21 Burst results for "K. Ricki"

"k. ricki" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:50 min | 6 months ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"And we're back with Ricky Lake and Abby Epstein discussing their documentary, the business of birth control. Interestingly enough, I asked a few women in my life who are, in fact, on birth control, if they were aware of this, and they both said, no, they didn't think that there was any link whatsoever that all their contraceptive was doing was ensuring that they did not get pregnant and the side effects were no connection whatsoever to mental health. Right. You just do not get the time with your care provider for all of the reasons. There's just not enough hours in the day to really sit down and go through the pros and cons and make an informed choice when it comes to this. For me, I remember going to my gyno for my past year once a year and there'd be a stack of free pills they'd offer to me because the latest drug or the latest patent, they'd just be giving them away and it looks like candy, it seems so easy and like Abby said innocuous. But if you knew that this could have the potential to make you feel this way, it really might change someone's mind and there are options that might be more amenable. They just knew. That's what we're hoping to accomplish with this film is just education. Unfortunately, Gabe, we have a lot of conditions right now like endometriosis that affects one in ten women, PCOS, polycystic ovary syndrome, fibroids. We have a lot of issues that affect millions of women for which there is no cure and no treatment and no research. For those women going on hormonal birth control is a life saver. It is like literally the only thing that gets them out of their pain. Although ultimately, what we explained in the film is that it's just a symptom suppression, right? So the second you go off, your PCOS, your endometriosis. I mean, it's back. Back with a vengeance, unfortunately. Like Ricky's saying, it's kind of like, there's two kinds of patients here, right? There's somebody who might say, you know what? I'm willing to take the risk of having depression or low libido or a migraine. I'm willing to take that risk because I really need these drugs. This is essential for my functioning and my reproductive health because my endometriosis is so bad. But then there's the other, the healthy patient who doesn't have these issues, who is just looking for contraception, that's where it's not about only having like 5 minutes with your o-b-gyn. It's really about the fact that they don't actually believe you see there's no study. If you talk and say, well, I think this pills made me gain weight, or I actually think that I feel off. They will counter that. They will say, well, studies show the pill does not cause weight gain. And do you know why? Because there's never been a double blind placebo controlled study because you can't do them. All they can basically say is, oh, okay, well, that one doesn't suit you. Let's try different brands. There's hundreds of pills on the market. We'll find one that works with your body. That's typically the kind of answer you would get. There's also a big disconnect in women's health. What are the actual side effects? And from a psychological standpoint, this is your doctor. You say all they can do is prescribe a different pill and there's hundreds of pills. That they in that statement is your trusted physician who is taking care of you making you healthy. It's very, very reasonable to believe what they say, doesn't that complicate the issue dramatically because somebody watching the documentary is going to think, okay, you're making sense. And then they talk to their doctor and I'm not trying to throw doctors on the bus. I'm really, really not, but these one on one conversations are quick and they're like, no, no, I'll just give you another one. And then the person has to decide if they want to listen to the documentary or their doctor, that has to make your role as an advocate extraordinarily challenging. The bottom line is each woman has to advocate for herself. I went on it without even questioning. It's my doctor telling me what I should do. Okay, I'm going to do it. Okay, you know, Ricky and I have been up against this before, right? Because our first movie together, the business of being born was a little bit of the same thing. We were going again in some ways, we were questioning, we were pushing back on the way childbirth is managed in America. And I think that like Ricky said, this is the age we're at. We are in an age where you have to advocate and you have to do your own research. And I don't think that this kind of, I will call it a sort of a patriarchal relationship with the physician. They have all the power and whatever they say is the bottom line and you just listen and you just do as you're told and you trust every word out of their mouth. That doesn't work anymore. Especially in women's health, because the research just isn't there, women's health is in a dismal dismal state in this country. If you look at childbirth statistics, if you look at birth control, if you look at menopause, if you look at the hysterectomies that we do in this country, especially when it comes to women's health, women need to do your research. You need to look for alternatives. Now there's.

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"k. ricki" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

