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"ondo" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:54 min | Last month

"ondo" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"First off the native people originally a habit since living on every single consonant than somebody shows up and says i discovered it. How can you discover some way already found. Let's say credit places already around like cortez ondo so daily on his it all started with christopher columbus. Europe's obsession with western discovering would big trains as well. And it's down. You were searching for gold in the eastern long ago. Fourteen ninety two. We are not story. He sailed to awesome. Here's what i did learn school after landing. In a bahamas. He treated.

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"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:01 min | 5 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And generally. When i start i sort of write a treatment And then like sort of a law outline and generally by the end of the film. It's treatment number forty nine. You know it goes through tons. I'm constantly reevaluating challenging my own perceptions. I screen the hell out of my films screener for hundreds of people i mean this covert found that i just made up probably under five hundred people I love getting feedback. Most editors hate that. But i always love storing information. I can back of my head just to see what people you know. We're not just some little castle to osama sashes ultimately we want people see our films right. So i i love getting feedback to know what is connecting with people. It's not connecting with people Is what i'm intending to do. Emotionally intellectually this truly happening or is it over on my dreaming. It's happening so it even with the scripted on the scissors. Shoot and it you know but with docs really is like my favorite thing is breaks down all of our preconceived notions that we didn't even know we had in the first place by the ember. Just like oh. I don't have any judgments you know. And now i have to make the whole audience. Feel that way you know. Do your test screenings they homespun. Are they like twenty people on clipboards afterwards or is it like five hundred people at once like five screenings one hundred people like how did you had you break down. I generally go to sort of like rounds ago through like people. I trust i and then i go through other people i trust and then i go through people i don't know. And then you have the original people back some people back then and then i somehow to do like actual focus groups now like one. Is you pay for but like on the females. Do not a right Test screenings to than they end even just watching a film with people haven't seen the film you the criticism that comes up on us. You know what. I mean in seeing through there is even if that's not what they're seeing but just soon as you're screening for any kind of audience it's like a whole you know what i mean. I ended up like re. I always end up like throwing the film up in the air at that point right after test screening it just takes a big turn usually. Yeah those are big moments. Okay well thank you. Thank you so much for making this in bringing the incoming all the way here sharing with us. Yeah it's the first time. I've seen a film since the in this theater since they redid it. Which i guess was right before coded so to see this. I felt like it was at a concert was awesome and it was a great concert. So thank you for for for chattan. Thank you all for coming meant so much so good job..

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"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

06:45 min | 5 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Always want to go into it in. Especially they're really wanted to make medigene a character You know besides his efforts to a decent size mental health. He done a lot of work trying to show the world that there's more to managing more to columbia than drugs and pablo escobar and so of making making matters gina character the energy the beauty the love Character was really important to me to also thought the score was awesome. And i it felt like they were friends of his. Or how did you find those composers. Have they come to be part of the project. So i worked with the same hosmer. I i've always used h. Scott salinas. And then i wanted to have a lot the sounds of jose in the score as well and so i- he has this sort of wonder kid producer twenty four years old Skyrock indo In sky came in for a few days into sorta gave us a bunch of beets in a bunch of sort of like wild tracks that we incorporate in the score and then he's he's got a few specific songs winter using just a lot of sort of Almost like wild sound that incorporated into the into the score to make sure that it was a huge physician between the energy of jose's music. End the score itself. Although i did want position. But i want to be like a huge chasm. No is like this. It was like arrest. Restful coming off the song but it was like it felt one you know. It felt like a piece but it's interesting. You are the same composer all the time. That's a very intimate relationship than like at across every film and that person must be very. What's his new Salinas super versatile composer. Do you also use the same other crew members that are the same or is it pretty much different team. I've i've sort of varied up a bit over the years but I i liked working often with the same people. I think it's the best that you know. You have a family in you. Go with that family and But you know. I think each film requires a different set of characters depending on what the subject matters so that collaboration must have been really fund fro. One of j alvin guys with your composer and it worked. Yeah it's neat. All right another question from the audience in the back but there for sure. Yeah i mean. I think he was sort of damned if he didn't damned if he didn't as succession You know i think for the most part he was he was A lot of good feedback for what he did. I think he's got a lot of hate to you. Know people didn't think he said enough people didn't think he you know he didn't go as far as they wanted him to And yet some people said he didn't go yet. This ran the gamut of people who were happy with what he said aren't happy with what he said. And i think the interesting thing is that when you know as i'm sure many of you know is at columbia has been undergoing massive protests again over the past couple months as the film's been released and that seems to directory that you see in this one week during the film. has has been rekindled Both on the streets medigene but also within jose himself. You know people looking to him to say something people not happy with him with what he said in that. Same sort of debate so whether how much she's grown from the week Has been sort of you know debated a lot. Anyone else right here. It's a very good question. I can't say i've thought about that i think. I don't know i think on one hand in. I'm sure people now is might not be happy with this andrew. But i empathize with jose. I feel like my. I generally try to not make my films political. Although they are extremely political you know i. I most my about very topical things. But i keep myself outta them when i do press. I don't like to bring my own. You know i'm. I have very strong feelings about this world in in our government and our government Over the past four years But i i really to me. Our world is divided enough. I think that film and documentary film has ability to bring people together. And that's that's sort of the smaller role that i feel like i play in this world To while i didn't necessarily totally agree with his stance. I could understand empathize with his his reluctance. I guess to to sort of enter into that debate that i don't know if that entered your question. Yes yeah i really talented Editors from both columbia in the states. there's four of us and then me And it started out sort of pandemic story. The eighty five ninety percent of the film was cut pre code in then we locked last ten percent Sort of as. Kobe was entering the us. And as starting this other doc in so it was. It was a strange thing to. I'm a very hands on person To a fault in in so yeah it was. It was strange. Do so. I generally when i start out for Probably said this on the stage before. But when i was twenty one years old i heard almazo safe. You end up with the store. You started with the new on listening along the way and i think that's good advice for life and i think that's good advice for filmmaking. Don't be dogmatic be open to the story changing. And that's something that i've really held close to my heart both in my macro decisions in my career and on a sort of frame to frame minute. Second second while shooting claim to fame in the room way.

