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Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'
"Welcome back folks. I'm talking to James O'Keefe founder of project veritas, author of the new book American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. So James, I was just referring to this film mister Jones, which talks about Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist who sees in Soviet Russia in the Soviet Union in the early 30s. What Stalin is doing, which is evil with a capital E but the other journalists, most notably Walter duranty of The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize that's never been rescinded for effectively giving cover to Stalin's genocidal murderous regime. But I thought it's so incredible because what the story of the film shows is how one of these reporters, one of these journalists, Vanessa Kirby's character, initially she's basically said, I believe in this communist utopia. And I'm willing to look the other way for the greater good. She eventually changes. But it struck me that that's where Mary very many American journalists are today. They hate Trump so much or they hate something so much that they're willing to overlook the facts, the story. I mean, the most dramatic example for me was the Hunter Biden laptop. When that story got buried by everybody I thought I just feel like my country is dead. You don't have a country if you don't tell those stories. Well, that's true. And in this book, I write about this idea of in journalism. There's always been a tension between access and autonomy. So what I drew from the movie about Jones movie was a study of the potemkin village, so the guy had access to the Soviet Union, and he was being told these things. And these days, journalists, if not narrative Eric, they tend to relay what they're told by the powerful. They just relay it to you. Okay, here's what The Pentagon says. Here's what Putin is saying. Here's what this guy is saying. Well, that's not really journalism. That's more like public relations. So of course, I can't go to these fraudsters. Hi, I'm James O'Keefe. Tell me all the fraud you're committing. They'll never tell me the truth. So investigative journalism is what you really want. You want, okay, you're told X okay, I'm going to go try to disprove X by finding out why. That's not happening anymore. And the reason is not just politics and narrative, yes, that's some of it. It's also economics. It's expensive and it's difficult to challenge the company line or to challenge the government line. And you burn your access to the government. Right. The Biden administration will punish these
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer
"Like sweat and making sure fast with distrubing only where the actual batman suit. I mean it is fully wild so he gets detained but then makes it on the plane. Because he's like people like me. And i was like i've been detained. People like me and it took three hours. I went to canada. And they're like. Why are you here and i was like to do improv. And they're like. Do you have a visa and i was like. Nobody gets paid to do improv. And they're like detained which honestly is right. That's what should they do get international travel for just be thankful thankful. That's the first time anyone's ever asked a follow up question about improv. People are gun silently in their mouth. Like i'm sorry. I'm not saying you have to do improv. Watch it i'll go. i'll i'll leave. I don't wanna be here knowing that you're doing improv. Which is this where they get on the plane and they has you wanna fuck my sister. Talk my god when that man said she can climb this brown mountain. I was like. I mean when you say brown mountain. That's like shit. All this is so insane. It's such an obnoxious behavior. And i'm manaka's wild person. Who's it very attracted. Vanessa kirby and i would like she's asleep. Don't awesome sleepy. she could probably hear you either of. You should be talking about this bullshit. I loved all of the extras in the background. Fading in and out of sleep kind of leaning towards the camera he ucla and my in it and my in it. Can you imagine also being the person sitting next to the rock in coach..
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Because i've said it quite a few interviews now but it does. Put me off an actress when i look at her. And you can just see things on movie annette annette trying to portray you know. So cold regula women women. You wouldn't have access to that kind of treat and wouldn't have the money to do this kind of procedures It's not banging on a tour if he can't do this woman's hour can you do. I've got i've got to ask. How are you preparing for for life as margaret your gang into the crown. And we've had vanessa kirby on very recently. And i'm very intrigued. How does one prepare to be princess. Margaret well no. I've known as playing the role for two years so a read the books and that's kind of really all you can do watch any particular time. I went right up to the beginning of her life and looked own. And then you start to listen to her in the more recent his field has been. I'll be playing And obviously watch vanessa. I'm helen down such brilliant interpretations offer because ultimately on taking over from ben. And so i. I was going to say. Are we gonna choose to preparing for the queen. Yeah she talks about marching around her garden. Trying to get it right. I mean if you i know. We've been in lockdown but prior to that. Because you have known for awhile. Did you insist you had to go to mystique and have a cigarette holder. Champagne on tap. I didn't actually being to mystique a very long time ago and I i missed meeting princess margaret. I one nine to come home because low stories go. I have missed isis. And i had to fly her. A and i was invited where i was saying to be a house. Guest of princess margaret's n- apparently that night she was playing the drums. Oh i mean i mean really is a is a thief of a happy life anywhere. No suffered it myself but to miss out on playing ops. Thanks biscuit leslie but what a great story so thank you so much. That is on maria on channel. Four this evening at nine o'clock lovely to talk to you. Thank you for your company today. We'll be back tomorrow at ten. That's all for today's women's are thank you so much for your time. Join.