06:46 min | 6 months ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"That was one of the things that's really just basic to this. Who tells a 14 or 15 year old girl who, let's say, is going on the pill because of period cramps or acne or there's a million reasons to get put on the pill now. Way beyond birth control, right? Who sits down with that 15 year old girl and says, you know, you might feel like some mood swings or if you feel some depression or there's no warning about any of these subtle changes that can happen. And you'll hear this all the time from women. It's like they didn't realize what the pill was doing to them until they got off of it. And then all of a sudden they got off of it and they were like, wow, I feel so great now. There's something about these drugs like, yes, they're so pervasive and they've been described as like so innocuous and you can get it over the counter now, but nobody really understands what they're actually doing and how they work. There's a concept in philosophy and psychology for that matter. No good deed goes unpunished. And I just have to wonder because reproductive rights are constantly under attack. Is there any concern that misogynists? I mean, let's just be honest that misogynists will use your film to further stigmatize birth control or use it to restrict access to birth control. Meaning conservatives, right? Yeah. I'm trying to be polite, but yes, we see this. So the year saying that the pro life movement, you're saying, I mean, I don't know if there's like a fear of, I mean, I am coming from the place of wanting to really start this conversation and go deep. And yes, it's complicated because it is challenging something that has made so many advances for women. We want the pill to be on the market and available, but we want women to have the information to understand what exactly it's doing to their bodies. It really be able to baseline their own emotional and mental health while these drugs. So it's really about an education. And that's the same thing with our previous film, the business of being born. It's about empowering women with the information to make an informed choice because really there is no informed consent today. And what we're saying Gabe is it's next wave feminism. It's the opposite of conservative. We're saying, yes, women need access to all these reproductive health options. Options to manage their fertility, better menstrual cycle health, we're saying we want more and better where I think that if a more conservative or anti birth control anti access group tried to hijack our message, they really can't because they're just against contraceptive access. I mean, they're just, again, any kind of choice and we're the opposite. We're saying not only do we want more birth control. We just want better birth control. We just want birth control that women can actually take, or maybe even men can take. Let's get crazy. You know, that doesn't have this four page pamphlet of side effects. It's time for some innovation now and women are just not heard. They're just not heard on how frustrated most women have been throughout their lives, trying to find the right kind of contraception. I so appreciate you saying that the goal isn't to remove anything or restrict anything, but to provide education for what is already out there and push forward research into getting even better. I mean, none of us are using the same cell phones that we use even 5 years ago, yet I believe you made the point. We're using the same birth control from 60 years ago. One of the very interesting things that I learned from the two of you was that there was a study talking about how adolescents who take the pill are at an 80% increased risk of depression. That's very alarming, especially with what we know about the suicide rate in adolescence. Listen, I'm a mental health advocate. I'm the host of the show. This is my entire job. I did not know that. I was completely unaware of a risk for young women in the field of which I profess to be an expert. That is startling to me. Wow. What can we do to get this out there? Because again, I'm well intentioned, but clearly clearly I am ill informed. You're not the only one. I mean, my mother's been practicing clinical psychologists for 40 years. And only since we made the movie as she now connecting certain patients that put in an IUD and then started to have the anxiety and mood disorder increase. And now she is screening for that. I mean, I think the whole field of psychology. We really hope this movie gets screened. So at psychology conventions, all psychologists read doctor hill's book, this is your brain on birth control because it's shocking, right? Like how could you not know that and how could the women who are taking the pills themselves not understand the risk of depression and just so you know doctor light a guard, the Danish Doctor Who did that study that you're referring to, he also did a study on suicide that showed a similar link between certain types of oral contraceptives and suicide. And these are very good studies because when Danish studies, they track everybody through their health system. So this is looking at over a million women and tracking prescriptions and tracking prescriptions for the pill prescriptions for antidepressants, the hospitalizations for suicide attempts. It's pretty clinical, it's very shocking in this day and age. And especially with people waking up to mental health issues in general, that this is not more front and center. But I think that even when that study came out, there was a bit of pushback from the medical establishment.

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"k. ricki" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Value on this matter dumped on roblat. Kobe not even him. That's excellent number. One was the best selling book all time. But i mean you could wallpaper your house with them. Now there's so many right marble bans. That's right through a skylight spiderman. Over here is one of the gangsters. Lewis satellite insider and how original i know what nixon about me saying that there is one of the gangs through say that there is a big hit plans for the next day. Suddenly spiderman spider sense spider sense. Wonderman will not having a psychosomatic great. That's good for him so. His spider sense tingles team. Take a lindsey. Are we trying to spider says bill not all the blood rushing back to where in here startled. When the black widow while we tingles. And then the blackwood up on him. It is time to make their moves. She says and she and spider man attack members to peter tingle remember living And attack although they are only two against many they systematically knocked the gangsters out in a pitched battle unfortunately the gangs overseer cricket. How bad the afc you be of your names cooking. I from what i hear. You can only hear his voice from a certain distance. Get out out right now sir Cricket decides to cut his losses in throws a lit cigarette later into a powell of explosives. Stroud who's who's at the door shoved a warning and then they're tremendous explosion obliterates. The warehouse ricki ricki creek. Thank you chad. Cricket tells his show first sammy to step on it when strap on the bill judge when drought tries to stop cricket. The gangster shoots him with a gun concealed in his leave crooked insanely then load. The unconscious stroud into the trunk of their corn. Drive away what the guy if you shoot them. Crooked crooked informs his boss on the call on the car phone that he has destroyed spiderman in the black widow crickets news is premature however for inside the warehouse spiderman in the widow remain alive in a protective ball of webbing. Ca that that web shooters good for something spiderman spun the cocoon at the last possible. Instant the winner was stunned and as the flame flames get hotter spiderman carries her from the burning building. The night air soon revives. Her spiderman finds one of the surviving gangsters. Trout gonna me. I'm sorry because of who the boss's i dunno. He wanted them to name themselves after animals. Because you don't wanna feel like the you know. Take your body with the hide the body. I guess evidence lincoln chunkier car like you leave the body where it is you those of it where it is. Burn your clothes where you are. Don't go or we're at the waterfront. I mean it's like it's new york. Yeah it's new york. How many bodies already floatin that river. They'll never be able to tell which was which on happening is off tap tap ahead on any goes i mean. I don't think they had time for that. But yeah from the always have time it. Your profession knows it. These guys amateurs is. If you want to do a proper break-up we'll tell fire says do they take the time out So yes trout but before he can revive yes. Spiderman finds trout up before he can revive him. The question him the widow thinking stroud was killed runs towards the warehouse. Spiderman stops her saying that stroud was not in the building when it went up when the widow finds a pool of blood in the streets. She realizes that stroud was taken hostage. Then spiderman exactly Spiderman says he has an idea spiderman in the widow soon. Carry trout at the top of the brooklyn bridge.