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"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"This be the new you so comfortable I sensed it. An i tested it in played out and so we ended up having For a lot of the verite through the week is two different. Dp's often with him And i was you know right there with the monitor. Yeah is a way different. Experience for me I just seen this movie Ways i don't know if seen it but others really really beautiful film. So i reached out to the dp It's a narrative film and he never saw a doctor. For and i'd another dp hooves. You know sort of veteran. Doc shooter and i decided right before the little relented mexico that i wanted the narrative dp shoot the verite. The doctor if he to oversee the concert. And i think that's probably the more the better decisions i made. It was really fun to see drew. Who shall aways work in. Verite environment was so instinctual as a really fun thing to see I made a narrative. Private or in was really lucky to work with Rob richardson on that in. You know we got a lot of that similarly sort of verite way. I'd always dreamed of having. Bob shoulda on dock with me so i guess this sort of closest i got to that for for this for probably sixty percent of it. I wasn't shooting the factually day-to-day verite I was yeah. I was as about. It wasn't holding the camera and then and then for some of the more intimate scenes that was just me along with the camera. Yeah his his. His his team was behind the film. i it was a requirement for me in making this final. Cut a new. There's a lot of players volvo than those. This is mandatory for me to have final cut on this so Luckily there's no issues in. He's been very gracious with the film in this time in in marketing and everything so In part of the reason. I didn't chew going back to the previous question is that it was able to establish report with jose quite quickly but as the sort of cast of characters was coming in and out i would. It was constantly dancing explaining trying to make you feel comfortable and get used to the sort of this final approach so as it was just a constant dance throughout that week. Yes right there. We we didn't we didn't use A chemical is tony. Venice actually use predominantly extremely cheap discount in like five hundred dollar lenses that that i'm sort of really dogmatic with the lenses that us he's cannon seventeen to fifty five and a canon twenty four zero five and that's what i using the cartel and that's where he is the city of ghosts and that's what i sort of required to us on this They're not great lenses but they to me they're the best way to shoot berretta So thank you thought that. It's not surprising that sony actually Green is just like it just. The color is incredible. And i also thought it was really interesting that he's just so colorful his land. His world is just color is house is clothing everything. He's struggling with so much darkness underneath it. All you know. I think we i.

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"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"In him. I mean i think Ah saw someone who was really vulnerable. And i think you know on the surface. He had everything I mean that's the whole tension between j galvin. Right is that this. He's a the babylon ever knows. Forty six and a half million followers is sort of playboy. Fancy cars jewelry as says. He's a really sensitive soul and That also is a bit of a trope in music in celebrity athletes. And everything sort of these two duality of a person but Particularly stark in him And i think that the tension between the public facing j galvin in the interior. Jose i think is is sort of a fulcrum of of of a lot of anxiety in a lot of attention At his core he's just a he is a really normal guy in that scene in communitarize day when he's going to see all the fans in the photo shoot it's really him. I mean if he talks to the little kid around app tomb in the same talks to jay z year. That he talks to me talks to you. I mean he really treats everyone the same. And i think that's a really beautiful thing so Yeah it was really. I feel extremely lucky that he made himself so open ethnic it's very rare three people that famous do that So i have a tremendous amount of respect for him. And i you know i at an amazing amazing crew in columbia that that helps Make the phone possible It was really. It was really special experience. Yeah he i mean. I think the whole metaphor also of him coming home and then coming home to himself you know. Having to like really dig deep it all really Automatically was a beautiful kind of holistic experience. You know So i love the shot I'll never forget that picture. You put in of him with paint splatter on his face miami just struggling by day and night to make it you know and then when he does. It's not like yeah. He's he doesn't lose that part of himself. You know love always says he can never turn down anybody taking a picture with him and then you see that at the very end of the film like people. He's like literally putting his window up and down like let people in so it's great. I want to open it up and make sure that other people have a chance to ask matt questions of right there in the center back Also thank you. I know this is a strange experience. Be back in. A theater is really really special to first of all. See it on the big screen in this amazing room but also byu with people. So i know it's hard to re assimilate into the world. So thank you all for coming here. yeah it was. It was also a different experience. Shooting verite with jose. I knew how comfortably was with cameras so in most of my verde films. It's often just me alone shooting. That's that's where i feel most comfortable as a director. whatever. I am.

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"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"I always say whether it's cartel Coaster made about kovin Is to if we can at least attempt to allow audience members to feel what we felt in that room in that stadium in that in that meth lab. In wherever you are if we can put you on the ground there make you feel those emotions than we've somewhat succeeded. That's absolutely at its. It's about creating a visceral response in the audience. And that's that can be hard when you're not you know actually framing something up as a scripted film. You know but you you manage to do that really well. I mean and i was actually wondering if you started the film in mexico just to get us show as he arrives in michigan or whether it it was a relationship to cartel land in and that you actually have shot extensively mexico and you speak spanish and maybe that's how you even came on board this film but there's no relationship there no in fact i was actually the first time i'd been back to mexico since cartel ian so no. I think the purpose of mexico's sort of a foil to to be part of the arrival of the big homecoming concert on so i really want to be with him on that journey. I didn't even plan as until before Plan on shooting that first concert in mexico. I just when he walked out in all those cell phones shine. China is grabbed the camera and started shooting. Ms it looked so beautiful. Yeah the coverage of mexico's show is not as you were there to get the plane ride. In more so than industry insurance see how he moves around the stage in see how he relates his body language the audience. I really was more there to study him On dodgy shot it ended up shooting a few different songs but and his speech about depression which is a perfect opening. The foul really sets the tone I have this chance to ask you which. I don't think even when you were on my show for cartel land i asked you what. What was the original. Draw to be dot filmmaker like. How did you ever even start. I got rejected from teacher america. I got rejected from film school. Yeah but that i. That's because i had been making documentaries in college and they didn't know what this.

