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"kate winslet" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

How I Found My Voice

04:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on How I Found My Voice

"Welcome to this. Live podcast recording of the now. Award-winning how i found my voice. I'm samir almaden. I go behind this liberty persona to find out what influences shape someone success. How did politicians artists and performers grow up to become such great and unique communicators. My guest today is an actor whose imdb listing has one line that really jumps out you. It reads won one oscar. Another ninety wins and one hundred and fifty nine. Nominations she is kate. Winslet's who's proved mesmerizing. Screen presence breakout role in heaven. Creatures aged just seventeen as the star of titanic. She's inspired romances. And a million memes and her twenty seven film. Contagion was rediscovered at the start of the covid. Nineteen pandemic even inspiring the government's vaccine policy on it rolls range from period dramas sense and sensibility bio pic. Steve jobs romances to thrillers and science fiction and has been nominated seven times for an oscar winning for the reader playing a nazi concentration camp guard. Latest amanite is a bold imagining of the interior. Life are the victorian fossil. Hunter mary anne and it's a film which has also drawn her to campaign for an environmental charity. The word forest organization. Caitlyn's ahead. you laugh. And i was reaching out your ninety wins at one hundred and fifty nine. Nominations welcomed how. I thank you very much for having me. Yes scenario isn't it. how did i do. Do you remember many of those nominations and win all those badges and prizes and stickers amidst. It's amazing really yeah. I didn't set out to do all of that. I find it's a funny thing. Oh that's interesting. Because i always start with the mini. The kate winslet's debut you back to the childhood you. You are from theatrical family. aren't you. What was growing up in that family like loud and colorful and an enormous amounts of fun. I mean you know. I grew up in just a regular family. My dad was an actor. My mom was not an actress and.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

06:16 min | Last month

"kate winslet" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"She she feels is women's sadness that something that's happened in her life that has made her quite closed off and lonely and so they connect in this strange sort of Fractured lonely world. They've both been been living in And then as you say. You know mary that there isn't a lot of talking. Mary doesn't speak very much in the film. And it's really interesting when people this out to me because it goes for me. There's a lot going on in had in her mind all the time there was a loss of story to be told and the script was very visual. Very detailed in its description of you know just the space the atmosphere in the room. The sounds of the buds the kraken of the fi the crashing of the waves. It was very very detailed texted script. When i first read at my absolutely loved it for those reasons but yes you'll right the the longing and the very gradual connection between these two women that grows through the affection. They have a one another and on the work that that doing together out on those beaches. Mary teaching charlotte what she can what she knows. And you know it's a story about self discovery because who choose to love can end up defining who we all and at the end of the film marian charlotte as individual women are quite different to the women that you meet at the beginning of the story. And i i love that about it. I really appreciate that about the film. I didn't know what to expect. And i hadn't seen a movie like that in a long time. I don't feel like they make movies like that much anymore. Where yeah and and poetry to it. And there's sort of a visual sensibility. That's obviously very articulated. And thought through and and also like you know once you guys consummate you know your love and the sexual scenes are are are graphic and profound but earned and not gratuitous in any way but you know but very respectful and very raw. You know to see both of those women explode in that type of energy and then kind of regroup is pretty. That must have been insane to shoot. I mean i've been on sets where their closed sets. But it must have been sort of like alright everybody out while i think what was wonderful full session. I about the two people play with the the actress. Playing these parts was that we we were able to access in all Preparation letters real love. Letters that were written between women women who are actually in marriages to men but but what quietly connecting in sort of a sisterhood way spilt over into intense friendship that then would become very intense intimate sexual relationships that would lost a a lifetime and so we once it does it. Very very detailed exp- mation in these letters that we that we were able to ask that other relationship with the woman in town that seems loaded. That might have like. It's not quite explained but it's understood. Yeah it's very clear that marianna had a previous connection with elizabeth philpot who was also a real character in history by the way who lives locally in the town so But you know one thing that session. And i really did fail and talking about the film now. You know it's a i've i've learned. I've just learned so much about what happens when you remove the heterosexual stereotypes from film on. How in films so often. We objectify women in a very automatic way. We're breathing without even thinking about it. And because we didn't have the objectification of women in any way on film it was utterly equal and connected because of the love. These two These two people shaft reach other For me it was almost like a breath of fresh air. You know there was no leader. You know so often you read. Heterosexual love scene hated. The script on the man is the one who's wooing and leading. The woman is flirting or wanting to be taken in some way. You know these these. These things are very automatically written right all very often when reading heterosexual love scene on paper. Say something like the woman's on top dominating. Now why does she. Why kangxi just know what she wants. Why does she have to be dominating you and then we get this sort of generalized description of the woman is a hole. In a way that we would never navigate that same description of all of the male counterpart right and we didn't have any of that in ammonites and that to me was new. It was really new. I just i was like a interested. I just really. It was very interesting and it was a relief to be part of something. That was obsolete. Cool connected and safe because of those things right in because like you don't really. It's almost as surprised everyone when it kind of happens when it finally concerts and also there's so many layers of clothing involved. It's hard to objectify in those days. There were lots of things that needed to combat that is correct well observed but no but i mean the When when it does happen. I don't know that i would have thought about it like that. Because i'm not thinking about it coming from the angle you are but especially given your history with the push back against the type of objectification. I think that like it seems that early on. You realized that you didn't want to have anything to really do with that kind of The way that show business or movies puts people are women in that position. Well i think certainly you know what's really interesting to me. You know. I look back on my twenties and things that people would say about me when i was still trying to figure out who the hell i was on covey. Kate people would talk about me as being different because i was slightly bigger than average. Meanwhile i was like. I don't know Size six or what. I have no idea but but that stuff was so shocking to me. Because i would then push back and say well. This is just who i am..

