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Souls Audition for Their Bodies in Sundance Hit 'Nine Days'

All Things Considered

02:03 min | Last month

Souls Audition for Their Bodies in Sundance Hit 'Nine Days'

"To be selected for life on Earth. Sounds like a movie plot right like a specific movie. In fact, Pixar's soul well, it's also the premise of nine days, a live action drama that was a hit at the Sundance Film Festival. Critic Bob Mondello says nine days took him a lot more than nine days to process will is a gatekeeper of sorts and to monitor his house has a wall of vintage television sets on which the lives of people play out from their point of view. Amanda, for instance, is practicing a concerto, unaware that will is seeing on a screen exactly what she sees her hands on violin and bow that conductor and orchestra All through her eyes, will writes in a notebook that she's practicing and that it's 10,327 days since her selection. Will was her selector. It's his job as played by Winston Duke. He's an otherworldly bureaucrat who auditions souls for bodies as needed. May I call you And Sure and is four hours old. Do you know why you're here? Strangely, Yes. Do you mind if I say it out loud just to Make it. Official. Okay? You are being considered for the amazing opportunity of life. If, after this process you were selected Will have the chance to be born in a fruitful environment. You can grow develop. And accomplish. Would you like to be considered for this position and is one of six candidates and will treats five of them? Identically? Yeah. Call you, Mike. Yes. Oh, yeah. Alexander Kane. Yeah, With the six played by Suzie Bates. He gets a surprise. She wants to choose her own name, and she questions his questions as he administers what amounts to an existential aptitude test, All right, or wrong Answer. Say whatever comes to mind. Really? Not sure if I can answer your question, If you don't answer, man, All of

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Interview With Jacob A. Ware, Actor, Writer, Creator

Before the Break

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Jacob A. Ware, Actor, Writer, Creator

"Welcome back to before the break. We are just going to hop right in This week we have special guest. He is constantly working writing. Creating you may have seen him on such tv shows as fbi blue. Bloods gotham law and order. Svu shades of blue and boardwalk empire which earned him a sag award nomination for best ensemble in a drama series. His latest film. You wouldn't understand which he co wrote and stars in is currently on the festival circuit and was an official selection at the twenty twenty one sundance film festival. Please welcome the very talented jacob a wear. Hey thank you so much thank you. It's so it's amazing to talk with you guys. This is awesome. Welcome welcome to the show. Jake of nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too tommy. So we always begin with. When did the pain begin early. Earth how you know what i'm gonna i'm gonna merge in this call my therapist and we're great zero four away interview. How're you doing. How's your covid crazy. corentin year. Been going you know what it was. A time of a lot of. I think with like most people. It was a time of lot of self reflection kind of it was like an inflection point as well like you know. Do i have my priorities. Straight like what's going on in life. Like how can i be observed to others and i think it was just a cascade of things and i don't know to answer your question it. It's still happening. It's still going on the i. i don't. I don't even know how to quite answer that fully. But i don't know i'm ready. I'll tell you what. I'm ready for it to be different for sure.

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Carrie Bernans Talks Connecting with Other Actors, Confronting Stereotypes Of Black Women

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

04:26 min | 7 months ago

Carrie Bernans Talks Connecting with Other Actors, Confronting Stereotypes Of Black Women

"I was like eh part of every church events. You their dance department. And their easter sunday plays and stuff so i would say that was. My first start was in the church and then the second star was like in the school theater. Plays and stuff like that and then after that After high school hosted the eight in college and disembowel in college. And then i got cast in a couple of community theatre plays and musicals although i don't really saying I guess that was good enough to make you know. I think i need to use voice training so that was like my initial start and i loved theater so much. 'cause you eat the same thing and then you just get better and better and better and and it just so much fun because you're playing with people on your living in this bigger than life imaginations and just like it was is bringing things to life so that was my initial start and then i m did Single ladies on vh. one with stacey dash. Lisa ray when i was in atlanta one summer in college as well and that was my first time on like actual tv set and then it kind of grew from there. You find the on camera just clicked with you more so than theater yet. It definitely i think. I mean the either clicks with me too. 'cause i think i am. I am very loud and just like very theatrical for only slightly dramatic. I wish you pump it up a little bit. Mccurry the pop up now. Tv was also just really funny. I was just like oh. My god is so cool but tv. I had to learn how to tone it down a bit be more. Quieter more intimate. Tv wasn't adjustment. But i did find light. Tv and film was much more fun for me and it moves a lot faster to them. Theater does Which i really love in a you can do more. And you can explore more and play with more carrots As i mentioned in part one it was. Actually the ceo of we audition. Darren darn borough. Who introduced me to carry. So i wanted to take a little time out to talk to carry about how she found out about. We audition what it's meant to her and how she uses this online community to further her own craft and career. yeah discover. We had nothing when they were really just the startup where they first came out. I think dare since they started. And i don't remember where exactly i was at. Maybe i saw something ally and i was like. Oh this is cool. And i got on. I started using it. And then i think darren reached out to me and then he started putting me as like a mvp and stuff like that's all became like more engaged with it. And i love we auditioned. I think it's it's definitely helped me a lot Because i would addition a whole lot in sometimes. My friends wasn't getting the same amount additions. I was getting so. I fell back accidents. To help me with an audition. They were not addition at the moment so it was great to go to this online resource to meet other actors to get their help with an audition and they had no tied to me. I guess you could say they just wanted to practice leading or scripture acting themselves and it just has been such a brilliant platform for media's in what are the ways besides just auditioning have you been able to use it. Yeah i've met with cast directors on there. They have these coffee. Our kind of sessions where you can meet casting actors for you know five to fifteen minute conversation. I've also met a couple writers on there. I also have used. It suggests like breaking down other stuff like that. I'm writing in having actors. Read it on their mind themselves like putting my stuff on there And i've also built some incredible friendships. I went to sundance last year. And i we auditioned co-sponsor to house so it allowed us premium access to like this really nice house and then a part of the package that we paid we also provided publicist which allowed us to get some more bits that we were doing and the friendships said i made within. The house was definitely like a big win. That i've now taken in so like twenty twenty one with me and i still talk with a lot of friends.

