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"w film center" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

05:29 min | Last month

"w film center" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"Chose to cover these two? Yeah, exactly. So the two books are is science enough by historian aviva Chomsky and what climate justice means and why we should care by philosopher Elizabeth crips. I wanted to mention these two books because I think it's important for scientists to remember that when we think about anthropogenic climate change, we need to think beyond just scientific descriptions and technical remediation strategies, we also need to think about issues of equity and justice and inclusivity, which these books emphasize and complementary ways. Is science enough looks at this by encouraging readers to rethink our current economic paradigms, which are inherently unsustainable. And then what climate justice means does this by presenting some very clear evidence that the climate change is disproportionately affecting people who have really done the least to cause it. And then arguing that it's our moral responsibility to mitigate it for especially those of us who have done the most harm. Okay, so let's move on to the kids book that we're going to talk about. This one, it looks like it would really actually be good for my daughter. It's called the science spell book. Magical experiments for kids. Okay, they talk about this in the site that I read. They call it real magic. Isn't that kind of a contradiction? Yeah, I think what's really lovely about this book is that it's, of course, we don't think of magic and science as being two things that can go together. But this idea of using children's excitement about the world, curiosity, to introduce some basic science to them. So this is a compendium of 25 different activities are divided into 5 categories, so there's infusions which explore plants as pigments and indicators and sorcery, which looks at electromagnetism and other fundamental forces, there's alchemy and that describes physical and chemical changes and mimicry, which looks at plants and animals for engineering inspiration. It's actually very cute and very sweet. Finally, let's touch on this movie that you flagged. And I watched the trailer and oh my goodness, the visuals on this. Can you tell us a little bit about it? This movie is called fire of love. It's directed by Sarah dosa. We actually reviewed it when it came out at Sundance, but it's just out on Disney+ now. So the film centers on the story of a pair of volcanologists, katia and Maurice Kraft, and features this really magnificent archival recordings of volcanic eruptions that they actually captured before they died together while documenting interruption. I would say it's worth watching for the stunning footage alone, but the film's subjects are really fascinating. They were contemporaries of Jacques Cousteau and they cultivated a very similar Intrepid public image where they cast themselves as wandering volcanologists and did all these risky stunts and made all these provocative statements that landed them in the press all the time. I just can not say enough about what this looks like. It gives you that terrifying, amazing perspective on volcanos. Getting close to things that are way too hot, wearing like kind of ridiculous looking safety suits. Oh yeah. It's crazy. I thought that it was CGI. I thought that some of the footage I didn't believe that it was real. But it is real. It's amazing. That's great. Okay. That is our whole list Valerie. Is there anything else you want to mention before we wrap up? I was just going to flag one book I'm looking forward to in 2023 is Kate so Nikki's the exceptions, this is a book that's going to be looking at the story of molecular biologist Nancy Hopkins, who in the 90s became convinced that women faculty at MIT were being discriminated against and she spearheaded a committee that carefully collected data that ended up proving that this was the case female faculty had lower salaries. They had smaller lab space. They had fewer resources. Kids or Nikki is the journalist who actually broke that story for The Boston Globe. Oh wow. I think it would be really neat because this happened 20 years ago. And so I think it'll be interesting to see, why are we revisiting it now? What has changed, what remains the same for women in science. I'm really looking forward to this one. Well, thank you so much, Valerie, for sharing all these amazing books with us. And I can't wait to do it again. Absolutely. Okay, if you want to find some of these books that we discussed from the show page, we'll link you to the reviews. There's also a link to the trailer for fire of love. Thanks again, Valerie. You're welcome. Valerie Thompson is science's books editor. You can find a link to everything we discussed at science dot org slash podcast. And that concludes this edition of the science podcast. If you have any comments or suggestions, write to us at science podcast at AAAS dot org. Or better yet, take our survey as science dot org slash podcast. Again, that science dot org slash podcast, the link is also in the show description. You can listen to the show on the website at science dot org slash podcast or search for science magazine on any podcasting app. This show is edited, produced by me, Sarah crusty, with production help from prodigy, Kevin mcclain, and Megan Cantwell. Jeffrey cook composed the music on behalf of science and its publisher, triple AS. Thanks for joining us.