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"kate winslet" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

07:12 min | Last month

"kate winslet" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Time talking to her. New film. amanite is now available on digital platforms and blu ray and in selected theaters. She's also starring in the upcoming. Hbo detective series mayor of each town. That comes out in april and this is me talking to the amazing kate. Winslet kate winslet's hello mariah fine. I'd love a cup of tea in half hour room service round heads just so my husband. He is a very good husband. Actually that would be disturbing. Yeah don't worry no no no no no no. Don't come in nazi. We'll be recording. Okay all right no the end be great gonna fight gonna know. There's no way we can do sometimes but it's normally over like who fed the dog. Go the big stuff. Tom funny argument not not very long ago. Which is over something so stupid. It was like who finished the last of some kind of thing. I've made the fridge joel. How far echo. How bad did that not know very far. It was just like one of those dumb lockdown groups that makes sense just like its complete waste of energy. anyway. I am yeah. Today's like i woke up in. Walk down frenzy aggravated. You know actually well actually we'll start agitate it because i didn't sleep very last night. Why what do you think what's happening. No nothing i mean. No no specific reason. Although i did dream the i got vaccinated and that it didn't work. Oh maybe i was woken up out of that. Well they had done. They had put the vaccinations. Benita gordon's into my arm vile had gone in taken. The needle and the liquid was school spraying or labor. Like me all over the floor and then no one seemed to know how to cope with it. What do so. They couldn't work out whether they should re vaccinate me. Just half of. I'll just discount about one and just do the whole thing ever again. How my god should i. It was it was very anxious making just because nobody knew what. The protocol was not. I found really scary. That's a global problem well precisely streaming about the what the world's clearly there's no protocol are what is the protocol there. Are you getting them. How's it working. So at the moment they are as quickly as they can vaccinating over ninety s and eighty s on and key workers in healthcare workers. Right so my father has had his summation he's eighty one so she feels like a huge relief. Either the for his first does So that's it. Yeah i mean. I don't know whenever we know we'll just wait. Wait to turn i think I think that's why. I think that's causing me. The the most anxiety knowing it's out there and that they can't figure out a way to get it to everybody efficiently and quickly and we have to wait for months. You know living in the same system knowing that we could get some relief striving me. Yeah i know. I know i know i think canada seemed to have. They seem to be ready to get everyone vaccinated. You know I'm i'm ready to move. But i can't even run away now. We're not to run away anymore. It's like justin trudeau. Just send arden like go. It's crazy man. i'm worried i'm in the uk. Yeah south we live on the south coast of england so we all really lucky that we are when the ocean. We have some nice outdoor space and Yeah we're we're we're good. We're wise yeah. How many kids are with you. How many do you have there. And they're all again nuts. Well no they're not. They're not actually not too bad. I mean my daughter is twenty. She's actually enormously. She's enormously helpful around the house And then i have a seventeen year. Old son just turned seventeen. So he's all excited. Because in england you can't start to learn how to drive into the seventeenth. Now right will not able to have an instructor. Just beat him. My husband on that quiets driving around And then there's a seven year old who just thinks that it's so great that everyone's just around all the time and the older people to do. Yeah we'll be people to drumming and lego with him. I mean he couldn't be more. It couldn't be more thrilled. Wait you were in the pandemic movie. What was i was. So so was my god. That's right doesn't end. Well for you know doesn't agree with me. It's all what i did quite a lot. I wanna lots of fun doing contagion to tick you that moment. Because i get slung into a ditch in a body bag which was i had to hold. My breath was like a plastic buddy by could see me throughout my couldn't help but almost every take one i on just say does my bum. La big business. I'd say don't typically vein nonsense crop. Yeah but i wasn't. I wasn't contagion which you know. I have to be completely honest with you when covid really had i was wearing a mask a way before i was in philadelphia when we went into during the show for. Hbo and people were staring at me. Funny because i was right away. I was like it's coming. People and i was walking know street and in the grocery store with my with my mosque on people thousand percent looking at me like i was quite strange the version and the weird resistance to i mean people in asia have been wearing them since ours. I mean i used to see people on the plane. Asian people wearing masks thinking like what's up with that and now it's like well now. Everybody's got to do it. I don't have a problem with it. Well i don't either. The only problem i have with it is i just feel really side. That for a whole generation might seven-year-olds generation and even young in those children are gonna grow up bring wearing mosques to nursery school kindergarten. I mean that's what makes me sad. Not touching door handles right. You're talking friends using a year of or however long this is gonna take i. I don't have children. So i imagine it must be very difficult to know that these formative years whatever part of their life there in are going to be sort of you know law. That's right and i think particularly for you know young people in their early twenty s i think for those individuals who you know have been been hearing the parents say for years. These are the best of your life going off to colleges and a really exploring true selves and suddenly you know that back at home with mom and dad and it's a it's it's it is sad. It's very sad. And i think it's gonna be hard confidence.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

"A living from being an actor. Hera titanic ginger life. It definitely changed. It changed my private life. My private life suddenly wasn't private at all and that was something that was very very hard for me to come to terms with And it it changed my aminat change my career completely because of course what it did as well as teach me a huge amount. You know people often forget. That titanic was seven months shoot. I learned so much about acting about the process of filmmaking. You know there's so much to learn. And that takes a long time. And i hadn't been taught it in school so i was learning on the fly really on the fly and that experience of making that film was rich with wonderful things that i learned But it changed my life because it gave me. He gave me freedom of choice and that was incredible at the age of twenty one. Twenty two but i will be completely honest i. I wasn't ready for that level of choice. I wasn't ready for this big fat career. And so actually what i did was. I shied away from playing big roles in big studio films that had huge budgets. Because it didn't feel right to me and people say this is a moment in time. It might never come around again. And i would say but but i like that low budget film called hideous kinky this in marrakesh but that go down. No one's going to see that. Why would you wanna do that. But somehow i knew. I wasn't i didn't have enough. I actually didn't feel that. I knew enough as an actor to really be able to step into the shoes of sort of film star. Those are two words that i feel deeply uncomfortable with even today. I wanted to be an actress. And and i had a lot to learn and somehow i knew that i had a lot to learn. I didn't wanna fake it. And i didn't want to feel under pressure and also i didn't want to fail. I wanted to be in a position where i could always say. I'm an actress to be forty five years old as i am today and still be able to say. I'm an actress and not to have fizzled out. Not have experienced. Burn out and not to have given bad performances. Because i simply didn't know how to do it enough in those days. When i was that young and so i was able to choose small things that made me feel a little bit more protected and a little bit more connected to smaller crews of people who i felt safe with and who i could learn from kate winslet. Thank you so much for talking with us. It's been a pleasure. Thank you likewise. Thank you very much for having me. Kate winslet stars in the new film..

