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"martin artan" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present

The Kitchen Sisters Present

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"martin artan" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present

"The films of Martin Scorsese are astounding as are his efforts to preserve the history and heritage of American cinema through his groundbreaking film foundation. Martin Artan score says he is a keeper a steward of American and global cinema one of our heroes. The sound mix of raging bull was one of are great. Inspirations and had a big impact on the kind of mixes we thought were possible for a fledgling kitchen sister stories in the soundtracks. The way the man waves music into a stories or doesn't leave it just shocks you with Pierce's with it clubs with his scores is an soundtracks are like new orders and then there are his documentaries his nonfiction films starting with Italian American portrait of his own parents and family the last waltz rolling stones shine a light and his most recent documentary but not quite documentary. Three Bob Dylan's rolling Thunder Revue The San Francisco Film Society invited Mr Scorsese here to honor his nonfiction film. Work and premieres latest feature took the Irishman about the teamster union. Boss Jimmy Hoffa. We were so taken by his own state conversation that we begged the film society to give us a copy the recording. So we can make podcasts of it for you. Were kind enough to say yes today. The kitchen sisters present. Martin Scorsese testing. Hey thank you so much. Thank you that the Castro why you've talked about how formative film was for you and I'm wondering if you could talk a little bit about the nonfiction aspect act of that early documentary films that you saw either in the movie theater on your sixteen inch. RCA television at home. That's interesting because most of the early years that I was viewing films. They took me a movie theater. All the time where narrative films of supposedly supposedly narrative fiction films and the sense of non-fiction sort of slipped in slowly. I think by the late forties early fifties. I I think really something happened again. It's a whole thing about me. Having Asthma Nineteen forty-six I wasn't allowed to play sports or war. Run around or be near animals of any kind and trees and I was allergic to everything no laughing because kids would get into a spasmodic laughter laughter and then turn blue and it was very bad until always taken to the movie theaters. I think the closest thing I could think of that was overlapping a little bit into nonfiction with the film. Wars and this is slightly be misunderstood. Because as the whole thing that goes back to the forties and fifties and early sixties if it's black and white and grainy that means it's real and that comes from newsreels now with the younger people today of course. The perception is Cameron on a iphone. So it's a whole different perception of what reality could be. In any event event we had a television in nineteen forty eight and they were. These Italian film shown once a week on Friday night but Italian American community in New York and and we saw the neorealist films I five or six for me. Look at the film's Grainy Black and white. TV and subtitled ELT. I know who is still cinema but it had another immediacy to adding to that was the fact that the people in the film particularly pies. Aw Cellini found. That begins insisted that my grandparents came to the apartment and watching it when my family and how they were speaking in the film was the way they were speaking speaking. Thank you and I guess that state line that way but ultimately I couldn't really see a difference difference between the two and then of course we became very very aware of the nonfiction film in the fifties particularly films from the WPA. A Leo Hurwitz Parallel Ryan's and all of that so that became something we could see them. A theater in New York called the value in the theater was very small and the screen was tiny and it was a no nonsense every day in the summer. They got double bill every day. They changed it and so many documentaries their first episode Eisenstein film just walked in the middle and so this led to the awareness of this kind of film making when I started taking film courses at Nyu in one thousand nine hundred sixty by that time. There's Penny Baker. There's Lecoq there's the maizels surely Clark and John Kesse these shadows and shadows. And Shirley Clark's a cool world. There was no difference between what what I saw on television. And what I saw and we'll be zoll one and it could be done is. He's so in a sense they're interrelated so much that once I saw shadow's even window it's another world for me culturally. I was very very much Coming from a little Kinda Sicilian village in a way But when I saw shadows I told my friends at night. I said there's no more excuses we can do. It depends on what you have to say. You know so we started doing everything we could even if we didn't have anything to say just but we knew that the pictures could be made and the documentary. Element was there all all the time. Our Teacher The Hague Manooghian. It wasn't school the arts that was a couple of classes it was not like Nyu now but he was only intent. Untung showing US or inspiring us to make documentaries anybody who made narrative films one thousand nine hundred eighty nine sixty. That was out here in the West Coast. There was very little to New York Independent. Were you resistant to that idea. Or because I think you also said that you were more interested in making more stylized narrative films at the time. We're absolutely. Yeah but the thing was that it seemed that how should I put. It should be a film. It shouldn't be a documentary or fiction. Film should be a film. There should be no difference. I mean that is happening now to not really shouldn't be pigeonholed into saying well. The documentary should be this way. And that's nonfiction. And what if it's altogether. What if you could pull from everything and experiment with it? And that was the idea that ultimately became mean streets. Really how do you choose your documentary subjects subjects. How do you decide what is worthy of spending the time and effort? I think the key one was Italian American when I made eighty my mother and father that was nineteen seventy six was the bicentennial maybe doing the PBS series. The storm of strangers was called and they had for each ethnic group a half hour film and they asked me to the Italian when I suggested that instead of doing be traditional or colonel logical obvious. Way of going about explaining the immigration battalions. So why don't we just go to my mother and father's apartment on Elizabeth Street. We'll have dinner okay but like really. You're sitting down there okay. Why why are you down there? What he wants from me? We got in there her myself from the kitchen memoir you and Martic and I started shooting my doing so far. It's about to ask a question but I saw that. My mother took over the scene. You what should I say you know. You want me to tell you how how how learn how to make. Why don't ask me the question? Don't you hear that. Then I mean if you would ask me a question I would answer GonNa. I'm GONNA save now. I WANNA know how you learn how to make sauce. We'll talk to you. How long I mean how many two years I'm going to use it and doing it and I want to see you do it? Well you know. My father was greg resistant. And she started arguing with him can mean Charlie Book. The way you're talking to we know that's what I mean. I'm an actress. I'm not putting on any as you want to fight or something. Talk Talk to me when you talk to your son. My mother and father by that point it was that they were never went to school. There were working in the garment district but kit started make these movies. They thought I was completely crazy but they participated data because their son is doing and I know I wanted to start you. You're going to tell us about the sauce. You'RE GONNA show us how to do the source. By the time I finished. which was the next day three hours three hours? The next eating with them at the table by that time I realized that they had a whole life before me. Wow I didn't realize what really like in the tenements in nineteen twenty two. You know I remember as a little boy we used to have Wallis. I mean people loved us. We.