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"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:02 min | 5 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"You know he's spiritual guy in as as you see in the film. Meditation positions role in comedy has nerves in has been sort of his his medicine as anxiety depression. I think you know. Ramirez has been a big part of that for him. And so i think as you struggling with these sort of big ideas of who he is. And what is his role He sought the counsel of all the people around him But you know. That's why. I love making verite. Doctors you just. You just never know what's going to happen But the things. What i find in my experience making them is that the puzzle pieces arrive like if you hang in there all the pieces start just appearing in this magical way whether it's weaker it's a year you know it's like comes to be and then of course you at it. And that's where it really the serendipity you can connect all those dots magically Did that what. What was the biggest surprise for you. In the edit. I think this film more than any film. By far the sort of the ark was quite clear as shooting in i think the most the nuance actually came during that week in subtexts in and obviously there's a lot that you know the juxtaposition energy that we created in the data room but i think Again more so than any other film i've ever made. I really was clear. Sort of what was happening the time it was fun to be able to sort of. I always believed that. Context is a slippery slope. I didn't wanna make the cradle-to-grave jose film. I wanted to make really present day. Present tense movie. And you know i want to give you little information's you needed snow about where it came from to understand where he is now. But i didn't want to go into all those tropes that a lot of music homes have actually. I wanted to mention that like. There's no the songwriting or his hair being spray painted. Or you know all the things that you would normally see. There's a little bit of that backstage in between performances changing clothing peeing in a bottle in cool little moments like that but otherwise it is really interesting to see a film about a musician where you're not really seeing any of that. You're not seeing how the songs came together. You're not seeing the rehearsals. You know I think that's really pretty great that choice but did you said you shot a lot of traditional things to make sure to cover your basis than just ended up being able to leave him out right. Yeah i had one of my producers chewed. I'd actually never did any of the interviews. Just because i was like i so i felt so strongly that we have is verite film and so that's what i all. My energy was was put into that. I wanted that as a safety mechanism. Just in case. I was wrong but Yeah i think i love. I love editing. i love shooting. I feel so lucky to do what i do. What we do and I think one of the things..

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"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"About his own battles with mental health anxiety and depression. Something that i've dealt with myself and we just connected in. I felt like to me whenever i look at a film. It always wanna try to say something. Hopefully bigger deeper than just was on the surface. I knew just in that sort of thirty minute. Conversation that he would make itself vulnerable I'd no idea that when we land medigene that the protests would happen that the that the film would become verite film about really an artist. You know struggling to find his voice But that's what the the film became. I was actually gonna ask you about that. Because i as an artist struggle with as a filmmaker becoming an activist we kind of threaten our access like our access becomes at risk. Because we're taking a side. And i wonder if that was part of why he was reluctant. You know he said that. I like throw the artist. Really just make people feel better or get bring people together and if you're saying one side or the other than that was the risk maybe you know almost like taylor swift went through But yeah tell me about that. Arc what happened with him there. I think he a lot of things. Hopefully a lot of it's shown on the movie. But i think he felt like he really put himself out there in talking about his own battles with mental health. As a you know. A man from columbia Generally talk about. And i felt like he sort of felt like he'd already put himself out there a lot and i think this week is really reckoning about politically was his role as as was famous. People in colombia. Obviously evans looking to him to say something and as you said like he felt like he uses entertainer Until as you know we you know you can't plan the stuff as a documentary filmmaker. But to have this sort of prism of this one week to sort of have a man reckoning with himself seeking the counselors trends in his in his colleagues to try to understand that role Was was fascinating was the turning point for him. The boy who was killed and and sort of wear did you. When did it bubble up for you. Like oh my god. This is happening. I've got to go on and get this because it's reminded me of your work cartel land you know. I imagine you're probably the person filming a lot of that. It didn't look like archival. The you acquired the i. I mean we went down there kind of making a very thinking. We make a very traditional sort of music presenting. This concert interviewed his family. I mean we did interview tons and tons of interviews Through that week with everyone around him. But i instantly felt like i could make verite film that i could make to fly on the wall and so while we had that that in the can you know no one's ever seen it because yes just the dna film completely changed and that was it was so exciting to build a sort of shoot We were shooting in eighteen hours a day. We shooting we from the moment. He woke up to anyone to bed. And this is a guy who obviously has had cameras random his whole life or whole sort of professional life and i don't think he'd ever had cameras around him in this way in for me as a filmmaker in two obviously is that trust in that report generally built over weeks or months and i had to build that like instantly and you.

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"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"On for their spoiler conversation. I think it's one of just. I guess it's your first time ever seeing it projected because of coverage so right it is my first time. Yes how was it. I was amazing. It's beautiful sound was. I was just asking you what you shot it on because it's gorgeous it's the color i mean he's so colorful and his motif is so colorful but the cameras using we're just i mean just picked up every i've never seen anything so just beautiful in terms of Crowd shots there at the end. Thank you yeah you said. How many people did you have shooting that last concert. The concert we had. I think twelve cameras. Okay and where were you our thinking around or has in control room to ahead said directing the directing live and you told me also during dinner that you had never shot concert before this hell never saw the. I've noticed more than two cameras in my life. So that's amazing. Then we had about a week to prep for so because in the i've shot a lot of concerts and that shot in mexico in that first concert when you get behind him and there's glowing white light and then there's the phones it. It's like the dream shot. I mean i've never actually seen a concert. Shot that stat perfect. You know it's a beautiful shot. Yeah and it really speaks to what he's talking about which is is probably a big part of. Why did tell me about how you ended up making this film. Yeah i mean so jose His team reach out to me I was always interested in making music in maybe making a concert doc I met him after show that he played as a garden. And we we connected. He talked a lot.

