17 Burst results for "Max Winkler"
"max winkler" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"And then you know eventually came out to la started doing commercials which led to bits and things which led to meeting. Liz meriwether liz. Meriwether was the one who put me in no strings attached and then new girl if if you were to chart which i was just doing mentally of before we got online together. Yeah if we were to chart the connection points. Yeah for sure all the things you've done on and you've done quite a lot. Everything has connect point. That leaks leapfrogged over to something else does. And you've been exceptionally fortunate in choosing your partners choosing to hang out with well. I'm a big believer in its people. I when you're talking earlier about the fear recordings. I don't want to sell anything but you're talking about a movie. That had a crazy premise. And our how is that pitched in. How do people say yes. My real way of doing it from the beginning is i. Don't care about the pitch of the product. I care of the pitch of the people. If a if a director who i really respect says i have a project that i like you for it i'll just say amid because whatever that is our holiday cmih it. I want to be in that saying if there is a great actor Those you know. I want to attach your with me on this director is i'm like it doesn't matter because you and i can find it from within but i cannot do it alone and when i've tried and i've just auditioned book job and i'm the only person they're quote unquote on my team. If you then give a notre thought that you're not doing it to be disruptive you're trying to help it you're viewed as problematic because your alone and you'd as bossy viewed as this ship is gonna direction. Why don't you want to sail with us. You think you're selling into a brick fucking wall. You have a team with you. You're you're actually is trying to help the thing right. I'm not the kind of actor i don't. i didn't start getting paid to act until my late twenties. So i'm not an actor. Who walks into an audition and everybody gets excited about it. I never have been a never been a top pick at never been the one where they go like. How about that guy But what happens is when i work with people a lot of those people. Wanna bring me back. So i'm more of a. I find tunes in little tribes and try to work with that tribe as much as they can so like. Liz meriwether who saw me saw me through a guy named max winkler max. Winkler saw me. Sarah mike. Sarah met at a party and did a short list. But matt's was the connective tissue that got me from the u..
"max winkler" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Had a very busy twenty eighteen he was the voice of Peter B. Parker in the animated hit spider man into the spider verse starred in the film tag and wrapped up to seventh and final season as Nick Miller in fox's new girl here ana finds out more on Jake and its path to stardom when did you move here I moved here two thousand four I was work at the Hollywood park casino I was a caterer how did you get your big break I don't want to hear about the waiting tables again I booked a commercial ad which one I did a bunch of on the first one was a pop up ad I did for S. B. C. Yahoo and then I did a Tampax commercial where I represented the before guy in an upgrade spot is the commercial I knock on the there's a woman in a pink room the door opens its me there's a bucket of chicken in my hand and I say chicken then you hear and then there's a honking his suit with a bottle of wine and he goes wine and then it goes now that's an upgrade and it's the end it's time to upgrade to a different type of tampons so that's the big break everybody I did a commercials for awhile and then my big break was meeting Liz Meriwether I did a indie movie called ceremony directed by Max Winkler and Liz Meriwether who created new girl was editing or doing a punch up with Max for script a while Max was added in that movie she saw my stuff she and I got to know each other and then she put me in no strings attached and then from that she put.