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"k. ricki" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"It's the audio Archives of Fox News Talk. It's an Independence Day edition of the best of the guidance and show our guest is Kelly Sullivan Walden. We're talking about dreams because we got into this earlier in the week. She is a dream expert. She's been dubbed Dr Dream. So before the break, I asked the question, sleep, walking and sleep. Talking. Are these outgrowths of dreams or are they unrelated? What is your answer, Kelly? Yeah, they well, it's it's an abnormality, and it's actually a dysfunction. It's not something we're supposed to be able to do, because it's dangerous. And, um, and it is often it's definitely related to dreams. So if somebody sleepwalking or sleep talking and you're able to gently communicate with them They will bring you into the dream slash sort of hallucination that they're having at that time, and it's usually pretty intense that that pulls them up and out, but normally If we're functioning the way we're supposed to we go our body. Our physical ability goes off line. We're not supposed to be able to move our bodies. So if somebody is listening to this, and there's somebody who does walk and talk in their sleep It's important and from my perspective to get some help with that, because we can really hurt ourselves. I mean, there's been many stories of people that actually got in their car and drove and got an accident. Got arrested in the next morning had no idea that they were why they were in jail. And why, you know, maybe they hurt somebody. So I mean, even Ricki Lake. I was on her show, and she had Take an Ambien in the night, and she started a match dot com profile, even though at the time she was buried and got a lot of trouble with her then husband. Wow, is that you wake up, and that's when the nightmare starts because you're like what has just happened. Okay, So here's the first one. And this is the one that I have had, by far the most in terms of dreams.

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"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"Yeah i just. Don't i don't i honestly. I don't know if impacts how you tell your stories or if it's your life experience because of your you know because of your gender you know so as a woman growing up by was formed and shaped in a certain way and therefore the way i tell stories is the way i just don't like to have it be about gender quite honestly yeah and then in terms of the stories that you choose that you gravitate toward Tour does it. Is it like you know. i wanna tell more. Women's stories or is now it's actually been the opposite. I would say my first film about a wrongfully convicted african american man in winston salem north carolina Mostly man. and you know there was a woman reporter who broke broke some zoom profound stuff. But you know. I would say and then like we did a film about knuckleball pitchers. All men I did a film called in my father's house about a rapper in chicago in his homeless father. Lots of male driven masculine kinds of stories I actually sorta shy. I think i wasn't that interested in women's stories quite honestly i. I don't know why because rain washed by the patriarchy navy. Maybe i was directed because it was john. I'm just attracted to the individuals individuals in great stories. Yeah great well. Everyone can find Surviving death on net flicks can look up your other What will your. Your website is breakthrough yet. It's spelled g. wanna spell. it is and i'm gonna put it on this show notes. Well okay. it's its breakthrough but through his t h. Are you how. I spell it on my texts with a slam And then are you a social media. person should follow. Can we find really. You're seeing a hidden people. People are people are following. My which. I don't even know or whatever my twitter and unlike people never gonna post okay. We'll get to know. I'll still tag you you never know and i'm really appreciate it was so great to quote unquote meet you and thank you for all of your great work and i hope i'm looking forward to whatever you do next. Oh thank you so much was it was fun to talk with you and Yeah and good luck on your on all the work. You're doing these object thank you..

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"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"I knew michael dorian The he was the son of john dory and I how i mean have gone there. Yes did i go there at that crowd no but A little bit older than he was in. That crowd was younger anyway but So that was what attracted me to that story in particular. I was like new york in the eighties group in their the eighties. And i knew robert chambers and so part of what was satellites. Sorry i just what. What is your perception of back fan. Before all that happened he was just quiet. He was a quiet kind of tall. Maybe a little bit brooding. He was probably sad in person. I i would say But a lot of the guys. I knew he hung out with. Were kind of dark. You know they were going through there was they. Were troubled were a lot of drugs. They didn't come from families that were necessarily stable and and this isn't an excuse for what he did at all. I'm just telling you what my impressions of him were and we hung out pretty soon as friends with a group of friends pretty regularly. I pretty much. I can't quite remember much. You know because he was very quiet but the access we had in the series was based on people that i grew up with an anne as well had gone to college with his high school girlfriend. So who went on to be an actor right. Yes i kind of deep dive on her a little bit after. Yeah yeah yes exactly. So and then survived differences. Similar like we. We were very interested in having giving the women and going and meeting the women and talking to them about their experience with joan. If you want me talk about joan. Joan is interesting because we had just done. The devil came on horseback. Which was serious and you know again based on this one young former. Us marine captain. Who had been indoor four. And i was talking to my mother. Who was who was friends with joan rivers and said you know you really should spend time with her. She's just like people she really..

