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"mark novick" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:28 min | 9 months ago

"mark novick" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"That ladies francis hogan yeah and that came out and what she was saying and how they manipulate their product to impact people and they were well aware of the very negative impacts particularly on young girls. that This entire deal is having. They were totally aware of it once again as she said. I think the sums it up and quite well that facebook prioritized prophets over public. Good facebook was being used for a sex trafficking and exploitation and they just turned a blind eye to all of it. Hate speech proliferating. Yeah well we're going to hear more about it but long run. I think facebook's going anywhere. No i seriously seriously doubt it. Yeah but i had laughed. Because i actually posted that question. Do you think that outage was a diversion. I actually posted that question on. Yes my facebook page. So i'm going to check in and see if i've been canceled. Asked him the question. There you go. You're talking about your facebook with all of this and i have to say. Facebook is of the thirty five stocks that i'm recommending for long term investors instill. Yeah yeah long term. Is there yesterday j. P. morgan's chief. Global strategist i. Follow these guys that worked for the giants you know. Mark novick is his name he said and this is a quote he said. We don't believe the recent bout in the markets will lead to a sustained fall and we will keep buying into any weakness and there was ample weakness to buy into yesterday. The dow dropped one percent but the the big weakness was in the nasdaq. Were with the big tech stocks. It was down two point. One percent to a mark that was seven and a half percent below. Its record high. The snp dropped one point three percent to five and a half percent below. Its record high now. Just something for you to remember. History defines a correction in an upward moving market beginning at ten percent below the most recent record high and a reversal or a bear market beginning at twenty percents below the most recent record high and that mark for the nasdaq yesterday again. was seven was seven percent and the snp was five and a half percent below the record high so they're not even at correction level yet and i say yet. I'm not saying that going there. But i don't know they might and keep in mind. A correction is is healthy. So what's going on this morning. The investors are beginning to cautiously by the weakness down. Industrial average is up ninety points. One quarter of a percentage point at thirty four thousand ninety. Two s&p five hundred is up twelve points. That's again a little bit over a quarter of a percent to four thousand three hundred twelve. The nasdaq at fourteen three. Oh eight is up fifty four..

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"mark novick" Discussed on The Documentary Life

The Documentary Life

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"mark novick" Discussed on The Documentary Life