"max winkler" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"And how helpless it is. And it's almost like he starts to read through this book. And there's words he doesn't even understand they never he never had a chance, right? No. I mean, the jury was out forty five minutes. I love the reaction. I want to ask about that reaction on Jack when the lawyers, I will be here for, you know, while go for days. And then you have his unbelievable reaction on Jack when it says the juries reach till Bratislava ever, he has an you'll you'll see this, too. He has great stillness, which is very interesting. And in certain moments even you can write upon his face in a way, and I think that's what happens 'cause that reaction tells me, this is a guy who knows about to happen. That's right. And you cut out right at the right time. And I just right. Were you were you and you worked with cinematographer? I really admire John glycerine where you guys 'cause like all your movies, even if they're steeped in reality. Sometimes bleak reality, they'll, always look. Well, they always look, great to me, and, and you manage to do that, where the it wasn't this sort of washed out, depressing sort of cinematography, you kind of let the locations, tell the story as much as possible, and you still sort of, you know, there's, there's some subtlety to. What we tried to do because indeed, what the what that, that place where we're jacking, Laura, especially where they would be speaking in reality, that would probably just be florescent top light, period. And we wanted there to be some variety of sense of either time of day or whether or intimacy as changed as that plastic seemed to disappear use the reflections more in the beginning to distance between them, and then we start to pull them and get them out of there and some way they're still there but much south ler. You know, John is, is one of these guys who is telling the story with me, he he's the conversations are as much about what is the ark of the character. What is the meaning of the scene as much of that is that is about, you know, what the light look like because he wants to I understand my intention, emotionally Ben, we can talk about about light and same for your editor. I'm guessing well, my editors guidance t- rosenbloom with whom I went to film school a thousand years ago, he cut my student film. And it's got everything I've ever done my daughter. At a young age came to sit in the cutting room with us. I think she was about thirteen or something. And she came back and we're having dinner that night. And my wife, asked her what was it like being there the cutting she goes, they're not working? They're just laughing and having fun. And I think that in fact, I make movies as an excuse to be able to sit in a dark room with him for four and five months. I can't imagine. He's a he's, he's these fantastic. And, and obviously a friend and he cutting while you're shooting. Definitely and your and you watch an assemblage, you know, he doesn't believe in. I don't really believe in such a word and semblage. I think that's I. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, look, now, I think my way of talking is writing or shooting, the film. And his way of answering is cutting the film, and then I responded, and he responds and we're like two old, the sunshine, boys yelling at each other. What ought to crack? Why would you make that cut, you know that kind of thing?.
"max winkler" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"She's been doing it for years and years. It's not a secret to those who want you to work now, on and my to me, the quintessential Laura Dern seen in this movie is her in the snitch and sort of, it's a seduction scene in a way watching us the truck and use her charm to get what she wants to this person and had that work with someone so experienced someone so inexperienced. Well, she's Jack of all little personality, and you know, that because you've just made a movie with sure do. And, and. I think but for Laura I think I might have had a harder time. Laura has she not only has two nutty? Great wonderful parents actors both. She's been married to others had affairs with more and has been around of this since she was maybe acting twelve years old. She understood how to be there for him. And he was extraordinarily extraordinarily nurturing to him in the process as Elizabeth might have been to Todd in the actual movie. So there's some meta there and, and to me what, what's beautiful butter performance is that as an actress, who's capable of going to such sort of eccentric extremes. This is a very, very internal very quiet performance and the scene that I love most an should I should just back up. I deliberately kept them apart. Until the started working together, I did all of his stuff. I did all of her stuff until they actually met in the in those in that cell, they hadn't really spent any time together. I wanted that to have the feel of discovery I wanted them to, as two actors have that awkwardness in discomfiting thing. So for me, the moment that just tears me apart is when they start talking about God. And she says, well, I don't know. Maybe I see her. It's that great actor who for whom. Great actors are oddly, self contained. I think you can see her wrestling with the right. That's right. And usually they keep us out to some degree. And then there's that moment when they opened the window, and they let you in, and that to me is that is that moment, their chemistry continuously with the exception of a couple of fantastical things you do have him in our kitchen, and them in the dream, they're separated through pane of glass, and their chemistry is off the charts. That's one of those words chemistry, you know, it's isn't really just really good writing and one hundred percent usually have no. Streets like, and I've been on the, the end of that where I've been on movies where the two actors love each other. And we can't make it work in ending. And I've been on another version where the actors hate each other and people. They must have really been in love exactly. But what's interesting is. Every I want to get back to the casting. There's people found through local casting in Atlanta. No, no, they're, they're a number of casting agents who I really love more. And I worked with with several grade casting directors here when looking for those parts, new faces, and people that I don't really know I tend to go to New York. Most of those folks are stage actors as well. David Wilson Barnes 'em. And I just tend to, I don't know, maybe because I don't know them that I have no preconception of what they're supposed to be. But I I'm usually delighted that's one of the parts of the process that really look forward to one of my favorite on sections of the movie is with Dr Hearst..