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Yeah idiot. Savant of tony. Let's let's set everything. Aside for a moment appreciates that tajik roman hated that. This is a side story. I know this should have been the main storage in roman go to germany. They see sean boswell. Shad moss aka a little bow aka. Bow aka twinkie. And jeremy tobin earl slash bella. Tomorrow guy yeah in credit no movie except fast. Four than five. Had such a strong connection to tokyo drift. Incredible sean boswell came back. He's a thin normal man now. Within the even to southern accent back the worse the accidents gotten worse has hairline has receded further. He's no longer. I'd school student. Thank god yes but we have to eat a little crow. Oh i vaguely recall used to have a segment on each of these that we would ask. You wanna see. Come back. And i think i raise the question. Does little bowel ever come back. Oh i believe my response to that was now and i agreed with you. I'm like there's no way he comes back. 'cause we saw sean boswell comeback in seven for the brief scene he had talking the Diesel about jason's nathan. I hardly remember that. So we jason stadium them killed on downplays. The tokyo two calera like the car and old the the necklace to yes it was. This was a flashback. This was not present. Day was present day at that point. Yes sean will had played a high school student at thirty five and then ten years later he played that same high forty fires. It was present day. But i mean it was still man. Yeah i guess at this point. We're just a couple years removed from tokyo drift nuts. that were passed. Viagra's no i mean at at this point in the series. We're just a few years out from a few years have passed since the events of token right right. Yeah right because the flip phones of course So anyway when that happened at seven. There's no way little bow. Well or sorry mythologies to mr bell. Sean moss shad moss. Apologies to mr shad moss. We we wrote you off. Thought you weren't coming back for the movie at all. And then here's the egg on our face you came back. You're still hanging with your boy. If there are people. I would assume the people i least assume. What comeback Vanessa kirby and has it ever been fashion. You wanna fuck an oscar de she ever come back on oscar but the other two that i would assume would never come back for different. Reasons is shatter shod moss right because he has a career outside of this right but i also would assume that Jaromir jeffrey toba. His name is the guy who plays earl. I can't imagine it come back. Not because i think that he has better things going on necessarily but i think that people have just kind of forgotten the character. I don't think you can put the care. I would not have assumed you could put the character of these movies. And have the out earl. Honestly i this is a come to jesus moment.
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Disipline necessary to me. But as much as i do like harvey. Shaw just like Seven there had the perfect envy had the perfect reasons and accuracy. The most unnecessary wants me. I agree no same here. And then the only highlight that i wanted to add about this film is that it's the first being being cuban. It's the first major. Hollywood blockbuster shot in cuba since the nineteen fifties. So that was cool. You're a school. Yeah no you like to see. I thought it was stupid but at least a shot in cuba so them can't a beautiful on a gorgeous saw. Been there a few times and then we get to hobson. Shaw which i absolutely love. I think hobson shaw. Is it up there for me to be completely as well. It is extremely entertaining in knows what it is. It doesn't end in knows what it is and not ridiculous way as we're going to get into. What if nine. It's not a parody of itself. It's just knows what it is and it's having a fucking great time with the rock and jason statham together a fantastic day. I've just incredible chemistry together. Sequel and honestly. I don't know if you guys look agree do vanessa. Kirby is fantastic in this. I think she's complained on at us. She is so mad as in this and idris elba. I mean i. I just love everything. He does either solve a can't ever do liceu. Black superman baby This actually does include one of the most ridiculous scenes. I've ever seen in a movie and it still fucking wonderful. And that's the rock helicopter with his fucking bare hands like come on it's wonderful. It's glorious cliff them like a real life that that's again that trump would have fell down the cliff. Yeah no it's true. The only thing. I seeing i'm a big wrestling fan of This elliott's i'm super huge on on wrestling and see what roman reigns today. I wish it would have given him more dialogue in the movie because out. She barely talks but But overall yeah i. I am a huge fan of hobson shot elliot. What about you yemen. Like i mentioned earlier. This is my first Fast anything to see in theaters for the first time and it was worth it because it was as you mentioned knows exactly what it is. It has the the buddy cop back and forth banter between. Hobbs show which is perfectly throwback to the nineties eighties. It has like you mentioned. Vanessa kirby a super bass by shake has helen mirren in the family drama with that you know and as you guys have mentioned idris elba can do. Ronnie the black superman as a loses name Braxton or something of that nature right yeah the cyber ever robot villain and i'm still..
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Thomas vanderberg for another round twenty eight hundred emerald fennel for promising young woman. A very underrated movie. I knew that plus eighteen hundred lee isaac for minority a plus seven hundred david fincher for manque a plus one thousand and corey zhao for nomad land at minus. Twenty five hundred. Just the fact that nomad land is so beloved. it's one a ton of wars. I think he's got this hands down. I don't disagree with that. I think she's got all the right things. That are gonna make our winter here this this time around best actress. We're going to go ahead. And vanessa kirby piece of woman plus sixteen hundred andhra day. The united states versus billie holiday very underrated performance. People gotta check that out plus five fifty. She was very good at films. Frances mcdormand and noman land plus three fifty viola davis marines black bottom. She was also very good in an excellent film. Plus fifty and carey mulligan promising young women at plus one thirty. This one is a tight race. There are four kennedy that right there with each other. I'm going to lean towards carey mulligan. Her performance was so captivating you talked.