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

"That's on the ted radio hour from npr. This is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with kate. Winslet she stars in the new movie amanite which streaming video on demand including apple items. So you come from a family of actors. I think on your mother's side. Yes it's really interesting. The the acting does come more from my mother's side but my mother herself and god rest her soul. She was never an actress. My mother was very very shy and absolutely stayed home and and and was a mom and an uncared for as well she was also a brilliant chef in one of my uncles was a chef. So for time When we were on at school she she worked for him for a little while. You're right the acting did come more from my mother's side so so both. Her parents were actors. My grandmother actually went to school with no coward when he was younger. Yes fascinating story. And and then she had six children and became more of a more of a a mother and less of an actress as as time went by and her husband was an actress. Well and they ran the old reading Repertory fit company and the theater was in their back garden. So my mom very much grew up with these mad loud actors to sort of lashing through the house and rehearsing in the garden. And that was the theater. And so this kind of i i wish to. I have seen it. I would have loved to have just been you know child standing in the hallway watching all this wonderful sort of creative chaos. Go on this artistry set of eccentric behaviour. i would absolutely loved it but my mom hated it. She always just hated it. Which is interesting because then admired my dad. Who was one of her. Brother's friends on was an actor. So my dad was an to when i was when i was younger and then later on actually became more of a musician. He's a jazz singer as well. But then my sister's honor and beth one's younger ones older they both also acted a lot too. And it's amazing now to me. My daughter mia. She's actually acting now as well and so often in our house. We play kind of old fashioned during games..

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I try i try really hard and not use. The word dislike Because because this you know it it just always sounds like. I don't know i would never want found in any way ungrateful but for me. One of the hardest things you know. It's it's it's a very difficult job to do. I will say one of the things that is hard about doing press for film as you rightly point out is traveling away from ones. Family is something that i've never. I've never gotten used to. I don't have any systems or tricks or tips for anybody. How do you juggle it all. I'm so often asked. It just is a juggle an every job different. Every press junket is different. Every part of it is different depending on on the film and and one of the bright sides the only thing about covert and lockdown that for for me and for us as a unit wonderful is that my older two children are twenty and about ten seventeen. And they'll be gone soon. And i was very very aware of really making the most of time with them play play with them mucking around having a good time really cooking together teaching them how to cook things so that they can go off into the world know how to whip up basic healthy meal for themselves and a few friends and and actually seeing the joy in their faces. That really loving doing that on really wanting to make the chicken suit the way i've always made it and now they can and so so being able to make the most of those experiences and my father is eighty one years old. We lost my mother in two thousand seventeen actually to be able to give real time to him now that he's by himself That has also been the has also been very very special and i. You know. I've been very grateful for those quiet family times that that might not be here forever. Let me reintroduce you here. If you're just joining us my. Is kate winslet. And she stars in the new movie amanite it streaming on video on demand including apple itunes. It's also playing in select theaters. We'll be right back after we take a short break..

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:55 min | 3 months ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

"No children so what my mother at ten. I remember six of them dying and two before me. Eight babies dead each one taking something other when they went. I have my work. I didn't need children as well. Kate winslet welcome to fresh air. Let's start with the scene that we just heard what it was like for you as a mother to think about living in a time and a place so harsh that you can have eight. Children die playing. Mary ann and having to carry an enormous amount of her personal history was was really something that i had to spend a good deal of time preparing for We don't meet any of the siblings. Mary has of course just talked about because they all died. You know such was the time in the working lower classes in the very late early eighteenth century and it was part of playing mary. That was fascinating to me. I'd never played someone of that clause before a never that particular period in time and and i found myself coming to play this role shamefully fairly ignorant as to who mary-anne actually was and has scientific significance in history. A woman of her class was never going to be recognized for any of very significant achievements and successes. What were her scientific accomplishments. What were her greatest contributions to the field of paleontology so maryam ing was completely self taught. She was an uneducated child. Mary learns how to find fossils. How to be a paleontologist She learnt it from her father who very sadly died. When mary was only eleven years old and mary was very close to her father She had a really warm significant wonderful strong relationship. Strong bond him and and because of him she was eternally fascinated by fossil. By knowing how to identify what forces were not only to find ammonites but to find dinosaur bones. She discovered the first xia saw when she was eleven years old with her brother. Joseph the two of them. It took them over a year to dig it out but she was a child when she found that she discovered were copper. Light was that's fossilized feces and so. Because of mary we were able to learn and not what dinosaurs at so her role in that particular scientific field was really really significant and of course what happened to marry was that her fines were bought from her by rich more powerful men who claimed them for their own and therefore took credit. She never took credit for anything. They actually put their name on her fines. you portray mary ending somebody who is emotionally shutdown. She later becomes wakened by this passionate affair with the character played by serbia ronin. But in playing somebody who's emotionally shutdown. It seems to me you have to do less to do more you. Character just does not convey emotion. And she's she's very her. Life is all very interior. I think play her almost as if she's on the autism spectrum. Did you think.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Fresh Air

"From whyy in philadelphia. I'm terry gross with fresh air today. Kate winslet she and sir show ronin star in the new film emanate as two women in the mid eighteen. Hundreds who fall in love winslet's character. Mary aiming is loosely based on the self taught paleontologist who lived on england's rocky southern coast and discovered fossils that were important contributions to the understanding of evolution but she received little credit because she was a woman she was poor and had no connections. Kate winslett started her film career when she was seventeen and starred in the indie film heavenly creatures three years later. She starred with leonardo di caprio in the blockbuster. Titanic we'll talk about how things have changed in her life and for women in hollywood. Since that time. Kate winslet coming up on fresh air. My guest kate winslet stars in the new movie amanite. Her film career started at the age of seventeen when she starred in the nineteen ninety. Four film heavenly creatures based on the true story of two teenage girls in an obsessive friendship who murdered one of their mothers because she was trying to separate the girls three years after that indie film from new zealand. She started in the international blockbuster. Titanic her other films include sense and sensibility. U-turn sunshine of the spotless mind revolutionary road and the reader. Her new film amanite isn't imagined version of the life of mary. Ending a nineteenth century self taught paleontologist known for her groundbreaking fossil discoveries. Mary lives in poverty with her. Elderly mother shut off from the world and emotionally withdrawn. She spends her days searching the shoreline for fossils to study. Draw and sell sometimes. She sells the fossils two men who claim them as their own discoveries one day gentleman comes to their fossil shop and brings along his young wife who suffering from depression after a miscarriage. He tells adding that he wants to observe her work and then explains that he's about to go on a paleontology expedition and would like her to watch his wife charlotte while he's gone hoping charlotte will be in good hands and benefit from shadowing mary anne. Marie reluctantly agrees only. Because he's willing to pay a total contrast to rough-hewn mary charlotte murchison is a delicate well-to-do lady. The women don't get along at first but over time. A friendship grows into an intense. Romantic relationship are film critic justin. Chang wrote that. Kate winslet makes mary a profound study. An alien nation and loneliness italy's with other people and deeply protective of her secrets. Let's start with a clip from the film. Charlotte has collapsed and is very ill with a fever and murray has grudgingly been nursing her back to health as charlotte recovers mary softens towards the young woman and they begin to trust and confide in each other. Searcher ronan plays charlotte. Charlotte speaks. i y- tired. I always looked tired. Look off to me like your child. You don't have any other questions might have preferred it when you are unconscious.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on The View