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"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"We were on the phone with survivors and sometimes their lawyers and sometimes friends who represented them just talking to a range of women Before we interviewed them. And i think you know we just established from the beginning. This is your story. We just want to help you get it out there. We want to facilitate. We wanna capture it. You know as honestly and profoundly as we can and you are in charge. You're in charge. You say no will ask questions in or you can set boundaries before we even do the interview. Don't ask me about this. And i think that was liberating not just to them. But for us to say we're on the same page. You know enroll in this together. And if i ask you a question two rar too hard for you to raf It's not because you know it. Just let's move on. Let's know that we're doing this together. To to represent the the most accurate and story and again the the reason these women wanted to share their stories. There's a range of reasons but generally they wanted to either make sure that other young people found themselves vulnerable in in situations similar to theirs wouldn't be subjected to such sexual the sexual abuse that they found themselves subjected to They would know what a grooming means. They would understand the their own vulnerabilities and they also wanted to make sure that the the truth was out there. Because for so long you. Jeffrey epstein in in maxwell got away with a lot and many people covered for them in enabled them so this because he had killed himself when we started filming Jeff killed himself. You know this game in opportunity to say what Weren't going to have a chance to say in the court of law in now ultimately who knows what will happen with glenn maxwell will be a trial some of these women not all of them were abused by her but some of them were and they might have that opportunity to make it public You know in the case. God i hope so i mean. Look your your filmmaker. But you're also a human being. And i know for myself. I'm not the best compartmentalize earlier when you do something like this. Like how do you stay. Sane. and not just like. I don't know fold like a into a heap of like rage or depression because it's just watching it. How how do. I even wrap my brain around this. It's funny. I always like you know years ago anne and i did a film called Or horseback which is about this the genocide in darfur in sudan and the images. Were just terrific in the stories in an you know people would say. Oh gosh or we did the boston marathon documentary for. Hbo would say you go to sleep at night. Had i know you know. I'm i'm i can handle this and then i realized. Oh that's right during my darfur documentary shooting that Editing at basically dreamed of bombs dropping.

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"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"Arnold yep she you know look. I'm sure you encountered a million stories. So i guess the broader question. You know stephanie. Had this wild story where she sort of foresaw her death. She had placenta previa when she was pregnant. And basically thought you know this is going to end badly for me. And nobody believed or they all thought she was crazy including her husband and she basically did die for thirty seven seconds and experienced. What so many people report when they have those experiences and then sort of retroactively discovered. I think that she had these sort of medium powers or at least the Six cents or whatever you wanna call it. How did you decide. And she was a great storyteller i understand. She was a producer before. How did you decide what stories to include In in this series was really important that the people felt authentic and that they again weren't seeking attention by you know having near the death experience than just But that in telling of the story and sharing their story came from a very deep emotional place that it was it was important for them to share their story because they wanted others to know that they weren't alone that they weren't crazy that they had had similar kinds of experiences. And that's felt genuine to me. Both in stephanie. Arnold and dr. Mary neil who's the the surgeon who is kept under water for more than thirty minutes when when she was kayaking..

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"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"But not on my model so my question is to my listeners. Since i can't seem to figure this out online is there a way for me to watch apple plus on my old devices. is there other than buying the apple. Tv box is there like a fire. Stick or some kind of work around that. I could do 'cause. I really hate watching shows on my computer. I really like watching them on the big screen. So i ask you audience. Please let me know if there's something. I'm missing so today on the podcast. I'm excited to have ricki stern. So ricky is a very prolific director who is heard about way back. I guess about a year or two ago. When i had an elliott goldberg on the podcast talking about the preppie murder series for amc and Ricky directed that and and i've been following her work longer than i knew. Actually she She's right now. Has an incredible series on netflix. Call surviving death. Which i really enjoyed and we really dig into that mostly but we also talk about the amc series and surviving. Jeffrey epstein for lifetime which she also directed and m one of my favorite documentaries ever that that ricky directed About joan rivers called a piece of work Ricky is a manhattan i. She reminded me of me. Homesick for new york. And the pandemic We really get into a lot of sort of the filmmaking in this latest netflix series. And of course. I ask her about her own beliefs because life after death is some some serious business Not for the not for the faint of heart. But if you're interested in in any of that a highly recommended on net flex now so hope you enjoy my chat with ricky. Hi ricky welcome to the podcast. Hi thank you so much for having me. I'm so happy that you're here. I always start my podcast by saying how i met my guests so we're only just meeting each other but we were introduced by elliott goldberg. Who is a good friend of mine. And i know he's been talking about you since the preppy killer Documentary that you did for amc. And he actually came on my pod a to talk about it way back and had high praise for you and and anti. Who's your director yes can it. It's the preppie murder the murder. Yes oh my god. You know what i was reading from. I cut and pasted from your website and run it's ripe but i'm looking at preppy killer in quotes and then the next line is quote unquote preppie murder. So yes i stand corrected. I'm sorry the preppie murder death in central park was the name of the doc is still available for people to see if they haven't seen it right. Yes it's a series on. Amc on sundance on the sundance channel on amc. Great well definitely want to talk about that a little later. But i'm excited to talk to you about your latest work which is surviving death on netflix. It's a six part series. As i said in my intro really i was look. I'm definitely a captive audience on this one because this is something that i've always been interested in. I did a series with the medium years ago and have always been a believer However i was not a believer in reincarnation until i saw your series so before we get into the deep dive on it i would love to hear Was this your creation. Were you a gun for hire direct. Like how did it come to you. So the series is based on a book called surviving death. Same name by leslie. Cain who is a an investigative journalist who i've known for years and who had written a book about ufo's that Anti my phone partner in..