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Something that should have been nominated. Yeah is delroy. Lindo considered would be supporting. Because i know he. He he got snubbed or is he. I think most people are putting them in lead lead. Okay so i would say maybe chadwick boseman for defy bloods because he was shorting actor and so I know he's nominated in the lead Lead acting category. But if there was a time for him you know to be in two categories. He'd definitely deserved that one. So but that was a tough category to be honest. I'm i'm sort of not mad about who got nominated. yeah. I'm glad you said that because i could not pick between four things that i thought it should be nominated so many. I had on my list but chadwick boseman also i didn't have but now that you mention it i think was absolutely fantastic in the five bloods and it's hard to pick between those two performances. Which ones nominated before. So absolutely i'm gonna go with an. I'll mention the other three that i was considering. But i'm going to go with ben mendelsohn for baby teeth Which is a under seen movie. I wish more people saw this movie. And maybe that's why it wasn't nominated at the same time That is part of the reason to nominate. Movies is to get more people to see them. along along the same lines though micheal martin from bloody nose empty pockets which is a very unique interesting different kind movie and absolutely worth getting in front of more people Also brian dennehy in his final performance and driveways which is a excellent little drama with a great performance from him and then the last one not as small of film but if if the point of a best supporting actor award is for a performance that stood out and really kind of became something that everybody paid attention to the film for Robert pattinson the devil all the time which is not the best movie but that performance i think is going to be one of the things. We remember twenty twenty. Yeah yeah that makes sense. So let's move on to best actress in a leading role. We've got viola. Davis for ma rainey's black bottom andrew day for the united states billie holiday vanessa kirby for pieces of a woman. Frances mcdormand nomad land and carey mulligan and promising young woman. What do you think should win. And what will win. I really want should win. Vanessa kirby carey mulligan I mean i think she's probably going to be my whirlwind but or possibly for m kind of torn because france is obviously is one think she went twice. Yeah so that could also be like she. Her performances is amazing in in nomad land. But i just feel a. I don't know vanessa kirby in pieces of a woman like that performance. Talk about making a movie you know. And i think that's the only nomination for that movie. And she's since i've watched her in the crown Like i've always remember watching her. That i like the first scene. She had as Princess margaret. And i were being so captivated by her and like oh my like. She's so good. And i glad that she's getting these roles in like People are acknowledging her and so. I'm very happy that she you know. Given the performance. She did in the movie like i hope she should win. But i feel like it might be carey mulligan because it's one of those things again like she's got a nominated before and hasn't won it could be The time for her. So it's becoming an amy adams situation right right so if if there's a time for her to get it. I think it would be with this movie so she will win. In my opinion. I think vanessa kirby is great pieces of a woman. I just don't like the film that much. I think after that truly amazing opening i think. The phone kind of falters. So that was my main issue with that. But i do think she is She is great in it I think should win is frances mcdormand for nomad lands. I think that she just creates a character. That is its own thing but also fits in so well with all of the real people in the movie. And i just think it's just an amazing performance. And she is just she's the best you know. She's so damn good in everything Will win though. I think it's going to be carey mulligan. also. I think it's her year for this. I think if promising limit doesn't take home anything else. I think it's that yeah. I guess the only the only reason i don't wanna give it to. Francis is because if i felt like i could since she is francis mcdermott. And you know who she is. It's like i felt like. I was watching france's interact with the people if that makes sense like documentary type thing and so it took me out a little bit of it. Not not anything she did but like. It's so good. But i don't know i feel like i was not transport you know like i couldn't just because i know who she is. It's sort of like kind of went against her in my book but obviously very good but yeah so who do you think should have been nominated in this category again. I'm really. I'm like all these all these people that i love her from like Period pieces but i wish rosamund pike would have been nominated for. I care a lot Yeah so i. I loved her performance in. I mean she did win. The golden globe Although the going globe is not the best indicator of who will win for the academy awards But that would have been like my fun nominate nomination in in my book because she deserves to and i know she's got in. I think she's got nominated for. I don't know if it's for pride and prejudice. Or maybe i'm making that up but she should Or gone girl. Maybe but i think she was nominated for ganga. I wanna see she was i. I don't do so much research for the show do i but But yeah scores pundit. I people should just be happy. I'm doing an oscars episode. How about that I i will go with should be nominated. I've got a tie here. I could not choose between the two of them. That is in dire for malcolm marie. Which of course i've mentioned earlier. I'm not sure exactly where falls. But i'm pretty sure it would be for this year's oscars and jessie buckley and i'm thinking of ending things which as we've as we've mentioned that movie just completely ignored here but she is absolutely fantastic. And you know like we've talked about as you're re watching the movie and realizing just what charlie calvin is doing with these characters The way that she is playing that character that you know may or may not be what it seems and there's just so many layers to it and she just pulls it off just flawlessly. She's awesome yeah. I think i'm snapping at myself. Because i remember watching that movie and thinking like both jesse should get nominated. And so yeah. You're i completely agree with that when she was overlooked In award season. And i feel like that could also be just because it was like that mid It was a consumer right that he came out and i feel like pandemic times just made it feel like leading up to the ostrich especially since it's like now in april it was just too much of a lag time maybe to build up the hype and continue it and so yeah i think that's a major snobby. Ira well. Let's move on best actor in a leading role we've got rid amid for sound of metal chadwick boseman from our enemies. Black bottom anthony hopkins for the father. gary oldman for manque and stephen for monari. What do you think should win. What.
