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"stacey hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"stacey hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Was so cold. And i just worked with our script supervisor from that movie again on. Respect the aretha. Franklin film with the brilliant jennifer hudson and by the way i'd go back any day and sit on sat and listened to her saying an honestly every day working with the ladies and the men on mrs america. I miss them. I mean having the show. Come out in the middle of this. It's strange not to be able to be with everybody and celebrate do with because there are so many crew members cast members that you've had to say goodbye because the show must have been. What is your process. After you completed a project to sort of mourned the end of it. If you will it's funny that you say that my late mentor and first boston denver hill. Who i was super close to and who we still give out a scholarship in her name through the pga. Every year two producers not just female producers but to people getting out of graduate school for producing. I used to make fun of her. When i was first working for her because she used to clean out and organiz her garage in obsessive way after every show but i now understand it because you come home from location was so much junk and you feel really out of control because life has moved on for everybody else. You've been in a perfect bubble away with like your summer camp friends making something in have these intense emotional experiences and howdy create order. My kids are always like yeah. Mom's like yelling at to clean up our room. Whenever she's back from location and on the other hand we were up on top of that mountain at ninety five hundred feet and they call me to find something in their bedroom. Even though they're incredibly participatory and fantastic father was at the other end of the house. It's just like mom. Do you know where my blah blah blah is right. So i just wanna ask one final question because you said you have to love this in order to do it. Can you put into words. What the love of making movies as i'd say for film and tv honestly. I i always say to people when they ask for deitz if you could do anything else and be as happy. You should do that because this is really hard. And i don't mean hard in brain surgery way but you told no all the time you're rejected even when everything comes together perfectly and you make something great. Nobody may show up or you know. I'm as proud of the television series. Sweet vicious anything i've ever done and i got probably some of the best reviews in my career but it was a moment in time where mtv was doing away with scripted programming and they debuted it the night of the twenty sixteen election and maybe it was ahead of its time but even when things go really well sometimes you can have heartbreak in it and again. I'm not talking about the kind of heartbreak that our incredible first responders are going through but for me. I was really lucky. That seeing shows like mary tyler moore show or watching that girl after school. When i'd come home because it was in syndication by that point which was this marlo. Thomas show where she was single and living in new york can on our own in manhattan not married. Those are the only characters that i saw that had careers. When i was growing up that will and i do believe that representation is incredibly important. And that if you can't see yourself reflected in pop culture you don't know that you can live different. Lives or tell different stories. So the early producers who were women that were visible were all actresses. Whether it was jane fonda are barbara streisand or sally field. Goldie hawn those were the people who were the first producers in jobs that were visible that like a kid growing up in fort lauderdale florida could say. I could do this but really watching movies reading books listening to music watching television. Those were the things that were my salvation grow enough in that pre internet world. They were the things that allowed me to see. That bigger possibilities were out there. And that i could relate to rats who rizzo and joe buck tonight cowboy and their emotions even though they were nothing at all like me feelings of loneliness in the same way that you know somebody watching moonlight or parasite you understand. That people have similar issues and that we're all part of this. Great human experience without cinema include television in that or or art. I don't know the ways we make for me. So that's why. I couldn't do an as long as i feel that way about it. And long as it continues to have that effect on me and i certainly hope that mrs america has about the people that they want to get out there and fight for their rights. Whether it's their right to stay at home mom for their right to work or their right to have control and sovereignty over their own body whatever those rights are to not sit back and let them be taken away from us. Stacey it has been such an incredible honor having you today. I really appreciate everything you've said all of the work you've done. Everyone should go. Watch mrs america on april fifteenth on fx. On hulu. i cannot wait. I'll thank you guys. So much and dana. Thank you for joining as co host. It has been so much fun. Having you know great to see you know we have to change that as soon as corentin is over. I'm coming over. I can't wait. Thanks jenny much. Stacey hollywood unscripted is created by. Kurt co media this episode of the stuck at home specials hosted by me. Jenny curtis co hosted by the amazing dana. Gloria many thanks to our incredible guests. Stacey sher thank you to the rest of our team as well michael kennedy. Who did the episode. Mastering stuart halperin are producer. And celeste and eric dick who created the hollywood unscripted theme song and thank you to all of our listeners. We hope you get as much joy and inspiration from these interviews as we do. Please make sure to subscribe as we have several more specials coming your way during this time of quarantine we'd also appreciate if you'd leave us a rating and a review we want to hear from you. Stay safe and healthy and we'll see you next time..

