14 Burst results for "Shifts Lake"

"shifts lake" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"You're meditating you're really having a great mayor really dream exactly so the potential there and like you said you get to pick what you're doing you get to pick. What if attorney is turning the dow up the whatever whatever frequency. You're turning it up more so So if you're we're bored at work. I'm super really really upset about being get more homework. Larry but that is really good for people to understand. within comes to herbs harbi is Is that when she does turn it up like we're seeing these. These live grabs that russian and the italian one which is going way higher than forty hurt. There's just letting it go. She wants much more. Yeah if you have the web and they also have linear one here where you see a big lump live here where it's really rocking it. It makes them more important for people to get their house in order for people to address the little speaker demons than issues that they have that. May they've been carrying on the baggage because you can carry a baggage onto the higher dimensions of consciousness but the is going to bring it up and amplify could deal with it. Deal with that fine. Somebody find look around. There's a lot of resources to help you address those issues. Learn from it growth missile. That what you have amplifying at these spikes when earth. That thousand up is a lot of good style. You have a different problem. How to balance your abundance agreed. And that's been a big part of the the diary. I've been writing as been the struggles. I've had to face during these times too. Because i couldn't hide from them anymore and things i never expected to. The the intensity to was not expected the intensity of the experiences. The you've are what's word repressed. Now they come out with an even more intense experiencing they would have in the original time. So if the i can't even i can't even hide it anymore. It barest myself multiple times. And i'm like how can i not control myself anymore. And it's let's it's evidence of the times like of this shift lake the ancient cultures and so on have been telling us and i i wish i lived through it. I lived through the joining tall transition and watch the world change in it did and i'm loving it. Yeah and it still is changing but You know you want to do the dirty deeds. You're welcome to do dirty deeds and higher dimensions but wait. Wait for. It would apply for like it happens. It happens fast to your like than expected to like. Yeah it's welcome to the freakshow So this is wonderful. So i'm so. Anybody goes to these websites links in there and they have a lot of different graphs and ways in which you can you. Can you know. see How you know what's happening to the low hurt frequencies compared to the high herz frequency. Emma is really going above one hundred hertz. One hundred sixty her. She's going to three hundred. The italian one is very fascinating..

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"shifts lake" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

The Foxhole Podcast

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

"And i think that's where i found out that i was assigned to the first cap air will now. Did you get married in this time or were you still engaged. No i'm still engaged. I didn't get married until after. I got out of service. Now what did you. What did your fiancee think at the time when you had that month because i know that month. Oh it was the worst. That is the worst time. I remember this and it was and it was christmas time to show it was so i think i. Yeah in november cause was thanksgiving christmas time so the holidays are coming. I got out of basic Not in october had a month than left left. And so i got the vietnam on the thirteenth of november so I remember us having an early christmas by by a girlfriend. I had an early christmas together but it was. Just there was all these question marks of and we we. We didn't decide at one point. We thought thought about getting married before i went in them decided not to and and just decided we would decide that after i was done with the military because a month is just long enough a month is just long enough to get you back into the groove and get eligible with being back home and then you just. I mean it's usually around like you know it's week three or so when you start counting down the days you know and you're like dreading everything that's about to come but you got through it. Thank god yup then flying in oakland. This is the first time i'd ever been to california so fly in oakland. And and you get all your all your gear. Then you get on the you get on the plane and the plane makes one-stop in hawaii which also might very first time in. Why spent fifteen minutes. There shows you the world and we've awful. What about How do you ever been our country before No no no. I in fact. I think that flight to oakland was the very first time i'd been on an airplane. Wow so what was the the shift lake for flying to wherever you landed in for vietnam or like. We're how how did you get. You've got flown to futons. Jenner got flown to tunnel airborne base. Which is the airbase right outside of saigon. How treatment city and then from there we were put on buses to The ben law which is a suburb of ben wa training base. Which was the air cab training base and so Off went there. But i remember clearly and i think as if you've talked to other that vietnam vets. The most striking thing is when the doors to the plane open up and you feel this oppressive heat and and all the smells which are just overwhelming That that russian. It's like this this this furnace. That's that's hitting you with the high heat humidity of the first night. I think if i remember correctly i didn't go to bed until the next day. The first night i was put on a on a on a security line by the airport and so i was in a bunker and i remember seeing saying of i remember looking through the night vision telescopes that they hadn't i think night vision was new at that time. The technology is fairly new at that time and remember seeing rockets hitting near the near the base and that was my first introduction..

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"shifts lake" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"There's a problem for the gop your shift lake. Moderate republicans as you just heard senator cassidy. There insist that the party is ready to move on from trump. So why isn't that actually happening. Well cassidy it it. It simply has to. We have no choice. We're headed down a demographic cul de sac if we don't if you look at what's happened. Since president trump was elected we lost the white house. We lost the house. We lost the senate. We lost more than four hundred legislative seats nationwide. So there's really no future with trumpism so we've got to move on it's difficult because the Base is still there But we have to move on and then what if you don't what if it just is the trump. Well we'll just continue to lose. Seats will continue to be frankly and a permanent minority if we continue so we have to and we should want to as well. I mean look at what has happened since the last election. The president lost the election. Then used every lever at his disposal to hang onto that To hang onto the white house and we saw what resulted on january. Sixth notice his four hundred seats. That's a clever talking point from jeff flake. Charlie actually put it out to me this morning. Where is this coming from. And i have had to look and it appears that he is recounting four hundred seats lost in the last four years. Not in the last election in the last four years. Four hundred republican seats lost what. He's not counting then are the offsetting pickups this past year so he's not counting the republican gains in two thousand twenty some of which negated the losses in two thousand eighteen. I mean the republicans lost some seats in two thousand eighteen and picked them right back up and twenty twenty. So he's not doing that. And then there are the state. Legislative races The republicans Getting the minnesota state senate republicans securing the complete arizona legislature republicans. Picking up all of new hampshire. They wound up. Not picking up the the state house in alaska. They didn't hold But a lot of they picked up a lot of legislative seats and jeff lakes ignoring those. Here's the problem for all the people in the media bubble about donald trump. If if you're actually about the situation with donald trump if you're actually honest about situation donald trump you have to acknowledge that there are parts of the country where donald trump underperformed other republicans.