2021 Oscar nominations spotlight "Mank," Chadwick Boseman
"News Oscar nominees Air Out the 2021 Academy Award nominees are announced for best picture. The Father, Judas and the Black Messiah. Manc Minori Nomad Land, promising Young Woman Sound of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven Manc lead with 10 total nominations. The late actor Chadwick Boseman being recognized with the best actor nomination for his work in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Other nominees in that category include Riz Ahmed, Anthony Hopkins, Gary Oldman and Steven Young. Best actress. Nominees include Viola Davis, Andra Day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. The 2021 Academy Awards Air Sunday, April
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of nominees
"Let's start off with the major categories. First of all, for best picture. For the Golden Globes. They break it down. Best picture drama and best picture, music or comedy. So let's start off with best picture drama in which the nominees are Nomad Land. This is the amazing movie with Frances McDormand. Who, you know, play. Somebody who's her life is sort of falling apart and she gets in a van and hits the road and lives in RV camps and recreational areas taking on you know little seasonal jobs along the way. It zest a very sweet and very thoughtful, touching movie. I think this is going to be the big winner for tonight. You know People love Frances McDormand. I think that this is gonna have a lot of Lot of success at the Golden Globes tonight. It will be up against the trial of the Chicago Seven, which, if Nomad land doesn't win trial of the Chicago Seven is going to win. This is the Aaron Sorkin. The written and directed production about the famous Chicago seven trial that took place in Chicago 50 years ago. The Carrie Mulligan movie promising young woman Is a revenge thriller, also an outstanding films nominated for tonight and also the Anthony Hopkins movie called The Father. Those air. Your nominees were best Drama for performances in the dramatic category. For actresses. The nominees are Violet Davis on Drew a day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. For best actors in the drama. The nominees are Riz Um, Ed Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Hopkins. I think the winners are going to be Frances McDormand and I just I don't know how Chadwick Boseman Doesn't win. He's amazing in the movie Ma Rainey's black bottom. But you know the fact that he passed away the young age and nobody knew that he was fighting cancer. I think that probably is going toe play into the Planted the decision making also for best movie, musical or comedy. The nominees are Boer at subsequent movie film Hamilton. When they put together a television version of Hamilton in the put it on Disney. Plus, this got nominated. The motion picture called Music was nominated, as was the comedy with Andy Sandberg, Palm Springs. And the Ryan Murphy directed production. The prom. Which has Meryl Streep and has just AH, whole variety of very talented actors. That's also nominated for best picture as well. I kind of have a feeling that Borat is going to want to ping the winner tonight in the musical or comedy category. For best actress in a motion picture Maria Buckler Cova, who is placed Borat's daughter in Borat. Subsequent movie film Kate Hudson from music. And, uh, Anya Taylor, Joy dominated for the movie called Emma for best performance by an actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy. Sasha Baron Cohen is nominated James Corden from the prom Lin Manuel Miranda from Hamilton Dev Patel for the personal history of David Copperfield and Andy Sandberg. For Palm Springs again. I think it's going to be a kind of in a reverend pick, but I think Sasha Baron Cohen could wind up being the winner. Now. The Golden Globes also give out
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on KCRW
"Think pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in the story of a woman learning to live alongside her deeply personal lost awards eligible. My man. Let's morning becomes eclectic, continues after news headlines from NPR and like a stable checking with Madeline Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying the Republican Party's attempts to unite in Congress in a post trump era are getting more complicated. Marjorie Taylor Greene complicated Congresswoman has repeatedly come under fire for her past support of Cuban on conspiracy theories. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats are fuming that the House is Republican leaders have done little about it. Especially in light of this month's Trump field attack on the U. S. Capital. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports, Democrats now plan to introduce a resolution to expel Green from Congress. Her. Critics say the first term congresswoman from Georgia's supports calls on social media for political violence and advocates, extremism and sedition. Speaker. Pelosi is also sharply condemning House Republicans for assigning Marjorie Taylor Greene to an education committee. Despite her past claims that the school shootings in Connecticut and Florida were staged. She has mocked the killing of little Children at Sandy Hook Elementary School. She has moth the killing. Teenagers at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. What could they be thinking for what they might be doing? House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has said he plans to have a conversation with Green. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Ah, more contagious coronavirus very in first detected in South Africa is now in South Carolina, two cases, the first in the United States. President Biden is lifting a trump era ban on foreign aid funding related to abortions. NPR's Nurit Eisenman reports on two new executive actions today. The band had prohibited US foreign aid funding for privately run overseas based groups that quote, perform or actively promote abortion as a method of family planning for women. Activities that were barred included providing referrals for abortion or offering advice or medical information on the procedure. The band was first imposed in 1984 by then President Ronald Reagan. Each incoming Democratic presidents since has lifted it each incoming Republican president who followed a Democrat re enacted it. But Trump's version was far more sweeping, applying not just a programs that offer family planning, but to the vast majority of global health programs, including clinics to treat HIV AIDS, malaria and malnutrition. Read. Eisenman NPR news. Economic misery caused by the Corona virus Pandemic comes into sharper focus today in the new gross domestic product report for all of 2020 the U. S economy shrank 3.5% worst performance since World War two In the final months of 2020 the fourth quarter the economy had grown just under 1%. Since last year, Congress has approved trillions of dollars on pandemic related assistance. President Biden is urging Congress to do it again. He's asking for 1.9 trillion in relief. The Dow is up.
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on KCRW
"Almost got me singing along with that when Greenville from Lucinda Williams from her album, car wheels on a gravel road from gosh sometime ago, Remember how long ago that album was, but one of my favorites from her and Lucinda Williams birthday. Happy Birthday. Lucinda Williams. If you're having a beautiful day, James Blake covering Frank Ocean's Godspeed Song on which he actually co produced and arranged with Frank Ocean on the original version on then Frank Ocean with Kai Endo from a single that came out last year. Two years ago. Something like that, and Jackie Vincent, I just discovered this album on Friday. They came out in 2019, but I think you should all know about it. She's from Austin, Texas, and album is titled Joy. That piece was called back to Earth and night, Herren started to soften new song called Too Hot to Hold a night here in a members of Alabama and Radiation City. And that gets us up to speed right now on KCRW morning becomes eclectic. Coming up black film. It's team up with hypnotic breasts ensemble on their song colors. That's next on KCRW. Case here, it'll be you. Sponsors include Netflix, presenting pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in the story of a woman learning to live alongside her deeply personal loss awards eligible today on press play the Netflix series Bridger 10 is a fantasy of racial mixing and sexual exploration. But the fantasy doesn't go that far. And the stocks is basically wham bam! Thank you, ma'am, and the woman's like this was delicious and just watching. It was like, Wow, that just looks uncomfortable and team All I meddle in brand the sexual and racial politics of bridge region today at noon and seven on press play on KCRW. Mm hmm. Then I won't want to. Booth is like way this bad. She leaves back down to the ground ground ground ground till I'm clean..