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"w film center" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:35 min | Last month

"w film center" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Father sat me down at 14 years old. You're gonna watch this movie. I didn't even know what the hell I was looking at. I mean, there's some stuff in there that are 14 year olds shouldn't see. Especially when gene Carlo giannini is telling the actress, I'm sodomizing you. I'm sodomizing. I mean, it's heavy doing this shit. But it's stuck with me. I'm 60. 40 some years later, it's still in my head, but I saw. So, pirate must have been getting the greatest head in the world with Madonna. And said, yeah, yeah, honey, of course. We'll do swept away. Whatever you want, baby. Just keep giving me that ass. I'm sorry for being blunt, but that's what it was. Guy Richie never got a piece of ass like that. And now he's fucking the most sought after pop star in the world, and he's like, yeah, whatever you want to do. I'll remake, Wizard of Oz. What do you want to do? Shit movie was horrible. won a bunch of Rousey awards. Just like Shanghai surprised it. And Guy Ritchie's image was dragged through the mud and thankfully Madonna's film career was officially over. So why there's Jennifer Lopez want to do this? I mean, Ben Affleck has to just tell her, hey, honey. Enough is enough. This is there's no upside for him. He's an Academy Award winning director screen wire great actor. And I'm sure he has enough scripts on his night table or sitting on his agent's desk that he hasn't mold over yet. How does he drop all that and squeeze in a shit film like Gilly two? But, you know, you're a hot ass Puerto Rican wife wants to do a remake. What do you do if you've been Affleck? She's got him in a corner. I mean, Gilly made a whopping $7.2 million on a $75 million budget, and by the way, if any of you have forgotten what that's about, here's a synopsis. The film centers around a bumbling mobster named Larry who's tasked with kidnapping the younger brother of a powerful prosecutor, an independent contractor named Ricky, played by J.Lo. Accompanies

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"w film center" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"w film center" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Anyhow, back to strange world. Which critics are calling this thing it's a piece of shit. It's not bringing in the cash from the theaters that Disney hoped it would. In fact, it's expected to lose a 150 million, so why did this happen? Why else? Disney's bought a director's and its animation team, which has produced other bombs, they keep doubling down on making their content too woke. The film centers around an interracial couple and their queer son who's looking for love and finds it in a hand holding gay relationship, it's Disney's first animated film with a gay lead character and apparently that has turned many parents off and they've stayed away from the theaters. Now on one hand, gauge like the film because of one line in the movie. When the gay kid named Ethan, when his grandpa asked him, if he has a sweetheart, the kid blushes because he does have a sweetheart. It's another boy named diazo. But instead of his grandpa saying a line that most of us are very accustomed to, which is to say, well, what's her name? What's your sweetheart's name? Holy shit. Instead, grandpa says, who is it? So gay's love that the screenwriter went that route went the route of a parent or grandparent being absolutely fine with his crush being male or female. Don't care. But on the other hand, there are way too many parents out there and I'm not gonna lie. I'd be one of them if my kids were younger. We don't like that line. It's not that I don't like the line. I have no issues with same sex relationships. But most parents don't want that shoved down their kids throats at such an early age. And therein lies the problem and why the movie hasn't been met with droves of parents, dragging their kids to theaters to see this film.