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"martin artan" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"martin artan" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Game sort of at raise expense although we came to find out that he can be heard it he contacted us and he said the two guys were just having great fun on Grit Stop so here has this was. This was a really fun one. This is our five stars five years memory the week here's your five stars for five years memory of the week on caught offside ready to play a little game account wit. It's called Ray Hudson multiple choice what we're going to do is I'm GonNa play title. I'm GONNA play for you. The beginning of a Ray Hudson insane comment and then it's GonNa stop and I'm GonNa give you multiple choice and you have to tell awesome which one it is that he says next this. Do you ready yeah all right this. This came from rocket pitches goal here we go turns into an absolute blue. Is it a Harpoon strike be Howitzer or see heat seeking missile howitzer sales it on his first try outs because I'm a military history both alright we move on now. <hes> this comes from the immediate aftermath of Hamas Rodriguez equalizer here we go like is it a a ghost out of a thick Scottish fog be a galloping stallion sprinting down the home stretch or see a gift from the heavens right in the nick of time from the Scottish fog Scottish Eddie gets me much yet I would I would have said he was snuck in like a baby I assassin or just kind of don't try to be right. There's only one way don't try to come up with your own shies sneaking from a crash an expert when it comes to all right this is after messy. I don't even know if this was the first I of the second goal but here we doesn't matter born in a is it a cresting wave as it pummels the beaches that are Madrid be U._S._A.. Be Crossfire Hurricane and he is jumping Jack Flash or see born in a crevice of Argentina that was blessed by God. I'll tell you that last one is hood Sonian but it's not it's be cross by hurricane and he is jumping Jack Flash three two more for you believe this is also spawned from the messy winner. Okay all right here we go this as cool as a bomb disposal expert on the run be as cool as a cucumber floating in a pool of ice or see as cool as as Dean Martin Artan in the back booth of a Las Vegas nightclub. Oh Jeez a bomb disposal expert on the run. Why on the run? Why did he feel the need to include that I would think that bomb disposal ing is a pretty tense Hans Aeschbacher Yeah? You need to be cool way way. See running if he's ruining. He's freaking everybody out and he's not a cam bomb. Disposal legs are no. That's not I got the wires confused your four for four. This is truly impressive. Is it really this to complete. What is five for five? I was GONNA say it's not a TRIFECTA. It's not a I don't know whatever fives are you. Don't have the vocabulary only ray Hudson could tell title scouts European Cup.