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is weekend edition from NPR News and Lulu Garcia. Navarro, Martha and Shawn are a young couple getting ready to welcome their first baby into the world. But when a substitute midwife shows up for their home delivery, the birth turns into an unspeakable tragedy. You need to take her. She's blue. Yes. Come on, baby. My baby pieces of a woman is the new Netflix film following the loss of a child, including a legal battle and a broken mother daughter relationship, fumbling as they try to process their grief. Vanessa Kirby plays Martha and on bursting planes her mother, Elizabeth, and they both joined us now welcome to the program. Thank you. Hi, Lily. Um, Vanessa, I'm going to start with you, Um, the home birth scene. It's about 20. Minutes long. It's all filmed in one shot. It shows your character enduring contraction after contraction before you're even fully aware that something is about to go wrong. It is Excruciating to watch. Tell me how you prepared for that. Yeah, I am. It was a bit of a scary one. Just because I have never given birth before myself And you know, I thought If I get a second of this wrong, then the audience will be pulled out. The film on it will feel like a movie version of a birth and So I started watching a Z. Many documents like Heard and again. It felt so edited. It gave me no proper idea of how to do a 30 minute. I'm breaking scene of labor, with all its Physicality and beauty and horror and, you know, all of it is entirety. And then I started writing two obstetricians and one of them allowed me to come and shadow her on the labor ward in north London. And I spent many days with them and one miracle afternoon. A woman came on the ward, and she agreed to let me be there in the room with her while she gave birth to her baby, and it was just not only totally transformed her for me as a person, but There's no way I could have acted it. Had I not had that gift from her. Really? Um And then, of course, this tragedy happens in the film of the baby guys. The medical reasons run clear. Ellen. How does your character step in to try to rectify the situation that ultimately cannot be fixed? Explained who your characters and why that mother daughter relationship is so key. Well, I'm time of his mother. And you know, I feel like I know what it's like for a person to suffer tragedy and what grief is like She's not crying. She's not talking about it. She doesn't grieve the way I would expect her to sew that creates a Barrier. Between us. That we have to work through, and we actually do. By the end of the film, we have gone through an incredible experience together and Are experiencing a new Love board. Something love. Perhaps in our relationship connection, maybe connection to good word. Yes. Um, the thing that struck me watching this is I think we're seeing more stories now that about women. And about these essential experiences that haven't been given. Full sort of cinematic treatment before and I'm wondering, you know, when you read the script? What? What resonated for you? I think that Z Really important statement. You just said in a way and on something I'm really passionate about, actually. And from sort of paid three when I started to read the birth and then you know, page 30. It was still going on. I I knew that it was something special because it suddenly struck me and I I was ashamed to admit I hadn't even really realized that birth is so Infrequently depicted on screen and then he said, then he sort of asked Why Andre this is written by a woman, a woman who has her own experience of losing a baby. And both the birth and her loss of a child comes very much from her own experience, and that's very female experience. And I'm so now really acutely attuned to the many, many colors of female experience that we haven't seen represented on screen and it feels it feels exciting and really important. Ellen. The story was inspired by the real life arrest of Hungarian doctor and midwife who advocated for home births, which are frowned upon their the writer Kata Weber and her husband, the director, Cornell Montreux, So also lost a child. How did these things come into play in the film and in the directing, do you think I think it inspired the film. Carter had made some notes in a notebook and Cornell read it and encouraged her to You know right further and that became a play that they did in Poland, and then Cornell really wanted to make a film of it so I think it's a It's a transformation of a real experience into a lovely piece of art. During the interview, I asked about costar Shyla buff in the film, his character becomes angry and abusive. Toward his wife. I found it difficult to watch because of the recent allegations of abuse against above. In his real life relationships, Alan Bernstein stepped in to answer Oh, You know if anybody's seen his film Honey boy replaces Father and another. Young actor plays him as a child. You can see his damage. And he's working on himself. It's his journey. I don't want to comment on it. A Zafar a supporting the women who who come out until their story now absolutely 100%. But, you.
"vanessa kirby" Discussed on KCRW
"Netflix, presenting pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in the story of a woman learning to live alongside her deeply personal loss now playing on Netflix. Life from NPR NEWS. I'm Laxmi saying House Democrats are moving ahead with an effort to have President Trump removed from office before President elect Joe Biden is sworn in a week from tomorrow. NPR's Windsor. Johnson says the House may vote to impeach Trump over last week's deadly assault on the U. S Capitol building by Trump supporters. The House will vote on a measure today that would give Vice President Mike Pence 24 hours to decide whether to invoke the 25th amendment removing President Trump from office. If he refuses. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says lawmakers will then vote on one article of impeachment against the president. It charges Trump with inciting an insurrection. If it passes, Trump would become the on Lee U. S president in history to be impeached twice MPR's Windsor Johnston. Public will have no access to the grounds of the U. S. Capitol during Biden's inauguration. The heightened security was announced by the acting chief of the Capitol police law enforcement across the country are also bracing for potential protests and riots in the coming days. Critics. Even some loyalists want a full throated apology from Trump for his incendiary remarks. He's not given it Instead, he told reporters today that the impeachment is causing tremendous anger in his words that he said he wants no violence. Those remarks Trump left for a trip to the border wall in Alamo, Texas. The Dow is up slightly. You're listening to NPR news from KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser with this local news Update. California's newly appointed U. S. Senator Alex Padilla will not be sworn in until next week. But he's watching closely is Democrats on Capitol Hill Move ahead with an ultimatum for Vice President Mike Pence. They want pens to invoke the 25th amendment against President Donald Trump. Or, they say the House will move to try to impeach Trump over last week's right at the U. S Capitol, which they accused Trump of inciting Bigger. Pelosi has been firm and absolutely clear, either. Mike Pence has the courage to invoke the 25th amendment on the Cabinet follows to do or short of that Congress needs to act by way of impeachment every day. That Trump remains in office. He's a clear and present danger to the nation and to our security. The deal will be taking the seat of mice President elect Kamila Harris and will be sworn in after she takes the oath of office. He'll become the first Latino to represent California in the U. S. Senate. Disneyland has been pretty much shut down since March due to the Corona virus pandemic. But starting this week, the theme park in Anaheim will become a co vid vaccination site. Disneyland is one of five major vaccination sites set up in Orange County. The other sites have not been finalized. This comes on the heels of Governor Gavin Newsom's announcement that Dodger Stadium and two other sports venues around the state will temporarily become large scale vaccination sites as well. Echo Park in San Diego and Sacramento's Cal Expo, Newsome says these new inoculation hubs will help ramp up California's lagging vaccination program. We recognize that the current strategy is not going to get us to where we need to go is quickly as we all need to go, and so that's why we're speeding up the administration, not just priority groups. But also now opening up large sites to do so. Vaccination sites aren't open to the public. Yet right now, only health care workers and other frontline employees large and by and large will be eligible to get shots there. However, some teachers have started rolling up their sleeves to get a coded 19 vaccine. Educators and other staff and Mariposa County were among the first of California school employees to be vaccinated yesterday. On Lee. Half of the role county school staff about 150 people have signed up to get the shots. So far, all 15 area schools in the Sierra Nevada foothills have been providing in person instructions since October..
