17 Burst results for "Lloyd Kaufman"

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"I think it's the Lloyd Kaufman. Michael hers soul, we put that in movies, and with Lee we like comedy, but we're both kind of a dark sense of humor. And I'm extremely. Publicly minded a as Oliver Wendell own said. He was on the supreme court the Justice. The man doesn't live until he really shares the actions and passions of his time and return to return to nuke alive, aka volume two is a lot of fun. It's very entertaining. But it's it's it can change the world. It's it's a deals with major major major societal teams which festivals like Toronto or or or the thing in New York. The one downtown Tribeca in Tribeca and the hand, you know, they're they're not interested in that their budgets to high. They have to play it safe. Hunky guys night of the chicken dead should have been in Tribeca. It's a New York movie for Becca supposed to support New York, independent filmmakers it was. Well, reviewed it was when it opened in New York the theater in which it play was the highest grossing theater in the in the in the nation, but Tribeca was afraid of it till years later two years later three years. Later. They showed a movie poultry guys is about zombie chicken Indians. It's about the disgrace of the fast food industry, the obliteration and torture of millions of chickens, and then weaves at into the history of the extermination of the American Indians, and among other things, but that God forbid, you know, that's too much for Tribeca. So two years later, they they do play a movie about his ambi- beavers writing, absolutely, no political content. But you know, it was kinda goofy. They played at midnight. And they wouldn't get fired for that. And they didn't take any chances, and that's been the Thome away. Then twenty years later after Tomio Juliet would shit. Again, got good reviews, but didn't get into any major festivals got into about twenty of the better quality science fiction festivals. But the the festival's that should have been playing it. We're we're afraid of it. And now James Gunn is the God of Hollywood. Right. Guardians of the galaxy which is a beautiful. And of course, twenty years later. The museum did a chase, boo. Festival Shakespeare series, and they had three Romeo and Juliet movies, Chris and one was buzz limb and one was rally and the most of the only one that fills up the room the auditorium, which is a big one the only one that filled up the museum about an odd. Sort of told him was told me and Juliet at four in the afternoon, the other ones where it's six o'clock and right across right? The point is we are making good movies when making movies that are entertaining and movies that candidate change the world, and and everything in traumas war. For example, we made that nineteen eighty seven and be MTA Motion Picture Association of America. Totally disemboweled it for no reason. Yeah, they let Bruce Willis's dead. Of die hard, his pigment. We die hard. Yeah. Thanks. They. That was no problem serious violence. There's no problem, but the trauma cartoony goofy cartoon violence, and they cut out punches. They cut out dead bodies. They cut up bullet hits. They told me they removed everything from our movie, and it was at a time when we had just had the toxic avenger class of nukem high. We had a couple of hits and and they they told him. So the fans when they saw the obliterated from his war in the fans would look like they're Bambi. And they were they thought we were selling out. Right. And then the few toothless old men that the veterans that showed up to see the movie traumas war. They were like what the hell is this this guy attached to the head the general pets that's Siamese twin it's? Guy in a corporate suit. You know, known Terry industrial complex, what kind of war film is this, you know, so they really they totally screwed us. And they did that for many companies, but most of the little companies the living studios had it. So they would go out of business and stupidly news on money. But they can't that doesn't put us out of business yet over where we're hanging on where we're hanging on by thread..