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"shifts lake" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

14:31 min | 1 year ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Adventure you can choose your own adventure there and Other places in the base in The rutland map is a cool cycling and then it takes a tour around Rutland two different kinds of practices of two cards. There's some sites that are large trees are great for using a lot of rainwater that falls trying to think of some of the other sites and down by Burlington waterfront looks at there's a beautiful ring that's been put in new the Skate Park. So. That's one of the features areas of Burlington. Green roofs by the university hospital are one of the sites. So they the different towns, it's kind of a fun way to explore things that you might not think about looking at on a regular visit to one of these communities, but it's kind of a fun way to. Four and check out the community in a in a new way. Aside from the walking in bicycling tours, and that sort of thing is it's amazing to me the range of I was reading up a little bit about the late shift. Lake Champlain Sea Grant Program and. Sounds like there's a lot of community reach out to. Here. Here's a here's an example, the lake, education and action program or leap that is run the potently Meta we natural resources conservation district and the program recruits hires educates engages college and high school interns to deduct lakeshore and ripe. Property Assessments Educating Landowners about the importance of lakeshore and Ripe Perry buffers, and to plant native plants in off this other practices that can help create a more natural shoreline. So it sounds like there's some. Door knocking goes, on here. To. Yes great program that that. Country just distant runs the next great experience for the students that they hire that they did some it was a little bit different because of Kobe but under normal circumstances, the seasons are educated about what what, why is it important to have? Plants along shorelines then to not be mowing right up to the edge of the water and students get that education early in the season, and then they are able to go out and. Like you say, knock on doors, talk to people share with them. Some educational materials in parallel we have another program that we support blue. That's also doing properties, sentiments not necessarily along shoreline properties, but just helping to understand well, one rainfall, your home, what are the things that you can do to help minimize it immediately running off down the street into the storm drain so both programs. Engaged student interns who are teaching community members that the great. Homeowner and young person opportunity with a great opportunity for students especially are. You don't have a lot of science related jobs in parts of Vermont word an opportunity. For younger students take to get this professional experience as news before they even had off to college. We're expanding that One of the things that happen this year is we were. In National Review of we have excelled in that review, and what that has done is allowed to bring in additional base funding to our program, and so one of the things doing expanding the league programs have three other watersheds and natural resource conservation districts around the bathroom including the Mafia area. And up towards the Canadian border. So we're excited to be able to have those opportunities for them to employ college and high school in in those communities next look planning now for that to happen next summer. Well one of the tributaries Aleisha in plain is the Moyle River, and if you go up the river from Lake Champlain, eventually get to hardwick where we have a listener calling in Cairns on the line. Good Morning Karen. Morning. And wonder why you why do you never address the? Issue of. Billions of gallons of high acid waste from. Cabinet in other creameries. And the major issue of the leachate from the dump food truck month or year. Well it sounds like two separate issues. Let's first go to the. The creamer is, is there some work being done on on this Front Chris? Could not specifically, but in terms of the education that we do with the school groups, one of the things we talk about is what's called non point source pollution, and so the creamery may be. Considered the source of pollutants and it would be mandated by the clean water act to have a plan and they've been has spills or if it has out out follow, that would be. re regulated by that. CLEAN WATER ACT IF. They're problem point source of pollution, and they spread it all over farmland and it becomes non point source. And they have to do anything about it. I'm not familiar with the specifics of it but they they are spreading it on farmland big with the operating under a Nutrient Management Plan that would be specifically saying, okay. How much we transfer on this farmland now can't accept more and so there should be a plan that they're operating. If there isn't a then then there should be somebody who is working with them to get that in order and I'm positive don't and not knowing specific says it. was asked let's talk about the the landfill leachate which. I do understand is is trucks down to. My. From the landfilling contres is you talking about Karen? I Guess Karen Off. What lie? Christy much about that is that anything that the Lake Champlain's he grant program has looked at? It is not. Our focus is really on educating folks around of big picture issues in these specific ones are are not ones that I'm familiar with unfortunately. Yeah. Okay and obviously you know bear problems that crop up from time to time on environmental issues and in Vermont and. I appreciate our listeners calling up and reminding it there some specific cases out there suspected These are things that the state environmental agency needs to be looking into new maybe already is looking into and so thank. Thank you for the call. Let's. Yup, Chris I understand that the sea grant program recently received national recognition national recognition as a top program of its type from the National Ocean Ocean Attic Oceanic. And Atmospheric Administration now must be quite an honor. Yeah it it really is. We are one of thirty four grant programs in the country I think we have the best story of of being a C- Grant Program of thanks to Senator Leahy. He's helped to bring the funding here in nineteen ninety, nine, four Lake Champlain focused senior that program and the recognition is Really relates back to the strong partnerships we have with the groups around the face in the watershed gauge, the natural resource conservation districts the. State. And local nonprofit groups and being able to work with them to educate and partner with them to help the bring people's knowledge around what a what a watershed is and that is the land area draining to a certain water body and trying to take action and encourage people to take action on the ground that can. Promote healthy ecosystems and good water quality, and one of the things that exciting about the distinction of having been recognized this year. It's again brought additional funding to the basin. So that allows us to extend our work further with local partner groups and we talked a little bit about the leap program and being able to bring that out to. Different communities in my clear of into, there's for follows area and over into the the Wilson area and beyond that as well. we're often doing other things. But. We're pretty excited about we are creating a scholarship program that's within the University of Vermont. To try to retain a diverse population of a black and digital and other people of color who are representing very small portion of the university students and hoping to encourage them to. Continue on beyond to enter into science technology engineering and math fields. Also working to partner with southern firms and others choose tablets an indigenous education condition because of the long income thousand plus year history of having indigenous people here in the basement before many of the other cultures had. Came to this place and they were really excited about being able to think about. Where you know people began here in the League's base and then being able to share that educational programs. One thing I was wondering about is the name seagrams sort of makes me think, maybe most of the other thirty four. Or thirty three sites around the country. On the coast along oceans is it true? That most of them are except with the exception of the air programs in Great Lakes. State, So we are we are unique in that year they won non-grape Lake. and Non Ocean Edge Grant. Program in the country. While the what is it they? Senator Leahy used to call champlain the sixth grade lake or something like that. Yeah. When Senator Lay, he wrote the reauthorization for grant back in the late nineteen, ninety nine or two, thousand He put a little carrot in there and I. Believe like was a Great Lakes for a couple of weeks. which was part of getting this program to be able to be funded in the end we we are now pretty good lake that we all think is great, which is a okay and you know grateful to have this opportunity to bring in the the resources and the network resources of the program. One thing that would flex on that is this summer there with Kobe did the national secret program made available funds to each of the thirty four student programs to be able to bring dollars into our communities to be able to address uncovered response. So some of the things we did with that was to support a community sailing center hugh. WHO's low income, middle income and children of essential workers to be able to go to summer camp and to have a daycare even prior to summer camp was getting. Going, we supported of the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum see host virtual summer camps because most camps around. The country you're were canceled. gave the parents and opportunities to have their children get some science than watersheds -cation and have have fun even though they couldn't really go to summer camp. we also supported the the lake champlain. Economic. Development. Corporation in trying to get Kuban fakey message out and Made it to make it fun by having a photo contest where people could be visiting different businesses in their coverings and showing the days businesses were open and it was safe to be able to go there So long as you were falling covid safes guidelines. So we feel like it's the opportunity to be a figure programming to be funded and have this connection with. No is really bringing extra resources to the base and that we hope are reflecting in many communities across the nation. It's amazing. The range of issues that the sea grant program gets into I mean. Promoting Diversity in the sciences you're talking about real sort of soil in the fingers environmental stuff, and now you're you're talking about. All of these other efforts in the community response to say something like the covert pandemic. It is it is. It really is an amazing range of stuff that you're doing there and it's it's fascinating. Folks wanted to find out more. Do you have a website where they should do some research and look up various aspects of? Were Basically University of mine. WWW DOT UVM dot edu, and then splashed S. T. A. G. R., A., and and that should get you to our website. You can find out about these. Walking tours and the biking tours a kindergarten to twelfth grade education. One thing I didn't mention that I'll mention here that we did this summer that was released is a watershed explore challenge and a booklet that can you can do at home With their families and their neighborhood and can reach us there or liberal. We're getting into the local library for. Free she were about out of time but Chris, definitely, thank you very much for joining us this morning more online folks checking out there and I think he's a much. Let's go to the top of the hour break. Some CBS News. We'll be back very shortly. Exciting things are happening in more in village. The pitcher anymore in store are under new management upgrades and improvements are in the works maintaining the ambiance and character while breathing new energy and resources into these iconic properties. 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"shifts lake" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Feel like most traditional productions on yours came from architecture in this kind of very designed background scaleback and that was the entire dow is that it was a it was a much more technical fields and much less you know. Can you get things done. Can you hustle make these things. Come together and it's become a little bit more of a i think in the process of its reaffirmation and and the shift over. What's important about the craft now. I think you production designers now are much more like a consiglieri. Then they are a technical visionary comparatively to what they probably Twenty years ago. Like i am. I am basically in in weak moments of fighting with the producer i am. I am the director Right hand man to like give another second creative voice to save. Go fuck yourself so that we can preserve we need this vision. Getting exactly exactly and i think that that was that was lacking so i think there's there's been a little bit. Morbid shifted lake respectful. What production design is but also because the craft has shifted a little bit one of the. Because i want to ask is sort of. What do you think changes from doing the. I'm sure there's some people that are listening. That feel like man i was. I mean those shoes right now. I'm running around taking care of the crew. I'm producing an productions xining and i'm sure the logistics appear at the same time what changes in between then and kind of the higher jobs which there's people doing that they should call me because i'm out of work because corona virus so i'm i'm available now totally your phone calls man. No the definitely envelope. I shouldn't make jokes like that. Because i numbers online. That's what is wrong with you. I i think that. I think if you are confident in your ability to express creative concepts Even if it's not in production design specifically but this is true. This is true for gaffer's this is true directors and andrew If he if you are if you if you're cognizant of your ability to wax poetic about deep shit Aesthetically even if your language varies from thing to think there may be a table that i want in a dining room scene to talk to a director about an instead of actually talking about the table. I can talk about a piece of music. I talk about a pop song from thirty years ago. Be like you know that that happens with these a lot. Actually i'll be like that. Rob bay song like that rob based on the table and if you can get to that place where the director where they get their like. Yeah get then. You don't have to talk about everything. There's a confidence this instill so if you're the kind of person who can do that on some level than i think the business finds you. There's always there's always the right next career step that presents itself and it's just about listening to it and being confident in making a choice because it's like i was saying before you make the wrong choice but your surrounding yourself with some right choices than those right choices will guide you if you if you as a production designer fight if i choose an element foreseen that's ugly and it doesn't work the wrong carpet. The wrong prop. But i've built a language that is self explanatory than my team will tell me. I've made the wrong. You know you wanna you wanna create this environment. Where at least there's forward momentum if you're kicking the football like at least the ball is moving even if you're in a long direction you.