"And today I have the honour of speaking with two of those is important people who have been a part of those incredible doc series who have in fact now spent the last half decade or so working on their own documentary imagery project. A four part series called college behind bars so when we come back from a quick break. I'm going to share that wonderful conversation Zeeshan with you. mytalk documentary filmmakers. Lynn Novick and Sarah Bought Stein is coming up next here. On the documentary life life there are plenty of places online to learn how to do things like split the audio signals. Those coming into your camera or how to animate some of your still photos or get some great tips on lighting your interview. Many blogs youtube videos and of course podcasts where you can quickly league grab an answer to a tech related question but what if there was one place where you could learn from beginning to end how to make a documentary film and how to become doc filmmaker how how to raise money and build an audience for your doc how to form strategic partnerships and launch your dock out into the world and perhaps even if you can imagine make some money from it well well. There is such a place and it's called the documentary academy. Stephanie took two years to build out this comprehensive resource. That takes you step by step from story creation creation and pre-production all the way to post production launch and distribution the academy. Takes you through your doc filmmaking journey as your most confident active strategic not gic creative focused and articulate self it is a step by step guide to empowerment in the documentary filmmaking world. We know what we have in the documentary. Kademi me. Now it's up to you to discover what you have is a filmmaker do that today by heading over to the documentary life dot Com Slash Academy. Uh today will be speaking with Filmmakers Lynn Novick and Sarah Stein the duo behind the four part documentary pre-series college behind bars this film premiering on. PBS This month marks Novick Solo directorial debut and is a major departure both stylistically we as well as conceptually from the celebrated historical films. She has directed and produced with Ken Burns to name a few. The Vietnam War prohibition the War War Jazz and Frank Lloyd Wright can also served as executive producer on this film with unprecedented access to bring camera crews inside maximum awesome and medium security prisons for four years. novick bought Stein amassed four hundred hours of verite footage distilled to four hours in the final film Dome told without narration in the voices of a dozen incarcerated men and women struggling to earn degrees in the Bard prison initiative one of the most rigorous prison education some programs in the country college behind bars is an intimate exploration of the transformative power of education as it happens in real time first first and foremost Lynn and Sarah Welcome to the documentary life. It's an honor to have the both of you on the program today here. It's always helpful to to have a little bit of context on where are docked filmmakers. Come from Lindell turnover to Sarah. Can you tell us how documentary came to be a thing mm for you. I became interested in photography when I was in high school and I did. A bit of the history. Photography in college was really fascinated with the real. I suppose news and that evolved into a deeper appreciation for the Arctic documentary. Seeing seminal films when I was in college and soon after I became more and more intrigued and then obsessed with the idea of how to tell true stories using real backs and we help people and what would be the power those stories to help us understand ourselves ourselves. Sarah Hobart yourself I sort of fell into documentary filmmaking honestly by meeting Ken and very early in my job life and getting interested in what he was doing and instead of going to graduate school was offered a seat on The jazz film project and really jumped into the deep end of the pool without knowing very much then realized pretty quickly that it fed so how many of my interests I was in American studies major in college and also Lynn and can actually interested in both photography and all kinds of visual medium media and have fun visual way of being in the world. And I'm really interested in American History Culture Art Music Science so it it making historical documentaries with with people like Kennan. Lynn has been incredibly interesting dynamic and always changing job. I I can't imagine a heck of a way to start ones doc filmmaking career for sure so in terms of this current Duck Series College behind Bars Lynn and Sarah. How how did the two of you come together to work on this particular project and really? How did the project happened to begin with so in two thousand twelve? We were invited to get class. A lecturer in a college class US inside a maximum security prison to present some sections of our prohibition series and talk about. We've been doing all around the country and we were really interested in doing that because we never ever been inside a maximum security prison and you know the idea that there were calls classes happening Darin students studying leading know what to expect who went into the class and we had the most interesting and provocative and thoughtful discussion of film and issues in the film and filmmaking craft and decisions that we'd native filmmakers Lakers and then also the supplement questions raised in the film. The ironies exposes about American history. It was really quite a mind blowing experience life altering in in so many ways some of which we didn't realize at the time and as we walked out of there you know our first reaction both us as filmmakers. We looked at each other. And maybe said Ed. This is amazing. This would be an amazing film. Somebody should do it. And that was two thousand twelve. We were really not thinking that it would be us we were working on at Phnom with Canbat Bat. Over the course of the next two years he just became more and more resolve that we actually did have to do I. It out spent more time in prison. I did the free world. came the gym seventeen years old so it's like freedom is hard to visualize incarcerated for thirteen years and from my experience I can tell you. Prison is here to punish us is here. We are houses. Also but it's not about on rehabilitating it's not about creating tr- adoptive beings it just let's talk a little bit about sort of the logistics.

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"mark novick" Discussed on The Documentary Life

The Documentary Life

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"mark novick" Discussed on The Documentary Life