The View

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on The View

"Watch joe digenova today asked for chris crabs as patriot who ran cisa to be shut. A twenty something tech county today has death threats and a noose put out saying it should be hung for treason because he was transferring. A report on batches from an ems to account a computer so he could read it. Mr president you've not condemned these actions or this language senators. You've not condemned this language or these actions this past to stop. We need you to step up. And if you're taking a position of leadership show some. I mean does you. I mean you know having your spokespeople come out to say. This isn't going to cut it. You need to speak up man this. You started this. I mean my crazy. Does he need to step up and condemn these this kind of behavior study. Of course he does. But you know i think just. As as president obama observed trump has failed to grow into this office into the rigor of the office. Until into the dignity of this office. He is not a person that is willing to unite the country and tamp down the rhetoric and the violence. In fact what be what he did was instead of Doubled down on his allegations of election fraud and he re tweeted that speech that we just showed and he wrote rigged election show signatures and envelopes massive voter fraud in georgia. That is the very opposite of being presidential and uniting the country. He's just being as divisive as he has ever been. He should take note and everyone should take note. The criminal threats are actionable. They are action. It is criminal you have the former cybersecurity advisor and chief being threatened by another lawyer by a trump representative. That is something that i i believe. The authority should be taking very seriously. And i think the fbi should be investigating and it's coming straight from the top. Because if that's his lawyer he's given them permission to speak for him. I mean joy. The you think he's going to speak up anytime soon. Trump showing around trump now. Yeah of course not first of all. Let's stop forget that he's the one who said maybe the second amendment do something about hillary clinton and remember that so that that That he he believes in violence apparently for his his people who are against him. But you know the other thing is not to sound like a broken record but this has been very lucrative for him to keep saying that he won. He keeps shaking down his supporters to the tune of one hundred and seventy million dollars that he is now collecting. It's fascinating to lose is to gain all of this money for him. I don't think he would have made as much money if he stays in office. He has convinced these people that he has one and they keep sending him these small donations. I feel bad for these people. I mean and let me just say something. These contributions are to his pack his leadership pac which means that the money can be used for anything from membership at golf clubs travel rallies even payments to himself cheeseburgers. New wife. anything he wants to buy he can buy one hundred and seventy million you guys out. There stopped sending him money. Stop it it's ridiculous. And that is the reason and the dissolution the fact that the man is lacking in empathy. I mean there's that always there which is what pascal. Brad cascal said. The reason he lost the the whole thing. The election is because his lacking empathy. He couldn't care less about the people who were out there getting corona virus and he never said a word about that and like put your masks on socially distant and give some leadership to these people now the opposite so yeah empathy as money. That's the name of donald trump. Okay call sarah your your thought process over seeing his lawyer threaten pretty much and keeping in mind that he's threatening people who worked for him. Does this make any sense to you. We just a couple of weeks ago. Steve bannon calling for a beheading of of a few people so this language in rhetoric rhetoric is so dangerous and scary in the highest levels of office. And i think that the politics is dry driving these attacks. The rhetoric is driving these attacks. And there's no longer politicians reigning it in there was a time where we can all remember senator mccain megan's dad who during a rally or a town hall called out a woman attacked president obama and said he's a he's an arab he's something and he said okay hold on he is a good man we disagree and i remember president obama doing the same thing about mccain during that same election time and i thought there was a time where there were grownups in the room that said some of these just fall outside the bounds of the game. And we're not seeing any of that from governor whitmer to dr fao. She has to have security guards. He's just doing science in his job. There's you know like it's a it's a disgusting reality. And the fact that there's not a loud messaging coming out to condemn that immediately and succinctly in just yes disturbing him. Yeah yeah and it should be from him in front of a camera saying we don't do that but you know what's crazy is. It appears that every time. Someone says something he doesn't like they're fake they're this. He's doing this to people in his own party. Who have no reason to help democrats win. They're doing their job and yet he's this and this. This is now a whole new place in my mind that he's taken us because if any of us had said anything like that about him you know people have been all over us it would be all said something nasty burst of people doing member. What happened to kathy griffin. Remember what happened to kathy. Griffin practically career because declare. We say whatever they want. We said since the election is not for a party. He's for people who are for him so it doesn't matter where you fall on the spectrum if you support trump. He's for you if you don't whether you're in the gop or he will cut you off and literally tell other people to do the same now sunny. You have a legal. Please feel free. Sure representatives for georgia senators kelly laughlin and david purdue said they condemned violence of any kind but also said they would not apologize for seeking accountability and accuracy in the states elections. I don't think anybody asked for that. I think people are saying to you. You need to step up not through somebody but in front of a camera saying this behavior is not okay because this is what you all stand for in georgia if this is what you want people to vote you in four. I think you're making a mistake. I don't think people like this kind of talk or this kind of behavior. Maybe i'm crazy. It's quite possible. We're going to go to break in here. Still ahead mixed messages. Former president obama tells moderate democrats leaning to start listening to the next generation of leaders like congresswoman. Aoc promoting young. People is really important. We stick so long with the same old folks and don't make room for new voices but that progressives.

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Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

"Long do you think you can hold your breath. i don't know no learning sack minute. Well showy try it. Kate winslet just set a record for holding her breath underwater to film a movie scene. She was an underwater scene for avatar. Two and she held her breath for seven minutes and fourteen seconds. No way now that beats the old record set by unsurprisingly tom cruise. Tom cruise held the record for the longest breath. Hold while filming underwater previous to this for mission impossible rogue nation when he went six minutes holding his breath. That's insane kate. Winslet said it was brilliant. And i was very proud of myself and i'll probably never be able to do that again. It came at the end of four weeks of intense training and it was in the dive tank. It was in the training tank. But i loved it so neither kate nor tom will break the real breath holding record anytime soon of you ever heard what the actual guinness record is for. David blaine hold it now. Alec alexey cigarette vendrell. Whoever that is twenty four minutes and three seconds. How do you live.