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"k. ricki" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"Were allowed to just sort of be there with them and be truthful and that is what really inspired me as a filmmaker than you know sort of as i get older. I'm very interested in visual ways to tell stories when you don't have the whole verite story there when you can't spend hundreds of hours filming with someone you help. How do i. Visually like create. The the feeling. And i think that was a lot of what was fun about surviving. Death is. I got to really be creative with visuals and music and tone And and so and then over the years also working with great people working with great. Dp's and music people in Lighting people I've learned from them to You know ways in which we can get more. I do encourage i think. Filmmakers documentary filmmakers. They you should know what lenses you like. You should know about equipment. You don't necessarily have to be able to shoot but like it's helpful because then you can talk about some kind of lights you on in certain kind of lenses you want to create Which will give you what you want. Yeah that's important understand the tools that you're using the toolbox definitely so what is next for you. So we're doing. So am working with anne on a feature doc for hbo and that has been on a bit of an odyssey In that We started it pre cove it about a year before covid head about inspired by the college scandal a well. Yeah and Then became a film about this musical that had been written about college pressures parallel to the time that the college scandals coming we follow the musical through high schools as sort of a window into these high school. So yeah yeah and in west virginia and then of course covid wiped all that out and shut everything down including our stories that we were building building building to these moments where the kids go to college. Like how's the play gonna come off all that kind of pretty straightforward narrative stuff. And now we're looking at like the sort of post covid George floyd like the impact that has had filming actually in new york city in the bronx and brooklyn well with kids. So that film. And then i'm working on a subpoena film about parole with Jesse sweet so. And then i don't know i'm always looking for stuff. Cool will ricky. Thank you so much great to finally be able to do this. Thank you thank you neck..

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"k. ricki" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"More coming out. And obviously the market itself is getting flooded but for those aspiring documentarian out. There are there any distinguishing characteristics. That you think good documentaries have now. They'll allow them to kind of stand stand out amongst the fray. So now i feel like there's so many series out there and everything you know when it used to be featured docs like hbo or showtime cinemax. Whatever back in the day it was featured docs and so it's like what is the good story that can sustain for an hour and a half or and now it's like what is a story that we can tell over five parts to make you know and i think sometimes it shouldn't be five parts giving sometimes. It should be an hour and a half. You know i think sometimes stories we're getting stretched and there's a lot of pressure on still makers to find something that feels big whereas sometimes the best stories are these small stories. You know some of the films that are out there. Now that are sort of a name kademi. This a film called kunda about two black and white film about farm animals. And it's just this quiet poet poetic film and i think you know what it's doing really well filmmakers. I think we just don't looking for something different now. You never know you never know what's necessarily going ahead Which is why. I think also when you go back to like film trope of like do with this way. Is there like a journey hero story. I just would encourage people to be truthful to the story you know. If it's a palm let it be a poem you know. I always refer who referring to announce a film called iraq in fragments and it really just touched down. James longley film was nominated for academy award just touched on in iraq at the moment during war and like you live with three different. I think it's three different stories for period of time without some super narrative structure. And you just get like iraq in fragments these fragments of that world and that was enough. That was enough. And i think sometimes were Included world like. Wow you know is this gonna is are people gonna care. Is it going to have a life. Are people going to tune in and and unfortunately we have to ask those questions. Because that's how you get funding these days but sometimes it said unexpected little story than unexpected. You know maybe it's the one about truffle hunters this year or or quiet from about time or something that is unexpected in people. Are you know last year. Like the honey. What would they gave the bees. The honey keeper shoot. What was that called. Oh my gosh. It was really beautiful and Again like who. They didn't go in there thinking they're gonna get an academy began. Get kademi awards like you. Just can't go thinking about your audience per se. Have to be true story. I think that's huge last few questions. Obviously in the world of directing and filmmaking. There's a lottery sources a lot of books on the topic. Most of which are not so great for that being said were there any key volumes or resources or or just books that were essential for you and your career either from a business perspective or filmmaking perspective and wasn't certain i definitely would say no about books. I think it was just watching films The like mazel brothers. You know greg. Garden's great gardens justice Films like that or even even an war room or penna bakers films. Or i mean i kinda grew both were even you know. Gimme shelter these old films Which are all very character driven. You know they could just go along with these characters and let the stories unfold and And they were unexpected in that way and they just were filmmakers..

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"k. ricki" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"She spends her own money like she works hard at her job and spends her own money in travels around to these haunted sites and tries to connect and that is what makes her interesting to me makes her feel like her journey. Her searching is authentic and real. Yeah and it's again that the character centric human element of it. All i think is what is so interesting in addition all the supernatural elements. So we have a lot of filmmakers inspiring filmmakers listening. Could you give us a sense of your origin story. How you essentially became a director. Yeah i started really in theater. And i was thinking it'd be more in the acting world of theater And went to graduate school for year and theater and then came out and wanted to tell stories and wanted to be in control and realized that as an actor i would not be in control of my destiny and Through many many jobs in new york working production working at like saturday night live which sounded glamorous but was not at all you know working on the film unit but ultimately documentaries for me as a woman Twenty three year old. I gas twenty. four Was a way to work with france. Re college in a camera that we heat. My friend had camera. Someone you know had sound equipment and we would just go and tell stories and that was for me. The way i could tell a story was to be a documentary filmmaker and not have to necessarily prove especially than in hollywood to be woman like as director. It was much more difficult than i think. Now i think it you know and The documentary filmmakers was was much more open to it and the budgets are lower ultimately. You know you can do a lot on her own can do a lot you in so that that was like my path into it. I mean i hell jobs. And i worked at. Hbo and all this other stuff. But i work on the weekends and at night making my own films. Because i never i always say like if i could paint. I would have been a painter if i could. If i could plant instrument i would have been a musician to me. Making documentaries is is my creative outlet and so when i worked at hbo As i was. I worked on the Autopsy series i as an associate producer and then as a producer of shows rudolph who was really rabbi. Now we had like some either as producer like. She was from harvard and she lasted a week. The by photographs of autopsy issues. Like i'm out But i always wanted to make my own stories. And so i would just do it when i could and you know. Sometimes it took years to make a story and your first feature neglect. Not the children ryan. It was it was. It was a film that i did about a youth program in harlem i had met..

