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"lynn shelton" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Run. I have left. Cincinnati and cleveland. Love it so. Get your tickets. There they will sell out. So i would rather go to the larder. Hundred eating at At hilarity still gotta go to learn. So i can't wait. And then in september high comedy festival and i go straight into new york buffalo albany philly booster boston pittsburgh over the country induced seattle and portland. Back up mask up and we're going to do our best to get you back here ends before that but go ahead jay We have a patriotic sklar. Brothers patron where we're doing for the first time. In fifteen years new episodes are old show. Cheap seats the best. It is so much we did a slap fight up in branson missouri. We did Have competition from nineteen three with basically watch the footage and make jokes over it and it is like percents theater. It's so much fun. They're coming out really funny. Like i will say that like were nervous. We're like without the full production team. Can we pull off your the heart. Essence the is the brain. Your brand new very proud of it is super patriot dot com slash club and we have some dates coming up. Doing some live shows not a ton but some will be at the moon tire festival in austin september. Twenty third through the twenty six and then in arbor comedy showcase the twenty second twenty third of october and then in december in phoenix and then in the new year in february will we making that. Dc data good stuff all around will put that on our website chilling. What can people watch you in. Catch you in. See you all you september. First i'll be live in my backyard. going swimming That is sold out on your sister. I love your best twelve. I'll probably go to granville on Ventura skirt steak on that absurd vegetarian restaurant. It's not very tonight's perfect right. So you were shooting. A your night's shooting a movie you're allowed to talk about what it was when we did a little voice on our animated thing. Oh what was the night shoots. You're like oh. My god. I gotta do a lot of weight as well. Yeah because that's already out doing homegoods spots asked. I did a little campaign with homegoods where i take over homegoods fantastic. Yes that the night shoot is always crazy. Can i also say crazy. I saw you. I'm getting through the movie. This is what happens. You have kids you fall asleep movies. But it was great. The sword movie the mark sorta trust are so good in that kill watkins and your marc maron back at all. I mean come on bass my gosh. Toby insane hang on. i love. I love that movie because it was for me like a pure like nineties indie film yeah reminded me on on on level of like walking and talking and like movies like that that for me just i dunno it just was like i wish i was saw this movie at the angelica theater in new york and it was lynn shelton incredible and it's funny because when it came to me i was sort of Do f- because i didn't know lynn shelton movies and mikhail. Watkins called me and was like. So here's the deal. When lynn shelton wants to you to be movie you do it and then you have the best time of your life and you fall madly in love with her and then you watch all of her projects and so i started doing that and i was like this woman genius and i'm so glad i got to be involved in it. It's really good. It's on netflix. Right now you can see it. There assaulted a plane. And that's the greatest thing ever plane on may be netflix. Everything you do is wonderful. Which is why we like scraped and scratch to.
"lynn shelton" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"All right led do this. How are you. What the fuckers. What the fuck buddies. What the fuck knicks. what's happening. I'm mark mayor and this is my podcast. Wpf welcome to it. How's it going guys. Okay would you do this weekend did you. Are you are you out there. Dodging the delta. Wait for the omega. Wait for the omega. it's gonna burn your face off. I was out. I was out in the world. I'm sorry i don't mean to make light but sometimes what to do today on the show. I talked to tom mccarthy. Rit you know his work. He just i just saw stillwater and i really enjoyed the the writing which he did as well And directing. that was great I also his movie spotlight. He's a jersey guy he was he. He began working Doing sketch comedy in college. He's an actor. And all around interesting guy. Also a friend of lynn shelton's which i didn't fully realize until he mentioned it. He also directed the station agent Oh yeah and the visitor and win win. And i believe he co up due to talented dude I will get into what went down around this booking a little bit more before the interview because he was booked and there were some online controversy about the movie still water and then suddenly he wasn't booked and then he was booked. But i'll talk about that in a second. Let's talk about denver denver colorado. So i've had some thoughts right as many of you know about a week. After the comedy store opened. I started back up. I started going at it. Getting you know getting strong again. Getting my My muscle memory back in my chops together. Getting my calluses back for doing the stand up comedy at the nightclubs and then i did four shows. over the course of four thursdays in july dynasty typewriter. So once i got my calluses back. I just started doing the big riffs. Big riffing our twenty our twenty five working through the new material new thoughts the pain the glory the the confusion all of it dumped it into the big our riffs and then like as per how i was trained as to how as per how i came up. You know when you got the shit going. How do you tested out. Well you got to go to a comedy club. Look man comedy clubs honestly are still the best place to see. Stand up comedy you know once we polish it and it gets to a theater. It's a different thing. There's no frenzy. It's a it's a set piece for the most part a little room for a little riffing but for the most part you when you're out of theater you want to present the good thing the whole thing. The polish thing the thing as it comes together in the clubs. Sometimes you don't know what the fuck is going to happen. You try to seek. What's it ordering adnew. But i gotta be honest with you man. I hadn't been at a comedy club in a while over a year now. There's always been the way. I've done it man you'll work it out in the clubs and since i've been able to do theaters take it to the theater. And sometimes you work out more theater. But mostly it's in the trenches. And i had feelings had some feelings man i spiralled a bit after my thursday show and speaking of spiraling w t.f with mark mariners sponsored by better help online therapy people are trying to put their best foot forward during these tough times. But you still might not feel like everything is ok. In fact a lot of people are still feeling down and emotionally out of sorts for sure it might not be depression or total breakdown but even feeling a little bit off can we to a negative quality of life..