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Canceled Telluride Film Festival announces lineup

The Big Picture

01:22 min | 7 months ago

Canceled Telluride Film Festival announces lineup

"Telluride film festival decided to announce what would have been the slate of films that they were GonNa, show on. September fourth when the festival is supposed to take out, take place before it was cancelled in July, and then we also started to get some news about the New York Film Festival, which will be world premiering a few titles. I. Still don't totally understand how the New, York Film Festival is happening, but let's just talk a little bit about what's going on with film festivals right now. So last year at telluride. They debuted the world premiere of Uncut Gems and Ford versus Ferrari and Judy and first cow, and they had the North American premiere of marriage story. This was a bountiful slate. Lots to see it was a very exciting time. This year, the slate was not a strong. There were some interesting films. There were some very relevant oscar-worthy conversational picks there. I think Francis. Leaves Amanite which many people have been talking about a new movie starring Kate winslet. Insertion Ronin. We're looking for that. How many Oscar nominations to search have at this point twelve fifteen? No. I think it's four, and this will be her fifth, which just seems like I just want to say when we made our really irresponsible Oscar predictions for this year and like having seen nothing I was like I, think Social Ronin will win for this movie that I haven't seen so. At least I think I did I meant to, if I didn't you know please like revised history.

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Eyes on the Virus: The View from the CDC

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

15:00 min | 1 year ago

Eyes on the Virus: The View from the CDC

"Is working around the clock to produce and stand out more test. That's what the CDC has recommended you know how many CDC is administered these days the Centers for Disease Control and prevention also known as the CDC is probably the most recognized institution managing the Corona Virus Pandemic. They're the ones offering guidelines on symptoms travel and prevention. He might have already been to their website. Given the level of fear and confusion surrounding this pandemic I wanted to talk to one of the. Cdc's top leaders and get answers to some of your biggest questions. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction. The American public really needs to steady ourselves for a long haul here. This may be more disruptive than other outbreaks. We've been through. Dr Ranch shook. It is the principal. Deputy Director of the. Cdc This is not her first Rodeo. She's been with the CDC FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS MANAGING RESPONSES TO H One n one SARS and Ebola. I've spent a lot of time with her out in the field. I know we've already talked about the movie contagion but remember Kate. Winslet's character the virus hunter. She was modeled after. Dr Shook it. I asked her if she knows anyone. Personally who has contracted the corona virus? No not yet. But you know the epidemiology that we're seeing suggests that all of us are GonNa know someone you are the principal deputy director of the CDC talk us through a typical day for you now. Typical Day doesn't exist to every day is a new adventure But you know we're taking this really seriously for the past several months and so my days start early and they go late and they involve many calls. After I do get home we have over fifteen hundred. Cdc staff involved in the response so my day is always interesting and always challenging and involves connecting with people around the country the states and local public health. Who are on the frontline. You have worked on lots of pandemics and outbreaks in the past. Have you ever seen a response of this magnitude? The National Guard now just deployed to new. Rochelle all that. We're seeing around the country. The extent of this outbreak in the United States and around the world is is serious I was in in Beijing in two thousand three during the SARS outbreak and I saw firsthand Society really stopped I think we all saw that on. Tv when we saw Wuhan China and then who bay province literally shut down. I think each community will be making some decisions about what's the best strategy for their environment. Cdc's working closely with the state and local public health authorities to provide guidance and advice. I have seen some pretty dramatic interventions in my experience I actually was also in West Africa during Bola but I think for Americans. This is quite surprising and stunning in some of the communities. There's been a lot of news about testing and I WANNA ask you some specific questions about that but I just give me your your taken. Hell has the United States done with regard to testing compared to other countries in the world. The rollout of the laboratory testing to the public health system didn't go as quickly and smoothly as we usually see. We had hoped to be able to skill up the testing at the public health. Labs states and cities earlier than we were able to so that was a bit delayed in most of the country the commercial sector really was slow to take this on and scale up and what we saw in a couple of other countries was rapid. Scale UP OF TESTING. I would say that the jury's out about exactly what's the best way to roll out testing? I've heard from colleagues and other countries about concern that there was so much testing going on of people with no symptoms and people who really were not at risk that it clogged up the healthcare system. So I think right now. We're seeing you know we've done more than eleven thousand tests. I believe between CDC in the state and local public health labs now and the commercial labs are just coming online right now. So I think it's going to be important to use them but I know what the American public to get the impression that the right thing is for every single person who wants a test to get tested that could have negative consequences both for the healthcare system in the testing ability for everyone who really needs it right now if somebody is concerned because they have symptoms. They don't seem to have the flu. Maybe they came in contact with somebody with the corona virus as things stand now dr shook. At how easy would it be for that person to get tested? Well I think an important thing is to be connected with the healthcare system to figure out if you need testing you know. It may not be the best thing to go into a clinic and ask about that. It may be better to call. I would say that based on what I've seen so far and learned about this virus. The average person who's young and healthy without underlying conditions like heart disease lung disease kidney disease diabetes who develops cough and fever can probably stay home and Essentially self isolate until they feel better and Doesn't really need a test. Over the course of the weeks or months ahead there may be so many people with these symptoms that testing individual ones may not be as efficient and we really need to shift into the community interventions. And not the one on one or the the man to man you know. We need to move to the zone approach. It sounds like what you're saying. At some point there is going to be this acknowledgement that the virus is spreading in the community and testing every individual given that. You're not gonNA do anything different. Based on the result that testing may not make much sense. But we're not there yet right. I mean we. We still need to get an of how widespread this is in the United States. And it seems like we don't really know the answer to that question right There are a couple approaches to get an understanding of how widespread this is. So you know. We have a number of systems