11 Burst results for "Tamra Jenkins"

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Me back. Watch it you can see bells face getting ready. There were there. Were definitely your tears. Flowing down there is like we could barely got it together and i it was it was it was i i was. It was very difficult for us to keep it together. There was a lot of improvising going on the confidence genius. That is very. That's unbelievable concept. Was i even believe it was bhai are amazing producer suzanne. Todd pitched the concept and the and the fellas wrote something down and then we were able to take it and run but like the idea was genius. I'm with you so funny. Oh my god and just only sweet face just taking it. My god so that was twenty six. Th two thousand seventeen was flower. You and so deutsche which i thought was another under under appreciated want but okay so this one i believe rightly is one of your most. You know kind of prizes ones which is private life in two eighteen. Which was wasn't is on netflix. And for tamra jenkins who had not made a movie in eleven years going back to the savages which also great so now. She finally is getting her next project. Together she runs it by you and it was important enough to you. There was something about it that connected with you enough that you were gonna go fly to across the country and back in one night to go and pursue this part. Yeah it was camera jenkins like like you said. She doesn't make movies that often. Her writing is is so extraordinary. And like there's nobody. I there's so few people that that have such emotional integrity when it comes to seen building like i was to be in a two hander. With with her at the helm. I i flew myself there. We split a bottle of wine and some secratary. Odori wine was build. I think i don't even think we talked about the movie. And then i knew flew back home. And i just you know manifested manifested manifested. She came to l. a. We walked around the reservoir and And then it just happened and all of a sudden giamatti was doing it who is another fellow yearly weirdly but he was the best and kaley carter. That was i really treasure. That experience also is one of the another one of those. That's like i will forever hold that to my heart. That experience is something that was like alchemy shifting for me as a performer. And as a person. I love that piece of filmmaking so much it's terrific and very powerful and just in case anyone doesn't know this is about a couple struggling to conceive a child and kind of has a surrogate child show up in the meantime in great. We talk a bit about mrs fletcher. I don't know if there's anything you'd want to add about. I know you were a producer on that as well and i think you've been doing more producing lately. Is that something that just gives you more creative control. Or what's the of producing something like mrs fletcher. Well i think it started for me with with. I love dick where it was like not at the beginning but it kind of was accumulative and i kind of turned around and said i think maybe an everybody agreed And same thing with mrs fletcher was just like it was just became very clear that my finger my mitts were in all the areas and so just became the right thing and so it's just when it's right and it makes sense one. It's fair and when. I'm doing that kind of work. Of course all right so the main course we are up to agnes the nosy neighbor of wanda envision in one division which has been just a phenomenon for disney plus. I think it was satiated. The appetites of marvel fans who were starved during the pandemic they had they were supposed to have had black widow all kinds of things that got put off and so the first new marvel content after over a i think at least about a year. Was you guys rolling out with this. Which i enjoy marvel movies and stuff but i have never been as into something. They've done as this. Because i think it's it's it's plays on so many different levels and the fact that the to the sitcom eras are so smart and well done and all of it So i guess just to begin with you had sort of been i guess part of that universe with spiderman into the spider verse. But how does it come about that. You're now going to be alive full character in one of their projects. I know i mean talk about like not knowing what the future's going to hold. I had walked my managers set up a general over there. And i guess with these generals you could never hear from them again or could be something three years down the line or at number no so. It was just a random general with lou and mary lou and d'esposito mary levinas and they at the end of it. They walk me down the hall and they said oh. I think you know matt chapman. I think you guys people in common and my husband had worked with him. He used to run a theater. Company called the black dahlia in los angeles and. He told me that he was he. Was you know directing the series for disney plus. That's it and then the next day or the day. After i mean it was like right on the heels..

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Into the three hundred. Ninety eight episode of awards cheddar. The hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today has been a first rate screen actors actor for twenty years in big studio comedies. Like adam mckay stepbrothers and john lucas and scott. Moore's is bad moms in our house indies. Joey solloway afternoon delight. And tamra jenkins is private life and peak tv series like solloway transparent. And i love dick. Nobody least of all her imagine that this would all lead her to of all places the marvel cinematic universe but it did when she was cast as wanda visions. Nosy neighbor. Agnes who turns out to be more than meets the eye on the disney plus limited series wanda vision for which he has received some of the best reviews of her career and her second emmy nomination this one in the category of best actress in a limited or anthology series four years after her first for transparent i'm talking about katherine han over the course of our conversation. The forty eight year old. And i discussed how she got her first professional gig at the age of twelve what it was like learning to improvise with the frat pack why she has cornered the market. On parts of middle aged women experiencing sexual reawakening 's what it was like playing for marvel the role that she was meant to all along plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go.

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Three hundred. Ninety eight episode of awards cheddar. The hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today has been a first rate screen actors actor for twenty years in big studio comedies. Like adam mckay stepbrothers and john lucas and scott. Moore's is bad moms in our house indies. Joey solloway afternoon delight. And tamra jenkins is private life and peak tv series like solloway transparent. And i love dick. Nobody least of all her imagine that this would all lead her to of all places the marvel cinematic universe but it did when she was cast as wanda visions. Nosy neighbor. Agnes who turns out to be more than meets the eye on the disney plus limited series wanda vision for which he has received some of the best reviews of her career and her second emmy nomination this one in the category of best actress in a limited or anthology series four years after her first for transparent i'm talking about katherine han over the course of our conversation. The forty eight year old. And i discussed how she got her first professional gig at the age of twelve what it was like learning to improvise with the frat pack why she has cornered the market. On parts of middle aged women experiencing sexual reawakening 's what it was like playing for marvel the role that she was meant to all along plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go.