"lynn shelton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Four days ago. They brought me here. I wasn't hiking and then You know, in the best of both worlds. It was indoors outdoors. You know, it's like the perfect juxtaposition. Actually, Honestly, I did drive by MICHAEL Suit casino going out hiking this weekend back and forth going a Rainier National Park. It's perfect place to go on your way to the wilderness. You don't get much sun I have just born this way. Wow. Okay, Tom. She is a lady Got sort of a put a lot of sunscreen on. You are white, too. I know, but I don't go hiking in Mount Rainier. I wrap myself in campus, and I I'm in the woods worth over. You know, a friend gave me as a joke. A Smith Corona typewriter, Tom. Perfect old Smith runs so I'm ready. I'm ready for my you want to get together and type together? Little brown, Lazy brown Fox jumped over the something bad. Yeah. Okay. Hey, By the way, you you bear gifts. You have two great stories. I do. I do. I'm here to bear these gifts. So I'm sure you'll remember two months ago. It was May 16th when a beloved Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton, passed away. She had undiagnosed blood disease. It was a very sudden death. She was only 54 years old and Lynch Nelson had written and directed many of her own films, including Your Sister Sister. Her Last film was Sort of trust. Sorry, Marc Maron, who later became her partner. She did a bunch of TV directing in Lynn was on my podcast, Maybe a year and 1/2 ago. Talking about Getting into filmmaking. Later in her life, she said she'd always wanted to be a filmmaker, but she was almost 40 and she thought that she was just too old at that point, and I was making my living as an editor and teaching other people how to edit. God. Claire Danny, who's a French director who came to town north with film for brought her and did a retrospective of her work. And in this onstage interviews he did. She revealed that she hadn't even started. Her career is a filmmaker until he was 40. And he'd already made a bunch of movies and now he's made a bunch more. And I was like, Oh, my God, I'm a lady, too, And I'm not quite sure I can still have a career And he truly was a huge inspiration for me to just Die bin and get going. And honestly, we bring so much more to the table because I've actually lived life a little bit. You know, I feel like I could bring more perception and sensitivity and experience, you know, to my story. So based on that story, the Northwest Film Forum, which is a Seattle art House theater they bring in famous directors, they do classes on filmmaking. They have collaborated with the Duplass Brothers production to offer a new grant. And it's called the Lynn Shelton of a certain age grant. So I spoke with Meghan Griffiths. She is also a Seattle filmmaker, one of Lin's best friends and a board member. At the film Forum designed for women and non binary filmmakers, who are 39 years or older. They haven't made their first feature and That essentially describes Lin in 2005 when she made her first feature. We go way back. She was 39 years old. We wanted to build the grant around sort of Flynn's legacy of of having this quote unquote late start in life and being of a certain age before she started making films, and it only made her films better and more. Formed by life experience, so they're going to give a grant away every year. It's $25,000 for one lucky person. You don't have to submit a specific project. They're just going to base it on your body of work and how ambitious that you seen. Megan says that a lot of people have applied and part of her was surprised because it's so Nick. You know, you have to be over 39. You have to identify as a woman, but she also knows how hard it is to break into that industry. The film industry is kind of notorious for being very excited about what's new and fresh and young. And male typically on DH, So it's really was firing to see Lin breakout, You know, basically in her forties and go on from that point to create this Giant body of work through her features and her TV were that many people decades younger than her weren't able to amass that amount of credit. So it's once you find your thing that you're meant to do. It just sometimes just clings. This reminds me of Julia Child who is one of the people who I look up to most because she didn't learn to cook until she was 40. I can't remember if it was her TV show. Her first cookbook didn't come out until she was 50. And so for me, I am 40. It's just feels comforting, knowing that you're not locked into what you're doing now or what's you went to college for that you chose your major when you're 17 and you're expected to just live the rest of your life doing this thing. It just It kind of feels relieving to hear these stories. Do you want to have a different direction in your life? Eventually? Yeah. Okay, Well, this is gonna be offered. When when you say eventually. Is it like I'm not on anything now, but I mean, if you're he's applied for this is going. I just mean, you understand? I mean, you don't just do this. You do auctions as well. So if you're somebody who has many interests, I think you start to feel restless. Doing the same thing forever. Yes, you know, like our grandparent's woodwork at one place for their whole life and get the gold watch and people younger than me. It seems like they stay at a job for three years, five years and they jump and they jump in a bounce. Is there anything wrong with somebody taking a job for 39 years and doing the same thing in that parochial sort of life of living in the same house, raising the kids in the house and then you know that's your that is your life. If they liked it, that's the whole point is, if if it's good for you, then do it. If it's not Don't do it. You know what a good advice giver am? Reminds me of investing. So when they go off for.
"lynn shelton" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast
"It looked so bleak. Know have any Falco's character. He's being in that town life. She wants to. He's a horrible husband. So who is a loveless marriage? You should play for. The tourist bowed over there. I will say liquid kind of been ripping on granite falls it is it is beautiful. I it beautiful natural area in although I did get a speeding ticket, driving through granite falls, and I was barely speeding in, so we'll rip on the granite falls police. Department, who just GONNA sit there waiting for people to drive through their town. Give tickets, I mean it looks lovely victory. Have Their Dominion Globally. were, but it was. It was well said like those the houses in there it's it's very rundown Our people have moved there the commute to Seattle. So. More people are moving here, which is why it's starting to look nicer, so they are. They are making. They are kind of doing a lot of improvements. It's IT'S A. It's turning into kind of a cute little. suburb for people to live in. That can't afford to live in Seattle anymore, but it was filmed in two thousand sixteen. Wonder grievances then it could have changed even more, you know. We wanted relevance all right well. That's our a review of this film called. Outside in by Shelton. and. Let's go ahead and give a ratings. What do you think is going? Call you for. A given terrain up and it's funny. I'm going to give the same three and a half. I'M GONNA. Go for I was leaning towards three. I think three and a half is a fair. I just really tried to avoid doing half stars so it's definitely not three I think there's something about the pacing didn't quite work for me. There was something about it and that. I think could have been fixed in an edit. It probably would have. made it of a proper. Four stars but I like Lynn Shelton I saw one of her other movies called Now, I gotTA look it up. I can't remember what it was actually called. A another film I that I would. Recommend is called Hump Day. And, it's got mark duplessis in it and It's just it's a really hilarious film and in so. Just being fantasyland Shelton I kinda gotta go. Four stars is funny. You you Kinda. In your view, saying you didn't really like that though. We. And I said I, did like it gave him a and a half to go vigor. That's true. You did sound more positive about your. gave it a low rating and I sounded less. IRA's. That's GONNA diesel. You know no, I think three spine think. Three and a half considered a good rating by..