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"shifts lake" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Definitely stay at home. Profit podcast is a place where ritual since business manager, social media, managers, anyone who wants to work remotely especially in the Digital Marketing Industry We talk about how to make consistent income how to make five K ten k months like not the standard one or two three K. we talk about software, reviews and talk. Talk about processes and pretty much the INS and outs of being a virtual assistant to businesses and service providers businesses as well as talking about. How do we grow our own company? Do we want to be an employee or do? We want to be in entrepreneur and build out the agency side, so we kinda go through all the different technical aspects as well as we bring on amazing on business owners who have experienced either by hiring virtual assistants, or they were, and now they've scaled into different industries or different avenues. So, yeah, and what was what was the mental shift lake for the two of you? You're really good. It'd be invasion invasion V as preventing good cash flow to what was the mental shift like to actually pull yourself away from actually being V. as in running a business well, it's super funny, so was actually our issue at the end of last year is I. Really wanted to pull myself more of. Of a CEO mode in really move towards the educational side of hoping more military spouses in helping more people get into assistant industry. 'cause I knew like remote work was going to be the future, and she had a really really hard time with making that transition. She really loves being emergency assistance. You love being part of the agency in being so hands on, so we actually ended up Talking about where our futures lied, and she said you know what April I think that I want to buy the business from you. I want to buy your part of the shares. And then you can go on and start focusing in honing in stay at home profit and providing the action side, and.

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"shifts lake" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Democrats are getting out more conspiracy theories which they are one should do Halsey Gabbard the democratic congresswoman from Hawaii to Hillary Clinton has accused of being a Russian secret agent here to undermine the twenty twenty election in favor of non truck they're still selling this stuff their brains are very severely damage Tulsi Gabbard abruptly decides to drop house reelection bid arousing suspicions interesting that use the word arousing and that headline but what about when you are you abruptly decide to drop house reelection bid should you gradually announce that yours over the course of several days you should announce that you're not going to run exactly how's that supposed to work is it suspicious that you make a decision about announce it is that what I'm to understand representative Tulsi Gabbard Democrat Hawaii announced early Friday morning that she would not seek reelection for her house of representatives seat arousing immediate suspicion that she intends to launch a third party presidential bid after all after all see after all is a reference to Hillary Clinton's in Spain Russian conspiracy theory stuff right Gabbard is an extreme long shot for the White House like all of them already failing to make one of these still sprawling debate stages she's never broken come through in the polls and has cobbled together a strange coalition of supporters that include unsavory elements like former KKK leader David Duke yeah she also went on fox news Hannity program Thursday night where she bizarrely defended Republicans spacious complaints about the impeachment inquiry taking place behind closed doors least admit that in reality there are many Republicans on all the committees overseeing the inquiry all of whom are allowed into every hearing are there a lot of restrictions and it's not in the light of day and they're behind closed doors and then they shift lakes a lot of stuff but any case yes the this is Hillary's conspiracy theory is that Putin is backing our Tulsi Gabbard who's a Democrat from Hawaii and a major in the U. S. army reserves and has deployed as an army officer to Iraq and she they that's like the Manchurian candidate there pretending Hey you don't hear that's on great and where did that come from and and she's see this is a conspiracy Hillary Clinton is paddling that she's a Russian secret agent a super spot gonna topple democracy in America and now this is it this adds fuel to the conspiracy theory brushes just gonna get on with your life and be a normal person to get away from all these people use the Chris Plante Woodbridge Washington issuing on the Washington nationals in the twenty nineteen World Series one of five point nine FM WMAL news news at eleven thirty the news is sponsored by the positive coaching alliance cheap markets were says the US will leave more American troops in armored vehicles in eastern Syria to help prevent ISIS fighters from gaining access to the oil fields controlled by Syrian Kurds at NATO headquarters in Brussels the secretary called on Turkey to address the humanitarian crisis on the border and maintain control of ISIS prisoners the alliance remains unified in our efforts to preserve the defeat of isis and we must work together to ensure they are unable to reconstitute the United States will make will maintain a reduced presence in Syria to deny ISIS access to oil revenue as a re position for the next phase of the defeat ISIS campaign general services continuing this hour for former Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings among the speakers Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama Maryland governor Larry Hogan also in attendance got issues with you there high school sports positive coaching alliance can help PCA national nonprofit offers more than a thousand free online resources for youth and high school sports coaches parents students and administrators visit PC a dead zone dot org email traffic.