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Fire destroys part of Paul Newman's camp for ill children

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Fire destroys part of Paul Newman's camp for ill children

"I'm Julie Walker the camp the Paul Newman founded for seriously ill children was partially destroyed by a fire Friday evening in Connecticut the head of the camp which is called the hole in the wall gang says it appears no one was injured in the fire but the building housing the camps store arts and crafts wood shopping cooking programs were destroyed the camp was founded by Paul Newman in nineteen eighty eight and has a western motif inspired by the late actor's movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid it provides summer camping experiences adapted for children with serious physical and medical limitations and has extensive medical facilities on site the cause of the fire is under investigation I'm Julie Walker

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The Trial Of The Chicago 7 With Director Aaron Sorkin And David Fincher

The Director's Cut

04:31 min | 7 months ago

The Trial Of The Chicago 7 With Director Aaron Sorkin And David Fincher

"Aaron thank you for letting me do this thank you for doing. I hope it's not just the right amount of excruciating. But but i wanna i wanna i wanna move this. I want to try to cover as much ground as possible. Because you know. I'm easily board but But i also want to give you But i have sort of subdivided in terms of you know just overall kind of progressions in in in casting and production and post production. I wanted to start. I I've always found your writing appealing personally. in the same way that i always love bill goldman's and and the reason for that is you're a decidedly serious person who is actually writing comedies about a dramatic ventures that have real stakes and end the example. That i have is like butch and sundance where they're debating the different ways that the super policy might kill them when he says they could go for position they can start a rockslide. That could get us that way. What else could they do. I'm treating the next line. But it's a could surrender of albion account on that. Tell me about and that was a occurred to me on social network that that you were that you were doing this thing that the the writing the the storytelling was extensively Comic in in. And i don't mean that in a derogatory lightweight sense It was wildly entertaining in talking about things. That were you know. truly dramatic and is not a is that something that you're conscious of or am my of of disappeared on my own. It's something that i'm conscious of and by the way bill goldman mentor me. Beginning from mike early twenties you know he passed away a few years ago. You know. we're very close. He was teaching me before we met with his with a screenplay with A nonfiction and then he a red by i play which was a few good men and he saw something in me. And if you want to teach me how to write screenplays but yes. I always think first of all if you can tell serious story. Funny you're you're doing yourself a big favor. Part of it might just come from an insecurity. Maybe a healthy insecurity of a comedy drama. I am not good enough at Either events do only one of them commit something pitches while or their other. I mean obviously goldman is one but are there other Heroes personal screenwriting heroes at. You can point to in sort of say this is. This is something off from them or their work. This is something that you know. Certainly tchaikovsky the answer is our number screenwriters in patty tchaikovsky For a host of reasons. Both my brothers herman joseph Billy wilder true There are things. I get from a contemporary screenwriters as well. Tony kushner quentin tarantino Amanda So i'm i'm i'm easily influenced i and the ad as a screenwriter at a now that a i've directed a couple of films I really i try to be a diagnostician. Mom I'll watch you watch film of yours Not necessarily social network Any of them. I'm end up a love. Something and i'll try and reverse engineer. I will try to in my mind. First of all figure out what it was i loved about it and then try to figure out how you got

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Finding the Judas in Judas and the Black Messiah