"lynn shelton" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast
"Sounds. About in his thirty S and his way for twenty years so when he was a gene to thirty ace. It's crazy much time he lost. Like in it's. Obviously couldn't have relationships like. IN J. With women. Might have wanted to have. You know so. You, the Rois. Melanson bills, but he wasn't married then but I think you have to be married, but you get married. Guess after the wedding him letters, but if you think about the time, he's missed. All that time in life in general so? And I tested radio was say mobile phones to know and technologies moved on, and someone mentions Wifi and what start kind of an and she wants to text him the young girl. And? He's like I. Don't think my phone has texts. So that was kind of fascinating. It is true that would happen. In such a short period of time, we've had so many extreme advancements. Yeah, because twenty years ago. You wouldn't be like I'm in a text that person you call him well. Takes more than two years ago. texting kind of started around like yeah ninety nine maybe. Ninety nine, two thousand, probably because I was working I was working at and T. I was in the call center actually. When texting Kinda started up in his very basic. Just you know, hit your button three times to get the credit their letter that you WANNA type texting company. You couldn't text back and forth, so if you were with at and T. and the other person had you know sprint, you wouldn't be able to text them. You can text within your phone company..
"lynn shelton" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast
"You know that? By his incarceration because of his Edie Falco or character. She's devoted a lot of time to. Jail. To neglect or family, and then the daughter you know she, she's kind of collateral. Damage should act because she's kind of being neglected. And they're all an obscene mass jail, so they're all kind of trying to find their way. To fit into the world I was just really pretty nicely observed south now elected. Yeah, and especially you talked about the performances that there's a lot of really interesting. pauses in dialogue to where you just kind of seeing these reaction shots, and that's that the performances are really coming through I think with them. I nearly caught a gravy realism. Style. And it near leaves you with a raw feeling washing the. Because I know films like this. because. They're not really like you could take the same story and give it inverted commas. The Hollywood treatments. You know you could have the big crescendo when. But was, but it is. It's it's very. It's gritty realism. It's it's extremely realistic. It it's funny 'cause they the setting of just ads like. In Florida or some words whereas Sony be very difference the fact it says in. Granite falls with you. Said is used to be anyway. The mets capital of the US, but So, finding. But the young girl she actually works in. kind of a a diner slash shop and he goes into the shop and just even the look of the diner. It's not sleek renting the girl. She's wearing clothes if she's working in a farmer somewhere, but he's working in this diner. And it's it's it's. It looks run looks rundown. and the weather isn't isn't even nice so again. That could push his that gritty realistic. Watching as you do? It is so active cancer, Mexican, raw or something. Because you're you're you're you're serving not a nice situation? Because the doctor, he got false. The wrong place wrong time went down for twenty years. And Yeah, it's. Again I think if you're in a certain mood to watches. You'll really enjoy. I think when I was watching this I wasn't Dana certain to watch it, you know. So you both mentioned that you found it really believable, so he did you guys find it so one thing? I didn't find a believable that is there is a moment where the main character has kind of opportunity to hook up was kind of a young at reasonably attractive blonde girl in. He doesn't and I found that actually kind of not Clinton. Towards like really, would you really go because Falco's character called you, or would you go to bed with this young lady? That was kind of unbelievable portion that I found out of it I. Mean I guess there's an emotional aspect in regards to his emotional attachment to to her and I was weird. it was like. I do. Not Seeing. Like, it's I know. Little. Really really be that aggressive. It'd be like Hey, I know I just met. You know I'm going to do this and let's sleep together. Which you say into the party that she had fancy tumors opened the yeah, when he got the music it the pass, but he was obviously struggling. Kinda reconnect reconnect with people you know. You know he's in a different mental space. Completely on he he he, he has emotional relationship would cover to go to twenty years, so it was almost like a reverse Stockholm's Jim. He Developed Allen, I duNno, like if that was realistic on up, but I mean I think they just trying to get across. His is his mental states. You know in that same..
"lynn shelton" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast
"Shelton, so they definitely had a good working relationship between them. It's very sad. K. Caitlin at. Twitter and she posted up lobby. Tributes show to Lynn Shelton and put a video of her dancing with Lynn. Shelton as So as she seemed like a really lovely director, so. It was just it's so desperately sides. I hadn't heard Lynch out. Before you know you mentioned her which he directed. Bingham's I've seen our theories I've seen like blow and I saw a series last week I binged watch. It wants a little fires everywhere with religious students, so she directed some of those those while. You can see is. There's really good directing like. A kind of. Freedom to be analyzed. You know if you're looking to fill in the student or something. It's really good for them to be analyzed because you can see the framing of certain shots and seems and scraped. I did love the relationship between Edie Falco's character on Jay dubious character. Soon main there was a lovely. Chemistry between them, but I did find thing, but it kind of rushed towards the end maybe. It was Beta like Oh. Bitch I. Rushed? Dot Org. That's the end it a tricky one for me. Because I just find a bit slow bit slow in the directing the acting and the rising. But the pacing was very cluttered along and. Call College what did you think you to well We have. Let you talk now. Yeah! Well I. I was I was worried about watching them because. Obviously she had passed away and I didn't want to not like it. You know say something. Speak ill of the dead today, but to no I did really like it actually. I you know I. I agree Sainsbury kind of slow paced. Low Key melancholic work very well. You know I thought it captured people's emotions very well captured a gun. The human condition was all it was. Everything was very believable in a very well done and. A of the I knew you know Edie Falco from a neighbor watch, nurse, Jackie, but surprise but actually. A. I was. GonNa realize gushing. No, she's. She's actually very good actor. But just just. Looking at it in looking at the story the plot. you have this guy ABC's commanded jail after twenty years. Sort of kind of miscarriage of justice in some ways, but even the tree main characters are all developing affected by.
"lynn shelton" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast
"Do you know it's interesting I didn't know this until up afterwards, but Edie Falco's in. China's fame. Jackie will also the lead in is Jay duplessis. Who is anyone no mark. Decrease the DUPLIN Reuters. Other brother. Further but Jay, duplessis, he actually co wrote. Whitland Shelton as well. which is, he's him and his brother. It seems to be a powerhouse like their authorizations actors writers, so, is this really impressive I decided very impressive afterwards. What I describe it, it's sleepy, rural American drama. I have to admit I did fall asleep in the middle of..