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AJ Explains Why Disney's 'Strange World' Is Tanking

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:18 min | 2 months ago

AJ Explains Why Disney's 'Strange World' Is Tanking

"Anyhow, back to strange world. Which critics are calling this thing it's a piece of shit. It's not bringing in the cash from the theaters that Disney hoped it would. In fact, it's expected to lose a 150 million, so why did this happen? Why else? Disney's bought a director's and its animation team, which has produced other bombs, they keep doubling down on making their content too woke. The film centers around an interracial couple and their queer son who's looking for love and finds it in a hand holding gay relationship, it's Disney's first animated film with a gay lead character and apparently that has turned many parents off and they've stayed away from the theaters. Now on one hand, gauge like the film because of one line in the movie. When the gay kid named Ethan, when his grandpa asked him, if he has a sweetheart, the kid blushes because he does have a sweetheart. It's another boy named diazo. But instead of his grandpa saying a line that most of us are very accustomed to, which is to say, well, what's her name? What's your sweetheart's name? Holy shit. Instead, grandpa says, who is it? So gay's love that the screenwriter went that route went the route of a parent or grandparent being absolutely fine with his crush being male or female. Don't care. But on the other hand, there are way too many parents out there and I'm not gonna lie. I'd be one of them if my kids were younger. We don't like that line. It's not that I don't like the line. I have no issues with same sex relationships. But most parents don't want that shoved down their kids throats at such an early age. And therein lies the problem and why the movie hasn't been met with droves of parents, dragging their kids to theaters to see this film.

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"w film center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"w film center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Birth of a healthy child. Well within reason for such a patient, therefore, I feel known to determination, gentlemen. A healthy baby, that's it. No, regard for her mother. No. No. No. No No. So what do you do now? That's the premise of call Jane a new feature film based on the real-life underground network called the janes that provided access to safe abortions in the Chicago area in the years before the Supreme Court's ruling in roe V wade legalized abortion nationwide. The film centers on the character would just told you about a conservative suburban white housewife named joy, who, over the course of the film, finds herself seeking out an abortion, but also searching for new ideas about who she is and what she believes. Actress Elizabeth Banks, whom you might know from her work in The Hunger Games and pitch perfect and many, many other television and movie shows plays joy and she joins us now to tell us more about the film. Elizabeth Banks, welcome. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. So movies take a long time to make. So the film's release is kind of incredible coming just months after roe V wade was overturned. And states are moving some states are moving rapidly to outlaw abortion in most cases, if not all cases, how did this project come about and what attracted you to it? Well, I've read the script three and a half years ago. We meant to make the film pre-pandemic. I didn't know anything about the Jane collective of Chicago, which is sort of the centers, the movie. They were a group of women who provided abortion healthcare to those seeking it before ro was legal in the state of Illinois. So in the Chicago area and they provided abortions to nearly 11,000 patients back then. And I thought, wow, this is such an interesting sort of little piece of our history, especially women's history in America. These were revolutionary women and one of the wonderful to tell their story and kind of honor them and I love this character of joy because I really felt like she has a coming of age story even though she's 40 years old. This is a woman whose life really doesn't get started until she's faced with this life or death decision for her and makes the life affirming decision to have an abortion so that she can stay alive for her daughter and her husband and frankly because she realizes she's a lot more to do with her life. And I know that's a reason many women have for their choice of having an abortion and I just thought, all right, great story and now here we are and Dobbs the dove's decision has happened and the movie feels more timely than ever. In the film, we actually see your character get an abortion and I just want to play a little bit from that scene and I don't want to ask you about it. Here we go. Let me give you a shot. Into your cervix. Shots gonna sting slightly. And then we'll quickly relax and numb you. Okay? Ready? I'm scared. I know. I'm very good at what I do. So we've just played a teeny bit of that, but the scene does go on in kind of real time. And it's not, I would say explicit. But it is emotionally clear. And it does describe what is happening. And I was just interested in your take on that. What was it like filming that? And why do you think it was important? Well, I think we all have at least most women I know have an experience of meeting a Doctor Who's a little less than kind whose bedside manner is a little less than lovely when going through something that is pretty intimate and often a little painful. And thinking about how vulnerable women have to be for our healthcare. And how uncaring so many male doctors can be who just don't understand our parts, you know? I'm so grateful that I have that I'm grateful by the way I've had lovely male doctors. So this is not anything against them. But there's just a level of discomfort that I was able to pull up pretty easily for that sequence. Most importantly though, it normalizes abortion as healthcare. And I think it shows you also a breaks down the mythology that abortion healthcare, even back then, if it was done well, you know, is not typically life threatening. I think that's a myth that a lot of people misunderstand. So I think partially for me, it was just making sure that we presented abortion in its reality, which is ten minutes later, she was eating spaghetti. You just told us that the original plan was to make this film before a COVID, but I guess it was delayed because of COVID. So you filmed it in the spring of 2021. During the production kind of it was in the air that grow might be overturned. But then that became a reality. I guess after you were finished filming and I just wonder did that inform the atmosphere in any way and making this film the fact that this was actually, it started out being history. And then it became news. Well, I think it's important to remember that abortion opponents had created these abortion deserts in huge swaths of America. In the last ten years. So while we were making the movie, the reality for women in states like Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, was that their access to abortion was such that it was nearly impossible. This required travel, it required desperate measures it required phone calls and basically a network of janes of modern day janes to help them already. So we knew when we were making the film that we were actually representing a part of America that has existed now for many years. And of course with Dobbs, it's created more chaos in this space. It's created more desperate women and it's created more danger. And I think that was