that we use to track a seasonal influenza and those systems are being adapted to also track cove nineteen but another of the systems that we're using as our hospital surveillance that looks at Individuals who are hospitalized for infectious respiratory disease who get influenza testing or adding the coveted nineteen testing for those individuals. So I think we're GONNA have the broad perspective of where things are going and how bad this is with some of these systems so essentially outpatients in patients critical care and also fatalities will all be tracked the way that we track for flu. But we'll be adding in the Cova testing and we're just beginning to get. Those systems rolled out in different areas. One of the questions. I get a lot Dr shook it. I'm sure you do as well has to do with schools We do see that. There are school closings and the United States. And I wonder if you think that's warranted. If that's really going to be of benefit we know that children are very important in the transmission or spread of many respiratory viruses but for the covert nineteen disease. We don't know that children are an important part of the transmission dynamics. We haven't seen that yet. That said school dismissals or school. Closures may be warranted for certain situations for instance a case in a school may appropriately prompt dismissals for cleaning. That's you know dismissals. For just a day or two so sufficient cleaning of the environment can happen. There may be schools that serve a high risk population special needs kids who have many medical problems or have staff or faculty where there's a high percentage of people who are at risk for severe complications. Those types of facilities may need to want to alter their their procedures to be able to protect the vulnerable Schools May in the weeks or months ahead experienced high absentee rates where it's really not feasible to keep the school open but we know that closing a school has a lot of unintended consequences Many times it means parents have to stay home Because their kids are home and those workplaces the parents go to. We'll have unexpected high absenteeism. We know also that A high percentage of American children depend on schools for lunch and for meals. And so What we really want schools to be doing now and communities to be doing is to think through if we do end up needing to close a school for a shorter learn longtime or needing to dismiss students for shorter longtime. What can we get ready to go? That will help. Kids be able to learn while they're home. People who need to be fed be be able to be fed while the school was closed and You know making sure. There's good communication systems so that the community knows what to do when the school will reopen and so forth with Spring break next week. This is another question I get a lot. What is the guidance the? Cdc is giving on travel leaving aside international countries for. Why would you recommend people not travel this next week during spring break? We'll we think that People who are vulnerable those who are elderly with underlying conditions or those with series underlying conditions. Who aren't that elderly Should think twice about about travel. One of the issues is the uncertainty of where you're going and You know what the circumstances will be where you're going We also think that large gatherings you know these. These conferences that bring people together from all across the country. It's not necessarily that being at a conference itself is that Dangerous or being at a large event like in a one of the festival's but I think what we're concerned about. Is that individuals who come from across the country to a large event in then returned to you know fifty or a hundred different cities could bring that virus back into many communities and really speed up how this virus spreads across the country and a mass gathering is. How many people would you say you know? This is going to be variable. We've posted some recommendations on our website. They're called community mitigation strategies. Really what we call social distancing so there's not an absolute number for mass gathering you kind of know it when you see it. But if it's filled with high risk people or people like on a cruise ship where there's lots of high risk people and they're going to be going back to a million places and the shared environment is difficult to keep clean. Those are the kinds of settings that were concerned about. You know I've really been struck by the fact that most of the headlines make the point I think correctly that eighty percent or so of the people who are infected by this virus will recover and be okay but we have defined the vulnerable population as you've mentioned and I wonder for you know people who are in their seventies or eighties. Who are listening right now. People who may have an underlying condition the here this Dr shook it and for many of them. It feels like a death sentence. Just waiting to happen. How do you? How do you respond to them? Yeah every individual's different and there's not a a certain age cutoff or a certain disease that puts you at astronomically higher risk than someone else But there's things that everyone can do Higher Risk and lower risk certainly reducing the context that you have if you are in one of these high risk groups reducing the social exposures finding alternative ways to socialize whether it's by phone or online or video chats with loved ones making sure that you have you know supplies at home medicines at home So the most important things are to reduce those exposures and limit the chances that Joel contract the virus. Now if you do get the virus Most people Will Not have the severe outcomes is just the the risk for the elderly and those with underlying conditions is higher that you'll have those more complicated courses One of the reasons we're trying to slow the spread and really strengthen the healthcare system is so that if you do get infected and you do have a difficult pneumonia or a complicated course of the illness. We WanNa make sure that the healthcare system conserve you. Well one thing that people should know is that their clinical trials going on right now of new drugs that may be promising to reduce the seriousness of the infection. And I I hope that we'll have results of those in the next few months. We've all heard about vaccine studies. Those are going to take much longer but the therapy trials should have some results in the next few months. And that's the kind of thing that would be very helpful to know in the future and just finally stare into your crystal ball for a second. It's early March. How long do you think we're GONNA be talking about this? Well I think we need to be ready for this to be a problem for some time. Many respiratory viruses have a season -ality more disease in the winter and spring less in the summer But YOU. You will recall that with influenza in two thousand nine. When in very new influenza pandemic strain emerged we had disease during the summer to. It didn't go away completely. We had large outbreaks in summer camps and so forth. That was a virus where schoolchildren were really important and it may have been that the summer break from school reduced the circulation and then soon as kids went back to school. We saw a big increase again in the fall. I have to say. We're preparing for a response that lasts months and I think if this virus turns out to be one that sticks with us as a I in terms of humans until we have high levels of immunity either because so many people had mild infection and got protected or because we have a vaccine. We may need to be ready to deal with this virus for years and I think the systems that have led us down or been less robust than we had wanted are going to be critical for us to invest in and to make sure that we do better during this response and that we do even better for the next

