors. Julie Cohen and Betsy west both former TV journalists documentaries as a counter narrative to the quick short media world of Twitter and social media people. Actually, it turns out well sit down for an hour and a half and really get engrossed in a true story film. We're very excited about that. Especially the opportunity to tell stories that really have been ignored over the years. Our BG is also competing for an Oscar against minding the gap. In HALE county, this morning this evening, and fathers and sons, it's an undeniable golden age for documentary filmmaking right now, Tom powers is host of the podcast pure nonfiction. He's also a programmer for the Toronto international film festival for a long time. There was a bit of a stigma around documentaries that you know, it was going to be educational. It was going to be a bummer was definitely not going to be. A date night movie. Power says all that has changed especially with streaming platforms like Netflix, and I tunes making documentaries more accessible powers watches as many as five hundred documentaries a year. He says the popularity has spurred streaming services to fund documentaries like never before that ability to reach such a large audience is a dream for most filmmakers. However, you another big dream for most filmmakers is to see their work on a big screen not to be watched on someone's smartphone during a commute for one week in March the giant screened. I max theaters will present Apollo eleven new documentary about the historic nineteen sixty nine moon.

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"julie cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I am eighty four years old and everyone wants to take a picture with. Jay. RPG has earned fourteen million dollars at the box office, putting it in the top twenty five highest earning docs, category directors. Julie Cohen and Betsy west both former TV journalist, see documentaries as a counter narrative to the quick short media world of Twitter and social media people. Actually, it turns out well, sit down for an hour and a half and really get engrossed in a true story film where very excited about that. Especially the opportunity to tell stories that really have been ignored over the years. RV g is also competing for an Oscar against minding the gap. In HALE county, this morning this evening, and fathers and sons, it's an undeniable golden age for documentary filmmaking right now, Tom powers is host of the podcast pure nonfiction. He's also a programmer for the Toronto international film festival for a long time. There was a bit of a stigma around documentaries that you know, it was going to be educational or it was going to be a bummer was definitely not going to be a date. Late night movie. Power says all that has changed especially with streaming platforms like Netflix and itunes, making documentaries more accessible powers watches as many as five hundred documentaries a year. He says the popularity has spurred streaming services to fund documentaries like never before that ability to reach such a large audience is a dream for most filmmakers. However, another big dream foremost. Filmmakers is to see their work on a big screen not to be watched on someone's smartphone during the commute for one week in March the giant screened. I max theaters will present Apollo eleven new documentary about the historic nineteen sixty nine moon landing. Landing over. Nasa.

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"julie cohen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Am eighty four years old and everyone wants to take a picture with Tori. Torius here RPG has earned fourteen million dollars at the box office, putting it in the top twenty five highest earning docs, category directors. Julie Cohen and Betsy west both former TV journalists, see documentaries as a counter narrative to the quick short media world of Twitter and social media people actually turns out well, sit down for an hour and a half and really get engrossed in a true story film. We're very excited about that. Especially the opportunity to tell stories that really have been ignored over the years. Our BG is also competing for an Oscar against minding the gap. In HALE county, this morning this evening, and fathers and sons, it's an undeniable golden age for documentary filmmaking right now, Tom powers is host of the podcast pure nonfiction. He's also a programmer for the Toronto international film festival for a long time. There was a bit of a stigma around documentaries that you know, it was going to be educational. It was going to be. Bummer was definitely not going to be a date night movie. Power says all that has changed especially with streaming platforms like Netflix, and I tunes making documentaries more accessible powers watches as many as five hundred documentaries a year. He says the popularity has spurred streaming services to fund documentaries like never before that ability to reach such a large audience is a dream for most filmmakers. However, you another big dream for most filmmakers is to see their work on a big screen not.