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"ondo" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

08:20 min | 7 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Worldwide sensation and And it was really my life on film. It was like you know but simultaneously. I'd been filming. We live in public. And so i made a movie about mind control in between which she's like. My jazz record called join us. Because bush won the election even though there is no reason for him to win. It was like we were in a war predicated on a lie or communism. The dumpsite thought there was mind in america. Made a movie about cults. Call join us in judas. But meanwhile the whole time since nineteen ninety nine. I was filming josh errors and his vision of the internet for movie call. We live in public. Which i couldn't finish until we had the iphone because no one would understand. What happened that bunker manhattan in one thousand nine hundred nine without the internet and facebook so as soon as data came forward that i realized that movie was prophecy of social media and a lack of intimacy and privacy in modern age and i to finish that and then that one sundance when that one sundance. It really solidified my career. You know in a way. That i i can't. It's just incredible. Because i think people off off dig will. Maybe she's maybe it's just the story that she grabbed. Hold over them. When i when i begin the first person to win sundance twice. It was like oh it's her. She actually knows how to tell stories. You know which is then granted me a lot of opportunities more than financial opportunities. The opportunity to document what i want. You know when. I'm interested in something i cannot. I can usually go find that person or pursue that thing and i have this reputation. Thanks to sundance. That can't be taken away. But that's just the festival in terms of maple for i have sundance to thank for a formation of the project. Really i mean i- option the rates originally two thousand six got in touch with foundation in two thousand nine a while. Because i'd won sundance twice. They gave me the rights. Like wouldn't they wouldn't have recognized me from adam otherwise so And then. Because i want when i won for wheel live in public. I got a call from the institute about have scripted film. I happen to have a script. A wonderful man that had been written by brusca. Richard wonderful guy mostly forgotten designer and he wrote her original script. That was like a push. Shoe miss look at mapplethorpe. And i said why do i do have a project sort of in the background that i'm developing about robert mapplethorpe and they said we'd love to see it and they invited me to the lab says summer two thousand ten. I went and i lived at sundance over a month. My first lunch the first egg there was one on one with robert. Redford you know just about for. I had ed harris standing next to me onset. I had leslie link ladder giving the critique. I shot four scenes with hollywood actors to workshop and at the end of it. they said. Congratulations you know you really ready to ready to direct scripted work based upon how you directed these scenes of by you need a new script and you have to write it and you need a star and so that that was it i mean they is what makes you think i can read it and i said well the way you've made these other movies. You clearly understand this kind of character and how to tell that story. We'd like to see it applied square and this is feedback from from redford and at me. Talk about good calls. Like edison against it was ten of them. Ten masters joan darling. An incredible acting coach never gone to film school. You know i come out of college and just don into making fills. Dive started making documentaries. That are public access station. When i was a student at yale university had no production facilities back then. So i had no real formal training and my training came from sundance and it came from the director's lab. Writers live on. When i got out of there. I sat down and i thought i have to write the script and i contacted mabel foundation. They sent me a box of books and some early works book. This gold book that i then learned about it as applause artist which becomes part of the movie by both that compared his work. Rodin and nick alangelo that was absolutely vital to my understanding of who he as an artist world. And you know it was thanks to the support of middled or foundation and sundance that this film gummy even gave us a grant. I mean it. Yeah so i can't say enough for. Wow let's that's amazing that servants as just to say they are very important institution. For truth they are. They're all about nurturing. The lakers in telling her stories. And telling the truth. Absolutely you hit from directors all the time about how sundance is you know. One of the best went one of the best Gateways i mean. I like my favorite stories kevin. Smith's i mean everyone knows that story so What is straight. He was to do with the festival and can be at the festival. Yeah so he was. Basically it's a story of clicks. Saw him maxing out five credit cards when he was young. He just shot the film At his old convenience store at nights not in business. Alison you know. He's just like it was like a hail mary you know. He sold his car in and then he got noticed. And that's the power of the sun. Offense don't just mean there's there's no better festival the premier which is why it was tragic that that mapplethorpe didn't have a chance to share. I couldn't own it. But but i think it's just. Oh it's not as often known that the latins are are quite as formative as they are the sundance directing writing producing labs are just like and now they're all around the world. I mean i encourage. Anyone is watching this to look it up because you might think. Oh that's in utah. But now they're in england india there. They're all over the place now Well maybe with covid maybe not by than in virtually the screenwriting wives they just they just really nurture artist. Michelle sadder i should say. Her name is one of the most phenomenal forces in independent film. She founded sundance with. Robert redford and she runs the labs and she's one of the most sensitive a intelligence people i've ever met so yeah. I'm extremely grateful for that. An eye to was you know before before dig went to chance. I was literally so skinny. My brother and i were early dig. We're buying tapes because we saw it on tapes back and the people that jason will be like. Shouldn't you go across. The street to the grocery store gets booed by you. Buying so many teaser. Because you're so skinny. You know like we were not starving to death but we were definitely taking every set and putting film which no one understood because neither band sound skinned. Anything couldn't get arrested making up home then. I finally rebound investor anton early duster away because he was going through his. You've seen the film since he was going to wear white and come when i call heroines as like threatening threatened his life and that was it for that own shit finance. Your romance said you're sitting on pot of gold. I hope you keep it up. But i can't risk my life for this like okay. Well we all our stories. Wow we're riding along. I've one fun question for you. This is this is just closed it out after covering the lives of cermony talented people. Who's next on your radio. What's your next project. Well all dream project mean. I'd say the couple of things going on right now in the background. I'm curious bo is is a big inspiration for me but a dear friend of mine making about him speak yeah But now i i'm interested in In really telling stories that are a little closer to home. I mentioned that. I documented the death of my father and i think it's really important that we have the right to die and also my father was an impossible visionary probably the original one in my life. He he He founded an airline of the fastest growing airline in the history.