"max winkler" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"He's talking about death to drug dealers and treason death. I mean that this is a legitimate, and I'm hoping and increasingly important issue because the ever since Gavin Newsom has done what he's done with. More Torian all of the all of the current presidential candidates have signed on to suggest that they might too, so could that possibly bubble up as a real issue in the election year? In. I, I think the performances in this movie across the board will get into the specifics of casting are astonishing from from the one line players to the, the favors. Yeah, we should applaud that because there. The act. Listen, I that's the best part. And I bleed Lewis who plays the snitch I think it was his first movie and McKinley Belcher who plays punch. He had done one small thing before he's done something now bigger. I think the Chris coy playing the guard. I loved his internship, Justin tastic. He's on. He's on the deuce right now. But unrecognizable. I suspect to those who might know his work an Emily Meade plane Stacey, always good. One of our most underrated actresses on the deuce, and that could have easily become so sort of two dimensional. But yeah, that was that's one of the great joys of this kind of movie, but, but also a through line through your catalog of work as a writer, director producer in television movies has always been the performance. Breaking gigantic stars from Brad Pitt to Denzel to Matt, Damon and courage under fire and Jack O'Connell gives a really brave beautiful performance in this and yeah. Yeah. And I want to speak about how how when you're filming that final scene. How many takes are you doing how much story boarded, what do you know you're going to need to do? And how do you keep him in that mines? It's funny because I do a lot of preparation before a scene, not necessarily storyboarding. But in notes, it's shot ideas, and I as we got closer and closer to this fund myself. Resisting it was. It was it scheduled for the end of the movie very close to it. And none of us wanted to go there wanted to do it. We were shooting in a real prison and abandoned prison, but prison on the less, we had done all of the incarceration stuff. I think everyone was very sensitive to Jack going into that seen him doing it. But for all of us, it was a, a very difficult thing. We had done our homework, we knew it was supposed to be, but the thing about his performance, including that last moment, which, ironically, David had not reported in his article David Graham that wonderful journalist for, you know, who wrote the article in the New Yorker. But we had in fact, the transcript when he yells at stay. ACO grand. And I felt at that was somehow indicative of Jack's performance his willingness to do that as well. Not to be self protective so many actors that's who the guy is he's filled with this rage anger for the person who didn't do everything again. And he's also somebody who's dealing with the forgiveness of sins of the past, and I was going to ask you that because in the David grant article it just says the God stuff. Yeah. And to me, that is him in a nutshell and seeing him the image of seeing him strung up like that. Well, our barrack, and that's how they do it. They stand you lay down, but, but. You know thing about Jack is that we really. Somebody, you'll be interested in I think, having to do with shooting digital rather than film, because I've only done one of the movie and digital. But in this particular case, I was able to go into that cell with Jack for twenty minutes forty minutes even an hour and let it run..
"max winkler" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"And I think so as to be forced to have a more realistic one, I felt obliged to show all of it. It's amazing what you're saying about the judgment because we have a guy here who does a lot of things that are condemned to some degree. He's obviously in some form verbally and potentially physically abusive to his wife questionable father. Questionable spotty history. And yet, those are the things that are putting him on trial with lack of any real evidence to be put to death. And I'm so I was so satisfied by his portrayal you did of Willingham, because there was no gloss to it whatsoever. And yet, you can still be person who can go through change, which is why the movie works, because you see him change subtly, even though he has that sort of little flare at the end when he's looking at the glass, and he see Stacy, but. You can be all those things in yet that still doesn't mean that you need to be put to death. Yeah. I mean had it been. Otherwise, I think there would have been the real possibility of seeming sentimental. I think one of the things that drew me to the story was the thing that you are ticketing is that, you know, despite all of those things it made even better case, I think, for what the movie is fired to talk about. Yeah. It doesn't to me the movie work, so successfully because of that, because you are wrestling with these questions about morality, and what do people deserve, and you see? And I. The way that these prisoners are treated and how hard you have to work to scrape with your fingernails for any sense of humanity. Whether it's the drawing and then thank God through Laura's character will I, I mean, I think something I thought about a lot when I first started working on the script with with them. Jeffrey was the notion of fairness because fairness is a metaphor for all of us because we all deal with unfairness of a certain kind and that could be disease could be a car accident could be anything but I also felt particularly drawn to this notion of injustice that this is a time at least for me, I think for a lot of us that we are particularly sensitive to that as an issue. I mean, we have we have an unindicted conspirator. A predator on top of the chain at this moment. I think we are aware of the disproportionate spread of income in the country. There's any number of things that make us suddenly and increasingly aware of injustice. And I felt that this was the perfect opportunity to, to, to talk about it in, in microcosm after after after watching the way you shoot the final scene and knowing that there was no real evidence whatsoever to put this. Complicated yet, innocent of the, arson and murder of his three children's after you, they put Willingham down and then you show the Rick Perry section at the end credits. And then the applause that he it don't think Brian Williams things that, that's what the response is going to be in the rockets applause. He gets. And then you, you cut out the image of Rick Perry. And it's just the applause over the end credits. And I have the hair on the back of my neck stands up over that. Because that's a huge population of America that are celebrating that. Yeah. You know, I mean. I felt it was important to, to contextualized the story we had put it just in this little small bubble. But in fact, it feels to me indicative of something much larger. And when I look at those guys there, and the first there's a shot video, and it's a little vague certain point, too is that, you know, I know I see that him. But is that who's at Carly for Reno or Meg, Whitman, and who is that is that, you know, an, I see Mitch McConnell, and I see, you know, so many other people in my mind who are there. And I felt it was important to somehow place this issue, which has become a political football. We have we have a president who wanted to out a full page ad in the New York Times to put the central park, five to death before they were even before they were even tried in fact exonerated..