Morning Edition

07:02 min | 7 months ago

Finding the Judas in Judas and the Black Messiah

"The 19 sixties, Fred Hampton was chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party. He was a rising leader, organizing disparate multi racial groups in Chicago. Until police shot and killed him and another Black Panther member in an early morning raid. There's a new movie about Fred Hampton out this week, it is called Judas and the Black Messiah. It's not a question of ball. It's a non violence is a question of resistance to fascism or non existence within fascism Film got rave reviews after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last week. It's the second feature from director Shaka King who, until this project came along, was on the verge of giving up making feature films altogether. MPR's Andrew Lyne bonked takes it from here. Yes, Judas and the Black Messiah is about Fred Hampton and how he led the Black Panthers in Chicago. But it's also about William O'Neill, the man who infiltrated the Black Panthers in spied on Hampton on behalf of the FBI. Shaka King told me that the Lucas Brothers who co wrote the story, sold the idea to him like this. Their pitch that they laid out was we want to make a movie about Fred Hampton and William O'Neal. That's kind of like the departed the 2006 Martin Scorsese movie Inside the World of Cointelpro, or Counterintelligence program, the 19 sixties project where the FBI infiltrated and disrupted groups like the Black Panthers, and I was like I see it. I'm done. I'm in Judas is a tight, intense movie. Yes, like the departed and other Scorsese type crime movies. It's a long way, though, from King's first feature film newly weeds from 2013. So what you got here? Newly weeds tells the story of a young couple in Brooklyn who smoke a lot of weed where Judas is loud and fast. Really? Weeds is quiet and tender. I'm done. I'm done online. Won't want Wanna hang out. We hang up. Yeah. How are we supposed to go to the Galapagos? If you mind the bag every two minutes. It hits similar beats as movies by other indie darling directors like Joe Swanberg or the Duplass Brothers. The film Independent Spirit Awards even gave King the Someone to watch award after it came out, which came with a $25,000 grant. Not bad for someone fresh out of N Y. U film school. But after that initial fanfare, I was so depressed after making newly weeds and my expectations for the release just not coming to fruition. The movie didn't get much attention outside the festival circuit from agents and distributors, largely because it was a movie with black actors who no one knew on at that time that was deemed worthless. The film's release in 2013 wasn't that long ago, but it was just before what a friend of Kings jokingly dubbed. The Black Excellence Industrial Complex. You're Selma's and Moon Lights and Black Panthers when movie studios realized they could make a lot of money by releasing films by and starring black people. Nearly weeds. Loss of momentum burnt king out on the idea of making another feature film, But he did have an idea for a short rolling around in his head. It was kind of silly kind of outrageous, sweetheart. Lips. Excuse me, miss. It's called Moon Yang's after the Italian slur for black people want heard on the streets of Brooklyn in it, King and two others play these three black guys who talk like they're in the mom movies. King has such a fondness for It was somewhat inspired by King's experience growing up in a mostly black part of Brooklyn, but going to high school in South Brooklyn, where everyone the Irish Americans, Greek Americans, Asian Americans, Jewish Americans, all talks like the Italian American kids, and those kids were Hilarious. They were profane. They were quick witted, and we were not friends put like I could appreciate their sense of humor. The movie is a concise examination of race, gender gentrification. As King's character gets into an argument with his sister over a MetroCard, you did not have a dime. Put 1000 until the white guy comes by and says hi to the sister. Hi. How you doing? How are you? You guys just don't know what both outta here. Oh, Polluted the movie is fun and poignant, and the process reminded King how much he loved making movies. That movie saved me. You saved me. I didn't see that or know that about Shaka. But I could understand, and I could see how that could happen. Charles de King, no relation to director Shocking is the CEO and founder of Macro which since its founding in 2015 has produced movies and TV shows featuring non white people, including Judas and the Black Messiah. It was before the oscarssowhite moment. Of 2015. There's a lot that's happened since then. There is much more of an openness and I think an understanding of the business opportunity there. Which brings us to King today, making a movie about an anti capitalist black radical at a very capitalist Hollywood studio without watering down the politics. The deal is to respect the authenticity. Fred Hampton Jr is the current chairman of the Black Panther Party, Cubs and son of Fred Hampton. He says he and the other Panthers had their guards up when they were approached about this film. The Panthers have long been subjected to propaganda campaigns and misrepresentations. But he says King and the rest of the cast and crew definitely navigated the crossroads between their creative goals and the Panthers. Political ones. Well enough, anyway. Revolutionaries never satisfied. You know, I wish there was more political cartoon. We could've pushed. In a certain point, However, I'll put the people's need before before my needs my wants and desires. For instance, the relationship between Fred Hampton and his partner, Deborah Johnson, was a tricky thing to get right. The poet.

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Apple's future: A look at iPad, MacBook M1