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on The Moth

"I'm Meg bulls. Our next story is from tamra Jenkins. It was told back in two thousand two and in those early days of the moth, it was a miracle. We managed to record the stories at all. And unfortunately, the audio from this particular show is a bit rougher than usual, but we loved it. And we hope you will too. Here's Sammer Jenkins live at the mock. After my parents split up. I was living in my mother's house in our old house on Yarmouth wrote in Philadelphia with my mother and my little brother and one Christmas morning. I came down the stairs. And underneath the tree. There were all these really large scale gifts. And they were all addressed to me, and I rip them open, and it was luggage in all different shapes and sizes and with his beautiful floral print, and I said, oh my God. Mom, there's so many of them. And she said, well, you know, when you go on a big trip. It's nice to have a matching set and who's going on the big trip. And she said, you are end your little brother, you know, your father gives me no help here. I'm sending you both out to California to live with him. So now, I'm Lynn, California. And I've been living with my father for like ten years. And and at this point, I'm fifteen and my little brothers eleven and my father's sixty eight years old. He's not a young, man. But you know, he's doing okay, and we're going along, and it all seems fine until one day. My father's girlfriend offers him this deal and her name is Reta Hirsch field. And she she's a widow a two-time widow. And she she's my father's age. She's put a little money aside, not a lot. But enough when she says to my father, look, Manny, you can either go into old age in style. You can move into my condominium complex with with with all the amenities. And all that that affords my swimming bowl, the the laundry room and the free parking me and my Hamilton collection of limited edition gone with the wind plates. Or you could continue living with those kids of yours in that crappy rental apartment on Lana. Good boulevard that you can barely afford. So that sort of what it came down to either the condominium or the kids and my father went with the condo. So now it's like eighteen years later, and I'm living in the east village. And I'm like thirty three years old. And I'm and I haven't seen my father very much during the course of this time. So one day the phone rings and the answering machine picks up, and it's my father's girlfriends daughter, read Hirsch, fields daughter. She lives in Hawaii. And she says Aloha. I just thought you should know that my mother read Hirsch field has had a stroke, and we had to hire twenty four hour home healthcare worker to attend to her needs. And Tammy the fact of the matter is your father's not getting any younger either and actually Tammi. The fact is he won't dress himself, and he's wandering around the apartment in the nude, and he's showing up at the dinner table, nude, and he's like a nudist, and and and we're really concerned, and we are paying Alonzo to take care of our mother, not your father, and we we don't think it's fair. And I don't know what kind of people you are you don't even talk to your father your bunch of savages. And then she said L, and I also want you to know that your father's in the hospital. I mean, it's nothing serious. It's apparently routine, but I just thought you should know Aloha. So my brother, my big brother, and I we fly out to California to meet with a Lonzo into check out the situation of the home healthcare worker, and we strike up a deal with him that we're going to give him, you know, we're going.

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:50 min | 3 years ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on KCRW