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"ondo" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

06:56 min | 7 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Third and in california we have an end of life option. Act and he was a phenomenal man. An incredible father and dedicated all february early march. Two making sure that his departure was as good as it could be an that. He understood how much she was locked in. He said goodbye to all of this brand and documented everything so again. Even like the this thing this director's coming out should be the greatest thing that ever happened to me. You know but it was exactly opposite. I had to push it in order to to be there for my father to be there for myself in the wake of losing my father. So we bush. You know luckily pushed the release till the second of april but again real life. You know huge. Massive moment of losing the patriarch of my family happened opposite the release director's cut so again. It's perspectives and it's like okay while it's wonderful but it's just a movie. Well i mean a long after apologize. Look along the in my sincere condolences for your father and it is to have two giant life altering things happen to your at both like both releases of the movie. That's that's insane and it must take a lot for your to must've taken a lucky to not be bitter about stress release and be trying like internalize it and just be like look. I have to stand by this cut because this is the movie that i made in some shape or form but not not really sir. You must must've taken a lot are For for really standing around. I really admire and respect that the show yes a lot of distinct parallels there and it's a great learning experience you know to it just important as an artist especially if you're making films about people that are real To kind of really aware of all of the circumstances in life and how they kind of play together you know and that's really what attracted me to film making him. A first place was could i could. I recreate the serendipity of life somehow. Could i connect the dots of the incredible journey. That we all take this unique journey that we all take that has so many parallels we all have we go through so many things that make this the human condition that we have on you know no matter of circumstances rebel. Experience that during cova now this past year And it's just it's it's always important to me to kind of balance and my work with trying as best. I can to to have to be present in my life. And i'm someone who's dedicated to my work you know. I'm like cutting my films. I edit my films shoot my films even shot all the super eight middle's united kept a camera on my director's chair and i knew that in ninety days we couldn't shook the entire script. So i i was shooter way to work. I shoot it on away. Way to set the brooklyn bridge a lot of that footage that you see you know just kind of life in new york. At that time. I was just in between stuff or mad like lying in the bed as nancy schreiber. Fantastic depew relighting. I like films with money on his chester kate. Mary-anne and say take patty and sandy outside and have them do that dance. You know just have phone with the actors so that we had some peanut butter. The bread is the way that's awesome. That's that's that's such a cool way to do things it's awesome. I wanted to ask you about the actual. john wrote self. Because you've primarily directed documentaries about musicians like russell brand the dandy wall some curious to know what stage you're towards covering the life of a different kind of obvious but also choosing it to do it as more of a drama set of a documentary Because it look it suddenly feels documentary like But like you said you also focused on being incredibly reflective as well. So is that something that you wanted to achieve drama and you thought was more effective liar drama than a documentary as well well first off. He's dead so i felt like i wanted to bring up a live in order to make an anthem for artists. I wanted to Really have you feel the tension that he felt as he was coming of age coming into his art and really the camera became this almost tiger's tale that he grabbed a hold of it led him into these worlds he could never have otherwise entered. You know it mediated the experience of made it safe for him to go into some. You know he wasn't. He wasn't yet in touch with the fact he wasn't yet allowing himself to admit he was gay. Because being gay when you're a catholic boy in that era was really not not good. You wouldn't be right with god anymore. He certainly wouldn't be right with father and he was an altar boy i mean. He had all the respect for the church but he also loved the iconography and love the sexuality inherent and all of that imagery around jesus in the blood and the crossing the river. Cages in the flowing robes. I mean he loves that stuff is and it informs all his work you know but before he could even be gay he was in those gay plots with the cameras and and i relate to that as a documentary filmmaker. You know you mentioned dig. You mentioned my day. You know whether it's dig or we live in public in a bunker in manhattan with one hundred fifty people living under constant surveillance. Or it's you know a brand the second coming with russell brand and suddenly in the comedy world or it's even movie cool at it. The camera loudly into climate change labs and at into places. I never would've gone and asking questions. I never would have asked you know and i feel like that's really what the camera did for robber early on so i related on that level but i wanted to make a scripted film because i really felt like if people could see a person like this. He's very similar to a lot of my subjects. That i call them impossible visionaries other people that kind of take on the impossible. They see something we can't see on there. They have to kind of withstand the doubt ridicule of many people. That don't understand always pushing up. How always pushing up but as much as you might have issues with things that they do or things that they say are how they act. You can't help. Respect them you know and hopefully you actually start to kind of lean in to the gray.

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"ondo" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

05:11 min | 9 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on Software People Stories

"I don't My answer staying with me Come home i'll be alone. So are you staying at office okay. Did anything change after you be combatants again. It is more about media the demands on women. And how we as men can be supportive of women. That is the whole team that in. yeah so. So it's a coupla that james lead slate monning when a goal lehrer show. I'll take care of kit. Sometime will not us. And night. I supported making on ondo so either under aside business i am to incorrect with gadot Since i always had support out beyond.

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Who Will Be Performing at the Grammys 2021?

Bob Sirott

02:18 min | 9 months ago

Who Will Be Performing at the Grammys 2021?

"Be appearing? Do we know Yeah. One or two names that will try to fill the massive void that it will be left by the weekend. Not being there. People like Taylor Swift. People like Billy, I'll ish, uh, do a leap a post Malone. Coldplay's Chris Martin are all slated to perform. There was that thing going on on Twitter this week regarding Bruno Mars, where he said on Twitter that he's got a new band and would love to appear on the Grammy Awards, and it went back and forth with the Grammy people. Oh, did you change your number? We've been trying to get ahold of you. Oh, yes, I'd be happy to appear so anyway. Bruno Mars. Ondo. His new band called Silk Sonic will be among the performers Harry Styles is from the one direction is going to He's going to start the show is going to be the lead performer on it. Maren Morris. Meghan, the stallion. John Mayer. Miranda Lambert s O. I'm the It's one of the best nights of music. I mean, a lot of people go. I don't even know these cigarettes. I don't There's you know you want upside and like my dad did when the Beatles came out. That's not me. It was like, I don't know what that is. Actually a lot of it. Even you know, the new performers give it a chance that a lot of it is really great music. So it's going to be Sunday night's gonna be seven o'clock. Trevor Noah. Is hosting the show this year, so I think it's going to be funny. They're gonna be doing it mostly virtually at different locations around the world, like they did the Golden Globes a couple of weeks ago, and Beyonce is the artist to beat. She's got nine nominations, and if she winds up winning, let's see. She's got 24 now, so all she has to do is win eight more, and she will tie Sir George Sheltie, formerly of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, He is the record Grammy holder with 31. Right now. So, Beyonce, you know, she wins more than that. She could beat Sir George Solti. But you know Chicago in holding onto that distinction for quite some time. Now, that is a