"lynn shelton" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast
"I'm finding I gotTa do a virtual background in. something. Related to this. Yeah, Oh, I don't have my. Her drive plugged in dammit. I was actually have tons of pictures of Lake the mountains around granite falls. Oh. Yes, RITA PLACE! Isn't it yeah? grandfathered here in Washington somewhere near Seattle. Yeah Yeah. Just a little northeast to Seattle. The cascade mountains by me. Oh just outside of falls there. Have you ever been grandfathered? plenty of times. There's nothing there. It's it's just a really tiny little town. Basically so to go into the SNOQUALMIE. Mt Baker National Forest if you WanNa go hiking or camping. You kind of have to drive through granite falls, and in granite falls us from watching this film you saw all. There is kind of false like there's a couple of restaurants a couple of shops in and that's it. It's it's growing They've added a lot over the past few years. But it's the. It's the meth capital of Washington states where all the methods made. Yeah 'cause I was thinking. Is it made in the failure is made look depressing actually really nice with just for the film. No looks like it's accurate. Yeah! It's it is. It's most people that live in granite falls. Move Away from grand falls in action. Rip On it too much have changed its. They have cleaned it up a lot. Because now. It's so expensive to live in Seattle. People are actually having to live in in areas outside of Seattle. So it's getting nicer in. It might not be the mess capable anymore. Maybe cleaned all that up to. the way it's all rural like that, and so you got these little one story houses select the House that the girl was. Building your stuff in, so they're all kind of these houses surrounded by trees with nothing else around in, so you can. Make your math and not have to worry about your neighbors catching you or anything like that the the House that the main people have been..
"lynn shelton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Fresh AIR this screenwriter and director Lynn Shelton died unexpectedly Friday at the age of fifty four of a rare previously undiagnosed blood disorder we're going to listen back to an excerpt of our interview with her in her New York times obituary her independent films were described as quote serial comic dramas focused on relationships and family often with complicated women at their centers unquote her film hump day a comedy about two straight men who decide to make a gay porn film and submitted to an annual indie porn festival won a special grand jury prize at the two thousand nine Sundance Film Festival in addition to films Shelton directed episodes of TV series including mad men fresh off the boat and little fires everywhere the twenty nineteen film sort of trust starred mark Merrin who she also directed in his series marron in the TV series glow and his last two comedy specials Shelton in Merrin had become romantic partners in the past year and we're sheltering in place collaborating on the screenplay when she died I spoke with her in twenty twelve after the release of her film your sister sister like hump day your sister sister relied on a lot of improvisation from the actors mark Duplass who starred in hump day also starting your sister's sister in the role of Jack the film begins a year after the death of Jack's brother Jack isn't taking it well so is good friend iris played by Emily blunt tells him to go to her father's cabin in the woods and spend some time getting himself together but he doesn't find the solitude she promised instead he finds Hannah irises beautiful half sister played by Rosemarie dewitt and then iris comes to visit and the relationships get very complicated in this scene iris and Hannah are telling Jack how their father had been involved in multiple romantic relationships over the years okay he was in the home of a tenuous hello my mom that your mom Lenore yeah marry her move to London whose landing golf courses Lenora and then he moved on the land around like seven years he went through this crazy Warren Beatty faith know about those years when he was so bad with the ladies he was so good with us because that was he will send no but that was like six summers that was just the three of us you are okay with it I have no respect for that he just when he does from one to the other and it was gross that's so crazy so he would just like did all of these women like for short periods of time with not a lot of emotional similar and then he would just move on that's weird who does that I am doing I'm sorry skinny jeans George skinny jeans very skinny jeans lasted for at least two weeks he was one of the longer I don't like dating you know that I don't like dating I don't I think I don't like it Lynn Shelton told me that her approach to filmmaking was to get an enormous amount of input from the actors before shooting the original actors all participated for eight or nine months in the development process and I would ask for their input about who these characters were what was their backstory by the time we get to set we have an enormous amount of backstory so that they really know who they are when they open their mouths to say something it's going to be like second nature what comes out and then on set I'm asking them to actually write dialogue because you know I had seventy pages of dialogue written out in this case and I asked them not to memorize the lines just to glance over those scenes and really get a sense of the shape on the content the emotional trajectory that needs to you know take place but then to find their way you know through each beat of the scene again I'm I'm what I'm looking for is nationalism and extreme level of naturalism to the degree that you know it almost feels like a documentary you know that it just feels like real flesh and blood people having real conversations on screen and I have found that incorporating improvisation to certain degree it really really helps in that quest now here's the thing it seems to me it really helps and getting a kind of naturalistic feel at the same time and I don't know what I'm talking about here but it seems to me like if you're if you're an actor and you have the lines written for you those words help you embody the character because that character isn't you in that character speaks different from you and the writer has imagined how that character would speaking by speaking those words in the way that the writer has imagined that you become that character but if you're finding your own words for that character it means that the characters can be more like you because you're more likely to play it like yourself with the words that you would speak it's true I I'm really looking for the overlap you know where does the character which is distinct from the the actor as a as a person but where does the character overlap mark and Emily and rose are very distinct from the characters that they're playing you know that I would not say that they share all of the traits are all of the personality that these characters have but it's it's really about finding the connection between yourself and the character and this is this is what actors do all the time it's just that in this case I'm asking for you know you to provide the actual speech for instance there's a scene early on in the film where we're getting to know iris and Jack played by Emily blunt and and market floss and what their relationship is which is our relationship of best friendship and it's the second scene in the film so it's really early on were sort of establishing this report that they have there are certain turns of phrase and certain weight the weight if they tease each other and the way that they sort of push each other in in a gentle loving way they are able to draw on the the friendship that had been established between mark and Emily over the course of the shoot because it was the last thing we shot in the production schedule and they were able to pull that report into this relationship so why don't we hear that scene and this is an excerpt of Lynn Shelton's new film your sister's sister I've been watching you for a year now and whatever you're doing and whatever you think is helping you I have a responsibility as your friend to tell you that it's not and this was coming okay just tell me what to do okay that's basically where I'm at just tell me what you have that idea you know and have a plan you have a media me out is you might not love this one out I don't have any plans that's good news you know a nice red bicycle that you have yes yes sorry what are you gonna do it's going to dust off old red vegan we'll know the shed I need to get on a ferry I'm sending you to my dad's place in my dad's place on the island it's beautiful in the winter it's a delic and Crispin peaceful and like by beautiful women raining cold I'm sorry I got so distraught because.