"Meg both. Our next story is from tamra Jenkins was told back in two thousand two and in those early days of the moth, it was a miracle. We managed to report the stories at all. And unfortunately, the audio from this particular show is a bit rougher than usual, but we loved it. And we hope you will tear. Here's Sandra Jenkins live at the mosque. After my parents split up. I was living in my mother's house in our old house on Yarmouth wrote in Philadelphia with my mother and my little brother and one Christmas morning. I came down the stairs and underneath a tree. There were all these really large scale gifts. And they were all addressed to me, and I rip them open. And it was luggage in all different shapes and sizes and with this beautiful floral print, and I said, oh my God, man. There's so many of them and she said, well, you know, when you go on a big trip. It's nice to have a matching set. Who's going on the big trip? And he said, you are and your little brother, you know, your father gives me no help here. I'm sending you both out to California to live with him. So now, I'm Lynn, California. And I've been living with my father for like ten years. And and at this point, I'm fifteen and my little brothers eleven and my father's sixty eight years old. He's not a young, man. But you know, he's doing okay, and we're going along, and it all seems fine until one day. My father's girlfriend offers him this deal. And her name is Reta Hirschfeld. And she she's a widow a two-time widow. And she she's my father's age, and she's put a little money aside, not a lot. But enough when she says to my father, look, Manny. You can either go into old agents style, you can move into my condominium complex with with with all the amenities. And all that that affords my swimming pool, the the the laundry room in the free parking me and my Hamilton collection of limited edition gone with the wind plates. Or you could continue living with those two kids of yours in that crappy rental apartment on Louisiana. Good boulevard that you can barely afford. So that sort of what it came down to either the condominium or the kids and my father went with a condo. So now it's like eighteen years later, and I'm living in the east village. And I'm like a thirty three years old. And I'm and I haven't seen my father very much during the course of this time. So one day the phone rings and the answering machine picks up, and it's my father's girlfriends daughter read Hirschfeld's daughter. She lives in Hawaii. And she says Aloha. I just thought you should know that my mother redder Hirschfeld has had a stroke, and we had to hire a twenty four hour home healthcare worker to attend to her needs. And Tammy the fact of the matter is your father's not getting any younger either. And actually, Tammy the fact is he won't dress himself, and he's wandering around the apartment in the nude, and he's showing up at the dinner table, nude, and he's like a nudist, and and and we're really concerned, and we are paying Alonzo to take care of our mother, not your father. And we, you know, we don't think it's fair. And I don't know what kind of people you are you don't even talk to your father your bunch of savages. And then she said, you know, L, and I also want you to know that your father is in the hospital. I mean, it's nothing serious. It's apparently routine, but I just thought you should know Aloha. So my brother, my big brother, and I we fly out to California to meet with Alonzo and to check out the situation, the home healthcare worker, and we strike up a deal with him that we're going to give him, you know, we're going to pool our money, and we're going to give him this monthly payment. If he continues to care for our father, and he agrees to this. And that's all very nice, and we signed a little piece of paper, and that's all really great. And then we go to the hospital to see my father. And you know, I haven't seen my father in a really long time, and we get to the hospital and he's in a hospital bed. Now, he's quite old. He's like eighty six years old, and he's laying there, and it's all very sort of sarcophagus strange feeling in the room. And I'm and it's silent. And then suddenly my father's is sort of pop open. And he looks at me and I look at him. And he says, you know, where the hell of you been they've had me hob tied for days. Get me the hell out of here. And he starts pulling at these restraints, and I start to undo him. And I tried to explain to him that I've been living on the eastern seaboard for the last eighteen years and. I'm sorry. I'm late dad. So I time my father, and apparently he's going to be released in a few days and everything that with Lonzo. So my brother flies back to Boston Massachusetts where he lives and now everything starts happening very quickly. I'm still in Los Angeles. And I'm actually in my hotel room, and I'm preparing to leave as well. And then the phone rings, Aloha Tammy. I just want you to know that last night our mother redder hers field passed away. And we just I mean, we feel really terrible about this. I mean, we're really sad. We're really sorry. And we're selling the condo. And and I just want to wish you know, you and your family, good luck. And God health and an Aloha so now, my father this this deal that we made with a home healthcare worker is mood because my father has no home and the hospital is ready to release my father, but he is nowhere to go. And I immediately call my big brother, and he immediately starts scrambling to find some sort of facility that will take. Care of my father and will receive him in a very short period of time, and I'm in Los Angeles. And I'm really kind of freaking out and I'm stalling the hospital, and they're getting really mad at me because you know, it's a hospital and explaining it's not a nursing home. And I I can't drive, and I'm in LA, and my brother calls me, he finds a place, and that's gonna take my father. And this is a big relief. So I call it the airlines my call United, and I'm looking for what's called a compassion discount fare. And the woman on the phone the United woman on the phone. She was very nice, but she explained to me that United doesn't offer compassion. They only offer bereavement. So if your father still alive, I'm sorry, but we can't help you. But when you're father does die please feel free to call United. And then we'll be able to take care of a man. Okay. So I ended up flying American and it's the morning of the flight, and I show up at the hospital, and it's quite early in the morning and the hospital sort of empty and I arrive at my father's room. And he's all the beds all made in my father's all dressed up. But the odds thing is the way. My father's dressed. He's wearing a flannel shirt, and he's wearing these suspenders and this kind of baseball cap, and this does not suit. My father does not illustrate my father. I mean, there's nothing to do with my father was a nightclub owner, and then he was a car salesman. And he does this is like generic grandpa wear and also my father is a Jew, and they don't wear those sorts of things benders and flannel shirts, and. It was very strange, and I was very uncomfortable with it. Because I thought that my father was sort of losing a sense of identity, you know, through this aging process and people were buying him clothes, and they didn't know who he was I pulled off the cap, and I pulled up the suspenders, and we'll my father out to the nursing station. And and I'm signing him out. You know, then they're giving me like medication dosage instructions, and and they're very kind, and then they started stuffing my carry on luggage with diapers. These adult diapers which is completely unprepared for but I didn't have time to ask any questions and we had a plane to catch. So I'm rolling my father out of the hospital. And and then I'm like, dad. Oh, by the way, do you know where we're going, and he says, yeah, we're going back east, and he sort of laughs diabolically like I'm springing from the penitentiary or something so okay? So we got to the airport, and you know, we're doing pretty well. And we arrive at the security checkout point, and I'm putting all of our, you know, carry on luggage on that conveyor belt to be extra x-rayed Rayed, and somehow in the course of negotiating all. This. I've misplaced my father. And and then I look beyond the security point my father's already gone through. And he's out there in a wheelchair. And and it's kind of it's like he's rolling it. And and they're checking me to see what I've got on me. And I'm trying to explain to them my father is rolling away. And and they don't care. And then there's nothing I can do in at that moment. I just I realize actually, you know. He is kind of helpless, and there is nothing that I can do. And but I'm going to do the best. I can. And so I kept up with him. And I get to the gate and we arrive at the gate and they're boarding the plane. And then there's that moment where you realize like, okay, a wheelchair is like this wide and like an airplane Iowa's like this wide. So how do people in wheelchairs get aboard airplanes? And I'll tell you they have this thing. It's quite it's this thing and they pulled out of nowhere. It's sort of like wheelchair and like a gurney, and like a skateboard, and it's very low and narrow and they take my father off of the wheelchair and they put him onto this gate skateboard gurney thing, and they strap him on the tilt them back and they roll him into coach. And so there we are. Now, we're we're sitting in code and my father's cut the window seat, which is lovely. And I've got you know, I'm sitting there in any way. The the thing is that were on the plane, and that we made it and that we actually we looked like people on a plane. And you know, we're like passing and. We've peel back the entrees, and we're. Eating our fettuccini or Alfredo or whatever. And it's quite nice and suddenly my father's four goes down. And then he starts tugging at a seat belt. And I say dad what and he says bathroom, and so we're, you know at the point in the plane ride where the tray tables are down in that little service carte thing is in the aisle, and everybody's eating and taking up space. My father's to go to the bathroom. And I okay. So I manage to sort of wiggle I'm out from behind those little flappy, tray tables and might get them out into the aisle. And and and he's very unstable. And I'm not really sure how we're going to get from where we are to back there where the bathroom is. And and then I think, you know, I'll be like one of those aluminum walkers that you see the elderly with and I will become a human Walker, and I face my father towards me, and I hold him in his hands like this. And I just want to do this with his much like a private dignified moment as a of Canada. And we're. You know, we're walking backwards towards the bathroom, and it's going pretty well, actually, I mean, it's a little shaking. It's this kind of odd little thing. But nobody really seems to suspect anything, and you know, it seems to be okay. And then suddenly my father sort of sticks in place, and he he stops walking. And I looked down to discover that his pants around his ankles. And that he's standing in the middle of this airplane and his diapers. And then I realized I got those suspenders were actually necessary. They just offended my sensibility. And I felt really and awful in responsible for humiliating my father, and I pull up his trousers, and I kind of bunch them up in a little wide, and I kind of continue backwards towards the bathroom and finally my back is up against the bathroom door. And we kind of turn them around. He's standing over the toilet and the doors wide open. And it seems you know, fine. And then. I'm not really sure what I need to do. Now. I'm dad, you know. Is there anything else I can do for you? And he says, yeah, you can shut the damn door, and, you know, get outta here..