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"Will see new defense drones at work back. Some blacks mean look, you guys many years a lot of times. The doctor who Show has done a Christmas special, and they've been doing Christmas specials pretty much ever since they rebooted the Syriza. It was like the Christmas invasion and they had one was Santa Claus. Several years later, they didn't do it a Christmas this year and then didn't have a Christmas theme, the last several ones that they've done for Christmas as the specials have had a theme, like they said they had You know, they had Santa Claus show up in one so so they will often times have some sort of connection to the holiday because they didn't have a connection to the holiday. I think they did. Just a new year's one on they often will do that when they don't have a season where British TV is a little weird. Where they'll do a season. And then though maybe wait a year or two or three or five and then do another season. Well, doctor, who they did. The last season was last year. On Then they have the Christmas or holiday special and that sort of bridges the gap until you have the new season that comes up. So this is the holiday special for this year. It's got its roots in previous episodes with Jodie Whittaker is the doctor in one of them. You had Christopher North, who, Of course, most people knows Mr Big from the Sex and the City series, a real estate guy and he's up. He's a billionaire, and he's From America, and he was meddling in something that was causing problems in the previous episode. Plus, then they have another previous episode where they bring back the Daleks because the Daleks never die. And if you don't know what the Daleks are those a little salt shaker looking robots. Well, they're cyborgs because they have inside of him a little squiggly, deadly thing that is kind of a helpless Creature, but they make him sometimes a little bit for more formidable. So if you've watched the previous seasons of the Jodi Whitaker Doctor series, then you've got the background, so some of the characters refer to themselves and you're supposed to know who they are, especially the Mr Big Character. But overall, this one is about Somebody in the UK developing essentially these these police drones based on the Daleks design, but of course, because they're Daleks and They never go away. Something goes wrong. And then they, of course, become murdering psychopathic robots. And and that's of course, would you have happened? And, of course, you've got to have that the doctor and her companions help Stop everything. You know what works. It's It's a nice one off Syriza. That's one of things I like about the Christmas episodes is They aren't trying to do a character arc. Necessarily. They're just telling Ah, good, old fashioned doctor whose story on did you know ladies? In the last episode of the last season, she was put it in her cellar jail. But this shows how she gets out of places need to see Jack Harkness again. If you don't know who that is. He's a guy who's showed up all the way back. I think in the first year that They rebooted doctor who in 2005, and he's an immortal character he keeps showing up throughout. He was also critical to Torchwood. And so that's brought up a lot of questions of whether the BBC is going to bring back Torchwood or a version of Torch Wood. You see if it worked, And now now Torchwood goes all the way back to the mid two thousand's where I It's a little bit clunky. Things have gotten a little more sophisticated sense. Torchwood came out, so I'll be curious to see if they do it. And even this doctor who episode the science fiction and the special effects and the look of the show. Is certainly much much better than even some of the stuff. We saw the first couple seasons of the reboot. So I got to say I enjoyed doctor who? The revolution of the Daleks. You can find it online. It aired on New Year's Day on BBC America, but you can find it on a whole bunch of platforms. You can rent it on, like voodoo or Amazon. But I think if you've got BBC America, you can get it through that. You sometimes after the cable subscription If you got a M C plus through something like the Roco channel that will work for you as well. So I'm gonna have to say, Doctor who? The revolution of the Daleks. Totally rocks. Rocks. Absolutely. You're listening to bad guys at the movies with Kevin Car. Let's talk about the next film, which is pieces of a woman. Vanessa Kirby and Child above stars, a young married couple who lose their baby during a home birth. My daughter came into this world for the time that she did, and I can't bring her back 67% of these cases we really find a.