The 3:59

05:24 min | 8 months ago

Apple's future: A look at iPad, MacBook M1

"Sure that the ipad was on its way to replace the mac as those two platforms collided. Then keep the one macbook. So let's talk about the future apple those pesky rumors of a b. headset. This is your daily charge who begged pontificate about where all this is going. Then scott stein editor at large and apple expert so your commentary today looking at the potential merger of the ipad and mac book. But as you as you write today the perspective that you've had for awhile now shifted a lot because the m one you talk about that. Yes i've been. I've been trying out a loner. Unit of an apple. Mac book because i was curious and i heard great things about it and i thought okay and max work and i been mainly focused on looking at ipads and i've been writing about the ipad. Mac like dream merger for years like probably a decade and it did change my perspective in a way that i thought it might Apples chips on these are are trying to make max run a lot more smoothly instantly. Which is the territory. That i think i. I really put on ipads and on phones which was like. Oh this deferens really fast. It seems like get things done. Launched things quicker. Why can't you do that is easily on a on slogging laptop. Those problems having been solved on the on the air. And so well. I think also removes a lot of that uniqueness from the ipad and so it makes me wonder what is the ipad for and if and also if the mac can do this now really well with 'em one chip why can't the ipad to. Yes so it's interesting because you feels like it's a bit of a divergent for divergent idea from what you'd previously thought it was like. Do you still see these two platforms merging because it seems. Apple is intent on keeping them. Separate i think they have to merge and. I think apple's claims in this about keeping them separate or are posturing. Because i think that you know for years now we have been seeing them get closer and we've seen things introduced. That apple didn't seem what they were going introduced like a stylus or keyboard and track pad support You know things that are are transforming usb into Something that is more. Mac like were traditionally computer like but every year we get to this point of. When are we going to cross to becoming too doing even more in in the irs. Ripe pat os is more siloed off. It has advantages but it also holds back on flexibility. And i think in in a time of of lockdown where. I have not gone out. I need my home equipment. The mac book is extremely versatile. And i think that that versatility needs to flow more into the i. I think that answers my next question. I should ask anyways at this point. Like what do you find more useful and ipad pro the top line at that pro or one of these macbooks with an one processor. I think the mac book for what i do because you know what am i doing. I'm i'm i'm zooming a lot. I am testing out things. That may have extra weird browser hook whether it's a virtual sundance festival or stuff like that things that you know a lot of times were or zoom theater piece for what i cover. They will say we don't recommend an ipad for this. We don't recommend it you know. We prefer use laptop. So it's better safety zone for me for what i'm covering that being said i think i still feel like the ipads presentation for videos for for games as fantastic but no longer say that. It's the place for the best battery life or the best instant feel. I can just as easily. If you're shopping for an m one mac book you get that same thing you know and and that rock solid reliability is really impressed me so what really frustrates me is that people have to make a choice and i think apple made a really hard for people to decide and they launched these at different staggered windows. You where the ipad does not emerge at the same time and then then once it comes out. It's being seen as the computer of the future. So you know which one is. So i think they have to merge. Yeah you talked about some of the advantages of the ipad. Go into the am one like one that book on run apps really quickly you know. Obviously one of the key traits of an ipad over. Mac is still at touchscreens Touchscreen ever makes it over to the mac really right the macbooks. Apple's maximum the last domain. Were there's no touchscreen like everything else that i can think of is introduced it a long time ago. Were made a choice for some reason to maybe not super focused by touchscreen and stylus support shore or have it flip around be modular. You know. that stuff's been out there for so long. It's obvious. I think apple does seem focused on also people using multiple devices so there's always been a proposition of get both which is not realistic. I think if you get to a high enough price. The the ipad is cost as much as a mac book air. So why can't it be. Why can't those high end models be fully.

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'CODA,' 'Summer of Soul' win top prizes at Sundance Awards

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

'CODA,' 'Summer of Soul' win top prizes at Sundance Awards

"The Sundance Film Festival completing its first ever virtual awards a popular drummer has beaten the competition in the documentary field at Sundance I didn't even know this was a current SCO I thought my god so wow Questlove of the roots surprises he got word of his win well in the passenger seat of a car on his way to work the first time director wins for summer of sold work when the revolution could not be televised it's about the star studded but largely ignored nineteen sixty nine Harlem cultural festival the other big winner Sean hater for coda she takes the top four awards of the evening code also sold to apple TV four reported twenty five million dollars I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Questlove uncovers 'Black Woodstock' in his hit Sundance doc

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 8 months ago

Questlove uncovers 'Black Woodstock' in his hit Sundance doc

"I'm Julie Walker a landmark nineteen sixty nine Harlem concert series with Stevie Wonder Nina Simone sly and the family stone BB king and so many others finally becomes a documentary and it's pri Mary at the Sundance Film Festival summer of soul became a labor of love for first time director Questlove how easy is it for history to be erased and why is this mainly always having the black people that's an actual band leader was approached by producers to direct after footage from the concert which took place the same year end in the same state as Woodstock had been languishing in storage for decades now is my chance to change someone's life N. N. and tell a story that you know was almost erased the documentary open Sundance where it garnered immediate acclaim and countless at home dance parties for virtual festival goers including Questlove I'm Julie Walker

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The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary

"The Sundance Film Festival is taking place over the next week, and one of the documentary showing is about Rita Marino. The first Latina woman to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Freedom. Marino exploded on the screen in West Side Story, but Rita Marino just a girl who decided to go for it is her story, and she calls it real. Compared to the documentaries. She see. I've always thought, Well, G. That's just too perfect. All the time. S so I I just made sure that I was perfect some of the time. It's a raw look at her life. Her relationship with Marlon Brando the racism she faced in her career. You are Porter region, so you don't you're not worth much. The film was produced by Lin, Manuel Miranda and Norman Layer in airs on PBS later this

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Virtual 2021 Sundance Film Festival opens on a screen very near you