"max winkler" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Hello. And thanks for tuning in to another episode of the director's cut brought to you by the directors guild of America between today's top director sharing behind the scene. Stories of the latest films and insights into the craft of directing, please take a second. Subscribe to our show wherever you get your podcasts. This episode takes us behind the scenes director Edwards, wicks new by graphical drama, trial by fire, the film tells the tragic and true story of Cameron Todd Willingham, who was convicted of an arson related triple homicide in nineteen Ninety-two during his twelve years on death row. He forms an unlikely bond with Elizabeth Gilbert, a Houston playwright, who battles with the state to expose suppressed evidence that could save him. In addition to trial by fire. Misters whick, strect Toyo credits include the feature films, Jack Reacher never go back love and other drugs. Blood diamond, the last samurai courage under fire legends of the fall glory, and about last night, the movies for television, having it all, and paper, dolls and episodes of the series, once again, and family, he earned a DJ award nomination for his thirty something episode accounts receivable. Michael's brother and one the DJ. Oh board. Outstanding directorial achievement in dramatic specials for his nineteen Eighty-three movie for television special. Bulletin following recent screening of the film at the harmony gold theater in Los Angeles, Mr. wick spoke with director max Winkler about filming trial by fire during their conversation misters, wick discusses, how he came to direct the film his special connection with editor, Stephen rosenbloom, and how shooting digitally allowed him.
"max winkler" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Our guest this weekend had very busy two thousand eighteen he was the voice of Peter Parker in the animated hits Spiderman into the spider verse starred in the film, tag and wrapped up to seventh and final season as Nick Miller and FOX's new girl here on finds out more on Jake and its path to stardom when did you move here. I moved here two thousand four I was working at the Hollywood park. Esino? I was a caterer. How did you get your big break? I don't want to hear about the waiting tables story. Again, I booked a commercial which one. I did a bunch of them. The first one was a pop up ad. I did for SBC. And then I did a Tampax commercial where I represented the before guy in an upgrade spot. Here's the commercial. There's a woman in a pink room. The door opens its may there's a bucket of chicken in my hand. And I say chicken. Then you hear? And then there's a honk in a suit with a bottle of wine, and he goes wine, and then it goes now, that's an upgrade. And it's fine. It's time to upgrade to a different type of tampon. So that's the big break. Everybody. I did commercials for a while. And then my big break was meeting. Liz, Mary weather. I did a indie movie called ceremony directed by max Winkler and laze Mary weather who created new girl was editing or during a punch up with max for a script while max was editing that movie she saw my staff she and I got to know each other. And then she put me in no strings attached. And then from that, she put me new girl coming.