Tribeca New York Tomio Juliet Bruce Willis Oliver Wendell Lloyd Kaufman Lee James Gunn Motion Picture Association of supreme court Michael Toronto Terry industrial complex Thome Becca Romeo Hollywood Chris twenty years
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Verizon who is now getting rid of net neutrality on the internet net neutrality being the open free and democratic internet without which would be no Kickstarter. There would be no many many cures cancer all sorts of professor real doctorine doctorates all that stuff is thanks to to net neutrality. The flea open and diverse. Plainfield where everybody has the same right to express oneself. And if a trauma has something that the public wants to see we have just as much ability. If he put up something decent that it isn't has. And but that's gonna go away. Now. Thanks to this edge. It pie who is now being investigated as being criminal. He's being investigated for for collusion. Basically, it would be a phone company. So, you know, they wanna get rid of the child, and they wanna have the elite the elites the media doesn't billionaire want to have a superhighway. We're only they can afford to be. So they'll put their content there homogenize content upon the superhighway, and we we won't be able to pay for that. You'll be on the internet. It's like dirt road, you know, in the dirt take a long time to buffer be like the public access TV. You know, the only ones mother tombs in so. That's what net neutrality is trying to base it to where you would have to pay a higher subscription fee for lack of better term to get the quicker internet to get all the different functions. And if you can't afford, it you go back to plugging your phone cord into the wall, exactly more smoke signals. You know, the other thing is they now have the white already doing it, even though they don't really have the right to flaw to slow down competition content as they call it using the word art, but they've got the right to slow down. And censor Google is throwing is d- monetize, many many YouTube stars simply because they might have a four letter word in their in their outreach to the public Nissan moviemakers, necessarily, these philosophers comedians, scientists, you know, they might the word I don't wanna use it. It's eight four letter word might come up when they're talking to the camera. They see monetize. And they're all this. You know, every time somebody like the angry video game nerd becomes famous and gets hundreds of millions of eyeballs. Those are millions of eyeballs that looping Murdoch doesn't get. So, you know, it's quite obviously, the emperors and dictators who want to kill off the independent competition traumas breadcrumbs compared to many of the very popular YouTube stars, and and maybe they'll be able to afford to go on super high wing. But the way it's going Comcast. And the other ISP's internet service providers will have the right to fossil slowdown competition and speed up their own content and favor their own content. And the worst of this is that history. So the top so much, but it's morning here in trauma. They'll and the lady full beans, they the history of this thing is that the I. The ISP and the phone companies went to Clinton and saying, hey, we don't want to be soon. If we if somebody codes. Chris Jericho online and hire someone to kill Lloyd costs twice. We Comcast don't wanna get shoot for that. That's called. So we want to be a common carrier like the phone company, AT and T is gonna get to you. You make a deal for you to kill my wife. And so the the Clinton gave them a released on his watch the internet service goodbye, it were given the the common carrier designation. It's called type of two I got a lawyer with I'm not cook at congress person. But that's the basic fact so now they want to get that privilege. They wanna be protected from from lawsuits, but yet they also want the white to slow down a certain content and speed up their own content and the telephone companies under the title to required to give service everybody and also the ISP as under net neutrality in order to be classified as common carrier. They agreed to that neutrality, which not only meant they had to treat. Everybody qual part of the first amendment, but they also had to providing that service people out in the sticks. Which is really weird because those are the people in many cases who have both. Good for the Trump clam car. So so I don't understand why they're getting rid of Joe it just hurts them urge the Trumpster elite forces..