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"stacey hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"stacey hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Was at the other end the house. It's just like mom. Do you know where my Blah Blah Blah is right. So I just want to ask one final question because you said you have to love this in order to do it. Can you put into words? What the love of making movies as I'd say it for film and TV. Honestly I I say to people when they ask for if you could do anything else and be as happy. You should do that. 'cause this is really hard and I don't mean hard in a brain surgery way but you get told no all the time you rejected even when everything comes together perfectly and you make something great. Nobody may show up or you know. I'm as proud of the television series sweet vicious as anything I've ever done and I got probably some of the best reviews in my career but it was a moment in time where MTV was doing away with scripted programming and they debuted it the night of the two thousand sixteen election and maybe it was ahead of its time but even when things go really well sometimes you can have heartbreak in it and again. I'm not talking about the kind of heartbreak. That are incredible. First responders are going through but for me. I was really lucky that seeing shows like Mary. Tyler Moore show or watching that girl after school when I'd come home because it was in syndication by that point. Which was this Marlo? Thomas Show where she was single and living in New York and on her own in Manhattan and not married. Those are the only characters that I saw that had careers when I was growing up that were women and I do believe that representation is incredibly important. And that if you can't see yourself reflected in pop culture. You don't know that you can live different. Lives or tell different stories. So the early producers were women that were visible. Were all addresses. Whether it was Jane Fonda Barbra streisand or Sally field. Goldie Hawn those were the people who were the first producers in jobs that were visible that like a kid growing up in Fort Lauderdale Florida. Could say hey. Maybe I could do this but really watching movies reading books listening to music watching television. Those were the things that were my salvation growing up and not pre Internet world. They were the things that allowed me to see. That bigger possibilities were out there and that I could relate to Ratto Rizzo Enjo- Buchan midnight cowboy and their emotions even though they were nothing at all like me a feelings of loneliness in the same way that you know somebody watching moonlight or parasite you understand that people have similar issues and that we're all part of this great human experience without cinema and I include television that or or art i. I don't know the ways we make it through for me. So that's why I couldn't do. And as long as I feel that way about it and as long as it continues to have that effect on me and I certainly hope that Mrs America has the people that they want to get out there and fight for their rights. Whether it's their right to stay at home mom or their right to work or their right to have control and sovereignty over their own body whatever those rights are to not sit back and let them be taken away from us. Stacey it has been such an incredible honor having you today. I really appreciate everything you've said all of the work you've done everyone should go watch. Mrs America April Fifteenth on Fx. On Hulu I cannot wait. I'll thank you guys. So much and Dana thank you for joining his Co host. It has been so much fun. Having you. Great to see you know we have to change soon as this quarantine is over. I'm coming over. I can't wait talk every thanks Jenny. Stacey Hollywood unscripted created by KIRKUM CO MEDIA. This episode of the stuck at home specials was hosted by me. Jenny Curtis Co hosted by the Amazing Dana Goria. Many thanks to our incredible guests. Stacey Sher thank you to the rest of our team as well. Michael Kennedy did the episode mastering Stewart Halpern our executive producer and Celestin. Eric Dick who created the Hollywood unscripted theme song. And thank you to all of our listeners. We hope you get as much joy and inspiration from these interviews we do. Please make sure to subscribe as we have several more specials coming your way during this time of quarantine we also appreciate if you'd leave us a rating in a review. We want to hear from you. Stay safe and healthy. And we'll see you next time.

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