"max winkler" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Podcast being in podcast. I'm new to have you listened to pot. Yes. Which one's yours. I have many podcasts. Well, I think that there's the intimacy of it and the freedom of being able to listen to something whenever you want, and that isn't structured that's interested. So the free form of it the intimacy of it eight yet. So this fictional podcast. Those are Lucy fucking goosey podcasts structured, we do have a former defense like it's not. But he's so that we can we have sim this this how she takes right? This is this is the cost you pointing at the whiteboard. This fucking sim says I feel it was good. Great dick to city. I guess that it's sort of the opportunity and sort of exactly what we're experiencing in the world of television and in movies to some degree not quite as much. But but like this this format that feels it could be something that seven minutes long. It could be something like ours, which is like five hours long. There's a sense of a little wild west freedom ish. And who knows exactly what will what will land. With the way, we look at it as that we're living in an on demand side. It's on-demand everything. I mean, the next step logical separate audio. Mike. When all the cars are connected, then you might you don't wanna hear just a radio show in the middle or show, or my dear friend for twenty years hitched, his wagon to scary movie. You find the superstar actor, and you hit your wagon to them. And then you see your career. The road. About relationships. We make money. Get to class. Hey. Thanks so much for being here. All right. So I know I've said that we'll say it again about four more times. Can I ask you if you questions? All right. So when did you move here, I moved here in two thousand four to Las Palmas on someone and this neighborhood has dramatically changed, you know, this building especially Selma street used to be one of the scariest streets in Los Angeles. So yeah, I moved here. Two thousand four I was working at the Hollywood park. Esino? I was a cater. How did you get your big break? I don't wanna hear about the waiting tables story. I get it. I booked a commercial. Which one I did a bunch of them. The first one was a pop up at did for SPCA. And then I did a Tampax commercial where I represented the before guy in an upgrade spot. You know, the old tampon Pearl commercials. Now, that's an upgrade where you have a regular old tampon. And then it goes now, that's an upgrade. We always do. I research. Well, I was one of my big first commercials. Here's the commercial. I knock on there's a woman in a pink room. The door opens its may there's a bucket of chicken in my hand. And I say chicken, then you hear and then there's a honk in a suit with a bottle of wine, and he goes one, and then it goes now, that's an upgrade and it signifying. It's time to upgrade to a different type of tampon. So that's the big break everybody. I I would have thought that it would have been more sort of humiliating to be the female in tampon commercial. It was worse. What kind of chicken was it? Fried. Oh, all right. All right. Yeah. What? Yeah, whatever. But I did I did commercials for a while. And then my big break was meeting. Liz, Mary weather did a indie movie called ceremony directed by max Winkler, and Liz, Mary weather who created new girl was editing or doing a punch up with max for script while max was editing that movie she saw my stuff she and I got to know each other..
"max winkler" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"For the course. So. It's very strange. It doesn't make sense to me energetically of the song. It feels like the part of the concert where it's like, he's just sung the last words, and he's just getting everyone to start doing like clap again. That's like a bridge put it between verse two and a chorus. And then if we have another bridge later because. Yeah, that was not ridge. It was in the wrong spot. Right. It's just it's a weird place for it. And it feels like it's repeated later in a different way. Yeah. Like, let me quote, my fucking UCLA extension songwriting teacher from two thousand nine say, don't bore us. Get to the core us did they create that? I don't think so. Douglas Adams or some shit. I think his name was Mark Winkler feels right? I might be making that up is it. Marlin can fact check this book. It was Mark Winkler wasn't max Winkler Henry Winkler sun. Maybe it was my point is I didn't need that section. You just about you know, where you got gold berry just show me the goal show me to go. I love. Please give you the gold, sir. Can you give me like should we go onto the expert? I think so okay. The chorus comes again, I was just like I'm not gonna flip at the same thing. But I didn't want to about this part because I love the the drummer gets to go off for a brief amount of time. And it's the only thing that changes the end of that chorus. Yes. I love drove nine Phil. Yes. He's got a play every drum. Can you play? That may speed. I don't think I want to say, yes. I don't think physically I could get my arms to move that fast. I think it's like if you figure out the pattern of it. Then you can. But I don't know. No. My react time is remarkably slow. I don't think I could make my move that fast. Have you ever tried drugs? No, well, should I know that sex Ed 'cause you know, they try they try that trigger the beginning where it's like you can do drugs and fuck real good. I stood on like a teacher. I want to try without drugs. And they were like you have passed the test and a door open, and they just let me to a room with a bunch of condoms in. The fuck. Well, actually, that's what the song love shack. We'll get there. Those spoilers. Rain a sex. I've class and you answer, and you go past the task, and I'll let you into the. Got you..