Comcast YouTube Verizon Clinton Plainfield professor Chris Jericho Google AT Trump Murdoch Joe congress Nissan Lloyd
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Celebrate the release of return to return to nukem high trauma, founder and filmmaker. Lloyd Kaufman returns to talk as Jericho. Loyd is talking about what it took to get the movie made what it was like working with the late Motorhead frontman. Lemme lemme his last movie appearance before he passed Lewis got some great stories about hanging out with limit strip clubs and driving around Los Angeles Loiseau sharing stories from the set and talking more about traumas legendary over the top special effects that have influenced everyone from Quentin Tarantino to ally Roth to Steven Spielberg to Chris Jericho. That's true. And wait till you hear some of the Aila celebs who got their start at trauma films. Very crazy stuff. Boys could sell some stories about how Samuel Jackson Kevin Costner. And even Robert deniro all got stuck. Started at trauma. Here we go talk is Jericho with the return of the return of Loyd com. All right here on Lloyd. Kaufman. Back on talk, his Jericho, and Lord, I gotta tell you. You had one of the best pitches to get on the show that have heard in a while you said, can you please get me on the show before it kicked the bucket? Very, you know, I'm a senior citizen. This is my fiftieth year of making movies, Chris and thank you so much for supporting the the art of trauma entertainment. Well, let's talk about that. I mean, I mean, obviously, the such a huge history of trauma and all the stuff that you guys have done. But basically you said this is your forty fifth year of trauma. Yeah. Say these conglomerates, they do everything they kill the independent movie studio, and they just interfered that it wasn't the Russians. I say this is the commission of vnc someone's acting into this conversation trying to stop the promotion of trauma. Yeah. Exactly. That's what they're doing. They killed the knowing dependent movie studios left except for home entertainment that have any long gem. Right. They can't live conglomerate so powerful. But that that's an interesting point the last independent movie studio in America or the world today. Is trauma. Well, we're certainly the oldest don't think they're any independent movie studios that are independent, right. The the word independent now has been taken away at has been appropriated by vassals of the of the big studios like there'd be someday film festival claims to be independent, but they were worshiping Harvey Weinstein up on the hill for how many years right vassal of the of the mainstream conglomerates division of Disney. Right, right. We're the last independent one. And I began Chris says, you know, there were many many independent movie studios. And now. Basically where the last long long lived one. And what was the reason for that? Do you think Lloyd Y is trauma lasts for the last forty five years? Well, fans keep us going, and you of course, and, but the reason that there is no there's hardly any independent film activity. That's truly independent that gets to the public is that the rules have been changed the rules to protect the public against monopoly like the consent decree of nineteen forty eight which which forbid for baby conglomerates some owning or controlling movie studios that law whether way under Reagan and the financial. Was the one that? Shop vertical integration of the television industry that whether way Clinton on Clinton the greatest Republican president ever. So those two rules have destroyed any ability for totally independent movie studio to make profit without the participation of a vassal of one of these everyone should be the national media conglomerates such as that FOX Sony by Akam or eighteen hours is going to buy Time Warner side. Right. We the the devil worshipping conglomerates. I like that. I was good. Well, devil-worshipping international conglomerates. And and Furthermore, the, you know, it's getting more and more consolidated and your your FCC communications Commissioner at pie. He was a flak is in and the telephone industry who are taking over the world of art. Now, you know, AT and T is buying time. Warner among other things you already have Comcast a basically a cave in company like telephone. And I, you know, common carrier owns NBC universal. So it's a it's a whole cartel is they cut tell him. There's no way to penetrate behind the mainstream without you an independent getting up. I didn't want to say say bad word. Would be the way I look at it. And it's the truth is, no otherwise written seven books and everything I've said this come to. And now you've got FCC this FCC cheap agit pie at Blackwell..

Chris Jericho Jericho Lloyd Kaufman Warner Loyd FCC Robert deniro Aila Quentin Tarantino founder Lloyd NBC Harvey Weinstein FCC communications Commissione Samuel Jackson Lewis Lloyd Y Steven Spielberg Los Angeles Kevin Costner
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

"The true to buy soul and brain and heart as much as possible i think that's what arts all about right it's a it's a your spirit again i i was seduced i speak french and the film society had a stack of caja cinema in the office and so i started reading that stuff and in those days it was written by it's the cinemas the magazine as you know of the cinematheque francais and and and you yeah i'm tom chris on whom tom cruise oh wow he just heard about tom cruise he's got a big boat and penalty takes people he took them at pudgy guy on late night tv they did a skit with this big sightseeing boat it was called tom cruise and and tom cruise is the is the whole boat is got different compartments based on movies of was quite clever actually was on court tv show but but so i bought into go dr was writing in those days they were transitioning i shall role and melville i think they would write about the odor theory and so i bought into that and one of the main reasons i stayed in new york and became a under sorta underground filmmaker type so what you're i even for being in the canon well again i i it certainly mike cannon in my personal cannon but i don't i don't put it in a class well i it's i think it's an important movie because it's part of the work of an of an important director and i in the same way that romero made martin and most people haven't seen martin but it's a wonderful vampire movie but i don't think the word vampire is even mentioned but it's believe his first movie and it's a beautiful film gets more of a film nuoro.

caja cinema tom chris tom cruise new york director romero martin melville mike cannon
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