All Things Considered

03:50 min | 8 months ago

Virtual 2021 Sundance Film Festival opens on a screen very near you

"City, Utah. And because of the pandemic, thousands of film lovers will go to premieres, panels and parties, mostly online. NPR's Mandali Del Barco has this preview. This year's Sundance opens with the premier of the documentary, Summer of Soul or when the Revolution could not be televised. Director Amir Thompson, known as the Musician. Quest, Love presents footage of the 1969 Harlem cultural Festival that has never been seen since. Pressure's lower. Take My hand was Dr King's favorite zone and Sistema Hey, you're Jackson was my idol. She was my hero. I love this. So much listening to singer Mavis Staples praising my Hayley and Jackson is just one highlight of the film. In a normal year. There'd be long lines of festivalgoers standing in the snow to get into theaters to watch. This year films will be screened virtually through especially built online platform, says the festival's new director, Tabatha Jackson. The global pandemic hit And we realized that we had to re imagine everything. Jackson says her team wanted to create a wafer, filmgoers and filmmakers to gather will be able to chat with each other in virtual waiting rooms. Then watch film premieres together before asking questions of the casts and crews, and that's to preserve the energy and the excitement on the buzz and the conversation. In that moment, as we are confined in our Safe spaces. This is an opportunity to go out into the world and be taken around the world by some of these films as an international festival dedicated to independent filmmaking, the Sundance Community prides itself on being a bit scrappy. We're excited. I think this feels like a grand experiment, so people who are they couldn't afford it or couldn't make the journey. Couldn't navigate the icy streets of Park City can now come to Sundance. We're bringing Sundance to them. This year, Half the films at Sundance were directed by people of color as well as by women. Many were shot or finished during the pandemic lockdown. There's even one titled In the same breath about how covert 19 began in Wuhan, China. Many of the doctors said these hospitals must have known this new virus was spreading between people, but they were afraid to say so for fear of punishment from the government. Among the feature films to watch for is Koda, about a hearing girl whose family is deaf, also sons of monarchs, about a Mexican biologist and flee and animated film about an Afghan refugee. Other highlights included documentary about choreographer Alvin Ailey and another about the life and career of actress Rita Moreno. Life can be pressing America what was different about Anita and with side stories that she was a girl who respected herself. Who had a certain amount of dignity. Actually, she became my role model. The festival will also include online panels, meetups concerts and parties, many of them free. There will be virtual spaces for black and Latin. Next creators, and Jackson says festival goers can participate in the new frontier program using Webcams or virtual reality headsets from home, you Congar! Oh, in as an avatar, you can wonder around this incredible space garden. Go to parties, which are where people are going to gather to talk about films. We felt a cinema house in this virtual environment, and there's an extraordinary gallery off new work. The reason I'm so excited about it is because it really is an unusual space in which we can still come together and socialize, and it doesn't feel anything like Zoom. Sundance is also partner with art House cinemas around the country to present some in person events, including at drive in theaters. Manda Little Barco. NPR news.

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The Sundance Film Festival is going virtual this year

All Things Considered

00:10 sec | 8 months ago

The Sundance Film Festival is going virtual this year

"City, Utah. And because of the pandemic, thousands of film lovers will go to premieres, panels and parties, mostly online. NPR's Mandali Del Barco has this preview.

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Virtual 2021 Sundance Film Festival opens on a screen very near you

Fox News

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Virtual 2021 Sundance Film Festival opens on a screen very near you

"And the Sundance Film Festival gets underway today. Fox is tiny J powers with that story. You don't have to go to Utah to see this year's Sundance Film Festival. Like so many other things during the pandemic, this year's event is virtual. There are more than 70 screenings this year with 47% of the films in Competition directed My Women. Including the directorial debut of actor Robin Wright. In the film Land, The festival offers all you can watch passes as well. A single film tickets that let you reserve a digital seat. They're our feature and short films, documentaries, talks and performances. The Sundance Film Festival runs through February.

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With many hungry for content, Sundance market heats up

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

With many hungry for content, Sundance market heats up

"I'm Julie Walker the Sundance Film Festival kicks off today and like so many other things affected by the corona virus it's had to reinvent itself online more than seventy two feature films like Judas in the black messiah by Shaka king are debuting over the next week a virtual Sundance could prove to be a robust market for companies looking for content Judas as well as robin Wright's land use issues will already be available to the masses in the coming weeks but most are acquisition title seeking distribution deals like Questlove summer of soul the No Larson novel turned film passing by Rebecca hall and Gerard Carmichaels on the count of three just to name a few getting buzz I'm Julie Walker

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Turning the Page with Peloton Instructor Jess Sims