"max winkler" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin and I'm Jesse Malton and you're listening to Maltin on movies and speaking of movies. We have somebody here who's a pretty familiar face for movies and television and life. Which is to say, if you're jesse's age, you literally grew up watching him grow up your year younger than me. So I realized I, I really have watched you forever. Yeah, like there's there's no point that there wasn't a you in my life and that person would be Michael Barone. Oh, well, thank you so much. Thank you for having me such a pleasure such a pleasure. Such a pleasure spirit fingers for you. I think you know what we're so happy that you're here because we're such huge fans. I'm very happy to be here. We were just saying, how I I, when we first met. Leonard, and I, it was after a screening of ceremony at USC and we did a q. and a. and I remember specifically max Winkler, the director of the movie. Told me no matter what you're doing. You have to come to the Cuban. Because it's being moderated by the legendary Leonard Maltin. And so we all did well, yes. Interesting group of people to and included the poster designer. Yeah, it was very interesting. Yes and not composer. Eric Johnson was a party. It was was great. And max had been a student in that class. Right. And I think set a record because he was there with his own feature film. The actually released feature film, five years after graduating, it's impressive that is address up. We've had other many other alum come by or not so soon. Right. And specifically with that movie, it felt like a real. Tightknit, family affair like it. It was a very special feeling when we were making it. And yeah, it it, it was really, it was really unique in that. It was a cathartic experience. You know now now helped my faulty memory just a bit. There's a back story to this about your role that's in that movie. Would you share it with our listeners? Sure. Well, the story is that I, I read the script and met with max, and I say, we, I met a Jerry's deli. No, I say we, I met at the Chateau Marmon in which max was trying to woo me and impress me. And he says, we first met a Jerry's deli, and I'm not sure which one would no one goes to impress anyone you right? Exactly. But when I first read the script, he he sent it out to myself and Jesse is. Berg, and he wasn't sure which role he wanted either of us to play. He just wanted the two of us to to be in it, and I had known Jesse a little bit. And so we were friends and. E it wasn't exactly clear, but after reading through the script with max, and then with Jesse, it became very clear that at the time I was gonna play Marshall, the the friend of Sam in the film and Jesse was going to play Sam, the lead character. The one who has the affair with the much older woman and tries to crush the wedding of the much older woman and play. Eventually played by Houma Thermo. And so a year goes by and it's the writers strike and about three three weeks. Prior to filming, Jesse gets cast in a little film that nobody ever heard of called the social network and. And so the role of Sam was open and it was funny because Max's original instinct was that I could play either role, but when I read it and it was an interesting moment for me my life because I was in a relationship I was I was young and I felt like. It was a rule that I wasn't quite ready to play. The older part. But after a year of having not worked due to the writers strike after. You know, breaking up with my first girlfriend and and having sort of, you know, matured as they say into a slightly older but still young adult. I, I read for the part the part of Sam and. By got cast on the spot. And so it was it was a funny thing because when I first read the script, I wasn't, I don't think I was ready and then and then time is amazing that way. But it was also something because as an actor I have this sort of blind optimism at times that I could do anything, it's it's, it's really..
"max winkler" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Net son, Jake Avot Henry winklers, son, max Winkler, and. I believe David Katzenberg was in there who's Jeffrey Katzenberg son, and we had all them as n. John, Jake Abbott all were our interns. I was loud and they've all gone have huge success. It was quite the group of young seniors from crossroads high school. Definitely crossroads. Okay. Yeah, and now the hills is coming back, right? Is he going to be? Are they he? That's cool. They're doing the rebuil-. It's actually the same production team who does the show. I'm on Vanderbilt brutal. So now a lot of them have left us to go to the hills. So the crew you mean? Yes, not not the cast, but, but it's funny because there are so many of them who are friends with so many of us. I'm like, we should just like merge like a hills meets jersey shore with the site of Anna pump roles altogether all, but in LA. But in LA. Okay. I like it. I'm trying to let it out. You know, I'm trying. There's three different networks there. So that's progressing. That's what I hope Lucas is about you. Trust me. I will be producer since season. One of Andhra pump rules. I'm like, I'm going to take all of y'all jobs on day. Like I will be producing television all know all of the producers, like one of you, I'm gonna take it, not everyone. I don't wanna do audio. Don't want to edit, although. Now? No, but like field producing. Okay. Now, tell me I should know this by also I don't really in for my listeners. What is the difference between executive producing and producing? Depends depends on whether it's features are or TV, so it's this way producer. That's why part of the reason I do is podcasts nobody knows what the hell producer does that question all the time. So in television and executive producers, generally the writer is generally the show runner. That's like the job. That is the person that's in charge. So for example, Ryan Murphy is the executive producer of all of his shows, and the creator of all of us is show. So that's the job you want. Right. And so the producer generally is the person who really makes the wheels and wheels turn, you know, moving around the equipment, moving the trucks around things like that. It's really the flip in features. So in features high, the big producers, generally, the person that's been with the project, the longest is there on. Set creatively, making sure that you know everything kind of turns out the way the studio with the financier in the filmmaker wanted in the executive producer, generally is the person who either put some money in or is the line producer, which is the flip and television God, right? So confusing. Yeah. And then there's reality TV and then you have field producers who are out there with you every day because our show is unscripted right cells..