"And what's interesting about that one is that the exterior was shot in philadelphia but after about eight days if i remember correctly the teamsters found us in philadelphia and they and they rested and the movie went back to la but all those great locations had been filmed and including the punching the meat in the in the meat locker they meet freezer whatever you call it in which philadelphia yeah we all did it was well it was freezing cold didn't smell that bad it was freezing cold it was very cold but the the interior of that scene in which i'm still own carries me on his shoulder and flops me into the bar in the interior that was in la and i paid i had to pay my way to la to to get the in the get in that part of the scene let's talk about cry uncle what is it about this movie that you love so much i think that thing it taught me was you don't have to be assigned crap you can you can create you can make something good out of anything you just have to fight for it a little bit and what a good guy lee hessel was basically his money in a small you know we raised a little and maybe a couple of other people but you know he he was really open to letting john totally change the movie totally change it right from a kind of a goodlooking schlaug.

philadelphia teamsters la lee hessel john eight days
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

"So vigneault is maybe you know honestly i don't recall whether so no i don't i don't know that alison i think most of this is alison i i don't think they will i don't remember a lot of improvisation going on when you're making this film are you picturing this by the way if i may interrupt interject as they say so vino starred in another alison movie called slow dancing in the big city where he plays the romantic lead and that's a pretty interest that's a very good movie about ballet and i'm in that one too but it's a it didn't do too well do ballet no he plays jimmy breslin basically the reporter he plays a kind of a raincoat dirty raincoat harddrinking like jimmy breslin it was paid the part was based on jimmy prison you're younger making this movie are you imagine that you're making a movie that do did you call it rebellious did you consider it to be like thumbing your nose at hollywood what we picturing this film is being again i was only production manager and of their because alison i tend to fight alison as being very talented and that was my film school joe cry uncle saturday night fever and slow dancing the big city those the only jobs i ever had in my life but that was my film school really and whilst we work organizing trauma in nineteen seventy four i would take jobs on on rocky and worked on that one too and and movies like slow dancing and that was about it that was it really my film school those alison movies.

alison jimmy breslin reporter hollywood production manager fever
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

"Have you seen that movie you must see joe it's it's an it's a johnson movie with peter boyle's first film as susan sarandon's first film lloyd kaufman's first job as you know shit boy or whatever but i also the first day on the set i saw shot that appleton was setting up and i said this guy's knows what he's this guy is talented this guy is not a schlock oh guy and i remember i went to look at i went to up to the camera and i looked in the ip said some union guy went crazy for that camera getaway was my first experience with the wonderful union mentality don't let anybody learned anything it's all the secret keep it a secret right joe jeff anderson is film about a man being protective of his daughter being an sort of harry type of film a man trying those joe was a was a generational a conflict of generations and it was inspired by the the fact that the construction workers were beating hippies in in the late sixties early seventies there was this backlash against hippie yeah yeah see a hippie walk by which isn't really it was a trend same age where the their felt like different construction workers sort of an ira types just think of nra fifty year old fat white guys who gonna protect us that's why we need those guns thank heavens for those porky beef e fifty year old guys with guns who.

peter boyle susan sarandon lloyd kaufman appleton joe jeff anderson nra harry ira fifty year
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on The Canon

"He should yeah we we don't talk much these days but he was he was correct on sugar cookies he you know we we had an older producer director team and we were raising the money and producing i wrote the script and at levian drama at mary warren off yes vertigo it was our vertigo basically and but sept it was to lesbian trying to recreate lesbian lover instead of male female vertigo this is what we had the wrong director unfortunately i mean it's it's a very interesting film that's very good film but it's it's too boring and oliver was onto oliver said i should direct and we he and i raised he and i and what am i ill buddies basically raised all the money for these two guys who are older and we unfortunately listen to them so if anybody out there is young do not listen to old experience people go with your gut sure i wouldn't listen to me no definitely no do not listen to lloyd coffin well there's certain things you could listen to me read my books they were pretty intelligent we've picked out a film to talk about this week from the spirit of sugar cookies from this really interesting period in the early nineteen seventies when it feels like all these incredible voices go go onto shape the next forty years of hollywood are making movies with lots of tits in them and we're doing a film called cry uncle directed by john john jay appleton who's one of the first people inaugurated the end of the canon when we did rocky before he does rocky he does this phone call cry uncle which if people did not know that johnny appleton could shoot movies with a lot of breasts this is a movie with a ton of fucking breasts there are so many press in this movie this is a breast movie in this is interesting time like i'm i watched this movie i'd never seen this movie before you recommended that we do it and.