"lynn shelton" Discussed on KOMO
"Calmer weather good evening arts Sanders partly cloudy tonight slight chance of showers overnight lows near fifty tomorrow mostly cloudy slight chance of showers the morning chance of showers in the afternoon mid sixties Wednesday cloudy chance of showers morning showers likely by afternoon near sixty showers likely Thursday morning showers in the afternoon sixty degrees mostly cloudy Friday chance of showers lows sixties that partly sunny Saturday with highs in the upper sixties mostly cloudy Sunday slight chance of showers memorial day partly sunny slight chance of showers lower seventies overnight lows around fifty that's your latest weather from the como forecast team B. C. entertainment news the heartbreaking tribute to director Lynn Shelton and I loved her I loved her Shelton and mark Merritt met on this podcast in two thousand fifteen then became partners and re released the episode Monday recording a new intro she was an amazing woman she was an inspiration to so many people so many people loved her she was very determined artist Shelton died over the weekend of a previously undiagnosed blood disorder she was fifty four word Monday of the death of Keren Osman who played leave it to beaver bad boy Eddie Haskell your face like a big leave it to beaver husband had trouble shaking the Eddie Haskell image so he retired from acting enjoy the Los Angeles Police Department Ken Osmond seventy six the dropkick Murphys playing Fenway Park in Boston with no one in the stands the concert broadcast live online may twenty nine will raise money for charity and feature a special remote appearance by Bruce Springsteen fifty.
Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton dies at 54
"Filmmaker Lynn Shelton grew up in Seattle graduated from the university of Washington her publicist says she has passed away looks like cause of death was a blood disorder according to The Seattle Times Shelton was the first local filmmaker to have her work open the Seattle international Film Festival that was in twenty twelve her latest film sort of trust open since last year when Shelton was fifty four years old
"lynn shelton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Dot com Seattle has lost one of its most beloved filmmakers Lynn Shelton died Friday at fifty four years old from an unidentified blood disorder she was known for making quirky comedies like hump day and she recently directed Reese Witherspoon and the series little fires everywhere Cairo radio's Tom tag me says he had the privilege of interviewing her multiple times probably the most genial and welcoming public person I've ever met she's always so friendly and so gracious love the easiest laps around Amy she made everybody feel like you know you could be best friends to see some of her vivacious personality go to my northwest dot com and watch a video of Tom interviewing her last year this is the first weekend king county residents are expected to wear a facemask inside any public space are essential businesses so we want to keep their workers and customers safe they can't deny someone access to a store if they're not wearing a face covering Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan says face coverings can include scarves bandannas and he jobs parks are open in king county and Seattle this weekend you do not have to wear a facemask there but it's a good idea if you can't maintain social distancing Snohomish county health officials set the record straight on patient zero that is clearly false numbers gonna help officer Dr Chris spitters on the notion that the first confirm coronavirus case in the U. S. back in January in his county was patient zero maybe it was that individual that was the first introduction in January it certainly wasn't the only one as for questions about the virus haven't been here longer because of positive antibody tests into Snohomish county residents who had symptoms weeks before that first case spitters says it's far more likely they had a non code inspection in December and then subsequently got infected with hope it but didn't know one develop antibodies but even if the virus was here earlier he says it doesn't change anything about what we need to do now that's Cairo radials.
"lynn shelton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Lynn Shelton has died fifty four years old from an unidentified blood disorder she was known for making quirky comedies like hump day and she recently directed Reese Witherspoon and the series little fires everywhere Cairo radio's Tom tag me says he had the privilege of interviewing her multiple times I don't think there's anyone in town that wouldn't you know acknowledge the fact that she's really the queen of Seattle filmmaking you know that making Griffith was one of our best friends and they sort of established the Seattle in the film community here sh to see some of her vivacious personality go to my northwest dot com and watch a video of Tom interviewing here hi role last year this is the first weekend king county residents are expected to wear a facemask inside any public space R. S. central businesses so want to keep their workers and customers safe they can't deny someone access to a store if they're not wearing a face covering Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan says face coverings can include scarves and bandannas and he jumps parks are opening king county and Seattle this weekend you don't have to wear a facemask there but it could be a good idea if you can't maintain social distancing Snohomish county health officials are setting the record straight on patient zero that is clearly false numbers gonna health officer Dr Chris spitters on the notion that the first confirm coronavirus case in the U. S. back in January in his county was patient zero maybe it was that individual that was the first introduction in January it certainly wasn't the only one as for questions about the virus haven't been here longer because of positive antibody tests into Snohomish county residents who had symptoms weeks before that first case spitters says it's far more likely they had a non code inspection in December and then subsequently an infected with cope with it no one develop antibodies but even if the virus was here earlier he says it doesn't change anything about what we need to do now at Cairo radios.