Hurdle

05:29 min | 9 months ago

Turning the Page with Peloton Instructor Jess Sims

"Today. I am sitting down with jess sims. She is a peleton instructor and extraordinary. Human just how you doing always better when it gets talk to you emily. Oh gosh i watched. Just this makes my day. I've been looking forward to this conversation all day here on here at all. I am catching up with some of my all time. Favorite guests from the last couple of years away to round out the year and so naturally one of the most listened to episodes of hurdle in two thousand twenty a yes. Stop it star jazz. You're making me blush things that you can't see on a podcast so i'm bringing just sims into the mix adjust how are loaded question to start off. How are you doing. i love me. Loaded question on a right now. Do well thank you for asking. It is my day off and not by getting to be adults things that i like to push aside on my busy workdays in just enjoy. It's snowing actually for the first time in new york city today. See technically speaking. It's been snowing for a few hours. So i will take the like sundance with like for the first time with a grain of salt. I've definitely seen snow this year. But this is like a new. No yes i mean. Nobody teaching and inspiring all. You're socio. I mean okay fine but yes fair. I looked out the window. And all i see is white. So it's a. It's officially a good snow day. I'm into it. I'm into it so i mean we're talking about snow now but we've been talking about for. The last year is the fact that this year is unlike any other. So give the hurdlers. Catch me up a little bit. Talk to me about how your twenty twenty has been. Oh man Twenty twenty what a year it has been it blows my mind that it's december. Let me start off by saying that. I feel like the last before before. Twenty twenty bt. I'm gonna. I'm gonna coin that officially here the last like memory i have before. Pre pre pandemic was black history. Month that peleton and so it's wild because we're revving up for black history month. Twenty twenty one and so am i wait a minute. I just feel like i. It's a time travel but it's been a year full of a lot of stuff a lot of alone time a lot of reflection a lot of community a lot of realization that i'm really excited to dive into with you today and i wouldn't have traded and of course this year has been brutal for so many reasons for so many people but i wouldn't trade this year because it's done so much for me personally. It's also gotta be really interesting. I mean especially with what you do. So many people around the country around the world are looking toward peleton this year for inspiration and motivation and like sanity and you are the person that is providing that sanity to so many people so i would imagine that although what a beautiful opportunity to connect with these people like pressures on me. That's how i would see it from my point of view like i would imagine that for you. Maybe more than ever being really honest about what you need and where you're at is so important to show up for your community totally and i think that that's one of the things that i pride myself on. Always being very real so I was just talking a couple of weeks ago. you might have heard it in class By the way. Thank you for taking classes. That i love the phrase. Amplify the positive. Because it's not you don't wanna be overly optimistic to the point where you're annoying. It's the point where you're like okay. But you're you're undermining the pain and the suffering that so many people are going through but you can always find the positive and by using the word amplify it's acknowledging that life is not all roses but there are some beautiful things much. Choose to put those up higher. Focus on motives and for me personally. It's the secret as saying this whole thing. Secret thing that i was thinking in my head was yes. Wow i am doing so much for other people you know. We're almost four million members of our world wide with at the time and i don't take role lightly whatsoever and but the secret is that y'all have done more for me than you could ever imagine because there was a point in time where i was not working out unless i was teaching. I couldn't get myself to be motivated enough to get up and teaching. Because i didn't want to do it for myself. I was like oh it's easy to just you know. Hang in today's easy today to just you know. Forget about those goals. And forget about the things i said i wanted to do. But because it's my job. Because i need to show up i find my strength in the stories of our members. And so when you get a dm or a comment or your tagged in a post though someone saying jess the i'm your the only bright spot. Peleton is the only bright spot in my twenty twenty. I'm a essential worker My mom is sick. am a single parent. I have three kids under three like. There's the story's never cease to amaze me and on my toughest arcus day I'm like these people need me in able to transcend myself and realize that it's bigger than me and i'm able to get up there and perform and i it it it helps me. I hope just as much as it helps others.

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'Promising Young Woman' Movie Review

Radio From Hell

01:14 min | 9 months ago

'Promising Young Woman' Movie Review

"That this is this was a very big, controversial movie at Sundance. This this last go around. Starts Carey Mulligan as a former med student, and she has a very particular routine. She will go into a bar act very drunk. Wait for some guy that had taken take her home to his place. And then when he starts doing not my thing, she suddenly she suddenly appears very sober. And he had the jet. The man in question is like very Uh on and she does this Azzawi discovers the movie goes on. There's a reason she does this and it involves something from her past when she was in medical school. Uh, It is very stylishly the director, Um Hamilton l, who is the showrunner for killing heave. This is her first feature film on it is It isn't really well done. It is. It is very, uh, in your face about you know, the issues of Uh, you know, we'll way men act toward women on Carrie Mulligan is just amazing in it. So

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Melinda Coleman, mother of Daisy Coleman, dies by suicide

Democracy Now! Audio

01:16 min | 10 months ago

Melinda Coleman, mother of Daisy Coleman, dies by suicide

"And melinda coleman the mother of late sexual assault survivor and advocate. Daisy coleman died by apparent suicide sunday four months after daisy's death by suicide melinda was fifty eight years old melinda's passing was announced by the group. Safe be a youth. Led organization co founded by her daughter. Daisy raising awareness on sexual assault and middle and high schools in a statement. The group said quote the bottomless grief of losing her husband. Tristen and daisy was more than she could face most days unquote melinda centrist and was killed in a car crash. Two years ago in two thousand sixteen democracy now interviewed melinda at the sundance film festival. Where daisy described her howling experience with sexual assault and the netflix documentary. Audrey and daisy. I'm really proud of her. I think she's been incredibly strong. And i just think she's a great person and i'm so happy she's in my life and she's my hero to see our full interview with melinda. And daisy coleman you can go to democracy now dot org. They have both now die by suicide

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The Sundance Film Festival goes largely virtual for 2021

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

The Sundance Film Festival goes largely virtual for 2021

"2021 Sundance Film Festival is going virtual, the Sundance Institute unveiling its plans for the digital event, which will also include screenings at drive in theaters, independent art House cinemas and cultural organizations. The festival runs from January 28th through February 3rd and is rolling out in several cities across the country due to the ongoing

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"sundance" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"sundance" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Is that kind of dedication to like he's regret twenty years later is that there was a beautiful film that he could have screened at Sundance, and he didn't so like having a team of screeners that are dedicated to making sure the best work is there and sort of being the. Festival that bloomed in the late eighties early nineties when America was having sort of its indie renaissance I think those things sort of come together to have given it this reputation where you know for the most part. I you know I've gone to very few truly terrible screenings at Sundance and that's not always true of every festival on the flip side. I think that there are aspects of the geography of Sundance, that benefit it like I always, you know when people always ask me about any versus gear I always say you know sinecures wonderful which is at film event in L. A. Singers wonderful. But I can tell you the number times I went to gear and then I went on a date..