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"julie cohen" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Years. And everyone wants to take a picture with. Torius Hardaway J RPG has earned fourteen million dollars at the box office putting it in the top twenty five highest earning docs, category directors. Julie Cohen and Betsy west both former TV journalists documentaries as a counter narrative to the quick short media world of Twitter and social media people. Actually, it turns out will sit down for an hour and a half and really get engrossed in a true story film. We're very excited about that. Especially the opportunity to tell stories that really have been ignored over the years. Our BG is also competing for an Oscar against minding the gap. In HALE county, this morning this evening, and fathers and sons gets an undeniable golden age for documentary filmmaking right now, Tom powers is host of the podcast pure nonfiction. He's also a programmer for the Toronto international film festival for a long time. There was a bit of a stigma around documentaries that you know, is going to be educational. It was going to be a bummer was definitely not going to be a date night movie. Power says all that has changed especially with streaming platforms like Netflix, and I tunes making documentaries more accessible powers watches as many as five hundred documentaries a year. He says the popularity has spurred streaming services to fund documentaries like never before that ability to reach such a large audience is a dream for most filmmakers. However, you another big dream foremost. Filmmakers is to see their work on a big screen not to be watched on someone's smartphone during a commute for one week in March the giant screen. I max theaters will present Apollo eleven and new documentary.