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"Thistle cut called arrowroot. This was always a mystery. Where this Sam Bull came from and it all kind of unfolded on reddit on YouTube. People are looking for clues, It turned out it was some interstitial during some B E T Jazz show back in the early two thousands and the host of that show had to dig through his VHS tapes to confirm it. So doom always digging deep and Places you wouldn't expect to find samples for his beats rhymes like dimes ahead of this from the Operation Doomsday album. My personal favorite record of his search from I hear voices from a 12 inch that came out right after Operation Doomsday. Back in the early two thousands Doom. Starks was in the set that is a project from Ghostface Killah and MF Doom. They always teased. A joint collaboration, full length album for years and years. Every now and then we get a little little something, but a full project never came to fruition. That was victory laps. The mad Villains remix that you heard Ho cakes off the mm Food album was heard from vast air when half the group Cannibal Ox One of my favorite doom beats of all time on the super friends. That was a doomed production also featuring doom on the vocals, way kicked off the doom. Our with gas draws also off of Operation Doomsday. So we're playing all doomed the rest of the hour, including a brand new track that just came out a couple weeks ago featuring doomed by bad, bad Not good that you probably haven't heard yet. We're gonna lead things off of the cut from the Victor von album raid on one of my all time favorites. Stay tuned. It's KCRW KCRW. Sponsors include Netflix, presenting pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in the story of a woman learning to live alongside her deeply personal loss. Now playing on Netflix. Hi. I'm Rachel Martin from NPR. Thank you to everyone who became a new member in 2020. This station relies on donations from listeners just like you were honored and grateful to have your support. Your support keeps kcrw strong. Thank you tomorrow on press play. What if the world were run by women? Would it be more just Well, No. If you take a small town near Atlanta that's from entirely by women. This progressive leadership had inherited some things that had a longstanding and finally but also, we're not Disgusting them or addressing them. I'm Madeleine brand how a town run by progressive women perpetuated a racist criminal justice system tomorrow at noon and seven on press play on KCRW. All I want is the quality. What's on the way. I understand it. He's be better Bring heat for the mic handed whoever go after burn their hands and lips. A lot of rappers, Brandon abandoned the whips just another day in the junior. Don't leave. You go around me my sooner up on the window like a stay ahead of the game and cut off sooner rather later. Who's off to gather data school but in the barter softballs Navigator or the land on the banks or the plane's honors 65 hours from the Africans, But they won't let you push him. One tried to get fly. Almost had the Muslim if I wanted to rob one of war, man Hit him with the poultry going toe ass one night waste not want not. They didn't see him come into the 50 Cent blood spot. They walked in town with baseball's spacesuits double, But she still say his face cute. Told the streets What you're staring at the Seoul capital. One number said Why you wearing that? He said You want a snack space where you've been every money business is a disgrace at the poor cake. Who goes in his feed them scenes nasty his nose. Here you go. He said. You should have been say so. Just to make gas in Argentinean peso. There you go. My good man. Buy something nice for the sea. Just keep it moving twice to see. Consider that your fair warning also bringing to you express like airborne. More trouble. Turn on the heat and shout out that little bird from the word on the street, the right pick in the sick, demented hand style and Obama with a check with rental Van Wild. One says you know, you really had enough for full pots and crew cuts sews on and I got a coupon Chinese Western wall. Handsome, great food form. He said, no duck sauce, soy sauce and then saying I'm working. You don't get no toy boss. Always read a clock. I think I'm sober. How about what things Normal Home on account of King Cobra? You ain't nicer than the lunatics. I stuff okay in the big stuff on the vic, my stone You want to should get a balding or keep that jumped me. Say, Mama Waldy. That is the question. They wonder why he always wear hats in the session. Listen, number plate named it after strong daughter triple shot, Reacting to chase up a bomb Warner v, a strong supporter.
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"Pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in the story of a woman learning to live alongside her deeply personal loss on Netflix. January 7th. We have got about 10 minutes to go before we get to six o'clock here. KCRW, Matt Gillam here with you. For all things considered on this penultimate day of the year to take us out to the top of the hour, we're going to be getting a story about tattoo artists. Many artists around the U. S. Are saying that as national protests against racism took off over the summer, so did requests to remove or cover up. Race. Racist inflammatory tattoos. How is tattoo removal working? How does that happen? And we will find out just ahead here on all things considered and stay with us coming up In the next hour, We'll be taking a look at the latest details coming out of Nashville. New information coming out about the Christmas Day bombing there. It's all ahead on KCRW and all things considered times 5 50. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. More than 100. Confederate symbols have been removed from public spaces around the United States since George Floyd was killed. Then there are symbols of America's past that aren't flags or statues. They're more personal, even inked into skin tattoo artists around the country say that as national protests against racism took off this summer. Request to remove our cover up racist tattoos did to NPR's Janaki Meta has this story When Kyle Boykin was 17 years old, he got a Confederate flag tattooed on his arm. It was rather large, he says it covered most of his bicep. And at the time, several of his friends got similar Confederate tattoos growing up here in rural Ohio. It's just something that you know was regularly there on display is Boykin Got older, he began to understand that as a white man The same flag that represented his family's southern pride, Hell, dark reminders of slavery and white supremacy for many black Americans. He was especially wary of it being seen it work. He's a safety supervisor for the Transit agency in Zanesville, Ohio, where he spent his whole life. A few years ago, he got the words heritage, not hate. Added to the tattoo to clarify his intentions. But then George Floyd was killed. And that was the moment for me like, Wow. You know, this is something that genuinely effects millions of people and then you know, just watching it grow from there into the movement that it is now. The movement even came to Zanesville in the summer.
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"Gone. The remix of Century Metal. Brittany Howard of Alabama shakes and of course, she had a huge year. In 2019 with her release, but would have a team right? You put Michael Kiwanuka remixing Brittany Howard kept Miss Katniss. Now, Speaking of best of and 20 twenties music, salt had a couple of great full links. And both albums actually tied for number one, and you can see the full list that kcrw dot com slash best that we heard wildfires from Untitled Black is Oh, of course, you can see all the different DJs list. Up songs. Best new artist. And to start off the set just the fun fun song from a nominee. Sunshine back to the start is from beat my distance. Yeah. The French Canadian crew. In a perfect on this lovely Tuesday morning. And to close out this said, it's a brand new one from mug wife. And the song called Dr Fantasy. KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting pieces of a woman. Vanessa Kirby.