mary warren director oliver hollywood john john jay appleton johnny appleton producer lloyd coffin rocky forty years
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Technology do that book was written in part by mr trent hager your book he did sidebars and we had a huge very violent bitter debate in that book thirty five millimeter versus digital and this was during the v h s stays and trent was pushing for digital and i was still stuck in the thirty five millimeter world all longer in that world right now we can't be with digital's better i'm convinced it's better yeah and i ended up no films much more expensive but so what would you say i mean is it that easy to make your own movie to make your own damn movie no it's the hardest thing in the world i respect anybody anybody who actually gets a movie completed i have the it's the hardest thing in the world i don't know of anything any profession that's harder you take scripts people send you do i read a lot of scripts deed i don't i can't read everything that we too much but but right now i'm not reading anything making my own move i do read a lot of outside scripts well this has been tidy more heidi more sent one in and we're financing film wow and what's the budget what's the most you'll spend on a movie well if i directed is going to be under four hundred thousand and that's my own money to we were spending my wife and i might beautiful wife is spending spending money doesn't have the money do you have thing called presales utah cna we don't have an is never did that to even we always got more when we made the movie and then presented it now we could doesn't matter whether we presell it post sell it it's it's there's only small number of players left and i don't know how any i made my movie for under a million in indiana and you know it's it seems like.

mr trent hager indiana
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Oh i don't if i could say anything no i know he's producing my buddy our mutual friend yarbrough david your eski so yes yes they met through trauma trauma dance film festival that's where they met on the trauma dance film festival park city utah james also met his best friend stevie black art yes meal and juliet and we're all buddies dave you're and i did a short film that he directed i wrote and produced called gile about a giant child now palm springs film festival online but yeah you know i i just look at a guy like you that just loved so making loves ella movies period love movies what's your favorite movie of all time i think the movie that affected me the most was ms gucci princess yang fe i wasn't chinese studies major yale so i steeped in all that see i don't know that movie it's it's a musical ci eve's he's probably the greatest filmmaker in history they say he's the john ford of japan but it's the other way john ford is great but i think john i'm going to watch it you're gonna tax may some things it's very hard to find but you'll you can find it and it's it was a religion it's so good to me it i had such a profound experience watching that movie that i never wanted to see it again because it was was such a if you look up sublime in the in the dictionary you're going to find that definition princess yang fake what do you would you say to filmmakers to new filmmakers guys wanna go out because you've always said go out and make your own movie your book she talked about this damn movie right it's that easy right away.

utah john ford yarbrough david juliet dave ella japan
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"All of joe moon of romeo and juliet james than i based tromo juliet on george lucas a black and white movie with norma shearer and leslie howard and the art direction the music it's all from it's all from did you pay james too much feel like now you'd like to extra twenty five dollars james gunn oh my god that's he was amazing he but you know when i came to the set of what's the movie he made small movie he made a big speech to the they were like three thousand people there and he he stopped and made a speech to them saying that he channels me when he's making a movie so that's pretty cool do you think you were the crystal you were you were in guardian two hours later mark next yeah one of the martin next was one of the original gardens the gallivan so on this he had us as one of the ravin gers ravages and and we were in the end credits to so i asked him i interviewed on like come on his loan coming back which meant me i'm coming back stolen comes because yeah no sliced ligament back of course grads psycho so anybody else who's like what do you mean he's fucking with yeah so well for for for me i was you were made of crystals i was made of obscurity so and james claimed because i was killed because the planet blew up i was therefore no no par to thanks james gone i'm done no wait a minute now i know i take all that back because i just got a call this is never been announced i just got a call from james gunn that he would like me in that movie he is producing now i guess what harm movie i i don't even know what it is i do.