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"sundance" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Frame

"He is basically saying you can make a choice. You can have a career in this business or you can walk out right now. You're making it sound a lot more dramatic. That's good I mean. It's it's incredible. I really just wanted to make sure I mean he has basically I didn't want him to be too evil over the top evil to the point where you know. He's just swearing at her. I kind of really wanted to make sure he's answers. Were clear and concise and made sense and they do I mean ah she it. He'd cheese rattled by this idea that he's questioning another woman's kind of reasons for being there and she is she jealous and she. I wanted wanted to really play play with all that and so it's great that it comes across those two by the way it's such an amazing job with at seeing. They're so good and they're such great actors and they did it again and again it's twelve pages and they knew it all and just over over and over and it was fabulous. Every time I have to say this movie has really stayed with me. I think what you created is such a realistic depiction of what what it feels like to be in that workplace. And I'm wondering what kind of conversations you hope. The film sparks about Workplace Gender Dynamics Dynamics about the metoo movement I I mean firstly. I want people to come away thinking about their own role in their own behavior. Because I feel like it isn't just about. The misconduct is also about kind of the culture in these work environments and how we can make our workplaces more safe and fair and equitable for everybody. So so I think if those conversations can be had and it was difficult to kind of analyze our own W- our own environments in our own complicity. But I think we are all part of this system and and so we. In order to change we really need to dissect it completely and strip it. Apart and rebuild it and get more women power that would be ideal. What can a narrative heretic films? Do especially on a subject like this that a documentary. Couldn't we know the facts like we've read. There's been a lot of coverage in the press. We know what's happened happens in those rooms. We know what was going on what I wanted to take do with. This film is give people kind of an emotional experience like be able to get them to to understand the gravity of the situation. Some of these young women were in and just how unfair and brutal. This system was for so many people so I mean for me. That's something that I think. A narrative film can do is really take you on a journey emotionally with the character and really get you to identify with somebody who often in your life I mean. A lot of people have assistance in ignore more than they seem invisible and I wanted to make sure she was scented in this narrative and that people could just look at this whole experience whole event from somebody's point of view. That's different different from there. It's probably not lost on you. You'RE GONNA show this film at the Sundance Film Festival where allegedly some sexual assaults by Harvey. Weinstein were committed. What is it showing lean in park city mean to you about what has happened there in the past Yeah this is I mean people ask me like should I be showing it here and there and I think this is the film that should be seen by many people as possible. And he's a compensation so that need to be had everywhere and the more we can have these compensations the better kind of hopefully the system system will get so i. I'm I'm all for screening at Sundance and making sure people see it talk about well. How can we change things? How can we improve things moving forward? Kitty Green is is the writer and director of the Assistant. Kitty thanks so much for coming back on the frame. Thank you for having me the assistant debuts at the Sundance Film Festival then opens in theaters on January thirtieth up next on the frame. Jonathan Pryce have a Prayer Academy Award for for his portrayal of Pope.

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"sundance" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"It together so it's a mystery to me right now and we run a fellowship at sundance where we encourage filmmakers who choose not to make alright steals so i'm not gonna say that it's like really exciting for us but it it's really okay i'm saying it's really exciting for us because that means there's potentially some foam acres who are gonna peace deals together and do some creative distribution unless they're just keeping it a secret so some of those filmmakers that may come to you guys are the what are their main goals for the project is it silica theatrical release as kind of the end goal or is that perhaps something that kind of kicks off the film's journey we've previously seen that as kind of open in theaters get your reviews oh on demand and we kind of move forward or is that kind of the ethical now seen is good marching pad to really go further and find your audience fill it still feels like the coal is the the directors we desire like we all hear this all the time i wanna see my film on the big screen this film deserves at the release things of that nature verbiage of that nature i wouldn't really say that the makers that were talking to our seen as a means to an end they're not talking about it as if we get a theatrical will will get better placement on vod bucket said and rooms they the ones that we talked you recognize they may get better press if they do a theatrical release but when we talk to filmmakers we always ask what are your goals i learned this from my mentor peter broderick you know is it is it i ball's is it impact or is it revenue and usually it's you know it's recouping at the very least recouping and just but it doesn't really feel like a lot of filmmakers wanna put in the mount of time and energy necessary to really give to film's release maybe that cynical but that's what we're seeing yeah i was wondering you know what you just mentioned that you you you mentioned peter broderick and the goals a lot of the right beautiful makers listening who are starting out and they don't even understand what the goals are because for some people they think go i just need to get into sundance that would be the goal but that's not really the goal can you talk can you elaborate on on the different things you just talked about for people who haven't actually heard of that because i realize that came in a little hot too like i'm just jumping into leg my business speak so let me just like calm down a little bit and talk like a human so when you make a movie i'm a filmmaker right a lot we're filmmakers and renew creatives and we usually make films because of this like immense it in ourselves like in our heart to get content out to get something from our heads out into the world so when you put a lot of time and resources into something a lot of cognitive this news occurs where you feel this needs either make a lot of money to make up for it or you know find as many people as possible to watch it which is i ball's or make it impact and try to change the world and usually we hear those impact answers from documentary filmmakers but i love to hear them from fiction filmmakers as well so when you are about to release a film the option clearly all options are important but the option you choose to prioritize is the one that informs your distribution strategy so if someone were to say i ball's than we would say let's get that sucker up on an s fahd netflix hulu amazon prime because there's a massive subscriber base and it's the quickest way to get as many people as possible so that's the kind of line of thinking we're we're on right now and being on as fahd platform of course it's available to so many more people than would be if it was the ethical releases standard theatrical release but does that also kind of sil make you a smaller fish in a large pond still how am i going to bring people to.