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N.B.A. Investigating After Jeremy Lin Said He Was Called ‘Coronavirus’

CBS Sports Radio

01:25 min | 10 months ago

N.B.A. Investigating After Jeremy Lin Said He Was Called ‘Coronavirus’

"On Jeremy Lin is Facebook Post about stereotyping and the way that Asian Americans Have been treated. At times and referencing. You know him being called coronavirus on the court, and I just think it's something that's been very Casual Over the years that casual Racism or stereotyping towards Asians. Um and you can't undo any of that stuff. But when you can do is is become aware of it, realize it and stop it. And hopefully that's the big picture takeaway from from Jeremy Lin's Facebook post. You know the D G legs apparently investigating maybe that the incident specifically he referenced. Ondo again. Like I said, with the Corona virus thing, it's I think combination of on the court people are trying to say the ugliest worst thing they could say to you. And then casual. Racism towards Asians having been Tacitly approved so often over the years and then Thirdly, you know, when you have somebody just repeating Chinese virus over and over again, you That's the casual aspect of what I'm talking about, rather than You know, Regardless of where origin is, you know, you put that in people's heads. You put that out into the universe, and, um You get ugliness like

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Understanding the GameStop Stock Market Drama

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

04:17 min | 10 months ago

Understanding the GameStop Stock Market Drama

"Markets have been shaken again over the past two weeks as Reddit Day traders boosted shares of companies like game Stop. And sent short selling hedge funds running with long short funds losing 6% overall last month, and Melvin Capital alone, plummeting 53%. But most hedge funds emerged unscathed. And Steve Cohen's 0.72 even attracted $1.5 billion in new money. Here's sweet that Ramachandran, GAM investment manager, I assume hedge funds are probably reluctant to short small cap stocks right now, if the fear that the Reddit brigade might be behind those, But by early this week, game stops to the moon rally started to come back toward Earth, and not even the reddit flash mob or changes the top of the company. Could get the irrational exuberance going again reminding us why hedge funds and short sellers target companies like Gamestop investor that gets caught in the up dressed on that and doesn't understand that investing well, it looks like it's all going up to the person to click the last by understand that that could happen to them that quickly. That's former e trade financial CEO Carl Rossner. I ask Council on foreign relations senior fellow Sebastian Mallaby, if anything will fundamentally change. In the hedge fund world. I don't really, I mean, I think that hedge funds which of course, go back to the sixties, at least have proven to be an amazingly robust platform from which to think creatively about risk. Ondo. They adapt. You know they get new stuff yesterday in their ways when they began, there was no such thing as trading currencies because turned his world fixed it together one mark, it's hardly existed. You have to trade stocks by appointment on. They adapted all the way through that, As everything changed the authentic thea advent of reddit the advent of Robin Hood. This is just the latest iteration of the long, long history of financial innovation, and every time hedge funds figure it out. You also have regulators trying to figure it out as it were, after the fact we have the Treasure Secretary Janet Yellen now saying She's meeting with regulators, saying, We need to take a hard look at this about the volatility and whether this might actually put in jeopardy. Some investors. We also have hearings in Congress coming up. Do you expect there might be some tweaking, at least to the regulations? I think with respect to Robin Hood on the fact that it had to close down Access to trading on second stocks. That's the kind of market interruption which regulators order take action on. You need the infrastructure of trading to be reversed you, you know you need to look at the plumbing, and some regulators put it. And so the back part of the system will definitely because they're fresh. Look, What about on the short selling side? There have been proposals as you know, well for short, so staff to disclose their positions, individual positions, which is done is I understand in Europe. Do you think there might be a renewal of that call? And by the way, why do we have to disclose on the long side and not the short? I'm not sure, Actually, that hedge funds do disclose on the long side unless they buy more than Disposable fresh over believe it's 5% or something off the company so you could get away with a lot without disclosing. I think you know when you Taking a really big position. Probably there's it becomes a systemic threat to you. You know, you might blow up if that position where to go very badly wrong on so regulators to care about the soundness of the system ever all Have a legitimate interests, but I think it's more positions shouldn't have to be disclosed. But we certainly had some large hedge funds who took a big hit on. I wonder whether that did suggest it could be systemic risk here. Well, the beauty of hedge funds is that through their long history They've proven to be smart enough to fail. Not too big to fail, they actually can blow up and people often cite long term capital management in 1998 Aziz. The big exception actually, if you go back and look at that incident The New York Fed convened the banks to recapitalize them, but no taxpayer money. Zero went him. So freestanding hedge funds. I'm not counting here, the subsidiary of best stones that went wrong in a rage. Freestanding hedge funds have never had a taxpayer bailout mills in capital has not needed to taxpayer bailout. That's the good thing about hedge funds.