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"julie cohen" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:28 min | 3 years ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Thirty four after the hour on the DJ V program. Welcome in. I'm Doug Stephan. Bringing you the best of Jennifer horn, Victoria, Keven kerosene army. The best of like some of these lazy hosts who have recorded things. And it's the best of this guy in the best of that woman in the best of now. Now, this is us we're here in your ear in your head and in your face, depending on who it is. It's presenting and Victoria candidates here. So this maybe in your face, ladies why? Geez. Nice. Yeah. You're tough cookie. All right anyway, next so trending story. Hollywood. Let's talk about Hollywood three dozen Hollywood Allister's from Bradley Cooper to Quincy Jones have all sent a get well card to Ruth, Bader Ginsburg. And this is of course, she's missed over a month now of supreme court arguments, she's recovering still from the lung cancer surgery that she had in December. She's only been seen in public once or twice, and she's obviously keeping a low profile, and she's apparently, according to her assistant. She has been keeping up with the supreme court cases, she's reading all the briefs in her private time. But she still not really back to the fighting form that she was in. And so all of these celebrities got together to send her a message of get well soon and Steven Spielberg and lady Gaga, and Spike Lee, Glenn Close and the list goes on and on and on with all of their well wisher. Che's? And this was actually started by Barry Jenkins who is the director of the movie Rb g which is the. The now argh is not the RPG was the documentary and the movie was called. Sex sex. So that actually he he's the one who started this this chain of of well wishes and also the Julie Cohen and Betsy west who are the two filmmakers who did the documentary RPG they are involved in this as well. And so the card basically said after Justice Ginsberg's or the statement that they made after her surgery in December pretty much every actor filmmaker we met would ask us to pass on their personal good wishes to her this is according to the two filmmakers of Rb G. And they said, we know RPG is a huge movie buff from big Hollywood epics too small indie film. So we thought she'd get a kick out of a get well card from some of the biggest names in the film world and RPG is actually up for best documentary at the Oscars on the twenty fourth of February. All right, either people in the news William bar. You're remember him because he was up for confirmation for the Senate, and he has been confirmed. He's going to be the next attorney general of the United States the upper chamber this week voted to advance his nomination for a final vote and pretty much. It's the usual party line thing. Three Democrats voted in favor of moving it forward. One Republican voted against it. I thought that was kind of interesting. No, no, no. Is always Rogin very consistent. That's why I don't think anybody gets too angry at him. I thought the most interesting thing, obviously, you expect Joe Manchin and Doug Jones to vote for William buyer. Doug Jones is the Senator from Jeff Sessions old seat in Alabama. And Joe Manchin is from West Virginia another very red state where he's a democratic Senator. But the one that's apprised me is the newly elected Kristen cinema who's been getting a lot of attention from Arizona. She voted to confirm him. This is someone who was considered to be a pretty far left center for the Senate because the Senate tends to bring in more moderates, moderate, Democrats, moderate Republicans at least. In theory. And so she was expected to be more on the fringe. But because I guess, you know, she's representing Arizona, which is a purple state. She decided to devote with William Beaufort. All right. So what does he bring to the table? He has been examined. He criticized Muller. He was in this position before when George H W was president in the ninety s he worked for Reagan. So there's nothing I mean, he's not going to be unpredictable is he he knows how to do the job. And while he criticized some of the broad scope of the Muller investigation on a personal level. He and his wife are best friends with Muller and his wife. So he also had some really kind things to say about Robert Muller that actually say a lot of conservatives are like why are we picking him if he's going to be? But when you listen to his answers, if you're being honest, this is a guy out of central casting. He gave every answer straight out of the book of independence that you would want when he was talking with these senators. And so it just shows you where we are politically. Because literally every answer was what you'd want to hear from someone who's gonna lead your department of Justice, and and he gave them. So I think it'll be a good pick obviously want someone independent. You don't want someone who's beholden to the president. You want someone who is going to be to to be independent minded? And that's what he seems to be. So he starts his job. Today's all sworn in. All right. Let's see. Let's let's let's see let's understand. What else the Senate has been doing this week? They passed a major public land's package six hundred sixty two pages. Here's another one of these was the Bill for the wall eleven hundred pages so hundred these there are this the public land's package biggest one to be in focus in ten years hundred pieces of legislation that will have impact in every single state in the country create. Dating a million acres of protected wilderness. Expanding some of the national parks, creating four national monuments the most influential parts of this Bill will permanently authorized program. It puts funds raised from offshore drilling toward conservation. Pretty good idea. Lawmakers have approved the package in the Senate ninety two to eight that's pretty nice that we can agree on one thing. Yeah. Right. Yeah. So anyway, Lisa Murkowski said she wanted to senators when you take a package over one hundred bills from fifty different senators over ninety who have signed on as co sponsors that does demonstrate something the Senate always gets along better than the house does because there are fewer people there, and it has a different flavor to it different aroma a different approach. I think two things tend to get things done a little better than the house does. All right. Let's see what else. Oh, okay. You're ready ready actually, two things here that have drawn my attention. One of them is this group of lawmakers. Introducing a Bill that bans oil and gas drilling in the Arctic national wildlife refuge, where drillings been going on for a long time. That's where oil shale began. I remember seeing it firsthand when I rode a helicopter like a buck. Bronco during a June storm in nineteen ninety four it was seventeen below zero June fourteenth. I remember like as yesterday flying into the face of the eight of us, eight radio host who are invited to go up there by the interior department and we walked around, and I said, what's all this stuff? the sand was sticky. So I said to the fellow who was leading the group. I said what is that? He says something new called oil-shale since then how many millions of barrels of oil have come from the process that was being created then to get the oil out of the sand because what happens in those places the oil comes to the surface. There's so much of it it just it just pours out and gets onto their in this case, lots of sand and rocks and stuff. So they figured out how to get a they've they've got a system that sucks. The oil out of the sand. That was pretty interesting. But now, apparently the drilling rights out there four hundred thousand acres. Are up for either release or new release? And the law says the interior department has to hold to drilling rights auctions. Within the next decade. One of the congressmen sponsoring the Bill is Jared Huffman said the Arctic refuge was one of the last great expanses of untouched wilderness. Well, he doesn't he's not I've been up there. It is not touched at all. Stuff all over the place with your company's been up there for thirty five forty years. But this is a new area that they want to open up. He also said the provision about drilling rights leases passed because it was jammed into a large tax Bill. Here we go again. Here we go again in the why why drilling in the Arctic had anything to do with the tax Bill is. But that's just the kind of shove in no one knows how this is called the Anwar region. A lot of wildlife up there caribou. But you know, the thing that at least as far as the caribou and the polar bears are concerned when you look at the oil pipeline in Alaska, which is something I also saw on that trip. It actually has enhanced their life the caribou much healthier because they live under the pipeline. And the warmth of the oil they keep the oil heated to about seventy five eighty degrees. So will flow more smoothly through the pipeline. And so on. Under the pipeline. It's warm these grass growing all kinds of it's like summertime for the animals up there. So the only thing they have to look out for these moron hunters, they go up there most of them drunk, and they start shooting at the caribou, and they missed the care when they shoot holes in the pipeline. So there's always there's always a leak in the pipeline because they can't guard fourteen hundred miles of pipeline. So these numskulls go up there after they're all liquor it up and they start shooting, and they missed the caribou, and they shoot holes in the side of the pipeline. It's. Actually, pretty crazy reality. Anyway, that's the story on drilling in a moment. What's going on in Denver? That's up next here on the D J V program. Hello. This is Kerry hall, America's healthcare advocate with your health tip of the week gum disease gum disease that his infection of tissues had surrounded support. Your teeth is a major cause of tooth loss in adults because gum disease is usually painless. You may not even know you have it also referred to as period. Don was he's gum disease is caused by plaque. You know that sticky film of bacteria, that's constantly forming on your teeth. Here's some warning signs you need to know they can signal you may have a problem gums bleed easily read or swollen tender gums gums have pulled away from the teeth persistent, bad breath or bad taste, permanent teeth that are loose or separating any change in the way your teeth fit together when you buy or any change in the fit of parcels or dentures. These are all signals that you may have a problem, and it may be gum disease. So if you've got any of these issues, are you think you have them go, see your dentist? Now, if you suspect you have gum disease because the sooner you treat it the better..