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"martin artan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"martin artan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I still think that are better but it Sam Kerr and why can't why don't you lack this gene that allows you to just enjoy a great player. Scoring a great goal. I have cast line fault and yes oftentimes. A goal is scored because somebody else screwed up but like I I don't know take some appreciation of a great player. Having a great moment it's growing up with Alan Hansen Ryan who was the best defender of his era being a pundit on T._v.. For like twenty years and he always breakdown a tale of defending now. It's just like I don't know that's where it comes from a lot of proper running and everyone who showed up to the game at the weekend that was awesome good stuff good stuff <hes> before we get out we do have five stars five years recited. I'm really excited. This was following L. classical in April twenty seventeen. I believe <hes> A- An amazing <hes> the Euro Madrid won the league my favorite out SASCO game but Barcelona won this game and incredibly dramatic fashion and Ray Hudson was just he basically even by his own standards. It felt like he really lost sight of himself that day <hes> so so we came back in and play a game <hes> which I think it will be explained in the clip here <hes> but we played a game sort of at raise expense although we came to find out that he can be heard it he contacted us and he said the two guys were just having great fun on grants so here has this was this was a really fun one. This is our five stars five years memory the week here's your five stars for five years memory of the week on caught offside ready to play a little game account wit. It's called Ray Hudson multiple choice what we're GONNA do is. I'm GonNa play a good title. I'm GONNA play for you. The beginning of a Ray Hudson insane comment and then it's GonNa stop and I'm GonNa give you multiple choice and you have to tell off awesome which one it is that he says next this. Do you ready all right this. This came from rocket pitches goal here we go turns into an absolute blue is it a Harpoon strike be Howitzer or see heat seeking missile howitzer sales it on his first try. That's because I'm a military history. Both all right we move on now now. This comes from the immediate aftermath of Hamas Rodriguez equalizer here we go like is it a a ghost out of a thick Scottish fog be a galloping stallion sprinting down on the home stretch or see a gift from the heavens right in the nick of time from the Scottish fog Scottish Eddie gets me much yet I would. I would have said he was smoking like a baby. Maybe I assassin or just kind of don't try to be right. There's only one ray Hudson. Don't try to come up with your own shy sneaking from a crash an expert when it comes to all right this is after messy. I don't even know if this was the first I of the second goal but here we doesn't matter born in a is it a cresting wave as pummels the beaches that are Madrid be U._S._A.. Be Crossfire Hurricane and he is jumping Jack Flash or C. born in a crevice of Argentina that was blessed by God. I'll tell you that last one is hood Sonian but it's not it's be cross by hurricane and he is jumping Jack Flash three two more for you. I believe this is also spawned from the messy winner. Okay all right here. We go this as cool as a bomb disposal expert on the run be as cool as a cucumber floating in a pool of ice or see as cool as as Dean Martin Artan in the back booth of a Las Vegas nightclub. Oh jeeze a bomb disposal expert on the run. Why on the run? Why did he feel the need to include that I would think that bomb disposal ing is a pretty tense Hans Aeschbacher Yeah? You need to be cool way way. See running if he's running. He's freaking everybody out and he's not a cam bomb disposal expert or no. That's not what we're supposed to. I got the wires confused. Your four for four. This is.

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