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"ondo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"ondo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"What a nice Ondo. Hello today, here inside where I hide with my loneliness. I don't care what they say. I want stay in a world without love. Sing out at you. And rain because I okay here, I'll stay with my loneliness. I don't care what they say. I won't stay in a world without love. So I wave And in a while I will see my true Loe smile she make home I know when when she does I lose baby until then lock me away. And allow the day here inside where I hide with my lonely I don't care what they say. I will say in a world with So anyways and while way see my true love's make, I don't know when When she does. I know so, baby Until then, Lock me away on Don't allow the day here inside where I hide with my loneliness. I don't care what they say. I was staying over with love. I don't care what they say. I want stay in a world with love. Cousin Brucie. Yeah. Hey, it's 66 W A B C D Greece. I shall love statement. Music Radio 77 w A B C. It's tough. Best of Cousin Brucie, your cousin Brucie..

Idaho health board meeting halted after 'intense protests'

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Idaho health board meeting halted after 'intense protests'

"Public health officials Tuesday night was halted because of protests outside Intense protests led to an abrupt end to Tuesday night's meeting of the Central Health District. In Boise, Idaho. Board member Diana Laci Ondo tearfully told others she had to go home to be with her son because protesters were outside their home. Dr. Ted App really added, It is not under control of my house. And it's not under control of Diana's house. Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Central Health District parking lot protest was organized, at least in part by a loose knit group called People's Rights, which was created by Ayman Bundy, who led armed standoffs in Nevada in 2014 and Oregon. In 2016, I might grow CIA.

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Idaho health board meeting halted after 'intense protests'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Idaho health board meeting halted after 'intense protests'

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting in Idaho health board meeting is halted after intense protests a meeting of Idaho public health officials in Boise was abruptly ended Tuesday night because of concerns about intense protests as the meeting was opening Diana Lachie Ondo said I just got a text from my neighbor that there are protesters at my house later let ya know interrupted to say right now and just banging outside the door I'm gonna go home and make sure he's okay Dr Ted Apperley also said protesters were outside his home the central health district board was meeting virtually to consider a four county mask mandate in Idaho's most populated region hi Mike Rossio

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"ondo" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

JOHN16AND12.COM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ondo" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"I heard god's voice again and he say something special to me and he said that all of suffering comes healing. He say that to me and i and i go back and i fall asleep in the i had at rest the whole night so i was okay. In the morning. I had no pain because i had rests. That will night and the and i was wondering what did he mean with that and that is very hard today day also to understand. What do you mean with out of suffering come ceiling and then the i must to go to jesus Must go to all these poster. It was the only one that apostol that the ahead a normal death though other had very painful death and So i so. I wondering why do he that. Say that to me but then the i have to go back to the first time god was talking to me. It was not when jesus christ was stand. The my home because god had talk had a talk to me once before without Coming to me. But he told me that i should be a master of the four corner. In that time. I was thinking that i have been educated in computers and internet. So i was thinking that i should be i was so a web muster the but that's god is not like that but in that time i didn't understood him so that's what i waited for to be aware. Do take me as Under his education. I am still deadlocked developing in ondo. God the I don't know where it's going. But i waited for that moment when i really on the stabbed. What why he say that. I should be most of the four corner. The four corner is the whole world so something in my work showed that do for god but he was so have.

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"ondo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"ondo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Governor of Ondo signed a bill into law yesterday banning untraceable and undetectable guns in the state the ban includes three D. printed guns and ghost guns which ARE fire arms that do not have a unique serial number governor mondo called the launch a meaningful step forward to the fight to end gun violence the man accused of spray painting swastikas at Providence College is in custody authorities say twenty six year old A. Kevin Romero allegedly spray painted the symbol on gravestones in the Dominican cemetery on Monday night before trying to set a grass area on fire America is charged with vandalism and assault with intent to commit a felony the damage has been repaired but I get police are investigating after a motorcycle and a car collided yesterday it happened at the intersection of Bates and benefits street where the motorcyclist was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries officials say speed looks to be a factor in the rack baseball is back Major League Baseball Players Association agreed to a sixty game twenty twenty season yesterday after months of stalled negotiations spring training is set to begin on July first with opening day planned for July twenty third or twenty fourth get news twenty four seven on demand that news radio R. I. dot com the court ruling in the Michael Flynn case I'm Dave Anthony fox news and it goes against the judge you didn't want the case dropped fox's John decker is live at the White House in a surprise ruling the DC circuit court of appeals has overruled a District Court judge Emmet Sullivan and ordered him to accept the justice department's motion to dismiss the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn they divided three judge appellate panel denied cell of a mere thirty to examine whether the government's motion to dismiss the case was part of a corrupt effort to aid one of president trump's political allies the appeals court said such an inquiry would harm the executive branch's exclusive prosecutorial power the ruling may be appealed to the full circuit Dave I'm John in the reasoning for dropping the case the justice department cited FBI tactics that led to Flynn pleading guilty to lying in the Russia investigation frustration at the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell upset Democrats plan to vote against proceeding with the Republican policing reform bill we're literally arguing about whether to stop arguing about whether to start arguing about something else Democrats say the plan doesn't go far enough house speaker Nancy Pelosi told CBS they were trying to get away with murder.

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"ondo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ondo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A what does Michelle Pelino Ondo Walters this is from the cremation society of Minnesota weather center Sunday starts partly cloudy with a low near thirty then a mix of sun and clouds and maybe a shower for the afternoon warmer day with a height of forty four make sun and clouds up to forty five Monday I meteorologist mace Michael's on Twin Cities news talk am eleven thirty right now it's thirty three janitors psychologists security guards nurses housekeepers pharmacists educators administrators physicians patient advocates quality improvement coordinators Kaiser Permanente a the heart of the operation is in an operation at all other over two hundred thousand essential medical and non medical professionals make it possible for all of us to live and thrive cast Hey is John justice from justice Andrew when you're listening to Twin Cities news talk am eleven thirty and one oh three five FM Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea coast to coast AM my name is Ian Punnett and to the still invading alien army is suffering silently outside of earth atmosphere hiding behind their cloaking devices remember either Canadians first or maybe what a way to the Canadian thanksgiving and I'll just one more thing they've stolen but I I want to get to our first our guest right away we talked about him a lot last night if you were listening on Friday we did three hours of open lines on coast to coast which were super fun still getting feedback at deacon pundit and thank you for all that we did hit a bunch of different topics we still didn't get everybody on.