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"k. ricki" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"And they feel duped and then she gives me no defense that had i know that but also That atar being medium because there is so much information out there i mean there were moments like that where it was very helpful to have a character. Go through the doubt to be a skeptic so that we could have those moments of skepticism. We could had those moments of doubt. They came through the story. Bryson as opposed to me having to impose these there were always experts of people for example that people from the society for psychical research in cambridge in the uk. They're the ones that could be talk about skepticism. Through the through the years regarding physical mediums for example So it was helpful. I think you know you want to ask this question. You wanna have some balance that grounded the show in a railway just showing but like you said it didn't seem agenda-driven you allowed those those things that potentially could you know disprove just to emerge naturally through the story which you know as documentarian. I feel like it. All has to naturally emerge from the story agreed. Were there any concepts that That hit the cutting room floor that you really wanted to get in there. We know it's interesting when you doing. Survival it kind of veers into psychic cy kinds of work as well because you know as a lay person getting into an odd like. What's the difference if we study remote viewing or psychic abilities. Why why isn't that part of this kind of a series and and now i fully understand it but lesley was like no. You won't our stories. All are about investigating looking at the possibility of survival after death and side that sort of hugh super human or human powers of being psychic and able to read. Someone's mind or being able to take your mind and remote view. It's not about survival. And so so it really. It took me a while to sort of stay focused on.

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"k. ricki" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of the universe. 2021 has started off right where 20 20 left off. Kind of bumpy to put it mildly. But here at least we can take our minds off the turmoil for a few hours. And tonight we have an excellent program in mind for you. You've been reading about this strange object spotted in space back in 2017. Homo Omura is the name that was given and scientists were ready to write that office and interesting but not exceptional piece of space rock. That is until the Harvard astronomer and some colleagues detected problems with that explanation. They think it's an anomaly and could be an expert terrestrial probe sent from another solar system the first interstellar object ever detected, perhaps sent here on purpose to get our attention. Dr Avi Loeb has taken on a lot of grief. Open this hypothesis, but he's doubled down on that. He joins us tonight in the second half. I'm pretty jazzed about that. But first Was a stirring and provocative new Syriza a Netflix. Have you seen it? Yet? It's one of the most popular programs on Netflix. Right now. It's called surviving Death, a six part documentary series looking for evidence that life goes on after physical death. The stories told by people who've experienced near death experiences where they die, and then come back. It's powerful stuff. But in another episodes that producers looked for compelling stories of Kids who have memories of past lives. Also looking at ghost hunters and mediums who say that they're able to connect with the other side. Leslie Kean is a journalist, author of the book. We profiled here on this program a few years ago, same title surviving death. And it really did a great job of synthesizing the case for human consciousness, Surviving physical death. Leslie is part of the team that created the Netflix series. She will join us momentarily, and for this first hour, we're also speaking with Ricki Stern, a producer and director of the surviving Death series will dig into these stories and the people behind this hit series. Powerful stuff. Web Master Lex Loan Hood and I have pulled together our usual assortment of items and the oddities called from media around the world. We call it nap snooze and you can find it on the coast to Coast Am website. Some of the stories featured on that tonight are directly related to our subject matter this evening. Normally I'd list a few of them and go over some of the details. But I'm getting gonna let you exploring on your own, because when we have Ricki Stern for this first hour, so I want to get to it. I'll just say one of these stories, though, is a news report We did this past week about the you AP Task Force that's working on a report to Congress covering what the Pentagon has in its vaults and files. Regarding UFO evidence in cases and while you're there, checking out naps news, please click the link that tells you how to become a coast insider. The cost is pennies a day..

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"k. ricki" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"k. ricki" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on KOMO

"Luxury style was a great floors dot com to find your nearest showroom get inspired to live beautifully stormy weather breezy rainy tonight lows about fifty tomorrow mid fifties breezy and rainy once again with a southerly several twenty five miles an hour and the flood warning continues on the toll river about carnation due to heavy rain and rising snow levels are flood watches on western Washington rivers till tomorrow looks like with the temperatures in the mountains starting to rise a little bit pushing some mail pressure on the reverse we have a forty nine year at Seattle center fifty at sea tac airport with light rain the price of your chocolate six might be heading up the west African countries of Ghana and the Ivory Coast export within sixty percent of the world's cocoa well now they are combining to create their own chocolate cartel it's sort of like OPEC but with chocolate instead of oil focus trading at about twenty five hundred dollars per metric ton the new car tell what upset price my around four hundred dollars in the full all officials in both countries say the move will help sustain chocolate growers and their farm the B. C. sherry Preston reporting how many people watch the golden globes last night well it's time we could your base may not have cared but the golden globes ratings were pretty solid down just two percent from last year eighteen point three million people watch Ricki juries host in the movie nineteen seventeen wins Sunday night on NBC and while the ratings were pretty steady especially considering recent flights for other award shows that's still an eight year low for the golden globes and in the demo important advertisers eighteen to forty nine year olds the show was down ten percent over last year Jason Evans an ABC news Hollywood Alex Trebek has a message of support for congressman John Lewis is both fights pancreatic cancer.