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"w film center" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"w film center" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"It is so nice to see both you and Mark again. I'm thrilled to be here on the occasion of X I'm glad to have this little team back together. So X falls into a lot of traditional horror movie patterns. You've got a mixed group of free spirited libertines. They descend on a creepy and isolated space. They're set upon by a bloodthirsty villain or villains, people die in spectacularly grisly fashion, but as directed by ty west and shot by Elliott rocket, X has an already stylish feel as well as larger points to make about filmmaking aging exploitation and sex, set in 1979, X stars Mia goth as Maxine minx, an ambitious actress who plans to use porn as a springboard to the stardom she feels she deserves. The crew that accompanies her includes her fellow actors Bobby Lin and Jackson, played by Brittany snow and Scott muscati, that's the rapper Kid Cudi, and Maxine's slick producer boyfriend Wayne, played by Martin Henderson, their director RJ played by Owen Campbell wants to elevate the art of adult filmmaking kind of the way X wants to elevate the art of horror filmmaking, but his girlfriend Lorraine, played by Jenna Ortega, is skeptical. Then there's the mysterious elderly couple at the film's center, pearl is played by Mia goth in copious makeup, while Howard is played by Stephen yore. They have a complicated relationship to say the least X came out in theaters in March is now available to rent on demand. Mark rivers, I'm going to start with you. What did you think of X? I kind of loved it..

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"w film center" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"w film center" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Round of film spotted madness best of the 1970s. 64 film center only one remains. To order show t-shirts or other merch visit film spotting .NET slash shop, and you can subscribe to our weekly newsletter at film spotting .NET slash newsletter. Out in wide release this weekend, is it Emma? Josh? I'm not sure about that. After receiving her mother's remains from Korea, Sandra Oh's Amanda becomes haunted by the fear that she'll turn into her mother. X is also out. This is the latest from a filmmaker who has appeared on the show before made one of my favorite horror films of the past 15, 20 years. The house of the devil, director ty west, he also made the innkeepers that movie is X starring Mia goth on digital, the new one from Adrian line. Yes, Adrian line deep water Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas star line of course the director of 9 and a half weeks in decent proposal and fatal attraction. He's bringing the sexy back, Josh. We also thanks for confirming that. We also can see master your golden brick recommended film on Amazon Prime. And we can see the new one from director Charlie McDowell, windfall, the hitchcockian film windfall that will inspire our top 5 next week as we will share our top 5 hitchcockian films. Film spotting is produced by golden Joe des and Sam van hallgrim without Sam and golden Joe this show wouldn't go. Our production assistant is Betty lavendaire. Thanks also to Candace Griffiths and the listeners of the film spotting advisory board and special thanks to everyone at WBE Z Chicago. More information is available at WBE dot org. Four film spotty 9 Josh Larsen, and I'm Adam kempner, thanks for listening. This conversation can serve no purpose anymore. Goodbye..