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"ondo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"ondo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Chirac. Oh, my name is George Knapp. Your occasional host. I'm abbreviating are opening segment tonight. Reasons that will become obvious very soon jam-packed over the top exceedingly tasty lineup of guests tonight. And there is a moment to lose not sure if you read the major story uncork by the New York Times this afternoon, written by the same trio of journalists who dropped the u up. Oh, bombshell, back in December twenty seventeen including friend, Leslie Cain that story. Course revealed the existence of secret Pentagon, studied the came to be known as eight tip. And it pulled us about a series of encounters between US navy an object that came to be known as the tic TAC you up. Oh, no. Most of you, I heard about the tech on this program that incident is one of the main reasons I wasn't here last Sunday, I was in mcminnville Oregon for you. Yup. Oh, fast, which is a really cool event. We've talked about here before it featured among others day Politis. Jeremy core bell, Bob Lazar and the pilot who engage the tic TAC came close to it back in two thousand four David fray ver-, and I mentioned commander Freyburg, because the tic TAC case looms large for tonight's program. If you check on the coast website, you can see TV story that we produced about the Oregon event, and today's New York Times story, along with related items of interest. It's under naps news in this hour moments from now, we're joined by Lou Ondo, the former head of tip now with the to the stars academy, and soon to be one of the main protagonists in the new history channel series. Unidentified, which debuts five days from now. Right. I've seen the first two episodes, all I can say is while more on that coming up when Lou joins us here in a moment in our two doctors, Jacques ballet, the world's foremost expert. On the phenomena. We discuss on this program, not just unknown objects in the sky. But the wide ranging related matters associated with those a worldwide mystery not just an American one two hours. Dr ballet about his latest work around the globe, and terrific, new film, that he's involved with then in our four Colonel, John Alexander. Dr John Alexander. Former army intelligence officer, he formed his own secret Pentagon study decades ago than worked with Bob Bigelow at nibs. He's authored several bestselling books. Big picture issues with John about all that is unfolding around us almost daily now. So the clock is ticking. You know, the drill dog cat coffee, PJ's barcalounger radio time to rumble in a moment. Luella Zondo secret Pentagon studies and dramatic encounters. I'm George Knapp. And this is coast to coast AM..

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Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon

"Gill has gone into hiding with his wife. The pair thought to have left the embassy in Rome in November does days before the end of the embassador posting their reported to be seeking asylum. The technology giant apple is blamed the economic slowdown in China for big drop in its sales. Forecasts in response. Apple shares dropped sharply. And after I was trading on Wall Street rotary. Kathleen Jones reports it's highly unusual for apple to say anything about its finances between quarterly results, so Tim Cook's letter to investors came as a bombshell. He warned them to expect revenue for the current quarter to be five billion dollars lower than predicted ascribing. Most of the problem to a slowdown in the Chinese economy exacerbated by the current trade tensions between China and the United States. But he's also clear that there are wider problems with the iphone high prices and a sense that the latest models of only marginal improvements have made consumers everywhere reluctant to upgrade officials in the south Indian state of Kerala say at least two hundred people including dozens of police officers have been injured in clashes conservative Hindu groups leading day of St.. Protests. They're angry that to women and to the well known temple sub Ramallah on Wednesday, ending a longstanding ban and women menstruating age. Here's is science Asia editor Jill mcgivering is called a general shutdown many shops and businesses are closed and transport services are at a standstill violence broke out as demonstrators clashed with police and buildings and vehicles were found allies d- on the surface. This is a religious dispute. Women want to exercise their legal right to worship at the Sabbath mala temple conservatives opposed them. But it's also political activists from the pro Hindu BJP blame the state's left-wing leaders for supporting the women and India faces general elections in a few months time world news from the BBC deadlock continues in Washington after discussions between President Trump and leaders of congress failed to resolve the budget dispute that's caused a partial government shutdown on Thursday. The Democrats take control of the house of representatives. They've promised to pass their own budget proposals. Excluding the president's key demand for funding to build a border wall with Mexico. More bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a Russian apartment block collapsed and Monday, bringing the number of confirmed down to thirty seven a suspected gas explosion demolish part of the ten to building. And the euro city of magnitude. Tsk? British police are questioning two men suspected of arranging the illegal movement of migrants across the channel the British government is blamed criminal gangs for recent surge in arrivals, and is questioned whether the migrants genuine asylum-seekers, Ben Ondo reports the national crime agency said the two people arrested in Manchester were thirty three year old from Iran and a British man aged twenty four since the start of November nearly two hundred and fifty people have reached the UK by boat though. None of been reported in the last forty eight hours. The home secretary subject Javid has described it as a major incident. He's now reported to have written to the Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson asking the Royal Navy to provide a patrol vessel. In a statement. The ministry of defence said it was ready to help out a yard has turned up off southern Australia nearly nine years after being abandoned storm by teenage American round the world sailor Abby Sunderland was just sixteen when she sat CEO from California and twenty two. Ten to try to become the youngest past never to circumnavigate the globe. Singlehanded? She had to give up her attempt. Five months later when yachts mast snapped in nine meter high waves epi said that seeing the vessel reappear after so long at brought back many memories. Good not so good BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service. I'm Neil Rozelle. Started as a pinprick of light. Just another star in the firmament over months, the group, brighter becoming more and more distinct. Grew a tail like a comment, and then it grew larger and brighter still. Could be seen by day. Finally, it lit up the sky in a brilliant molten moment. And then. Darkness life on earth would never be the same. That happened sixty six million years ago, an asteroid more than ten kilometers wide slammed into earth starting a mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. The same thing happening now. But this time the asteroid is us. So today, we're asking are we heading for another mass extinction. Hot one fog Magadan. A lot of people. Find them creepy. Our first

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