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:09 min | 3 years ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A moth radio hour. I'm Meg both. Our next story is from tamra Jenkins was told back in two thousand two and in those early days of the moth, it was a miracle. We managed to record the stories at all. And unfortunately, the audio from this particular show is a bit rougher than usual. But we loved it. And we hope you will hear Sammer Jenkins live at the Mark. After my parents split up. I was living in my mother's house in our old house on Yarmouth wrote in Philadelphia with my mother and my little brother and one Christmas morning. I came down the stairs and underneath a tree. There were all these really large scale gifts. And they were all addressed to me, and I rip them open, and it was luggage in all different shapes and sizes and with his beautiful floral print, and I said thank God, mom, there's so many of them. And she said, well, you know, when you go on a big trip. It's nice to have a matching set. And I said who's going on the big trip? And she said, you are and your little brother, you know, your father gives me no help here. I'm sending you both out to California to live with him. So now, I'm Lynn, California. And I've been living with my father for like ten years. And and at this point, I'm fifteen and my little brothers eleven and my father's sixty eight years old. He's not a young, man. But you know, he's doing okay, and we're going along, and it all seems fine until one day. My father's girlfriend offers him this deal. And her name is redder Hirschfeld. And she she's a widow a two-time widow. And she she's my father's age, and she's put a little money aside, not a lot. But enough when she says to my father, look, Manny, you can either go into old agents style, you can move into my condominium complex with with with all the amenities. And all that that affords my swimming pool, the the laundry room and the free parking me and my Hamilton collection of limited edition gone with the wind plates. Or you could continue living with those kids of yours that crappy rental apartment on Louisiana. Good boulevard you can barely afford. So that sort of what it came down to either the condominium or the kids and my father went with a condo. So now it's like eighteen years later, and I'm living in the east village. And I'm like thirty three years old. And I'm and I haven't seen my father very much during the course of this time. So one day the phone rings and the answering machine picks up, and it's my father's girlfriends daughter read Hirschfeld's daughter. She lives in Hawaii. And she says Aloha. I just thought you should know that my mother read Horsfield has had a stroke, and we had to hire a twenty four hour home healthcare worker to attend to her needs. And Tammy the fact of the matter is your father's not getting any younger either and actually Tammi. The fact is he won't dress himself, and he's wandering around the apartment in the nude, and he's showing up at the dinner table, nude, and he's like nudist, and and and we're really concerned, and we are paying Alonzo to take care of our mother, not your father, and we we don't think it's fair. And I don't know what kind of people you are you don't even talk to your father, your a bunch of savages. And then she said, oh, and I also want you didn't know that your father in the hospital. I mean, it's nothing serious. It's apparently routine, but I just thought you should know Aloha. So my brother, my big brother, and I we fly out to California to meet with Alonzo and to check out the situation. The home health healthcare worker, and we strike up a deal with him that we're going to give him, you know, we're going to pool our money, and we're going to give him this monthly payment. If he continues to care for our father, and he agrees to this. And that's all very nice, and we sign a little piece of paper. And that's all really great. And then we go to the hospital to see my father. And you know, I haven't seen my father in a really long time, and we get to the hospital and he's in a hospital bed. Now, he's quite all these like eighty six years old, and he's laying there, and it's all very sort of sarcophagus strange feeling in the room. And and I'm and it's silent. And then suddenly my father's is sort of pop open. And he looks at me and I look at him. And he says, you know, where the hell of you been they've had me hob tied for days. Get me the hell out of here. And he starts pulling at these restraints, and I start to undo him. And I tried to explain to them that I've been living on the eastern seaboard for the last eighteen years and. I'm sorry. I'm late dad. So I am time my father, and apparently he's going to be released in a few days and everything that with Alonzo. So my brother flies back to Boston Massachusetts where he lives and now everything starts happening very quickly. I'm still in Los Angeles. And I'm actually in my hotel room, and I'm preparing to leave as well. And then the phone rings, Aloha Tammy. I just want you to know that last night our mother, redder Hirschfeld passed away. And we just I mean, we feel really terrible about this. I mean, we're really sad. We're really sorry. And we're selling the condo. And and I just want to wish you know, you and your family, good luck and God health, and and Aloha so now my father this this deal that we made with a home health care worker is mood because my father has no home and the hospital is ready to release my father, but he has nowhere to go. And I immediately call my big brother, and he immediately starts scrambling to find some sort of facility that will take. Care of my father and will receive him in a very short period of time, and I'm in Los Angeles. And I'm really kind of freaking out and I'm stalling the hospital, and they're getting really mad at me because you know, it's a hospital and they're explaining it's not a nursing home. And I can't drive, and I'm in LA, and my brother calls me, he finds a place and. It's gonna take my father, and this is a big relief. So I call up the airlines my call United, and I'm looking for what's called a compassion discount fare and the woman on the phone the United woman on the phone. She was very nice, but she explained to me that United doesn't offer compassion. They only offer bereavement. So if your father still alive, I'm sorry, but we can't help you. But when you're father does die please feel free to call United. And then we'll be able to take care of a man. Okay. So I ended up we're flying American, and it's the morning of the flight, and I show up at the hospital, and it's quite early in the morning and the hospital sort of empty and I arrive at my father's room. And he's all the beds all made in my father's all dressed up. But the thing is the way. My father's dressed. He's wearing a flannel shirt, and he's wearing these suspenders and this kind of baseball cap, and this does not suit my father. This does not illustrate my father personality. I mean, there's nothing to do with my father was a nightclub owner, and then he was a car salesman. And he does this is like generic grandpa wear and also my father is a Jew, and they don't wear those sorts of things benders and flannel shirts, and. It was very strange, and I was very uncomfortable with it. Because I thought that my father was sort of losing a sense of identity through this aging process and people were buying him clothes, and they didn't know who he was pulled off the cap, and I pulled up the suspenders, and we all my father out to the nursing station. And and I'm signing him out. Then they're giving me like medication dosage instructions, and and they're very kind, and then they started stuffing my carry on luggage with diapers. These adult diapers which is completely unprepared for but I didn't have time to ask any questions and we had a plane to catch. So I'm rolling my father out of the hospital. And and then I'm like, dad. Oh, by the way, do you know where we're going, and he says, yeah, we're going back east, and he sort of laughs diabolically like I'm springing from the penitentiary or something so okay? So we get to the airport, and you know, we're doing pretty well. And we arrive at the security checkout point, and I'm putting all of our carry on luggage on that conveyor belt to be extra X Rayed, and somehow in the course of negotiating. Of this. I've misplaced my father. And and then I look beyond the security point my father's already gone through. And he's out there in a wheelchair. And it's kind of it's like he's rolling it. And and they're checking me to see what I've got on me. And I'm trying to explain to them my father is rolling away. And and they don't care. And then there's nothing I can do in at that moment. I just I realize actually, you know. He is kind of helpless, and there is nothing that I can do. And but I'm going to do the best. I can. And so I kept up with him. And I get to the gate and we arrive at the gate and they're boarding the plane. And then there's that moment where you realize like, okay, a wheelchair is like this wide and like an airplane Iowa's like this wide. So how do people in wheelchairs get aboard airplanes? And I'll tell you they have this thing. It's quite it's this thing and they pulled out of nowhere. It's sort of like a wheelchair and like a gurney, and like a skateboard, and it's very low and narrow and they take my father off of the wheelchair and they put him onto this skate skateboard gurney thing, and they strap him on the Tilton back and they roll them into coach. And so there we are. Now, we're we're sitting in code and my father's cousin window seat. Which is lovely. And I've got you know, I'm sitting there in any way, the the is that were on the plane, and that we made it, and we actually we looked like people on a plane. And we're like passing and. We've peel back the entrees, and we're. Eating our fettuccini or Alfredo or whatever. And it's quite nice and suddenly my father's four goes down. And then he starts tugging at a seat belt. And I say dad why and he says bathroom, and so we're, you know at the point in the plane ride where the tray tables are down in that little service carte thing is in the aisle, and everybody's eating and taking up space and my father's to go to the bathroom. And I okay. So I manage to sort of wiggle I'm out from behind those little flappy, tray tables and get them out into the aisle. And and he's very unstable. And I'm not really sure how we're going to get from where we are to back there where the bathroom is. And and then I think, you know, I'll be like one of those aluminum walkers that you see the elderly with and I will become a human Walker, and I face my father towards me, and I hold him in his hands like this. And I just want to do this with his much like a private dignified moment as much I can. And we're. You know, we're walking backwards towards the bathroom, and it's going pretty well, actually, I mean, it's a little shaking. It's this kind of odd little thing. But nobody really seems to suspect anything, and you know, it seems to be okay. And then suddenly, my father sort of sticks in place, and he he stopped walking. And I looked down to discover that his pants around his ankles. And that he's standing in the middle of this airplane and his diapers. And then I realized oh my God those suspenders were actually necessary. They just offended my sensibility. And I felt really awful and responsible for humiliating my father, and I pull up his trousers, and I kind of bunch them up in a little wide, and I kind of continue backwards towards the bathroom and finally my back is up against the bathroom door. And we kind of turn them around. He's standing over the toilet and the doors wide open. And it seems you know, fine. And then. I'm not really sure what I need to do. Now. I'm dad, you know. Is there anything else I can do for you? And he says, yeah, you can shut the damn door and get outta here. So I shut the door. And we arrive at. Logan, airport horrible disgusting Logan airport, and it's winter, and it's disgusting and snowy and ice piles and wretched, and we get out to the curb and my brothers there in his little Camry..