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How does body image impact mental health?

FT News

07:02 min | 1 year ago

How does body image impact mental health?

"Impact is body image half on a mental health Darren Dodd discusses while bodies often cause of shame and distress and what can be done about two with Chris O'Sullivan, the UK's mental health foundation and London deputy teacher vanilla Kennedy. Chris this year steam for mental health wellness week in the UK is body image. Why they chose in that? Well, it's something that many people relate to. But there isn't always disgusted and always out in the open something that baiters all ages and stages of our life from schools in young people to lay to life. And it's the bit challenging is something that people don't find it easy to talk about. And as we get further into our work to promote mental health awareness. We want to explore some of the more difficult topics and make some progress on those you put up some interest in research gives you the top lines from that. Yeah. We wanted to know bit more about body image. So last year, we covered stress and we discovered around twenty percent of people felt by their body image caused them to feel overwhelmed or unable to Cape in the last year. So we wanted to know more about body image. And the figures are quite stark. I mean, we expected to see quite a high proportion of people having. Ng trouble with their body image, and how it made them feel but around eighteen percent of UK adults in our survey of four thousand five hundred dollars with yougov said that they had had suicidal thoughts as a result of their body image around a third had experienced feelings of anxiety and around third. So thirty five percent had experienced depression. We also asked people whether they had felt take your emotions in relating to their body image and nineteen percent of UK handles had said that they were disgusted as a result of their body image and twenty percents said they hid experienced shame. So these are emotions we don't want people to feel particularly since the proportion of respondents saying that they felt proud or happy was relatively low at nine percent and sixteen percent. So we see that there's an issue here. And we wanted to look into that a little bit more we had gender. For example, we find that more women than men had reported having liberally themselves as a result can. Of their body image around one in ten of the women who responded to the survey compared to four percent of men but twenty five percent of men in the survey reported feeling depressed about their body image. So it's not just a women's issue. Although is something that affects women in particular young women and that needs to be addressed. It's not just adults accosted spats, though, the image and worries among school kids and teenagers. You've got some research coming out on that swell. Right. Absolutely. So in the main survey we look to eighteen to twenty four rediscovered the eighteen twenty fours generally had more concerns about their body image. But we did a specific poll with teenagers and one of the things that came up were cross the board with social media. So twenty percent of UK adults belt that images on social media had caused them worries about their body image. And that was forty six percent of eighteen to twenty thousand survey. Amazon broadly similar to what we were hearing from teenagers. What indeed we've been hearing from young people through our schools programs and our young people's programmes. Which is just another reason why this is an issue that we need. To concentrate on less. It could time to turn to finunc. Finale. How much of a problem is it causing? I teach at a very academic girls school with an Aggripa very academic gull schools, and I really agree with Chris that this is an issue that justifies girls. However, what's really interesting to me is that when a prospective parents expect the atmosphere our school one of the questions, I always ask is is there a lot of issues around body image. Is there a lot of anorexia bulimia your school? Obviously. I answer gory. No because we're incredibly practical about it. But it's interesting that they always ask that of girls schools, and I say to them did you also have eaten when you send your boy there in the answer's always. No. And my feeling is that with women in particular, we buy into the beauty and diet and exercise industry with such vigor, and we spend billions on those industries, and it feels to me that the lack of funding and awareness around. These issues is actually quite cynical and deliberate because it's not really an industry or government interests. Make this a better situation for young people. You see, for example, the lack of regulation around social media. Now, I think we'll all agree that we don't know yet because it's grown so quickly and without any sense of control and any real research into it. How much of an impact session media hasn't body image? But I do know that having been a teenage girl and worked with literally thousands of them, the teenage girls potential to compare herself negatively to others, and particularly the way that she looks has to be exacerbated by the opportunity to do that relentlessly online. So you know, I used to pats compare myself Kate Winslet in a magazine, but I wasn't looking at the celebrities ation of ordinary people all over my social media for seven to nine hours a day. So I think it's potentially really dangerous, and I think we have to look at more than just providing child and adolescent mental health services at the end of the process where things have really fallen apart and teenagers sent hospital's director and focused much on early intervention. And that's why what Chris in the mental health foundation. Do. Doing in terms of lobbying against the relentlessness of messaging by advertising campaigns. And so on is so important social media, usually grabs the headlines for this. Oh, we confusing cause and effect here. Could it be that troubled kids are seeking solace online? How could we ever know? But what I would say a totally buy into the nation that only child may well, spend more time gaming on social media than a child has an active healthy Seychelle life with lots of hobbies. And so on However, I don't know any young people he wants online, and I don't think that we have an entire generation of lonely children seeking solace online. So what we do know is the genie's out of the bottle, and I wouldn't want to demonize the internet, and in some ways, if you look at how for example, politically active generation is you look at someone like gratitude and Berg and the way that she sees the internet to raise environmental issues young people use the internet incredibly, positively as well, so it mustn't demonize it and make the move feel like they can't look at Kardashian without falling apart thing, that's an issue. But what I think is that we really need to be helping them build. Sense of self esteem is actually about liking themselves not just focusing on the shell of them and what they perform to other people. It's actually about I own my space. I like my voice I like my opinions. I've got good friends just social media traditional majors well-placed apart. Of course, it does. I recently rates are letter to net flex about a film to the bone, which in my view in numerously glamorized what it is to suffer manorexic, which is a potentially fatal and incredibly dangerous disease. And what that film, which was watched by literally millions of young people were saying was in fact, being thin is a good thing. And it was teaching you how to be just in enough but not being hospital, which I think is insane. Chris at

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Matthew McConaughey Wanted to Be the Jack to Kate Winslet's Rose in Titanic

Fred and Angi

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Matthew McConaughey Wanted to Be the Jack to Kate Winslet's Rose in Titanic

"kate winslet" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Gotta get on that diab junior all you come into that area random swedes yawn this lead the em the mon heart will always go on like real wow at blake made him do it both of say her people made selene the on new we know what she is older reaching so maybe you're right i have that likes leon since titanic because it was number one on trl every day i got home for school for like a year so i really have because leave yeah i'm just just saying sobibor deserve a spots but no seven girls and saw the seventeen times new phone number one euro for a year the room on that there was on that staff think the capital enough the die yes jackson after died kate winslet anyway but yeah no the looking up offense name in the song that that music videos four ashes by selene the on ashes that's her lose every since she left like vegas today is worried around the time it was getting really big now why is anybody going to see us leave yang concert as where she shaved blues the adele where she just singing i'm just saying looms but straight.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on One Two Review