joe moon martin juliet james george lucas norma shearer leslie howard james gunn twenty five dollars two hours
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Very brought a big crowd of people to see the short so just as my movies starting like fifty people walk out that was kind of depressing for a person who just graduated from college first movie is in a meal walked out i had to be fifty people okay maybe it was definitely enough so that it was ugly because they were walking out during the beginning of my manager feel about that i was i was really pissed off and i i did tell ella very very angry yeah what about your mom your dad was my father was interviewed fathers in battle of return and the best movie the best scene in the movie is thought is at the beginning and he's he he's in that he's the one who is seen is the best scene in the movie and but they ended when they interviewed him afterwards there was a little press thing he said they asked him what did you like best about las return he said oh i love the part where lloyd gets killed i was my favorite part so that gives you a sense of our family did you stop saying hey i got another film you watch it eventually you're like this is not for them or they always watch all your movies they were pretty they they they were really open mind oh yeah yeah my father brought leni riefenstahl to see we had an investor screening for toxic avenger my father leni riefenstahl was buddies with my stepmother who was he till the atlanta riefenstahl was a assists identified female filmmaker for hitler but she had she come to this country she was a big movie star in germany and filmmaker she made triumph of the will be graded propaganda film and also started many german mountain of alps movies as she was gorgeous but she had she come to this country she would have been cutting negative or getting fucked up the ass by harvey weinstein of the day so she stayed in germany and she did the best she could she served as she did go to jail but she had horrible be oh she would stay with my father and stepmother she had the most incredible be oh i have what was she saying.

ella lloyd leni riefenstahl hitler harvey weinstein atlanta germany
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Say that in a way i'm perverted at least in the movie industry up been married to the same woman for forty i could say that i've had the same partner for forty four years we've never we've never had a written contract that's kind of perverted yes i agree and i have i have people who like like james gunn and trey parker and off and mark torgau who even though i didn't pay fifty bucks he's still a buddy yeah relationships with all the people you've worked with i think almost all of them oliver stone well you know who knows no there's no hostility i say approach here it's more fear with older stone that you up when you were five always i go home i remember one year what once we were in like third grade and we'd have sleepovers because my folks and his folks became best friends and i would go over to his house for a sleepover and i walked back in my bathrobe and pajamas crying this in manhattan because was beat me up and it would just a cycle never stopped was the first movie that you may that your parents all react the first one was battle of love's return which is movie i made it six is the first thing sound movies in sixteen millimeter and it's it's color and black and white and lynn lowry is the only one in and i had some worrell i used to hang out with warhol peop the world's studio i didn't know him ver i know his face and he knew mind when i was younger i'd come down loved worrell and i came down and i hang out at the factory but i use some of those people but battle of us return by we it opened at the failure oliver stone because we were allegedly best friends his short i let his short he made a short film unwatchable but i let them put that before the movie he's not reaching out saying is is book the first book heroes of basically horrible you can read it short film you're just giving you being honest but his movies brilliant that short was garbage but what happened was his mother very chic very chic.

partner trey parker manhattan warhol worrell oliver stone james gunn mark torgau lynn lowry forty four years one year
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Old lionsgate doing great movies but they work with the big guys we're the only ones left with the last dodo bird on the beach dramas the last the last i'm what are your movies mostly rated for people out there are no ratings there's no reason to rate them so you've taught you in waiting doesn't it costs money to rate move yes they make you rate we for thirty years we paid for the ratings how much only get into the movie theaters it was it was between twenty five hundred and five thousand dollars to have our movies disemboweled i could write a whole book about it and see my interview with trey parker and matt stone who of course you know had you have cannibal the musical from his first movie and we help them with that and they interviewed them years later and they told me how with canada musical they saw that the rating board did everything they could screw us and when it came time for the south park movie paramount the rating board worked with them all the time they shot the movie with us they wouldn't even look at the movie until the thirty five millimeter movie was finished and you know when you make cuts in a print right what happens you get a jump you get an eighteen signed that the sound is retarded by i think twenty four frames on thirty five millimeter print so every time you have to cut it they wouldn't look it on movies in interlock they would look at they looked at the paramount movies interlock they were the scumbags this hefner dr hefner fuck you even though you're dead they told my partner michael hers he told michael hers that traumas war was no fucking good that's what they're not supposed to have is that judgment or they they actually none they told my boss partner of of of lloyd kaufman founder of trauma that traumas war was no fucking good samuel fuller loved roma's word sage good in the first time since i met you which is here and she walked in your friendly gotta take a pass we had a joke about my aliens poster.