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And it'd be nice to see her recognized for that. But yeah, like, I say all of those. I mean, they all have incredible stories. You lied to operate show. A completely unexperienced a kindergarten teacher, you know, he was discovered by quote own and who worked closely with him to create this character. And here she is up for best actress, it makes me wonder to whether she'll go onto act or go back to teaching kindergarten. You know, my guess is Dana Stevens, she sleeps movie critic and host of slates culture gabfest podcast, so best actor not really many surprises Christian bale from vice Bradley Cooper from a star is born Willem Dafoe. Matt attorneys gate Rami Malik from bohemian rhapsody and Vigo Mortenson from green book. Well, one little surprising there people would have really liked. I think to see Ethan Hawke for I formed which is maybe the performance of his career, and that movie got recognized only for its screenplay again that may be a case of it's it's a little too dark for Oscar voters, and it came out very early in the year. I thought woman to fo was amazing is and people have seen at eternity skate. I hope people now will go and see it. It's a it's a Vincent Van Gogh bio pic, and and it's a somewhat slight movie in a sense. But but we'll Defoe's devastatingly good in it and best director. And I think it surprises. Everyone you hear. This Spike Lee has never been nominated for best director before what do you think was different about this time around for him? Yeah. That is one of those strange Oscar facts, he did get a career award a few years ago. But in a way, it was a sort of compensation for the fact that he's been really under recognized that could also be that, you know, he's somebody who like Woody Allen is New York based has kind of held himself apart from the Hollywood community has has sort of verbally disparaged. The Oscars have been somewhat. Mocking about them. In interviews. Like, I think probably the academy does not love him for other reasons having nothing to do with his films. But it really is high time that his body of work was recognized and actually a slate writer Dan Quayle made a made a wonderful argument on the on the site yesterday for black klansman is best picture. He was looking at all the reasons that sort of historical reasons that the other movies can't win, and there's a certain sort of set of markers. Sometimes that point toward what the best picture award will be including what kind of critics awards it's gotten in what other things it's nominated for and black klansman checked off every one of those boxes, and he was saying what about it? What if that's the dark horse and either black plant clansman wins best picture or spike wins best director because of those certainly with a more interesting movies to come out in the air. Oh, yeah. I mean, there's nothing else. Like it. Love it or hate it. It's doing its own thing completely in best documentary. There was one glaring omission. I think everyone was surprised that won't you be my neighbor the documentary about mister Rogers wasn't nominated money. Yeah. I was gonna say, well, especially because the Oscars love movies that do really well and are critically acclaimed. And that movie was both. I think it was the most successful documentary of the year. And it may have been the most successful documentary. I'm going to get the record wrong. If I say it, but it smashed a lot of records in terms of documentary box office, and was widely beloved the only reason I can think it might have been left off is that Morgan Neville, the director has already won his Oscar for best documentary pretty recently with twenty feet from stardom. But it's still seems odd. Not to even have it have it there on the list and finally with something like Roma, which is just so visually arresting, and and has just sort of captured people's sort of a social element of it, and the creative element of it a film like that which is so different. How does the film like that usually fair during? Oscar season. I'm I'm curious. It's got the most nations. But I'm wondering if it's just one of those is it a is it a juggernaut is headed towards mall the awards, or is it one of those things that people realize I we should recognize this right, but not necessarily it's going to win. I don't know to tell a good candidate for juggernaut dumb. It's got the most right has got ten nominations. I believe in it's tied with I can't remember what movie with the favorite for ten. There's all I think there was one thing against it. Which is maybe it didn't get a best editing nomination or something like that. But. Sort of everyone's favorite like when I've been hearing people actually putting down their Oscar pools and making their bets they're talking about Roma. But like we say it's at the beginning of the process before all these crazy campaigns start to come out. And and there's some if contingent against Rome a possibly as well because it's done. So well, the 'overdogs right? Before I let you go any other any other category? You were interested in or something that you think our listeners might be interested in knowing. Oh, gosh. I don't know. I mean, I'm more interested in sending people to movies that maybe didn't make it onto this list. That would still be wonderful important support. Okay. Let me think of a few. I didn't come in with any right on my list. But okay. Well, you're never really hear the Lynne Ramsay film. With Joaquin Phoenix is really I think one of the best movies of the year and extraordinary performance from Joaquin Phoenix, and the kind of movie that doesn't get recognized. So so there's one right there. Well, let's go with movies directed by women since they got so little recognized in the in these nominations another was private life directed by tamra Jenkins, the first movie she's made in a very long time. No nominations in is really extraordinary. What else there's got to be destroy shirkers shirkers documentary by sandy tan that is again, not the kind of movie that usually gets nominated for an Oscar. Although there were some pretty obscure. Docs that made that list like HALE county this morning this evening. So if you can it's on Netflix. I believe streaming right now go see sandy tan shirkers. I won't tell you anything about it. Except that it's just it'll blow your mind. It's a great documentary. The trailer blew my mind. So can we invite you back after the show after the Oscar show? Would you come back and talk to? Oh, sure. I'd love to all right. Dana Stevens, we've booked their ladies forever. The Oscars show Dana Stevens, right through dot com. You can hear her on slates culture gabfest podcast. Thanks bye. Thank you. We come back documentary. Filmmaker Joe Berlinger will join us to talk about his new project for net. Flicks. A docu series about Ted Bundy don't go away. WNYC supporters include Gloria alive, a new play that celebrates the life of feminist activist.