"lynn shelton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"You're listening to rush's week in review this is hello see I really think that you want to begin thinking about finding a way out of this I really do miss is policy can I tell you what CNN just put up as their highlight breaking news ground breaking my god this is going to shock the hell out of your little Chiron helpline in other words this is it Sandra Lynn Shelton this is Taylor sign one told me the trump cared more about investigating buying many cared about Ukraine is someone told me everything including security a dependent on so Lynn ski announcing investigations trump cared more about investigating the bidens any cares about your question we we love to do great we have devoted to realize you're great for hope that's all the that's the bombshell of all the stuff that has been said today that's what CNN has extracted as their headline take away hi Ron graphic it's hearsay Taylor said that some one told me that crop cared more about investigating the bidens that he cares about you great but Taylor never talked to trump Taylor never spoke to trump Taylor doesn't know what trump fart Taylor doesn't know what tribe feels Taylor doesn't know what trump wants Taylor has never spoken to drop eight take away from these hearings on CNN is a hearsay reference the garden is someone who is a pro trump well someone told me the trunk cares more yeah when we tell you something folks Ukraine got their aid trump never got his bag investigation your great never started that investigation and Ukraine got their aid I'm telling you there's nothing here in fact it's even worse before we go to the phones I've got let me give you this little side by side this Taylor guy this guy who is filled with here say in my opinion the guide to self like Walter Cronkite got it sounds like Edward R. Murrow the impeccable portable acclaim from this with this guy his beat his whole leaf my opinion but away his total beef is that he disagrees will transform policy that's yeah that's all this is it's not the trunks committed crimes it's not the trump engaged in bribery or extortion a quid pro quo this guide Taylor's beef is that he disagrees with trump foreign policy he claimed in his testimony today that trump is pro Russian what I do trump has armed Ukraine with aid the Obama administration denied trump has beefed up sanctions against Russia trump has remove the US from a warped Russian missile treaty that Obama established remember a bomb on the open Mike hello to me for your girl till drill drill drill crew will have much more flexible well every lunch meaning tell Vladimir I'll have a lot more leeway in getting rid of American oaks after I won reelection twenty twelve trump got out of that deal trump ended up killing Russians in Syria trump has increased oil production in the United States that has hurt Russian dependence on oil exports money trump hasn't done anything to help Russia trump has taken on Russia trump is not pro Russian trump has upped military defense of the United States to stave off Russia trump has invested in and the increased NATO readiness and also trump has gotten rid of the last vestiges of Hillary Clinton Barack Obama's reset with Russia now Obama in contrast stopped arms ended to Ukraine all bomb I canceled the missile defense against Russia in Eastern Europe Obama did nothing about Crimea and Ukraine he did not stop Russia from annexing Crimea from Ukraine while Crimea was defenseless because Ukraine did not give any American aid because Obama had the night Obama invited put into the Middle East after forty years of the Russians not having an invited American presence there there isn't any comparison if you want to look at the two sets of foreign policy the Barack Obama foreign policy basically sold out your credit in favor of Russia that is what trump has been resetting that's what trump has been read doing and these guys are bent out of shape about it they have implemented the Obama foreign policy were Ukraine is concerned expected Hillary's election to continue what trump has come in and said you guys are nuts Ukraine is our ally not Russia and he is totally reversed what the Obama foreign policy wasn't that's the rub that's all they say is in there trying to disguise this as bribery and extortion I am quite proud close it's nothing more than a bunch of old Bob I literally ticked off the truck did an end run around them on Ukraine foreign policy that's yet pardon me for yelling it makes me mad everything happened the trump here is a result of Obama holdovers trying to sabotage him because he's on doing a bunch of our Latin things Obama did that's what's happening to Donald Trump everything happening to him he has been sponsored by Obama hold overs including here gore expecting Hillary Clinton be elected to continue this charade and trump has on done much of it continues on do more of it and they don't know how to stop it that's all it is there's no impeachable offence there's no blockbuster here the block buster the blue there is a blockbuster what is being revealed about the Obama administration and the Washington DC shadow government that thinks it runs things in attempts to sabotage president elected by the American people who do not do its bidding that's the bombshell here the Democrats have all kinds of evidence is just not against trump the Democrats have reams of evidence against Obama and Hillary and the entirety of what we call the deep state they've got overflowing evidence they're trying to suppress it while they now create and try to manufacture evidence against trump when there is none okay to the phones we go Dave Phoenix Arizona glad you waited hello Hey there I think this really is going to re energize trunk space because this trial it's reminding us why we voted for him trump gets things done it's call negotiation like any strong business leader will negotiate I'm Michael Palmer who on the world stage folded like a lawn chair I mean the Iran deal really all of this is just a waste of time a tax dollars it's a dog and pony show and it shows why Americans can't stand politicians rush correct me if I'm wrong I thought impeachment was for high crimes and trees all of this helps trump get reelected well here's the thing the impeachment proceedings is something over which the house of representatives has plenary power meeting absolute and I'm not I'm not trying to be faster closer I'm telling you that any house of representatives whether the Democrats control under the Republicans they can attempt to impeach a Republican or a president for anything that that that it that high crimes and misdemeanors as one of the house says it is that's what ship is trying to do here they're literally trying to impeach a president where there haven't been any crimes committed they're trying to define them and convince the American people trumps existence is a crime essentially so you say that this is going to rally trumps based on I take that you you mean these hearings today yeah it's going to re energize the base because this what's what's happening in these hearings that's going to review re jot rejuvenate the base revive the base well it's reminding us why we voted for trump because he gets things done he doesn't play by the rules of the establishment he he negotiates with these countries to get deals done and just because it's not on there are specific terms you know that that's what they wanted their rules no no I'm I'm I'm being specific and this is what you take away from watching this today the trump gets things done in these guys don't absolutely what okay what is trump getting done today that you recognize watching this today negotiation just in general with with other world leaders with trade with white why because you think they're true what what what I'm getting at is that this this is not a this is not about that about what trump gotten done this is all about crimes and stop the trunks committed irregularities misconduct there hasn't been trump had been praised at all here so what are you seeing that's going to rally the base what I'm seeing is that there's there's an art to anyone who's objective can see what's going on here okay so you're telling me that what you're saying is AB Jack by US partisanship and unfairness and a bunch of people is noses around a joint because Donald Trump is succeeding they they can't win so they're trying to re write the rules all right all right just wanted to make sure that we were clear about your observations that's how you lead a witness and we'll be back after that because we know for you only the best will do on the for the latest on traffic coming up in minutes on newsradio WFLA there is a common assumption about identity theft that age Josh credit card fraud but credit 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"lynn shelton" Discussed on KPCC