lionsgate canada partner founder roma trey parker matt stone south park dr hefner michael lloyd kaufman samuel fuller five thousand dollars thirty years
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Have lesbian sex that is not going to make you any money and squeeze play was the first movie made money on it was that one we did very well yes it came out it was raunchy comedy about the women's liberation movement and the era equal rights amendment but it came out in seventy five six somewhere in there a came out before the porkies type move what's the budget on a movie like that was one hundred twenty five thousand twenty five thousand nine hundred seventy five or whatever yes but say that joe a movie by john g allison which was made in new york with all unknowns peter boyle susan's adults in directed rock he did rocky director amazing his movie joe written by norman wexler hundred and fifty thousand dollar movie was nominated made new york with all unknowns including director got nominated for best screenplay i don't think that would happen today with the wonderful hashtag metoo films are solving so well i actually you know deter del toro should be congratulated because that was a that movie was great shit and good for him to stand up for women on fish love making because not enough of that has been done a hashtag oscar so white fish i made michael rosenbaum rob rob zoos rob is straight shoes what kind of fish we like this is the reason they don't put us in prison they eat locks k whitefish unlocks rob it doesn't get it.

john g allison new york director norman wexler del toro joe peter boyle susan michael rosenbaum fifty thousand dollar
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Yeah yeah always aiko but i knew from the start that he would either be a major major person constructively or he would be one or the other yeah thin line between genius and yeah he came one of the great american directors do you still keep in touch with them no he dropped me immediately after became famous that was because you were working with them for a second you're talking no we worked we worked we he he got into movies stone of stone got into movies because i was making movies at yale and he would he was writing a horrible novel that it was trying to be james joyce my dad and i both read it and it was unreadable and but but he started hanging out when i was making my movies and he worked on my first sync sound movie that played in the movie theater call battle of loves return he's in it and then he he and i he and i and others produced a movie called sugar cookies with older people who took our money yeah we raise the money and they screwed it up and it's still reasonably good movie goes sugar cookies at spay it's a i wrote the script it's our version of a lesbian version of a vertigo of nineteen seventy one the only x rated movie in history that has lost money right after that oliver said let let let's go make an independent company we'll do it together but i was married at that time and my wife was very frightening oliver and we'd as were you speeding up he he's he's he's town he gets out of control party wants and you know it was like ten years ago when i had the sign on seventy shirt on he goes hey career is my friend who knows him introduced i go who are you go money's mike rose mom use your vince vaughn like a what is you dress like.

yale vertigo oliver vince vaughn james joyce ten years
"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"lloyd kaufman" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Oh infused me and i started drifting into the yale film societies movie theater and and they were very alter oriented they had a huge stack of qaida cinema i speak french and fluently so i started reading that stuff and those in those days the articles were written by shaab role and go dr and truffaut who were transitioning into transitioning mentz on different nose day did not mean changing sex it mean changing profession and and they were going to become they were journalist moving into cinema making so i bought into the oto theory of cinema which for pounds as you know that the director should be heart and soul and brain should be reflected consistently in the movie and there was a large part in my staying in the underground in new york so having this roommate changed everything certainly did yeah it absolutely did and one in one day was in the film society i mean i had i kept getting my mind blown by john ford howard hawks chaplin keaton sam fuller for zygi stand brackets the greatest visual artist in my lifetime and then when night three other people in the you know i was in went into stone while he was he he he came into my life in second grade he did he did go to the movies and his mother would take us to see movies like the vikings with kirk douglas and so we were very tight we lived a couple of blocks away from each other and and we had sleepovers and he would usually just beat me up and i'd go home crying see a weird kid he was a psycho.

truffaut director new york john ford vikings kirk douglas yale qaida sam fuller one day