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"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

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"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

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"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

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"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh paul newman's butch cassidy shows up and basically kind of talks their way out of a fight where in attritional western the introduction to the sundance kid wouldbe him blow in the shit out of this guy and in like like shooting him in any crawley's cool thing okay she's rolfast while the la la um and then and then right after that goes into a scene where were butch kasese leadership of of their gang here primarily called the whole n wall gang is is challenged and any wednesday by kicking a did in the balts wishes like the most atypical thing for a western hero to do you know like john wayne would never do that none of these none of these characters even like henry fonda on what's once upon a time the west wouldn't do that antitank of anything lowering attacking summary in the bosnia western i guess it would just be kicking in in the balls from behind maybe like qichen their horse in the balls versed allies i always get wait a horse's mouth but you know there there's right from the beginning this movie were chipping away at a western icrc iconography western movies do at how they set up conflicts now they resolve them and consequently who these characters are yeah and we must find jarring i mean the dialogue here i call it dialogue but it's really like a one person dialogue it's really just paul newman doing all the talking pretty much uh it's screwball dialogue i mean this is fast moving but at at at at at at a die like clip he could be funny dialogue in exchanges reasoning but aren't you can ask us to sit down all finds that dental like yet either we oughta go like it's it doesn't fit all with anything it's kind of jarring i think at first i think i think this movie which jiang author of the way throughout its deliberately jar i think it's deliberately jarring in the music to you know they're they're segments were the that are scored by this.

paul newman butch cassidy crawley john wayne henry fonda bosnia attritional jiang
"sundance" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Ars and finance executives and all these different people and the movie like a really really fascinating sample of of how the american dream became so perverted over the years so uh that one was picked up by amazon or i guess it maybe it was it was funded by amazon initially at in any case the amazon logo played before the movie did in the actual theater when i saw it at sundance i'm sure it's gonna be coming to amazon prime sometime pretty soon yes new if you haven't seen her two thousand twelve documentary the queen of her size i think it is playing uh on who for anybody who has a subscriber hulu it was one of my favorite movies have sundance from that year of let's move on to number three from brad uh another documentary won't you'd be my neighbor yeah this is what what was said i wasn't as a painted um i hadn't the painted seen before the festival began as very credits yet it's a chronicle of the life and career of fred rodgers who is the greener and star of the famous longrunning collisions program mr rogers neighborhood that ran for decades anna's banda a few different generations of kids growing up without the public broadcasting corporation and this was just a wonderfully touching eyeopening documentary about this man who wanted nothing more but to help kids engage with the world around them and make them understand things that were uh much more complex uh van their mind had yet developed to understand uh use is so endearing n caring and loving it all he want was help children understand you know sort of the chaos that exists in the world around us and he does this by going through.

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"sundance" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sundance" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Everyone welcomed the slash on daily for january 25th the two thousand eighteen i today's show we're gonna be talking about our favorite film from the two thousand eighteen sundance film festival this peter shore joining them to this podcast is slash home we can editor bright omen adding on andor on senior writer then pearson hey what's up so i as you guys probably know i was at the sundance film festival for less than 24 hours i did not get to see any films but ban and brad both got to see some films for the side and we also had steve iaak capone covering some reviews for the set but right now we have on the line brad and ben uh to talk about their fever films at the sundance film festival and before we get into that i know some people will probably already tuning out because they're like sundance film festival i don't want to hear about this but um you know we should mentioned you know some of the biggest films that people were talking about today uh appreared at last year sundance film festival the big sick call me by your name the aim emailed so the even even though the you have not heard of these films now you could very well be very excited about these films under the air so uh this your chance to get in on the ground for here but some films really early and i get excited about something before all your friends and be in the know uh i uh before we get into it i just want to say i you know i had been going to suddenness of us will for sixteen years before started slash film was volunteer there and i would see films there and out come home in uh you know when those films he went dvd out have like moving nato with my friends in expose him told these like weird move like you know primer and you know small independent movies date people probably wouldn't have heard i mean i guess now with the internet and social media at like people here but things more but baghlan it wasn't the case uh and i i think is kind of actually have slashed.

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