"From the mind broadcast center at KPCC this is the frame I'm John horn on today show Hollywood is worried about fakes and I'm not talking about shallow celebrities then mark Merrin recalls how Lynn Shelton page sort of trust improvisational film about selling a civil war artifacts right you're going to be a guy who works in a pawn shop and that's it and we're gonna make a movie my gosh hello she says two weeks of my really all right all right I'll do it and the singer and pianist who goes by rai isn't quite as mellow as his music all that coming up on the frame from KPCC news I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven oh one immigration sweeps could begin this weekend in Los Angeles and other cities apparently target immigrants with outstanding deportation orders KPCC is Leslie bass Stein roe Haas says a local immigrant advocates are urging people to be prepared immigrant advocates have been advising families who fear being deported to make contingency plans and to seek legal counsel Shannon Camacho with the coalition for humane immigrant rights of Los Angeles as one piece of advice they're giving them is this in case they are arrested they should designate a person either a friend or family member to be able to pick up their children or to be able to take care of anybody that the media care giver for also to know that agents must have a warrant signed by a judge administrative warrants issued by immigration and customs enforcement don't allow agents to enter private residences plan suites last month were canceled not long after trump tweeted about them as he kicked off his reelection campaign at the time about a hundred and forty people in Los Angeles for targeted for arrest officials have not released new details covering immigration I'm Leslie bear Stein roe Haas the frame is next more KPCC news at seven thirty followed by the daily from The New York Times it's seven of two next time on the New Yorker radio hour I'll talk with Alexandria Castiel Cortez about her tour of migrant detention facilities at the border it was the physical manifestation of trump's rhetoric in calling my current animal because that's how these women were treated Alexandra cuss your Cortez on breaking up the department of homeland security and much more next time on the New Yorker radio Saturday mornings at ten on eighty nine point three KPCC this is the frame I'm John horn and happy Friday to all digital video technology is advancing fast and that gives Hollywood a lot more creative freedom in storytelling like the uncanny resurrection of deceased actor Peter Cushing in Star Wars rogue one it's no surprise there are some frightening implications that come with your early accurate digital simulations or manipulations of real people and the union that represents actors is raising the alarm for how damaging deep fake video technology can be to its members Eric garner cover this topic for The Hollywood Reporter where he's a senior editor for law and public policy and he began explaining how even though Hollywood has been developing visual effects for years deep fake technology comes with some unique challenges what makes it different is the ability to really use technology learn the lines between falseness in reality in such a hyper focused way that people really can't tell the difference that's what we mean by deep lakes these are essentially video versions of Photoshop and they've been used for political use there's a famous deep fake video of Nancy Pelosi one of Hillary Clinton so how are deep fakes affecting Hollywood right now well in several ways one is in a pornographic route where you know on a lot of porn sites you might see a celebrity doing things that she never did in real life and this is a concern to you know many actresses you see this is a violation of their privacy we also see deep take technology being incorporated in to explore the boundaries of film making where you know you might see something deceptively added in such a way that you can't really tell that it actually didn't happen so you might see a documentary made where depicts are used to showcase the point it has its pluses and minuses of good features and bad features a lot of people are concerned these days about the political round and the pornographic ground but I think everything needs to be explored there is obviously a potentially positive here's what I'm thinking save an actor like Carrie Fisher who has passed away and everybody who is a part of the Carrie Fisher team says that if there's a way to bring her back to life essentially in the latest Star Wars movie using video technology that that is okay but there are also some laws that have been proposed some in New York they're trying to get to the darker aspect of deep fake so what we're New York legislators talking about sure they want you to make the ability to control one's name imagine like yeah as a property right as opposed to just a privacy light and they will close barring thing it's like using a digital replica to create sexually explicit material they wanted to extend the protection of one like this past that and they wanted to create a registry whereby the errors of famous people could document their official control over their relatives name and image I it's a very big implied law that would really shake up things and give people the right to stop it takes as well as the ability to license everything from deep take the holograms and what is the industry's perspective on this end where do people like the leaders of the Screen Actors Guild where to their legions as fall the actors you are extremely in favor of doing such a thing they are concerned about their members privacy and and their ability to control exploitation but then there are the studios broadcaster and journalist and others who worried that you know cracking down on this sort of thing in such a board away might interfere with free speech we're talking with Eric Gardner at The Hollywood Reporter about deep fakes somebody you quote in your article a law professor at Loyola named Jennifer Roth man and she says that there's a potential problem with the idea of a sign the rights of publicity as a property right in that maybe through something like a bankruptcy that could be an asset that is claimed and that the new owner of that asset could exploit your right of publicity as if it were a transferable asset is that the radical or is that something that could actually happen one of the things that pops up is the potential that day a celebrity gets in for dad warn creditors my book to obtain for close up on that celebrity's likeness white or in a divorce a spouse my claim that the like this right Sir community property and see you get to the store things in you have all these sorts of interesting scenarios happen where someone might not be able to control their own Mike and while we haven't seen too many disputes about this so far we have seen a few actually the Goldman family they once tried to will close on okay since and like this white had they been successful they could have blocked him from registering an official count on Twitter they weren't but that was before legislators start thinking about ways to distinguish between privacy and publicity not being Crosby's ex wife trying to go to work to get a piece of his public for the rights so these sorts of issues have been popping up slowly and I would expect to see more of that especially on your legislation I'm gonna ask you an almost impossible question and that is is there any way to know whether or not something is real or a deep fake what are people supposed to do if they're looking at a Facebook video or something else and try to figure out if it's authentic you know one of the issues has been authentication we have heard a lot about the take technology there's a evolve movement to create authenticity technology to spot the fake and I suspect such technology would be really welcomes these days but for the time being we're going to see a lot of these sorts of stuff and technically there might be a instances where something actually happened and someone will claim that it's a keep sake this will just learn a reality and truth and they get all very difficult for us to appreciate what's really going on Eric Gardner is senior editor law and public policy for The Hollywood Reporter Eric thanks so much for coming back on the show thanks for having me coming up on the frame mark Merrin stars as a pawn shop owner who comes into possession of a civil war relic in Lynn Shelton sort of trucks the frame weekend mail not Yanni cops to do the driver's seat in his latest comedy and a document about the dolphin like Makita which is nearly extinct thanks to drug cartels.