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"julie cohen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on KOMO

"Time now six fifty six supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is a big movie fan and a lot of Hollywood stars are big fans of hers or than a few of them signed a bell cart for Ginsburg. She's been laid up after recovering from lung cancer surgery in December among the three dozen list or signing the cards. Steven Spielberg, Spike, Lee, lady Gaga, Glenn Close. The card was the idea of Julie Cohen and Betsy west who made RGB Ginsburg documentary, which is up for an Oscar our KOMO consumer tip of the day is brought to you by BBC. You not for profit credit union opened everyone who lives in Washington. Check them out at BBC dot org. Here's herb Weisbaum. It's still early in the tax season. But so far the average tax refund is smaller than last year about eight and a half percent less which is coming as a big surprise to many people. But that's not the entire story as bankratEcom chief financial analysts. Greg McBride explains a smaller tax refund doesn't mean that you paid more in taxes this year, the withholding tables were adjusted south reality of it is you got a lot of that refund sprinkled throughout. Two thousand eighteen on all of your paychecks. Mcbride reminds us that withholding too much in order to get a big refund is not smart, financial planning. Ideally, you don't want to get a big refund because you've given an interest free loan to the government you'd either like to get a small refund or even pay a small amount. And instead get your money throughout the year with each and every paycheck, if you're afraid you're gonna fritter that money away. Instead, if it's in your paychecks throughout the year, and you absolutely have to have that big refund than at least put it to productive use use that windfall to pay down debt to boost your savings or to make a retirement contribution more about this in the consumer section of KOMO news dot com. Herb weisbaum. Komo news. It's.

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"julie cohen" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"julie cohen" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Green nashville. From the Sundance film festival in Park City, Utah, this is democracy. Now voting rights is the foundation the bedrock of how democracy works. It's how we make our voices heard in our communities and in Georgia and around the country that democracies failing. As Democrats pick Stacey Abrams to respond to President Trump's state of the union address. We'll speak with the former Georgia gubernatorial candidate about voting rights, the rise of female, lawmakers Trump's military trans ban and more that is a documentary about the women's March premiers here at Sundance we air a dialogue addressing accusations of antisemitism within the movement. We don't attack Trump directly into Meco was individual telling you that she didn't show up to the women's March because of one man just like we don't answer from innocent. Farrakhan, we show up to fight racism, anti black racism, xenophobia, homophobia, transphobia, Slama, phobia, misogyny, patriarchy anti-semitism because after Donald Trump is out of office. There will still be all those things. We'll hear from women's March co-chairs, Linda, sir sore and to make a Mallory as well as Nancy Kaufmann head of the national council of Jewish women. Then we'll speak to Julie Cohen, the director of the Academy Award nominated documentary or BG about the supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, as well as actress and activist Tessa the Thompson. In the last decade, literally last decade ten years of filmmaking that the top one hundred films only four percent of those films have been directed by women. So in response to that times up is initiated something called the four percent challenge. Asking people to pledge to work with the female director and the next eighteen months. All that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy.

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