"shifts lake" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Are getting out more conspiracy theories which they want to do Halsey Gabbard the democratic congresswoman from Hawaii to Hillary Clinton has accused of being a Russian secret agent here to undermine the twenty twenty election in favor of non truck they're still selling this stuff their brains are very severely damaged Tulsi Gabbard abruptly decides to drop house reelection bid arousing suspicions interesting that use the word arousing and that had much then we met when you are you abruptly decide to drop house reelection bid should you gradually announce that yours over the course of several days you should announce that you're not going to run exactly how's that supposed to work is it suspicious that you make a decision about announce it is that what I'm to understand representative Tulsi Gabbard Democrat Hawaii announced early Friday morning that she would not seek reelection for her house of representatives seat arousing immediate suspicion that she intends to launch a third party presidential bid after all after all see after all is a reference to Hillary Clinton's insane Russian conspiracy theory stuff right Gabbard is an extreme longshot for the White House like all of them already failing to make one of the still a sprawling debate stages she's never broken broken through in the polls and has cobbled together a strange coalition of supporters that include unsavory elements like former KKK leader David Duke yeah she also went on fox news Hannity program Thursday night where she bizarrely defended Republicans spacious complaints about the impeachment inquiry taking place behind closed doors least admit that in reality there are many Republicans on all the committees overseeing the inquiry all of whom are allowed into every hearing there a lot of restrictions and it's not in the light of day and they're behind closed doors and then they shift lakes a lot of stuff but any case you see this is Hillary's conspiracy theory is that is backing our Tulsi Gabbard who is a Democrat from Hawaii and a major in the U. S. army reserves and has deployed as an army officer to Iraq and she they that's like the Manchurian candidate there pretending Hey.