"Yeah either way if fingers is the name of these a an old prisoner of the prison that she got in a coma in the whole thing i don't know the pot doesn't matter sh she wakes up it's just so dark just couldn't see anything it's it's a ghost but the what's the twisted ends up not being a ghost actually we do who lives here it does star kate winslet you could've told it could be anybody though you could have been anyone yeah absolutely i mean listen if you watch this movie with headphones on you can sort of get that it's kate winslet with the voice there's no they're casts listed anywhere either i know i think there's other actress in this there's other voices for shared that i i don't think our kate winslet i gotta feeling feeling that they just kind of made this movie in a couple of days in a dark room maybe a tax write off maybe yeah maybe there's a big tax write off i will say that we're a couple of jump scares in there i really got freaked out by some fingers sure yeah this fingers are creepy their gross so again who i don't know who let's those fingers though i don't think those are kate winslet's fingers i don't think he played like unless she played everything everyone been cut everyone implied that she is in a coma and everything's taking place in her head maybe.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Jim cameron again you know he is a genius it doesn't matter what story you may have read about that man he is an absolute genius and i loved avatar i mean i i don't know single he didn't some very excited and find out if present day kate winslet could go on have a cup of tea or whatever with heavenly creatures our our sense infants believing titanic like what we've been going through here and share so the wisdom that may be is what you're saying to these younger costars or whatever it may be just what you've learned over the course of all what we've been talking about today what would be the thing that you could say to that person is more to life in cheek this in a fresh to be the end of the precious to be thin prussia inner to conform be a certain size and shape is still out there is still exists and that depresses me it i can't tell you unwise no one talking about this you know it's just may your will earn i was very youknowwho people should be talking about this you know i had as a change i don't know how you change your whole approach to in a business i mean we're seeing it in some ways now but i think we are seeing it now with an caught in a baluch what's hot to happen right you know look what's had to happen in ah but i on my 40th birthday i had a dream the night of my forty th birthday was so profound and i had in my dream i had gone back to school to visit my old teacher but the teacher was stuck in the period in time that i was in school and actually in the classroom was.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I caught on his brilliant about oh yes others are they haven't caused it yet and she said she knew she mentioned like five women who they had talked about who will nothing like me as a dammit i really wanna know really how do i get into meet me for this on my car show how do i how do i do this and then i thought well okay i'm going to convince them that i can looked like her and there aren't very many pictures of the real donna hoffman available online anywhere at all but i found two and on my i said to my husband okay when i'm at work tomorrow we were in australia at the time most where he will address maker so what i'm about more when you go to a week sharpened by couple of weeks and so he did so he went to wake shabwa he bought this short dark hedwig and i made myself look nothing like myself and i put on this wig and a pera glasses and i took a photo on i sent it to scott rudin just with and with nothing but nothing nothing even in the subject bars and that apparently he sent it to iron sorkin who wrote back saying who's the huts and then danny boyle and i match and and i see said to donny we we already had we only have an hour to meet and it was off seven i am on a thursday morning in australia because that's where i was working in he was on his way through and i said i told him why i wanted to play the pause and what i thought i could do with it and then i realized that time was running out my had to go to the set attend him said look listen just i really i really do won't play this pont and i know that i can and i will have your back and i will be the one person you never have to worry about on the loss thing i have to say before i go is i must not look anything like myself to the point where we have to almost trick people even if they know that kate winslet in that film we have to have them look for me because they don't recognize there.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Obviously but is certainly made life very very difficult for everyone and i know that he was very hard to deal with for those people during that edit meanwhile i'm marriage to some and we did revolutionary road together and suddenly the two films end up coming out at the same time i cannot complain about the outcome of any part of it obviously i count not for one second but harvey did that all deliberately and it was completely unnecessary really unpleasant business tactics for on the way oscar grubber well yes sir was and the way that he spoke to people the way that he spoke to me the way that he spoke to people in my working life to people in my own personal life was so appalling and he'd done it for absolutely years and i just thought to myself well if i can just get my own back in some way at this awful man i'm not going to thank him if i happened to win the oscar i am not going to say thank you scott word him was my friend and he had to take his name off the rita because it was so hard for him to continue to work with harvey on a business level he was just so horrible to deal with an an and everybody knows that and i'm not christ knows i'm not the only one on any any kind of business level who is struggle with harvey weinstein he would do things like you know i was one of the ones he would label difficult because i wouldn't do the things he would ask me to do on a business level so he would try and build in special caveats in my contract so he would dangle the carrot of a role say oh we want you for things that i shouldn't say because other people of played those parts brilliant they are we want you for this pot but only if and he would build in these caveats in my contract which would literally say things like kate winslet will agree to do whatever press i tell her to because again i guess it comes beckley oscar for hanoi was such a central yes so you've got us through the campaign regardless of the age of my children regardless of whether my.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Test i love their new cell phone as bright i love there the way in which they they mix these really eclectic moviegoing night some ways in which they speak mix product so that's an interesting question to because that's the difference between say of booker in a program rice people think by ozone books films for some of programming a whole evening in thinking about the kind of audience and i would say to go back to your earlier question one of the ways independent movie hitters have done a really good job set their bread and butter if you will is knowing their audience they will claimed another audience better because they have one two or three theaters or because they're involved in the local market they're not booking you know two thousand screens across the country they know the neighborhood that therein they know the movie gore's that they have the knew exactly what they like when they don't like and they can cater more nimbly to the local audience versus thinking about how many screens of last yet i do i need to book on that note ross melnik thank you for joining us thank you and now from my interview with kate winslet over the course of an epic conversation at the hotel casa del mar along the beach in santa monica the forty two year old than i discuss a wide range of topics among them how girl from a family of impoverished actors wound up working in commercials by the age of eleven dubbing films by the age of thirteen starring in a drama series by the age of fifteen and landing her first big screen roll in peter jackson's heavenly creatures at the age of seventeen how she landed her first leading role in a film as rose dewitt bukater opposite leonardo dicaprio jack dawson in james cameras titanic which he made when she was just 21 and which was released when she was just twenty two and how she handled the massive celebrity that came with the films phenomenal success why seven years later the opportunity to star opposite jim carey in the drama the eternal sunshine of the spotless mind was such a game changer for her really a career reboot after many years of period piece costume dramas why she thinks she has subsequently gravitated towards so many projects that are literary adaptations and.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Pat powered by everyone rwandan thank you for tuning into a very special one hundred ninety third episode of awards chatter hollywood reporter's awards podcast i'm host scott feinberg and my guest today may well be the greatest screen actress of her generation over the last twenty three years this beautiful brit has starred in fifty films and gave great performances in many of them including 1994 is heavily creatures 1995 sense and sensibility 1990 six as hamlet 1997 titanic 2000s quills two thousand one's iris two thousand four's eternal sunshine of the spotless mine and finding neverland two thousand six is little children two thousand eight the reader an revolutionary road two thousand eleven carnage two thousand thirteen labor day two thousand fifteen steve jobs and most recently in the two thousand seventeen woody allen drama de wonder will only four women in history meryl streep katherine hepburn bette davis and geraldine page have accumulated more acting oscar nominations than her seven one of which resulted in a win for the reader she also possesses four golden globes three sag awards one emmy and one grammy as well as the hearts of a generation of people like me who fell in love with her through the biggest movie of our lifetime titanic twenty years ago i'm talking of course about kate the great otherwise known as kate winslet but first i was joined in the glass l park section of los angeles by one of the world's leading experts on film exhibition among other filmrelated areas doctor ross melnik and associate professor of film and media studies at uc santa barbara melnik who got his be a brandeis university and both his man phd at ucla is the founder of the website cinema treasures and the author of two thousand four's cinema treasures a new look at classic movie theaters and two thousand fourteen american showman samuel roxie rather fell and the birth of the entertainment industry nineteen away to nineteen 35 his next book screening the world hollywood's global exhibition empires is being part.

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"kate winslet" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kate winslet" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

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