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"Sponsors include Netflix, presenting pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in the story of a woman learning to live alongside her deeply personal loss on Netflix. January 7. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. Intensive care units in the state of California are running out of beds with the Corona virus spread so acute California Governor Gavin Newsom is contemplating even stricter orders is clear on understandable that it's likely those stayed home orders will be extended, but again based upon the data that determination will be made. Special concern the impact of holiday travel on the spread of the virus, Newsome said. The state is heading into a new phase that it's been preparing for as it sets up hospital beds in arenas school's intense, however, the state is struggling to staff those beds. U. S military personnel based in Asia began receiving covert 19 vaccinations Tuesday. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that the inoculations are voluntary. Army and Air Force bases in South Korea and Japan were the first to get shipments of the modern a vaccine. Commanding officer's first responders in frontline medical personnel will be the first to get vaccinated. U S forces Korea Commander General Robert Abrams urged eligible personnel to take the shots, saying they would contribute to military readiness. South Korean civilians may not start getting vaccinations until February, MPR's Anthony Kuhn for the first time since faulty sensor readings contributed to two Deadly crashes. Ah Boeing 7 37 Max is taken off on a commercial flight. The Dow off three. This is NPR. From KCRW. I'm Cherry laser with this local news update L A health officials say anyone who's traveled outside of the county and recently returned is now required to quarantine for 10 days. The new rules, comments. The region's hospitals are in crisis and struggling to deal with a huge spike in New Cupid 19 cases over the past month. In a statement yesterday, the L. A Department of Health says people who've traveled may have been exposed to co bid and could be infected but non symptomatic Because of that people returning to the county are now required to stay at home so they don't pass it on to others. More than 6900. People are hospitalized with coronavirus in the county. That's a staggering number, and it's stretching the hospital's thin, says Dr Cristina Galley, the director of the county's Department of Health Services. One thing to have a surge when the staffer well When they're rested. When the number of patients is steady, it is a very, very different and infinitely more dangerous situation to have hospitals experiencing a surge. In the staff are exhausted. Almost 1000 people have died in L. A county so far from the virus l A county hospitals are being stretched to the baking point in the fight against Cove. It is you just heard and on top of everything else, Some of them are having trouble maintaining oxygen supplies. Issues with oxygen reportedly caused five hospitals to declare emergencies over the weekend. Ah move which closed the facilities to ambulance traffic. KCRW's Darryl Saxman has the details. Nothing is more fundamental to treating covert 19 patients who are struggling to breathe an oxygen. The problem at local hospitals is not just a shortage of oxygen itself. The L A Times reports. There's not enough canisters, which patients often need when they go home. Another problem. Aging hospital pipes are breaking down because of the huge volume of oxygen that's being distributed. Oxygen delivered through a tube in the nose can be crucial to keeping people off the ventilators and cove it patients require a lot of oxygen as covert hospitalizations have surged, so has demand. One of the facilities dealing with these issues is Memorial Hospital of Gardena Chief executive Kevin Metcalf tells the times that if the hospital runs out of oxygen, it will be in deep, deep trouble. For KCRW. I'm Darryl Saxman. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations and from Procter and Gamble, maker of Metamucil Ah, fiber supplement containing psyllium, a plant based fiber for trapping and removing waste in the digestive system designed to be taken every day. Maura Metamucil dot com slash two week.
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"Down here reporting on the impact of Tropical Storm Harvey. We went to Cypress Creek. It's this neighborhood. North of Houston that is completely submerged. Surpassing what You see a stop sign and two street signs just peaking out over the water. It's a family of seven. They were stuck on the second floor. Plus their dog and a big lizard. They had some kind of bearded dragon or something. We're still together. We're always TLC. Chili. Tobias. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate what I have to say. I love your voice. Yeah. You have a good boy. That's gonna be sexy, Big, sexy, Sexist, serious. I'm like Dang. Kill your new name is big sexy. Yes. Oh, man, we're happy to report that nickname did not stick. I mean, I don't call it that. I'm glad you don't. Yeah, I You know, Rachel. Thank you. What we do it. We're storytellers at the end of the day, and that's why those voices was so important. We love you, David Greene for always showing us how to laugh at ourselves and how to find the good in every story and in every person we will miss you. Thank you. This is NPR news. Support for W N. Y. C comes from the Netflix film pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in this intimate story of a woman learning to live alongside her loss on Netflix. January 7th. Airlines get a lifeline and drones get a boost Marketplace Morning report is supported by Fidelity Investments, introducing Fidelity.
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"Don't even know what that is anymore. Oh even recognize him and I was like the witch or has taken over my life anyway so we know how we got to got for Henry. Cow Henry. Cavill I I love him okay. So the Golden Globes were over the weekend and the Golden Globes as always like. It's the party award. Show the also down in Hampton and they drink and they just drink drink drink drink throughout the whole thing so it's a lot of fun and so a lot of times like everybody's like getting drunk especially they don't win they get real boost up so it's way to cope with exactly Zo. Libya Coleman was nominated for best actress. In a television series crown. I don't like her in the crown know you. I don't know why he's so good. WHO's the other one that I like her so much? So just side note. I was looking at so. If you notice like Claire. Foy and Vanessa Nisa Kirby both have beautiful blue eyes. Because it's reflective of the Queen and Princess Margaret Right rely. They haven't Blue Eyes. Olivia Coleman in Helena. Bonham Carter do not have lives. They have Brown eyes and so I was like interesting like what's going on so I started doing some research as to like well. How did it go from like clarify and Vanessa Kirby having blue eyes and then to Olivia Colman in Helena Bonham Carter having Brown eyes and so they said that they were actually like having them put right like blue contact lenses lenses but like it look like Olivia Colman and like it just kind of like masked they're they're acting acting like it made it look really like sorting fake and so they were like okay so no contacts anymore and so they got to keep their brown? Is I feel like Olivia Colman. You did a beautiful job oric and she won.