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:21 min | 2 years ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"That's GonNa last was gonNA be around that first wave of like oh streaming stuff is a good the idea what if we can do subscription services. Everyone there was a gold rush. Had One shot one at a bunch of president pitched for so he's my first one and so far he's he's aside from that first job he got me. He has had pitched probably on like three movies. That I did not get any any pitch on a Disney project that I didn't get but they liked my pitch so they came back to a different project so that in that's over the course of four years so that that's how much work is coming from him to me. That he is is the guy that I show my. Thanks to our I. If I find a job myself he'll help me negotiate the strategy as well like what's the next thing that you want to do. How can we position you towards towards a thing that drain you? And he's not a guy that I can send like five ideas to and work on this one. He's had a lot of other clients. So Sakes night that you'd rather have names credits No credits not Walk you through. It's tricky because you don't want to be the biggest fish for sure repechage. Don't want to be the smallest fish because like sometimes people will reject milk as you know this name director on your they available and they can say no. But I've got Orrin right so you kind of have to match up that way as well. which is how I got the Disney job? They were looking for someone that does via fax comedy and they're reaching one of the bill. Yeah Person Agency you like him on the agency. There's a bunch of kind of being seat people right after that found this amazing wedding at the time. I think I can't do it. But here's my here's my sister knows the style and how to work adds that those photos are wrath. That's Kinda put a cap on this kind of agent manager conversation it's For people out there that are looking to get ripped. It's normally seek them out. Yeah just do the work. Just make something awesome eh find you make something awesome. They'll come whichli each okay to be frustrated by that answer right but it is the the truth. That is the only way that I really gives out one. Caveat caveat though is in the commercial world it's a little different commercial reindeer rep by production company. And if you want to get into production company basically have to make like a SPEC correal three three sure souls. You still have to make something that excites people then then but then you interested in the you can go solicit them you can. You can contact the protecting eminent say. Hey here's May real at three awesome commercials each look like real commercials. They look like they'd be on TV so did you. Did you solicit for your commercial reps. I did not solicit for my current one or the previous ones married. Actionable not like wait around for make things out there you've made you. You know that. s real of stuff three best commercials. You ready to go with that. Maybe at that point is worth saying. Hey look at the stuff going to a party. I did in two different people two different parties that were good commercial houses and I was like. Can I send you my staff. And they said yes and Ashtray sent it to them and they really liked it but they they didn't sign. Don't hide your work but I'm saying like if you're just kind of cold calling every single agent and manager town trying to get signed. That's a misuse this use of your energy and ultimately to how much how important is it to sort of the career. Getting in is having an agent or manager for commercials does it helps to have Because if you WANNA get good you know real commercials sure but if you wanted to say for the career of Minka marvel movie. Yeah you should definitely have a look at that age. It's going to be part of the recipe eventually but the breaking rake in story. Does you sit in the dark. That one yes and of the of the steps. Maybe it's an essential step but it's it's the one that maybe be most of your energy big towards trying to get that is awesome stuff and put it out there. I'm not saying hide your work or be shy about it like thank you know. Talk about it to everybody. Go to parties and be like. Hey can I send this to you right bud. The goal is not to find representations. The goal is to make things that people respond to in. The people are excited about. Yeah Asian manager is one of those people that will positively to it exactly and they'll say oh. I'm inspired by this. I can go make this work for me that we can make more work together because of the thing but don't do step two or step one make something. I tried to get puzzle Manager might say like. Hey I love this story. Did you see this story from Dan Trachtenberg. Maybe we can like they. They should know about what's going on in the world to to help strategize with lear making absolutely Greg's because it's kind of segues us into the conversation to focus on today which is As people that have really interviewed a lot of directors close to two hundred directors all had some semblance of success in terms of breaking in doing the narrative. They're all were directors. They're all trying to interview. People make living F strike. Yeah absolutely so for for those people. what I want to ask is there's a lot of filmmakers in the world all over the world and they all want to kind of break into doing narrative work and and there's lots of different kinds of this occupation henry either narrative there's experimental movies musically but to kind of really make it clear today. I WANNA pick the example a marvel movie so your Dream Team out there is. I WanNa make like a Hollywood blockbuster shift lakes or you know you made a little bit water edge of tomorrow or one of those studio thunder million dollar movie eighty something with trailers on TV and billboards on simple s people that have interviewed all these directors and done it many times. Yes we both have made avengers movie right. Yeah absolutely I you know I guess brothers Yester- fan of it it really wasn't worth You know I've always told myself if I meet the people that made this movie. The album GONNA respond respond. Oh cool breeze them to a studio and I'm like how. How do you break in? And what are the five most common ways or like the most realistic ways to get into directing a studio movie. Yeah well the first Sway Matt calls it the lottery ticket way which I think is fair right. Yeah yeah but it's being at the right time the right place with the right talent and the right package if you spend your whole life working towards buying one lottery ticket then it would maybe be more apt metaphor but but like skyrocket. I'm a kid coming the high school. What am I use to make your work? Yeah I mean I think you probably start with like a fancy schmancy film school film score. Some sort of real training may be like you're around other artists like you're interning early really like cutting your teeth in a significant way early on so let's say okay fancy fancy schmancy schools were talking. USC NYU OR UCLA. They're going to something like the shirt. Yeah yeah or maybe sometimes art school as well breath Arts Chapman. Ucla shirking so then from there What are they what are they doing in school? That's different uh-huh that makes this lottery ticket work. I think think oftentimes they have a very clear point of view invoice. They come in a little more fully formed right like they're out of the gate. Just killing it. Laura was trying to find themselves. You're saying this is the person that comes in and they'd be knows a little bit more. Just like a step ahead by Jesse Anderson Short film from College. And you're like this person has known for a very long time. Exactly what kind of wants to make. And it's okay to not be that person we'll get to that in a minute but like those kind of early early frontrunners I think. oftentimes have X.. Factor right. Yeah so we talk about like Ryan. Kugler is a perfect example right. He went to USC he and and it winning the lottery ticket. Doesn't mean you aren't working as hard as everyone else tanks that you always have to have the goods yet. It means that you were kind of maybe connecting with the right right people very early on in your career and your very you know undeniably talented early on his story. I think a lot of us know it. He pitched he he had a pitch for creed rank which is a movie about Apollo creed son from rocky and Through and I think he probably had some successful short films name and everything he makes. Sounds pretty good. So through his film network he got into the semester salonen Sylvester Stallone. was like this is an interesting pitch. But I don't know who you are. This is probably from Nessie network. Go to an agent are managers in theory you could get like an IMDB pro account and find out who's repping someone and that's smells. Don't do that. He's already got thank you. Can you can talk to everyone. There's no amount won't don't solicit probably you'll probably be rejected by the only people that make it in this business. They're the ones that don't mind being rejected. Two thousand that is true. That is true can talkative. Yeah but then he made fruitvale station. He made a personal story. It wasn't about him but about someone from his neighborhood in place he knew and understood. This is straight out of USC it goes to USC builds kind of his film tribe Has This pitch that he wants to really sell. But you know it gets rejected right off. The Bat makes rebel station straight out of college. Yeah he linked up with this amazing DP. Rachel Morrison goes on to be like the First Female Dean nominated for an Oscar legendary and then off a fruitvale station. Think did Michael B Jordan get nominated for an Oscar for that. There was significant. He significant he is out of time. Actually what's interesting talking to me about the Kugler model. Just as an idea is then the next Ville running back to create basically ray independence right. Yeah that he gets so I think now you go back to stallone. You're like hey remember that pitch you like now. The filmmaker has made this award winning special. Now I did it right not to mention he. He has the guy the lead of his last film is going to be the lead of is GonNa Place Your Holocaust China and look at this insane real for this guy. When a great actor we talked to a ton of a great independent filmmakers but there is a really tricky thing that not everyone is aspiring to do where you go from that Indie two more traditional Hollywood trajectory pivot this indie movies? I just kind of like the keys. Steppingstone and we call it the lottery ticket. Because it's your first indie film right out of film school. Something happens to be good all the stars Washer. God's smile on right and there's so much luck that's involved with that audience has to be ready for it like it has to be Zeitgeist Dean away that you can't really predict it takes a long time nick movie timeline. Who of course issue care about? He happens to be from that time to write when you start making that movie two years before it comes out so like having those stars align is very tricky. You can make great movies that just don't click with audiences to time. I mean we've had so many guests that made if an indie film film scoring and gun to Sundance got on Netflix. Original dinners or whatever and they did not make a rocky movies their next movie. That is much more comment. You and that's why we call this a lottery ticket because it aligned his voice in his talents in his style in his pitches just were Yeah perfect timing wise tell too but also right. We've seen many many really talented people that it takes them two three four more movies till they they break into the studio system film if they even went to. I mean a lot of people don't want him. Yes so in that case he wins create. I think at that point. That's that's the beginning to end her story stories. Yeah that is essentially a studio movie but let's go for the right while creed is great that read the other thing that you have to remember. It's not it. Just a great indie. He managed like really kill an amazing. An Amazing Stadium will be very different process. Yeah yeah he's not making he has to make a good movie despite the studio when you make an Indie film. It's good if you make a guidance bad if you make a bed rail but in a studio film it's years one time voice. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I think this is a great you can kind of the lottery ticket will not you can see it a little bit to the way that he brings along a lot of the people. Nobody works with early on he brought along. Of course Michael Jordan brought along. WHO's Rachel? Rachel Morrison Brought along original worse than that was our first big a big giant movies. I bike shirt franchise yet composer in the dorms. Oh yes sure. USC dorms composer gathering Catholic so amazing model. Yeah bring around the talented people people that got dropped off. The boat goes insured her.