"max winkler" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"See. Like. Like. Dettori talking points God. Okay, can stay but me, no. So I felt a little bit undeserving on many levels, but what's vacation if you don't feel undeserving, you know. That's true. That's very true, right? Yeah, that's true. Also, you know what a treat, what would it really was a tree of internet humid? It's humility, but it was also a huge treat to not have internet for a week gotta say, well, I just want to point out that, although you're very understandably thrilled by your experience and. Not bragging, but like you're very proud of what you went through and then you, you had a great time deservedly. So I just want to tell you that I also had a great week and maybe people jealous of what I did last night. What did you do? I saw the wife starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce. You saw the wife starring Glenn Close? Yes. So you may have seen an elephant and got charged by a whatever it was. What was the word hall? I saw the wife starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce. You know, that's truly also a once in a lifetime experience, it sure is guessing many people were in their twenty people in that Peter maybe. How many seats were there? It's the big it was at the Paris. You know, the big, beautiful, Paris, Justice. I will remember my time in Botswana for the rest of my life. You remember the time seeing the startling close. So I saw, I saw the wife, I'm, I'm reaching here. I'm trying to find a reason to talk about the wife. I'm clearly the wife has maybe one of the who he is awards contenders of the year of the season will get nominated for anything. Probably not, but there's a chance Glenn Close good. If you know I was talking about it with our friend Joe after I saw Joe, if depending on how things go throughout the rest of the season, maybe Glenn, we'll get an Amish in. Maybe she won't, but she won't win. Do you think it's giving her the award that you didn't get for giving her the award chic-? She should've gotten for everything, you know, Albert nods. But everything else is, you know what? A, what? A, what? A wonderful career she said. But Albert what I'm saying is there were two who's in and one of them we've never talked about on the body cast. She. Cheap plays young and close and guess what? It's Glenn closest daughter, Anne stark. Not that great, but what is she? She looks like she was also an knobs. Did she play young Elbert? Oh, she played chocolate. Shop waitress. And she's also in the movie father figures playing guess what young click close. We. She's played young men, closest Weiss twice. I'm sorry. That is so nepotism, I. So she not that great. But you know, she's young, maybe maybe she'll get better. Yeah. Well, she should stop playing her mother, maybe and try some other risks and the other. The other speaking of nepotism, the other who in the wife is max irons. Son? I'm sorry, did they just cast Glenn Close and then people's offspring? I really don't. I, I don't know how they went through this casting process was Nancy Meyers daughter. The director. That would be funny speaking, max Winkler. Sorry, I'm trying to think of other kids. I, it's based on a Meg Wolter novel also by the way, which I haven't read any way we should. We should start the episode see the wife support. Glen, I think I'm not being paid by Glenn Close to do this on like Lindsey and Africa. Glenn Close not writing the check to tell you to see the wife so you should listen. I did see the two documentaries that I'm supposed to promote and ideally like them. They were really interesting. It did help that I was there in the place while I was watching the things like if you were seeing the wife next Glenn Close, it would have been a better. Of course. Imagine if you were watching into the Van Gogh in the Van Gogh delta. I can't even like I can't even. It sounds sublime. Let's start the episode. How long have we been talking about Africa and the wife, nine minutes, man, you added some of your own. Been a while they missed us. I hope I hope you missed us. We back..