"And today I have the honour of speaking with two of those is important people who have been a part of those incredible doc series who have in fact now spent the last half decade or so working on their own documentary imagery project. A four part series called college behind bars so when we come back from a quick break. I'm going to share that wonderful conversation station with you. mytalk documentary filmmakers. Lynn Novick and Sarah Bought Stein is coming up next here. On the documentary life life there are plenty of places online to learn how to do things like split the audio signals. Those coming into your camera or how to animate some of your still photos or get some great tips on lighting your interview. Many blogs youtube videos and of course podcasts where you can quickly league grab an answer to a tech related question but what if there was one place where you could learn from beginning to end how to make a documentary film and how to become doc filmmaker how how to raise money and build an audience for your doc how to form strategic partnerships and launch your dock out into the world and perhaps even if you can imagine make some money from it well well. There is such a place and it's called the documentary academy. Stephanie took two years to build out this comprehensive resource. That takes you step by step from story creation creation and pre-production all the way to post production launch and distribution the academy. Takes you through your doc filmmaking journey as your most confident active strategic not gic creative focused and articulate self it is a step by step guide to empowerment in the documentary filmmaking world. We know what we have in the documentary academy me. Now it's up to you to discover what you have is a filmmaker do that today by heading over to the documentary life dot Com Slash Academy. Uh today will be speaking with Filmmakers Lynn Novick and Sarah Stein the duo behind the four part documentary pre-series college behind bars this film premiering on. PBS This month marks Novick Solo directorial debut and is a major departure both stylistically we as well as conceptually from the celebrated historical films. She has directed and produced with Ken Burns to name a few. The Vietnam War prohibition the War War Jazz and Frank Lloyd Wright can also served as executive producer on this film with unprecedented access to bring camera crews inside maximum awesome and medium security prisons for four years. novick bought Stein amassed four hundred hours of verite footage distilled to four hours in the final film Dome told without narration in the voices of a dozen incarcerated men and women struggling to earn degrees in the Bard prison initiative one of the most rigorous prison education some programs in the country college behind bars is an intimate exploration of the transformative power of education as it happens in real time first first and foremost Lynn and Sarah Welcome to the documentary life. It's an honor to have the both of you on the program today to be here. It's always helpful to to have a little bit of context on where are docked filmmakers. Come from Lindell turnover to Sarah. Can you tell us how documentary came to be a thing mm for you. I became interested in photography when I was in high school and I did. A bit of the history. Photography in college was really fascinated with the real. I suppose news and that evolved into a deeper appreciation for the Arctic documentary. Seeing seminal films when I was in college and soon after I became more and more intrigued and then obsessed with the idea of how to tell true stories using real backs and we help people and what would be the power those stories to help us understand ourselves ourselves. Sarah Hobart yourself I sort of fell into documentary filmmaking honestly by meeting Ken and very early in my job life and getting interested in what he was doing and instead of going to graduate school was offered a seat on The jazz film project and really jumped into the deep end of the pool without knowing very much then realized pretty quickly that it fed so how many of my interests I was in American studies major in college and also Lynn and can actually interested in both photography and all kinds of visual medium media and have fun visual way of being in the world. And I'm really interested in American History Culture Art Music Science so it it making historical documentaries with with people like Kennan. Lynn has been incredibly interesting dynamic and always changing job. I I can't imagine a heck of a way to start ones doc filmmaking career for sure so in terms of this current Duck Series College behind Bars Lynn and Sarah. How how did the two of you come together to work on this particular project and really? How did the project happened to begin with so in two thousand twelve? We were invited to get class. A lecturer in a college class US inside a maximum security prison to present some sections of our prohibition series and talk about. We've been doing all around the country and we were really interested in doing that because we never ever been inside a maximum security prison and you know the idea that there were calls classes happening Darin students studying leading know what to expect who went into the class and we had the most interesting and provocative and thoughtful discussion of film and issues in the film and filmmaking craft and decisions that we'd native filmmakers Lakers and then also the supplement questions raised in the film. The ironies exposes about American history. It was really quite a mind blowing experience life altering in in so many ways some of which we didn't realize at the time and as we walked out of there you know our first reaction both us as filmmakers. We looked at each other. And maybe said Ed. This is amazing. This would be an amazing film. Somebody should do it. And that was two thousand twelve. We were really not thinking that it would be us. We're working on Vietnam with Canbat Bat. Over the course of the next two years he just became more and more resolve that we actually did have to do I. It out spent more time in prison. I did the free world. came the gym seventeen years old so it's like freedom is hard to visualize incarcerated for thirteen years and from my experience I can tell you. Prison is here to punish us is here. We are houses. Also but it's not about on rehabilitating it's not about creating tr- adoptive beings it just let's talk a little bit about sort of the logistics.

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