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:21 min | 2 years ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"That's GonNa last was gonNA be around that first wave of like oh streaming stuff is a good the idea what if we can do subscription services. Everyone there was a gold rush. Had One shot one at a bunch of president pitched for so he's my first one and so far he's he's aside from that first job he got me. He has had pitched probably on like three movies. That I did not get any any pitch on a Disney project that I didn't get but they liked my pitch so they came back to a different project so that in that's over the course of four years so that that's how much work is coming from him to me. That he is is the guy that I show my. Thanks to our I. If I find a job myself he'll help me negotiate the strategy as well like what's the next thing that you want to do. How can we position you towards towards a thing that drain you? And he's not a guy that I can send like five ideas to and work on this one. He's had a lot of other clients. So Sakes night that you'd rather have names credits No credits not Walk you through. It's tricky because you don't want to be the biggest fish for sure repechage. Don't want to be the smallest fish because like sometimes people will reject milk as you know this name director on your they available and they can say no. But I've got Orrin right so you kind of have to match up that way as well. which is how I got the Disney job? They were looking for someone that does via fax comedy and they're reaching one of the bill. Yeah Person Agency you like him on the agency. There's a bunch of kind of being seat people right after that found this amazing wedding at the time. I think I can't do it. But here's my here's my sister knows the style and how to work adds that those photos are wrath. That's Kinda put a cap on this kind of agent manager conversation it's For people out there that are looking to get ripped. It's normally seek them out. Yeah just do the work. Just make something awesome eh find you make something awesome. They'll come whichli each okay to be frustrated by that answer right but it is the the truth. That is the only way that I really gives out one. Caveat caveat though is in the commercial world it's a little different commercial reindeer rep by production company. And if you want to get into production company basically have to make like a SPEC correal three three sure souls. You still have to make something that excites people then then but then you interested in the you can go solicit them you can. You can contact the protecting eminent say. Hey here's May real at three awesome commercials each look like real commercials. They look like they'd be on TV so did you. Did you solicit for your commercial reps. I did not solicit for my current one or the previous ones. Mary actionable not like wait around for make things out there you've made you you know that. s real of stuff three best commercials. You ready to go with that. Maybe at that point is worth saying. Hey look at the stuff going to a party. I did in two different people two different parties that were good commercial houses and I was like. Can I send you my staff. And they said yes and Ashtray sent it to them and they really liked it but they they didn't sign. Don't hide your work but I'm saying like if you're just kind of cold calling every single agent and manager town trying to get signed. That's a misuse this use of your energy and ultimately to how much how important is it to sort of the career. Getting in is having an agent or manager for commercials does it helps to have Because if you WANNA get good you know real commercials sure but if you wanted to say for the career of Minka marvel movie. Yeah you should definitely have a look at that age. It's going to be part of the recipe eventually but the breaking rake in story. Does you sit in the dark. That one yes and of the of the steps. Maybe it's an essential step but it's it's the one that maybe be most of your energy big towards trying to get that is awesome stuff and put it out there. I'm not saying hide your work or be shy about it like thank you know. Talk about it to everybody. Go to parties and be like. Hey can I send this to you right bud. The goal is not to find representations. The goal is to make things that people respond to in. The people are excited about. Yeah Asian manager is one of those people that will positively to it exactly and they'll say oh. I'm inspired by this. I can go make this work for me that we can make more work together because of the thing but don't do step two or step one make something. I tried to get puzzle Manager might say like Hey I love this story. Did you see the story from Dan Trachtenberg. You know maybe we can like they they should know about what's going on in the world to to help strategize with lear making absolutely Greg's because it's kind of segues us into the conversation to focus on today which is As people that have really interviewed a lot of directors close to two hundred directors all had some semblance of success in terms of breaking in doing the narrative. They're all were directors. They're all trying to interview. People make living F strike. Yeah absolutely so for for those people. what I want to ask is there's a lot of filmmakers in the world all over the world and they all want to kind of break into doing narrative work and and there's lots of different kinds of the Sacramento Henry either narrative there's experimental movies musically but to kind of really make it clear today. I WanNa pick the example marvel movie so your Dream Team out there is. I WanNa make like a Hollywood blockbuster shift lakes or you know you made a little bit water edge of tomorrow or one of those studio thunder million dollar movie eighty something with trailers on TV and billboards on simple s people that have interviewed all these directors and done it many times. Yes we both have made avengers absolut absolutely i. You know I guess brothers Yester- fan of it it really wasn't worth You know I've always told myself if I meet the people that made this movie. The album GONNA respond respond. Oh cool breeze them to a studio and I'm like how. How do you break in? And what are the five most common ways or like the most realistic ways to get into directing a studio movie. Yeah well the first Sway Matt calls it the lottery ticket way which I think is fair right. Yeah yeah but it's being at the right time the right place with the right talent and the right package if you spend your whole life working towards buying one lottery ticket then it would maybe be more apt metaphor but but like skyrocket. I'm a kid coming the high school. What am I use to make your work? Yeah I mean I think you probably start with like a fancy schmancy film school film score. Some sort of real training may be like you're around other artists like you're interning early really like cutting your teeth in a significant way early on so let's say okay fancy fancy schmancy schools were talking. USC NYU OR UCLA. They're going to something like the shirt. Yeah yeah or maybe sometimes art school as well breath Arts Chapman. Ucla shirking yeah so then from there What are they? What are they doing in school? That's different that makes this lottery ticket work. I think think oftentimes they have a very clear point of view invoice. They come in a little more fully formed right like they're out of the gate. Just killing it. Laura was trying to find themselves. You're saying this is the person that comes in and they'd be knows a little bit more. Just like a step ahead by Jesse Anderson Short film from College. And you're like this person has known for a very long time. Exactly what kind of wants to make. And it's okay to not be that person we'll get to that in a minute but like those kind of early early frontrunners I think. oftentimes have X.. Factor right. Yeah so we talk about like Ryan. Kugler is a perfect example right. He went to USC he and and it winning the lottery ticket. Doesn't mean you aren't working as hard as everyone else tanks that you always have to have the goods yet. It means that you were kind of maybe connecting with the right right people very early on in your career and your very you know undeniably talented early on his story. I think a lot of us know it. He pitched he he had a pitch for creed rank which is a movie about Apollo creed son from rocky and Through and I think he probably had some successful short films name and everything he makes. Sounds pretty good. So through his film network he got into the semester salonen Sylvester Stallone. was like this is an interesting pitch. But I don't know who you are. This is probably from Nessie network. Go to an agent are managers in theory you could get like an IMDB pro account and find out who's repping someone and that's smells. Don't do that. He's already got thank you. Can you can talk to everyone. There's no amount won't don't solicit probably you'll probably be rejected by the only people that make it in this business. They're the ones that don't mind being rejected. Two thousand. That is true. That is true we can talk about. Yeah but then he made fruitvale station. He made a personal story. It wasn't about him but about someone from his neighborhood in place he knew and understood. This is straight out of USC it goes to USC builds kind of his film tribe Has This pitch that he wants to really sell. But you know it gets rejected right off. The Bat makes rebel station straight out of college. Yeah he linked up with this amazing DP. Rachel Morrison goes on to be like the First Female Dean nominated for an Oscar legendary and then off a fruitvale station. Think did Michael B Jordan get nominated for an Oscar for that. There was significant. He significant he is out of time. Actually what's interesting talking to me about the Kugler model. Just as an idea is then the next Ville running back to create basically ray independence right. Yeah that he gets so I think now you go back to stallone. You're like hey remember that pitch you like now. The filmmaker has made this award winning special. Now I did it right not to mention he. He has the guy the lead of his last film is going to be the lead of is GonNa Place Your Holocaust China and look at this insane real for this guy. When a great actor we talked to a ton of a great independent filmmakers but there is a really tricky thing that not everyone is aspiring to do where you go from that Indie two more traditional Hollywood trajectory pivot this indie movies? I just kind of like the keys. Steppingstone and we call it the lottery ticket. Because it's your first indie film right out of film school. Something happens to be good all the stars Washer. God's smile on right and there's so much luck that's involved with that audience has to be ready for it like it has to be Zeitgeist Dean away that you can't really predict it takes a long time nick movie timeline. Who of course issue care about? He happens to be from that time to write. But you start making that movie two years before it comes out so like having those stars align is very tricky. You can make great movies that just don't click with audiences to time. I mean we've had so many guests that made if an indie film film scoring and gun to Sundance got on Netflix. Original dinners or whatever and they did not make a rocky movies their next movie. That is much more comment. You and that's why we call this a lottery ticket because it aligned his voice in his talents in his style in his pitches just were Yeah perfect timing wise tell too but also right. We've seen many many really talented people that it takes them two three four more movies till they they break into the studio system film if they even went to. I mean a lot of people don't want him. Yes so in that case he wins create. I think at that point. That's that's the beginning to end her story stories. Yeah that is essentially a studio movie but let's go for the right while creed is great that read the other thing that you have to remember. It's not it. Just a great indie. He managed like really kill an amazing. An Amazing Stadium will be very different process. Yeah yeah he's not making he has to make a good movie despite the studio when you make an Indie film. It's good if you make a guidance bad if you make a bed rail but in a studio film it's years one time voice. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I think this is a great you can kind of the lottery ticket will not you can see it a little bit to the way that he brings along a lot of the people. Nobody works with early on he brought along. Of course Michael Jordan brought along. WHO's Rachel? Rachel Morrison Brought along original worse than that was our first big a big giant movies. I bike shirt franchise yet composer in the dorms. Oh yes sure. USC dorms composer Oscar Gathering Catholic. So amazing model. Yeah bring around the talented people. There's people that got dropped off. The boat goes insured her.