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Golden Globes 2020 highlights

First Light

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Golden Globes 2020 highlights

"The Hollywood award show season and the road to the Oscars he is under way Jim group joins us from Hollywood this morning where the golden globes awards were held just last night Michael it started out with five time and controversial host Ricki surveys pulling no punches for me the Hollywood foreign press can barely speak English but you'll look lovely I am moving in limos I came in in a limo tonight on the license plate was made by Phyllis enough when the show got political to from Michelle Williams promoting a woman's right to choose to call for action to combat climate change by Patricia Arquette A. K. planchette to Joaquin Phoenix making note that the plant based meals served at the golden globes was one step in the right direction against climate change we we handle products is no longer just a personal choice it is having a drastic and bass consequent in this election year a call to get out the vote by a number of winners speaking of which it was Joaquin Phoenix who took the trophy for best drama film actor for joker called out the drama of the award show to my fellow nominees we all know there's no competition between us right the that is treated to sell advertises for the TV show what is a lawyer won the golden globe for Best Actress in a motion picture drama for her role as Judy Garland in Judy credits huge if you have a surprise the World War one fill nineteen seventeen took the top honor best motion picture drama is director Sam Mendes Best Director who says the new streaming service format is a challenge for big screen filmmakers so nothing was important is that people filmmakers are ambitious and they use the tools of cinema use surround sound and you know IMAX and the the every fiber of that being to try and make big stories for big screens once upon a time in Hollywood won best comedy film on the TV side HBO's succession won best drama series Amazon's flea bag won best comedy

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2020 Golden Globes RECAP

First Light

01:09 min | 2 years ago

2020 Golden Globes RECAP

"Light and the Hollywood award show season and the road to the Oscars is under way Jim group joins us from Hollywood this morning where the golden globes awards were held just last night Michael it started out with five time and controversial host Ricki surveys pulling no punches for me the Hollywood foreign press can ban the speaking English but you'll look lovely I am doing a limos I kind in in a limo tonight on the license plate was might by Phyllis the Hoffman H. O. got political to from Michelle Williams promoting a woman's right to choose to call for more action to combat climate change by Patricia Arquette A. K. planchette to Joaquin Phoenix making note that the plant based meals served at the golden globes was one step in the right direction against climate change we we handle products is no longer just a personal choice it is having a drastic in bass closer grand in this election year a call to get out the vote by a number of winners speaking of which it was Joaquin Phoenix who took the trophy for best drama film actor for joker called out the drama of the award show to my fellow nominees we all know there's no competition between us

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"k. ricki" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"k. ricki" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Comes to talk golden globes preview on Evan handing Iraq's parliament has voted to expel the U. S. troops from its country in reaction to the U. S. drone strike that killed Ronnie in general Qasem Soleimani and the leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah says American military throughout the region will pay the price personal Amani's death and Iran says it will no longer limit its nuclear program a military adviser who is part of the decision making process in Teheran talked with correspondent Frederick play can be essentially told me three key things he said first of all there is going to be a response by the Iran it's going to be a military spots it's going to be against military targets but importantly he also said that the Iranians do not want a full fledged war against the United States president trump is back in Washington returning from his Mar a Lago resort before leaving Florida he went on Twitter to say his tweets will serve as official notification to Congress that showed Iran strike any American person or target the US will strike back perhaps in a disproportionate manner five people were killed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike early this morning around sixty have been hospitalized officials say the crash was a chain reaction involving a tour bus three tractor trailers and a passenger car well it's the first award show of the season as the golden globes get under way it's the seventy seventh annual party thrown by the Hollywood foreign press association roughly ninety people who are in the U. S. covering the happenings in Hollywood for their publications and stations in their home countries is the first big test for the movies and TV shows have been getting award show bus but what many will be anticipating to is the host Ricki surveys is back and is expected to make fun of the elite in the room as he has done in the past looking old vices Hey.

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Kelly Clarkson Reportedly Heading To Daytime TV With Talk Show