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's clearly not going to happen because he didn't even get a best director nam is also quite rare for a movie to win best picture if it isn't nominated for best director. So that seems like a slowing down of momentum for that movie. Although Gaga and shallow could could still do. Great. Who knows? That was one surprising one. Also, I mean, it's great that Black Panther is in the is in the best pictures, both because it's the first superhero comic book movie to make it in there. Which is something that, you know, fans of popular movies have been waiting for for a long time that probably also signifies, thankfully, the death knell for this briefly floated idea of the best popular film categories, just total ghettoisation just nobody likes that lasted forty eight hours, and this I think will help it to sink further, but the but the sad part about that in the emissions. There is that Black Panther got recognized for no other above the line awards. In other words, tech tech awards and then best picture, but nothing for writing. Very celebrated director at this point. He's made three features and they've all been critical raves and pretty much box office smashes. Yeah. Read. Yeah. Exactly. So so that was a bit odd. So it's great to see Black Panther in there. But it doesn't necessarily feel like that movie's getting recognition across the board the way it deserves maybe because it just came out so early in the year that people aren't thinking about those performances, but I mean, Michael Jordan, he just seemed like a real shoe in for best. Supporting I'm interested in when to actresses from the same movie are competing in the same category. As is the case with the favorite with Rachel Weisz, and Emma stone, historically, does that split the vote or does sort of the narrative decide okay, this is Rachel visors year because Emma one for LaLa land. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, you're probably right that it would be more likely to go toward Rachel Emma in that case. But even the fact that they're in that category and Livia Coleman played the Queen and the favorite is in the best. Actress category speaks to this. You know this little Oscar subterfuge category fraud. Is this is an ensemble piece. They're all leads if anyone's the protagonist of that movie. It's Emma stone's character. She's the one who story we follow but Olympic common ax her face off. Oh, yeah. I mean, I would love to see Livia Coleman get that award. Although I've sort of coming onto glenside now because Glenn Glenn story is really convincing the best. Actress category is super strong. I mean, honestly any of those women richly deserved that award. Okay. I'm trying to get a best s porn Angela way down my list. So it's fine close who else? Glenn Close Olivia Colman. Let me see. I don't have it in front of me either right now just lost. It. Okay. Show Maga and Melissa McCarthy. Yeah. I was so excited to see Melissa McCarthy with with with Bill Murray was called Saint Vincent, Vincent. And she played a hospital worker was her first she was spectacular in that. She's a really good actress, and she can sort of quietly do anything, and that sort of thing about can you forgive me. Is it sort of quietly? Great movie, it doesn't it doesn't clamor. I'm a great directed movie. The way that maybe Rome over the favorite do it. It gets the storytelling job done in this in this beautiful way. And it'd be nice to see her recognized for that. But yeah, like, I say all of those. I mean, they all have incredible stories you lead to upper ratio. A completely unexperienced a kindergarten teacher, you know, he was discovered by quote own and who worked closely with him to create this character. And here she is up for best actress, it makes me wonder to whether she'll go onto act or go back to teaching kindergarten. You know, my guess is Dana Stephen she sleeps movie critic and host of slates culture gabfest podcast, so best actor not really many surprises Christian bale from vice Bradley Cooper from a star is born Willem Dafoe. Oh, turned east gate Rami Malik from bohemian rhapsody and Vigo Mortenson from green book. Well, one little surprising there people would have really liked to see Ethan Hawke for I formed which is maybe the performance of his career, and that movie got recognized only for its screenplay again that may be a case of it's a little too dark for Oscar voters, and it came out very early in the year. I thought Willman was amazing, and it is and people have seen at eternity skate. I hope people now will go and see it. It's a it's a Vincent Van Gogh bio-pic, and and it's a somewhat slight movie in a sense. But but Willem Dafoe devastatingly good in it and best director. And I think it surprises everyone you hear. This Spike Lee has never been nominated for best director before what do you think was different about this time around for him? Yeah. That is one of those strange Oscar facts, he did get a career award if you years ago, but in a way, it was a sort of compensation for the fact that he's been really under recognized that could also be that, you know, he's somebody who like Woody Allen is New York based has kind of held himself apart from the Hollywood community has has sort of verbally disparaged. The Oscars have been somewhat. Mocking about them. In interviews. I think probably the academy does not love him for other reasons having nothing to do with his films. But it really is high time that his body of work was recognized and actually a slate writer Dan Quayle made a made a wonderful argument on the site yesterday for black klansman is best picture. He was looking at all the reasons the sort of historical reasons that the other movies can't win, and there's a certain sort of set of markers. Sometimes that point toward what the best picture award will be including you know, what kind of critics awards it's gotten in what other things it's nominated for and black klansman checked off every one of those boxes, and he was saying what about it? What if that's the dark horse and either black Clint clansman wins best picture or spike wins? Best director, you know. Because of those certainly with the more interesting movies to come out in the air. Oh, yeah. I mean, there's nothing else. Like it. I love it or hate it. It's doing its own thing completely in best documentary. There was one glaring omission. I think everyone was surprised that won't you be my neighbor the documentary about mister Rogers wasn't nominated money. Yeah. Gonna say, well, especially because the Oscars love movies that do really well and are critically acclaimed. And that movie was both. I think it was the most successful documentary of the year. And it may have been the most successful documentary. I'm not going to get the record wrong. If I say it, but it smashed a lot of records in terms of documentary box office and was widely beloved the only reason I can pick. It might have been left off is that Morgan Neville, the director has won his Oscar for best documentary pretty recently with twenty feet from stardom. But it's still seems odd. Not to even have it have it there on the list and finally with something like Roma, which is just so visually arresting, and and has just sort of captured people's sort of a social element of it, and the creative element of it a film like that. Which is so different. How does that usually fair during Oscar season? I'm I'm curious. It's got the most nominations. But I'm wondering if it's just one of those is it a is it a juggernaut is it headed towards the awards, or is it one of those things that people realize I we should recognize this, right, but not necessarily it's going to win. I don't know. To tell. I mean, it's a good candidate for jug or not dumb. You know? It's got it's got the most right has got ten nominations. I believe in it's tied with I can't remember what movie with the favorite for ten. There's all I think there was one thing against it. Which is maybe it didn't get a best editing nomination or something like that. But. Yeah. Is sort of everyone's favorite like when I've been hearing people actually putting down there pools and making their bets they're talking about Roma. But like we say it's at the beginning of the process before all these crazy campaign start to come out, and and there's somewhat of a contingent against Roma possibly as well because it's done. So well is the 'overdogs right before? I let you go any other any other category? You were interested in or something that you think our listeners might be interested in knowing. Oh, gosh. I don't know. I mean, I'm more interested in sending people to movies that maybe didn't make it onto this list. That would still be wonderful important mobile. Okay. Let me think of a few. I didn't come in with any right on my list. But okay. Well, you're never really hear the Lynne Ramsay film. With Joaquin Phoenix is really I think one of the best movies of the year and extraordinary performance from Joaquin Phoenix, and the kind of movie that doesn't get recognized. So so there's one right there. Well, let's go with movies directed by women since they got so little recognized in the in these nominations another was private life directed by tamra Jenkins. The first movie she's made in a very long time. No nominations in is really extraordinary. What else there's got to be destroy shirkers shirkers documentary by sandy tan that is again, not the kind of movie that usually gets nominated for an Oscar. Although there were some pretty obscure docks that made that list like HALE county this morning this evening. So if you can it's on Netflix streaming right now, go see sandy tan shirkers, I won't tell you anything about it. Except that it's just.