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"That's GonNa last was GONNA be around that first wave of like oh streaming stuff is a good the idea what if we can do subscription services everyone there was a gold rush had one shot one at a bunch of president pitched for so he's my first one and so far. He's he's aside from that first job. He got me. He has had me pitch probably like three movies that I did not get any any pitch on a Disney project that I didn't get but they liked my pitch so they came back to a different project so that in that's over the course of four years so that that's how much work is coming from him to me that he is is the guy that I show my thanks to our I. If I find a job myself he'll help me negotiate the strategy as well like. What's the next thing that you want to do. How can we position you towards towards a thing that drain. You and he's not a guy that I can send like five ideas to work on this one. He's had a lot of other clients so sakes night that you'd rather have names credits No credits not walk you through. It's tricky because you don't want to be the biggest fish for sure. Repechage don't want to be the smallest fish because like sometimes people will reject milk as you know this name director on your they available and they can say no but I've got Orrin right so you kind of have to match up that way as well. which is how? I got the Disney job. They were looking for someone that does via fax comedy and they're reaching one of the Bill Yeah Person Agency. You like him on the agency. There's a bunch of kind of being seat people right after that yeah. We found this amazing wedding at the time. I think I can't do it but here's my here's my sister knows the style and how to work adds. That photos are wrath. That's Kinda. Put a cap on this kind of agent manager conversation. It's for people out there. That are looking to get ripped. It's normally seek them out. Yeah just do the work. Just make something awesome. Eh find you make something awesome. They'll come whichli each okay to be frustrated by that answer right but it is the the truth. That is the only way that I really gives out. One caveat caveat though is in the commercial world. It's a little different commercial reindeer rep by production company and if you want to get into production company basically have to make like a SPEC correal three three sure souls you still have to make something that excites people then then but then you interested in the you can go solicit them you can you can contact the protecting eminent say hey here's. May Real at three awesome commercials to look like real commercials. They look like they'd be on TV so did you did you solicit for your commercial reps. I did not solicit for my current. One or the previous ones married actionable not like wait around for make things out there. You've made you you know that s real of stuff three best commercials you ready to go with that. Maybe at that point is worth saying hey look at the stuff going to a party. I did in two different people two different parties that were good commercial houses and I was like can I send you my staff and they said yes and Ashtray sent it to them and they really liked it but they they didn't sign. Don't hide your work but I'm saying like if you're just kind of cold calling every single agent and manager town trying to get signed. That's a misuse this use of your energy and ultimately to how much how important is it to sort of the career getting in is having an agent or manager for commercials. Does it helps to have because if you WANNA get good real commercials sure but if you wanted to say for the career of Minka Marvel movie yeah. You should definitely have a look at that age. It's going to be part of the recipe eventually but the breaking rake in story does sit in the dark that one yes and of the of the steps. Maybe it's an essential step but it's it's the one that maybe be most of your energy bigly towards trying to get that is awesome stuff and put it out there. I'm not saying hide your work or be shy about it. Like thank you know talk about it to everybody. Go to parties and be like hey can. I send this to you right bud. The goal is not to find representations. The goal is to make things that people respond to in the people are excited about yeah. Asian manager is one of those people that will positively to it exactly oh I'm inspired by this. I can go make this work for me that we can make more work together because of the thing but don't do step two or step one make something. I tried to get puzzle. manager might say like Hey. I love this story. Did you see this story from Dan Trachtenberg. You know maybe we can like they. They should know about what's going on in the world to to help strategize with lear making absolutely Greg's because it's kind of segues us into the conversation to focus on today which is as people that have really interviewed a lot of directors close to two hundred directors all had some semblance of success in terms of breaking in doing the narrative. They're all were directors. They're all trying to interview. People make living F strike yeah absolutely so for for those people what I want to ask is there's a lot of filmmakers in the world all over the world and they all want to kind of break into doing narrative work and and there's lots of different kinds of the Sacramento Henry either narrative. There's experimental movies musically but to kind of really make it clear today I wanNA pick the example a marvel movie so your Dream Team out there is I wanna make like a Hollywood blockbuster shift lakes or you know you made a little bit water edge of tomorrow or one of those studio thunder million dollar movie eighty something with trailers on TV and billboards on simple s people that have interviewed all these directors and done it many times. Yes we both have made ear and Avengers absolut absolutely I you know I guess brothers. Yester- fan of it. It really wasn't worth You know. I've always told myself if I meet the people that made this movie. The album GONNA respond respond. Oh cool breeze them to a studio and I'm like how how do you break in and what are the five most common ways or like the most realistic ways to get into directing a studio movie yeah well. The first Sway Matt calls it the lottery ticket way tie. I think it's fair right yeah yeah but it's being at the right time the right place with the right talent and the right package. If you spend your whole life working towards buying one lottery ticket then it would maybe be more apt metaphor but but like skyrocket. I'm a kid coming the high school. What am I use to make your work. Yeah I mean I think you probably start with like a fancy schmancy film school film score. Some sort of real training may be like you're around other artists like you're interning early really like cutting your teeth in a significant way early on so let's say okay fancy fancy. SCHMANCY schools were talking. USC NYU OR UCLA they're going to something like the shirt yeah yeah or maybe sometimes art school as well breath Arts Chapman Ucla shirking so then from there what are they. What are they doing in school. That's different that makes this lottery ticket work. I think think oftentimes they have a very clear point of view invoice. They come in a little more fully formed right like they're out of the gate just killing it. Laura was trying to find themselves. You're saying this is the person that comes in and they'd be knows a little bit more just like a step ahead by Jesse Anderson Short film from college and you're like this person has known for a very long time exactly what kind of wants to make and it's okay to not be that person. We'll get to that in a minute but like those kind of early early frontrunners. I think oftentimes have X. Factor right yeah so we talk about like. Ryan Kugler is a perfect example right he went to USC he and and it winning the lottery ticket doesn't mean you aren't working as hard as everyone else tanks that you always have to have the goods yet. It means that you were kind of maybe connecting with the right right people very early on in your career and your very you know undeniably talented early on his story. I think a lot of us know it. He pitched he he had a pitch for creed rank which is a movie about. Apollo creed son from rocky and through and I think he probably had some successful short films name and everything he makes. He's pretty good so through his film network he got into the semester. Salonen Sylvester Stallone was like this is an interesting pitch but I don't know who you are. This is probably from Nessie network. Go to an agent are managers in theory you could get like an IMDB pro account and find out who's repping someone and that's smells he'll do that. He's already got thank you. Can you can talk to everyone. There's no amount won't don't solicit. Probably you'll probably be rejected by the only people that make it in this business. They're the ones that don't mind being rejected. Two thousand that is true that is true. We can talk about both edited but then he made fruitvale station he made a personal story it wasn't about him but about someone from his neighborhood in place he knew and understood this is straight out of USC it goes to USC builds kind of his film tribe. has this pitch that he wants to really sell but you know it gets rejected right off. The Bat makes rebel station straight out of college and he linked up with this amazing DP. Rachel Morrison goes on to be like the First Female Dean nominated for an Oscar legendary and then off a fruitvale station think did Michael B Jordan get nominated for an Oscar for that. There was significant he significant. He is out of time. Actually what's interesting talking to me about the Kugler model just as an idea is then the next Ville running back to create basically ray independence right yeah that he gets so I think now you go back to stallone. You're like hey remember that pitch you like now. The filmmaker has made this award winning special now. I did it right not to mention he. He has the guy the lead of his last film is going to be the lead of is GonNa Place Your Holocaust China and look at this insane real for this guy. When a great actor we talked to a ton of a great independent filmmakers but there is a really tricky thing that not everyone is aspiring to do where you go from that Indie two more traditional Hollywood trajectory this indie movies I just kind of like the keys steppingstone and we call it the.