Donna and Steve

05:09 min | 4 years ago

Kelly Clarkson Reportedly Heading To Daytime TV With Talk Show

"I screwed up the whole meal Oh. No regular Tabasco regular Tabasco and I don't know if I put. Squirted. It or what kit was so terrible it was so hot. It stunk it was just the. Worst ever, I was, sweating as blowing my nose like I was already, the guy sitting alone in restaurants, already, looked like a weirdo, and, I. Was blowing my nose. And you know when I blow my nose I honked my horn? It, makes a sound it. Was a whole thing and then every bite was a bummer instead of. Being a. Blessing sucks am I here today Yeah Robber you're a. Trooper all. Right no wonder. Respect I just wonder. Admiration Okay All. Right can I tell you my my entertainment related stories that have nothing to do with? Food. Yeah Hm Kelly. Clarkson She is filming a pilot first syndicated daytime. Talk show what do you think about? That Well I don't like it I feel like we're a little and I say this. As a, talk show host like we're little heavy on the daytime talk a little bit you know I think it does make. Great sense in local markets because? You have a specific, local thing that you're. Talking about do you know what I mean that's radio still works but I don't know, I a lot of people have. Tried, it. And. It. Doesn't work Meredith Vieira Katie Kerr Harry, Connick junior canceled canceled. Canceled, yes agreed, agreed agreed. I just think, that just because Kelly Clarkson very. Likable person sure strong personality great personality she's a singer. Let her be a singer singer Thing Singer, singer say normal singer Singer ours your. Thing that's your kryptonite singer, you, certain things But let her do that stay. In your lane we don't, I don't, want to see. Kelly, Clarkson chatting it up with you know. Who, else did. Actually she had a. Somewhat successful on The Wilson. Girl, from Wilson Phillips Brian Wilson's daughter Carney we'll see remember that I mean just I just feel like just because someone has a good. Personality and they happen to sing for a living And, they happen. To be a good interview doesn't mean that they belong on daytime. Talk. That's like putting on Justin Timberlake as a host of a daytime talk. Show it's not necessary Carney was. On from nineteen ninety. Five to, ninety six I thought she was on longer came back those Ricki lake Ricki lake also she had a successful Carney show dealt with issues concerning unruly teenagers hookers this, is the. Description unruly teenagers hookers abusive parents bad relationships physical appearances weight loss. Building. Self esteem and trivial subjects such as unusual pets was Carney you can. Binge watch that nowhere today Remember watching Ricky. Lake, kid my mom. Just let us sit. In front, of, we were. Just watch these trashy talks Ricky we're. Watching Maury Mantell Williams always. Just so debonair he. Doesn't such a cool calm and Sally Jesse. Raphael horse yeah I do Donahue. Yeah aches too much we don't need Kelly. Clarkson dune daytime talk thing you are a Grammy award winning. Artist. Let's let's keep her there that's. Just, my opinion, I just, because you, give a, good interview doesn't mean you a. Good interview there are people who. Trained to do that people like yourself Ceelo green. Is returning to the voice oh cool that's. Fun I guess He's only going to be a mentor though he's gonna be Adams mentor the only reason I say that is I can't imagine people aren't. Going to have a problem with. This. Because of that he. Raped charge that was it wasn't a. Charge, actually. It was. An accusation Against him did that totally not. Ever no because they didn't. Have enough evidence wow so you probably didn't hear a whole lot about that but yeah lack of evidence he did plead guilty to giving. This woman a controlled substance which. I. Believe was ecstasy but He denied rumors also that he quit the voice to. Avoid being, fired so he. Will be back the voice is back on Monday September twenty, four th for its fifteenth. Season Are you you're not a, voice guy you're an idol guy right yeah Yeah I'm with you on that one. More quick music at. Lady. Gaga going to Vegas doing a residency there. It starts December twenty eighth that is, going to be an enormous success. Show have twenty seven performances in total and this is, kind of cool the fans will have to. Pick between? Two different shows lady Gaga. Enigma or lady Gaga, jazz? Piano Ooh that's cool which would you pick I don't know what.

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Google, America and Trump discussed on Todd and Don

Todd and Don

03:15 min | 4 years ago

Google, America and Trump discussed on Todd and Don

"Holly Well it's not a question, so much but let, you know about the water department. In. How dishonest they are calculated my water Bill over several years and found out that my charge the water went up fifty, one good Lord, no announcement from the water company okay they then came. Out with a two dollars and fifty cents roughly reduction in some. See and blasted all over the internet television and radio, and the newspaper that they were reducing our water belt now that just proves to me that. These are. Really dishonest people You talking. About the city of cedar park water department did this to you No no no no no I'm talking about. Austin Dallas do right Well they do I mean there are many many people that have had the skyrocketing water Bill told stories that they call to get some answers and they. Get a rude person or a dismissive person. On. The, other, end, this, just. Not really interested in, helping them yeah Or they don't they just don't call back in a timely fashion but according. To the water department you're happy with them check this out do. Security, keys make computers, more secure well, according to Google the answer is simple yes ever since they, required. Their, employees to use a physical security, key instead of a one time codes in two thousand seventeen, it hasn't had. A single case. Of, an account. Takeover from, fishing now this, security deal the security key go all computer and you type in the code your password right well this would be like like a like a little memory stick that you stick. In your computer a digital key it's a. Key This is? Not, really a dog, let's just like a. Little. USB stick like a little memory stick you stick in its key the house you to access that computer and apparently Google. Says that is a much more safe way to go they haven't. Had, any fishing takeovers, fishing the kind, of emails you get sometimes click on it looks like it's, a. Really, mount you click on it and, all of a sudden the IT guy is running down the, hall with his. Hair on fire Stop opening emails move that's fishing security keys give give your way. To log onto a website, simply by plugging it in and pressing. A button and is considered to be safer than those two factor authentication. Well that makes sense until, they somehow, figure out how to crawl into, your key but. That does that makes a lotta sense anything that we can, physically hold in our hands generally I think is going to be safer Ricky good morning Hello Ricki Doing? Fine Thirty odd you know about Trump great made in America thereby made, in America but I guess everybody got none of their family stuff is made, in America Yeah You don't see tariffs on. That, yeah I should mentioned. That every day we mentioned it earlier we'd mentioned it early and I appreciate. Your call him back in mentioning again. Y'all got to get up to. Date Three three seven. Guys, got the date on all that stuff The three to seven guys that's all about today Yeah I think I think Rickie..

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