"max winkler" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Does that all the time deniro's italian man no he's not deniro rubber demos waiting jewish than rubber is waiting talking talion okay but not aromas said it because banana ram knows what they're talking robert deniro waiting talking talion continue on please henry winklers italian son so max winkler barry winkle max winkler it's a movie written by three people one of them is alex mcaulay who only did the story i haven't i don't know much about what he's done he hasn't done a lot and then matt spicer did a screenplay pass on it with i don't know with max winkler separate from excellent winkler but they both have screenplays on it to name the reason i say matt spicer is because he wrote one of our favorite films of the year ingrid goes west he wrote the film yeah wow so this guy wrote a matt spicer who worked on flower roading goes west and you can kind of see similar themes and stuff like there is batman references in this movie too i wonder if he's just constantly inserting that man references into all his screenplays but it's kind of funny who who's in the film so we dutch by the way speaking of nepotism got max winkler right we got zoe dutch who is the daughter of leah thompson and howard dutch she was main girl and everybody wants them love she's incredible she's so good she looks so much like a mom though.
"max winkler" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Okay okay so all right well our flowers i saw a movie called flower it's do you have another soda can done i wish although michael fest bend is about as thick as one dear it's really not exit looks long thin you've seen it yeah but it looks like it's like no it's not a decent size girth pleasing listen you want it to be a thick i like michael fast don't you wanted to be thick sausage really came along it is people like different things fine if you wanna get you don't have to people don't some people like a thick sausage but others like asthma because that's what it looks like dan it looks like something you could you could change a light bulb with yes it's too it has a little section grasps grass the giant it's too exploratory yeah no things i want talk about that i saw flower it's directed and kind of written by a man named max winkler does that last name familiar to you is he the son of henry he is does he look a bit like henry manca right yes yes that's the phone yes he's constantly doing his dad's all day but that goes i mix winkler this is see how you doing i once reassemble the motorcycle when i was blinded my apartment now listen do you remember that episode yes now was henry winkler is he jewish yes because he played the talian right yes funds rally deniro.
"max winkler" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Of that type of gal took a great role in a film which talk about flour which is opening very soon as we take this from max winkler don't by max of this is a great piece of work and a great role for you i would say in a very cool and sample you'll copy i mean the the the more senior if we wanna call them that actors that like i mean i love and adore catherine han and adam scott my god and tonight ecc the estimate eker who yeah kind of a fund different every time you seem and seen in a different kind of a role yeah you're like oh that's tim interesting anyway um what's what's the appeal of this kind of a character who is a cruelly damaged in curley dealing with stuff in an interesting way give me a sense of just sort of like the the reasons do flowers shirts a flower kellyanne in my 16th is a movie about team vigilante hill and decide that her and her friends are going to take down and alleged up child molester at and it is um the dark comedy it's um i guess to be completely on us it's kind of part that i usually on the sidelines watching men get to play and i was just so shocked and thrilled when i read it that a girl was gonna have the opportunity to do that if it even if it wasn't me i was just stoked i think one men play these types of parts there morley ambiguous and when women play them they're not likeable i think it is the type of part that i got a lot of comments like what her her redeeming qualities than you know a lot of that stuff which is totally fine i was i am so open to the conversation and talking about at all but i was just i think it's it it's the most creatively fulfilling than movie i've had had the opportunity to be in shot it in sixteen days is going to say that some were those boggles my mind from griggs were comes out of what the short roll shooting skills.
"max winkler" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"For kidding humor and talent and we've always just got an along famously uh so this was the took too long to actually bring her into the office for a long conversation but i i'm glad we got we got there her new film is called flower which mentioned that it threatened by max winkler comes out march 16th in theaters i believe also probably on i tuned in vat and all that kind of fun stuff a really it's kind of like a dromedary at a great role for zoe as always you've never seen her before of course if you don't know so he from vampire academy or this upcoming film you might have seen her never buddy wants some she was in before i fall she's one of these actors that's like always great and of course why him last year a opposite james franco um i expect bigger and better and greater things from zoe she's uh she's a very talented and has a bright future ahead of her so check out flower coming soon to a few peter or tv screen near you enjoy this conversation was though in you know what i'm going to say before i i handed off of this conversation review rate and subscribe police i met a bunch of fans of the podcast while i was at an la for the oscars so so thank you for all the love uh there and thank you in advance for your love of iowa subscribing and reviewing and ridding the podcast it means a lot to me and it means a lot to future listeners of happy second fused because that's how they're going to find the show thanks to your wove and attention and no zoe deutsche.