Disney Sylvester Stallone Ryan Kugler USC Hollywood Oscar president director Dan Trachtenberg Orrin Minka Marvel Sacramento Jesse Anderson Ashtray fruitvale China Yester SCHMANCY Michael B Jordan
"shifts lake" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Saying the film would be coming to screens vehen fox at the end of the football game unlike kind of a paradox if israeli fasted aid to see how much of twitter when from rao this shocking release strategy is going to change the entire landscape of film distribution netflixing bypassing all of the media gatekeepers to deliver content directly to the fans and then like a few hours later after the film was released the tune kinda shifted to like oh paramount sold the rights to the film tin afflicts because they knew that they didn't have like a solid wellmade the actual film on their hands and they decided to dump it and move on now that theory actually hold some weight as paramount after hosting poorly held test screenings for ex a director alex garlands new sifi film annihilation decided to sell international distribution rights on that project outside of the us and china to netflixing as well which is ultimately giving up a potentially hefty amount of international if it for the now apparently we'll see doomed fifty five million dollar production that paramount itself finance so is netflixing agreeing to take hold of paramount's leftovers or does netflixing something in the work that paramount doesn't now i have not seen the new chlorophyll film although i really love the first one and kind of obsessed with giant monsters destroying new york city outside of donald trump but i i do think uh how quickly the discussion changed regarding the release of the film almost mirrored the brief amount of time the public was interested in it and so it was definitely conversation starter and that conversation shifted very quickly but just the fact that the conversation shifted lake shows that is the success because people actually went and watched it you know what i mean like i think they strategically aired it at a point in the super bowl where like regular people who aren't football fans wouldn't be interested in watching football any more so now that they they see that this.

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"shifts lake" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

Coffee Podcast by Cat

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

"Cool man oh man i yeah no i know you you know what i i wanna see people right i wanna see this probably know no metric for this i want to see the the hard worker award i wanna see someone get a trophy that nobody knows about that is just been busting their ask like the young guns award or something i don't know how works this is a half as all annoying i know it's a half complete idea i'm thinking about the person whose twenty two who swift i don't know about you begin to him everything ruby who have you removed two who love to swift shout out there there are some who eat sleeps breeze coffee gets up in the morning works on their shift lake cups after work and then writes a blog to introduce pule new caveat i dunno educatioin yeah yeah yeah shout out to catch young yes someone like our someone who's just like doing their own weird shit killing it like that tom matt farrell who got a taste his petition eighth do that zoom's matthew fuel everyone mad matt farrell actually they call the met farewell a man wire where he plays delaitre bexley called him up his thirdplace to that was the best part to faulk seattle thirdplace matt farewell and then he got up and got his trophy and then there was a mistake yeah it was like eight not even close with sleep watt that's not early did i know what you got more in every iron jackson was like good jobs farewell and he's all i didn't get third i know people for sure beat me they like took it away do that's heavy there.

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"shifts lake" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:44 min | 5 years ago

"shifts lake" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Around their perimeter fox company it constructed barricades of frozen chinese bodies from behind these walls of okay did bid from behind the these walls of dead the marine should now that they're weapons and maintain of fight against netting the who's numbers never cinched now the metta fox company a role is from behind these gruesome piles to join us arms playing this and bloods so impresses work common among them metta hobbled about which make shift lake sports all hands were haggerty and dirty as were we we exchange profane greetings that did not until the love that we marines felt for each other the sun came out and marines appeared a longer skyline it's to the north's then we saw marines marching down the end _s_r towards us there were columns of racial minute first followed by along trail of vehicle and vehicles and artillery pieces of course there's swooped in close their crooked wings wagon so loop the fifth and seventh marines had broken out of you down knee now they broke out they have a but they still have to go fourteen miles did get outta tear back to book all look tuned surgeons had been hit as where most of the squad leaders we have corporal some private stepping into leadership bill what's but they were combat experience marines and they knew was a work the marine column that came out of the besieged you down the had hundreds of g _ps.

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