Union for Actors Raises Concerns Around Deep Fake Technology in Hollywood
"Digital video technology is advancing fast and that gives Hollywood a lot more creative freedom in storytelling like the uncanny resurrection of deceased actor Peter Cushing in star wars rogue one. It's no surprise there are some frightening implications that come with eerily accurate digital simulations or manipulations of real people and the Union that represents actors is raising the alarm for how damaging deep fake video technology can be to its members. Eric Garner covered this topic for the Hollywood reporter where he's a senior editor for Law and public policy and he began explaining how even though Hollywood has been developing visual effects for years deep fake technology comes with some unique unique challenges what makes us different is the ability to really use technology to blur the lines between falseness and reality in such a hyper focused way that people really can't tell the difference. That's what we mean by. Deep fakes deserve essentially video versions of Photoshop and they've been used for political use. There's a famous deep fake video of Nancy Pelosi one of Hillary Clinton so Howard deep fakes affecting Hollywood Hollywood right now well in several ways one is in a pornographic round where you know on a lot of porn sites. You might see celebrity doing things that she never did in real life and this is a concern too many actresses who see this as a violation of their privacy we also see deep fake technology being incorporated in to explore the boundaries of filmmaking where you know you might see something in deceptively edited in in such a way that you can't really tell that it actually didn't happen so you might see documentary made where deep big are used to showcase a point it has it's pluses and minuses. It's good features sure so bad features. 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Really shake up things and give people both the right to stop the fakes as well as the ability to license everything from the holograms and what is the industry's perspective on this and where do people like the leaders of the screen actors guild where to their allegiances fall the actors are extremely in favour of doing such a thing they are concerned about their members privacy and their ability to control exploitation but then there are the studios broadcasters journalists and others who worried that you know cracking down on this sort of thing in such a word way my interfere with free speech. We're talking talking with Eric Gardner at the Hollywood reporter about deep fakes. 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You know being crosby's his ex wife tried to go to four to get a piece of his publicity rights so these sorts of issues have been popping up slowly and I would expect to see more of that especially on new legislation
"lynn shelton" Discussed on KCRW
"Which is the south one more the south won the war sure an internet search establishes that Graham's wasn't alone in believing this and what follows is the shaggy esto shaggy swords stories involving deer ticks potentially lethal screwdrivers and an online community of not jobs will pay a small fortune for what they call prufer item the dollars all right that's crazy director Lynn Shelton and screen writer Michael Brian created a framework for the story then turned to cast of terrific comics loose during a two week shoot to improvise inside that framework among them Jillian bell as heir to the sword and doing riffs that would be the envy of many a scripted comedy mark Marin as the cranky pawn shop owner price he need many more you know that I've got sludge in my heart really I thought you gave up an organ years ago I did but I still needed to function so I can stay alive what do you what do you do when when Jenny catch up I think there's a couple packs a catch of over there were you usually sitting away from me without your like of growth alright Shelton being a filmmaker who's always looking at how relationships work is sort of trust isn't content to be just funny parents pawn broker has an issue with an ex girlfriend who's played by the director and if you know that in real life Marin's a recovering addict who's been clean for twenty years the way he frames that relationship can't help resonating she keeps taken taken on drain I got nothing left to get no store I got no life I got no car so just be me higher strung out with a shopping cart maybe a cat and using those cats it can be with homeless people it was like man this is sad and I'll be like if we look at the cash the story often does not go where you expect it to and sometimes doesn't go much of anywhere at all but as it's cast of terrific comics thrusts and parries sort of trust makes improvisation something really difficult to pull off it.
"lynn shelton" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"And I think the cleaning lady threw it away because she just saw what looked like an empty ziplock bag or somebody kept it or it's in someone's jewelry. I do have a friend. Who's like, I will put that in a ring for you. What? Yeah. One of the guys I dated was like should I propose? If that is the diamond, and I was like, it's pretty. I have another one in his bag. So we're I have one in my house. And I know exactly where it is. And oboe is that fun to bring out at parties. So is it genetic with you does anyone else in your family of of my dad passed away like five or six years ago? So my mom didn't know that. She's like, I don't think he ever had a kidney stone, but my grandparents are gone too. So I don't know if anyone did. But I was definitely the first in like my family. Yeah. I don't. I mean, I'm adopted. But I I used to have a huge problem with drinking water. I don't like water. I really love soda. I had to give soda I gave up soda for years ago. Now, all you haven't had anything diet. I accidentally I was where was I I was somewhere with my mom, and I thought like because I can have like lemonade that's actually like not too bad free. It's also a acidic, which is great for kidneys. Right. So that's why like every once in a while, I will treat myself to eliminate and I went to drink it. And it was my mom's soda, and I took a sip. And I spit it out because I was like, I just it's it's just one of the things with me where I'm like that's great though. I can't I can't because I know myself I will have one. And then I'll be like every week. I'll be like why can have one and then every few days it'll be like to one when I started this diet last week like the second or third. Day. I went to a game night at my friend's house. Oh, man, that's the worst sucking day too. And like, I am just all I can think about is sweets, carbs and sugar. And I am losing my mind. And I go in and they have ordered like four giant pizzas. There are bucking cupcakes. There someone made cookies and there's a a fridge full of soda in. I am like literally I barely remember the night right now. Because all I was thinking about was like I want that that smells, Greg. I want that even though I wasn't even hungry now. No, it doesn't matter. It my friend. Joe who's done Kito like a bunch of times was like he had a coke zero. And he's like, you know, coke zero Kito friendly. He's like there's absolutely no sugar in it. It's aspartame. He's like, it's not it's chemical definitely chemical. Yeah. But it is Kito friendly, and I the whole night. I was like I wanna just sneak into the kitchen and just have a sip of. Of that. Yeah. I didn't. But I was it's so fucking insane. I was just talking about this the other day. I I did a movie the year before last it just got into Sundance which I'm really excited. Where does this Lynch Jones movie? No, Lynn Shelton's movie. I just watched that the other night. I'm very excited about from so jealous so much fun lynchpin on this podcast. I love land Lynn has a lot of health steps shock about eating stuff out of eating stuff. But I did this other movie, and I and I lost forty pounds for the movie, and I was like. Okay. So I was on a very strict schedule. Like, I was like I can I can only eat these certain things, and they were all awful. And I went to I went to early on when it was like the the hardest. I went to a friend's party. It was like for like a baby shower that it was like fuck. It was like everybody was like. Greatest cheesy thing I can make cheese and spinach and just like just the greatest food, and I was so bummed. And I couldn't concentrate on what anyone else was saying. So I was just like. Yeah. Food food. What what about the food? And so her fiance the girls fiance like police site. She's he's like do you want to smoke some weed knows like, yes. And so he's like asteroid hit..