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on KPCC

"I think maybe having elites up at Ezio in there too is a site of younger more diverse. You know, as best actress younger more diverse members, and you know, having publ public house-key in there as opposed to Bradley Cooper. I think the Cold War Cold War. I think there's a there's some definite signs that we have a different academy now. But even if we look more closely at say, the directing raise there's not a woman among the director nominees, and if you look at the actor actress supporting actor supporting actress race in every category, there is a person of color, but it doesn't feel like great strides are being made you talked about y'all Lita ratio from Roma Regina king from veal streak could talk was nominated. But the film itself was not for best picture. So where do you see the shortcomings from your perspective in the nominations about? How the academy still has some work to be done at recognizing a broader. Spectrum of filmmaking. Definitely there's some still work to be done. And you're right. It's almost could feel these are all worthy performances the one person of color in each category. But we certainly needed more Michael Jordan, for instance, and Black Panther John given Washington would have been worthy. So you know, there's some other folks in there too. And I think that Debra Granik for driving leave no trace should have been in there. Tamra Jenkins for private life should have also been in there. There's some definite omissions there. It's still a white male dominated. List of nominees is still white male dominated academy, and that's changing, but not fast enough quadriplegic is the president of the L A film critics association, you will hear very often as a film critic on air talk. Claudia great to see you. Thanks for coming in. Thank you for having me..

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Thompson, Eric Dagens. What is making you happy, man. I feel bad. 'cause you guys always say what's making you happy and always go. Well, this is exactly making me. You go for that cure. It's making me curious or in this case, it's making me angry, but it's really important. So there is this amazing documentary that is going to be on lifetime in three installments called surviving are Kelly. And if you haven't heard about it yet, you got to check it out dream Hampton, the cultural critic is sort of show runner of this. And they basically assembled a team and they went, and they talked to everyone that they could get to talk to them who was connected to the Rb singer R Kelly to investigate these claims that he has consistently for decades had sexual relations with underage women that he's control them to an extent that is almost cultish that he has developed this coterie of women that he's cut off from their families and their friends and made them totally dependent on him. It's amazing to me that we're in this world where people at bathing online about whether Louis C. K should come back or a discussion about the inward that happened on a HBO special back in two thousand and nine when we have a relatively successful Rb singer who has been credibly accused of sort of horrific sexual crimes against young girls and people seem to act like they have 'em Nisha about it. And so this documentaries in three parts at airs over three days, and it starts on January third. I would suggest everyone check it out and really get to know the story of our Kelly because the concern is that the reason why this isn't a bigger issue is because almost all of his victims have been alleged victims have been young black women and society doesn't care about those kinds of people as much as they care about other kinds of people, and so people turn a blind eye to it because they'd rather believe the Atkin believe Eck and fly version of our Kelly rather than this very dark abusive version that this documentary makes a case for as I said understand why happy is not exam. The word, but but a a meaningful. Yeah. I mean fallen important contribution. Thank you, Eric Dagens. What is making me happy this week? There is a film that went directly to net flicks. The seer well last year twenty eighteen called private life, and it stars Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti as a couple who are struggling with infertility was written and directed by tamra Jenkins who also made the savages and smother films, and you know, I don't always like infertility stories about people in their forties because it can seem kind of whacky in. They can make it seem kind of wacky. When they're talking about the, you know, the injections and the clinics and the doctors and those things, and I know enough people who've really kind of been in great pain over this issue that I don't always go for those things. That's not what this film is. It is it is funny in places for sure. But it's really about this. Couple and their relationship, and how it's affected by this struggle in their lives, it avoids a great many cliches that I have come to expect from stories like this and the performances from Kathryn Hahn and Paul giamati are really thoughtful and moving it's a less if you're used to kind of the more goofy version of Kathryn Hahn from sitcoms and things like that. This is a much more restrained performance from her the film is really smart. And I think, unfortunately, one thing that sometimes happens with Netflix films. They don't quite feel like movies for the purposes of movie critics so they sometimes don't quite make that coverage, and they don't quite feel like television for television critics, and they don't quite make that coverage. But this is a film it played at film festivals. It is a movie, but you can find it on Netflix. And I don't think it suffers at all. From the fact that it's presented at at home. It's nominated for three independent spirit awards and. I could not recommend it more again private life starring Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti. And that is what is making me happy this week..

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"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"tamra jenkins" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Guests for the babes for you. She gave me some products. There is a butter cream. It is luxurious. There's like chopstick there's a little face trapper for your kids a little stick that rolls on the or specially this time of year. When everything gets so dry, like just put a little like my daughter, especially on the cheeks gets Dr been putting a little bit on her, and it just smoothing luxurious lotions, and they're genuinely and I'm not throwing shade anywhere. But genuinely one hundred percents organic and natural. So this is big guys. It's such packaging be a bail. And it's affordable. I'll say so guys check out bay. Oh baby at bay. Oh, baby. It's really great job. Sarah Anderson, INA. Okay. Let's plug. Chelsea. Devante. As before we leave. She was a wonderful guest. Thank you. Just so funny. So awesome. Check out her Instagram. It's at Chelsea devante at L S D E V A N T easy. She is hilarious. She also writes on NBC sitcom, the abbey's which is coming out with Jessica traffic, Natalie Morales, Neil, Flynn, guys. What accounts what a cast what a guest so much? Also, I just wanna plug again. We're coming to New York. I'm so. Sighted. We'll be there at the end of the month, the twenty six January twenty six at the PlayStation theater in New York City. We have an eight o'clock and four o'clock show. I think the eight o'clock eight o'clock is already sold out the four o'clock. I think we still have a few more tickets laugh, Andrew Reynolds. And Greg Bennett, our special guests new movie, I wanna plug just literally not asked. This is just off the top of my head. I watched over the break is private lives. Have you seen it with Kathryn Hahn and Paul giamati tamra Jenkins movie? She did the savage she'd slums of Beverly Hills. I love those movies. It is about fertility struggle only been there. I literally was weeping in my room alone, like shaking weeping and also laughing it's so good watch. I don't mean to be a grandma, but they don't make movies. I love it. My dearest, Kathryn Hahn and Paul giamati are so good knit screen everything. Oh my God. She really is. It's on Netflix. It's so good. And I'm loving Sally field's book. You gave me. I heard read it cover to cover some good. I also read seduction. Green a lot. Me that as a birthday present. Oh, you know, I get all my old Hollywood fix. I. Okay. Why happy new year happy new year and congrats to Andy Cohen baby baby. Boy, he's gonna makes us want to be his little girl. Due to adopt us, Andy I wish it was just like me and him traipsing around New York. Even though I'm probably going on vacations. Oh, I'm a hundred. I call daddy in a second. No, he could just be up on like little outfits. I could go out with him and Diane bumper simply walk walk. I'm so happy for him. Can I've watched him give that announcement time cried? And did you look up? He he put out a clip where the camera is just on the house is when they find out. Oh, I gotta watch it truly, heartwarming. They were thrilled for him. I could tell that game made me really laugh or they were playing like, they would ding a bell. If something was true about them and Meany was ding and all. Wow.

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