"w film center" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"w film center" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And I kind of thought amazing. This is what it's going to be. This is such a, I'm working with Steve Buscemi and Katherine keener and Tom to chill out. The incredible writer director of that piece and it wasn't just me, it was Tom that had something to say Tom to chill out. He wrote that, it was how he was feeling about the state of movies and what movies were and how hard it was to make an independent film. And I think that's the real reason why that film works so well is because of Tom. And what he was going through at that point in his career. And how do you not basically cliche and hard it was to make a movie and especially indie movies are always supposed to be free of all of that. We're supposed to be freedom of expression and work outside the guidelines of the studio and be able to make anything we want. But I find that it's just across the board. Everybody falls into storytellers fall into cliches left and right and have the same struggles. No matter what you're working with, but for me, the fun part about doing movies in the 90s back then is just they were movies. There was no Internet. There was there were precious things and he had to go to the Angelica film center to go see living in oblivion. And you had to give 90 minutes of your day and focus and watch it top to bottom immersive experience. And nowadays, my new living in oblivion Rand would be about watching how can you watch movies over the course of a week? One movie over the course of a week, you keep pausing it. If you don't have 90 minutes or two hours to spare, maybe wait till you have a day in which you can do that. Because movies are very precious. Experiences and their immersive and they shouldn't be broken up like that. And that's my old man rant on my silk box..

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"w film center" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"w film center" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"This weekend and kinsmen telling you about the traffic snarls that are expected from the events. But also there's some things to watch. Obviously, we talked yesterday about the Muhammad Ali documentary that is going to be on Sunday night on channel 11. And there's something else. I want to draw your attention to that, Uh, you can watch. It does involve some travel. It's already been on channel 11. There's been a truncated version of it on channel 11, and we actually talk to the producer. His name is David Maren Thal. And it's a documentary about Mr Kelly's, which, if you're familiar with with where Gibson's is that's where Mr Kelly's was for many years now, Gibson's been around for, I think the better part of 30 years. But Mr Kelly's was a legendary music and comedy. Not Club nightclub, Uh, beautiful nightclub in its day and David's dad, George Marathon, George Mayron. Thal and his brother ran that club and a couple others in Chicago, and they were just really big part of the fabric of the entertainment world. In Chicago. Now I saw the truncated Channel 11 edited version of this, But I caught Roper in the Sun Times today, and he had a long piece on this that the American premiere of the feature length version Of Mr Kelly's will be, uh, running throughout the weekend at the Siskel Film Center in Chicago, which is on stage just north of Madison. And actually, there's a screening right now. And special events going along with every screening. But there's one tomorrow 6 30 screening with comedian Tim Reid, who is a part of the documentary. Um David Maren thought a man I talked to on the radio station of a couple months ago when it was on channel 11. Then on Sunday, they have an 11 a.m. screening with Q and a session. And then Sunday afternoon, they have a 3 30 screening again. Tim Reid will be there and others. Laura Washington from the Sun Times will moderate that one and even Monday night they have a screening at six o'clock. Richard Steele from public Radio will moderate that So if you're a fan of comedy or jazz You may want to see the feature length version of Mr Kelly's also one of their notes that Roper had in his column. There is going to be a special screening. An additional screening featuring live music. Seven PM Tomorrow night at City Winery. Here's a bit of the trailer Mr Kelly's nightclub in Chicago. I.

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"w film center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"w film center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Makes w N Y c possible It makes everything you hear on W N Y C happen every day. And that makes getting up early worth it. Show your support. W n y c dot org and click on Donate. W N. Y C supporters include Shout Studios, presenting the new film Language Lessons starring Mark Duplass and Natalie Morales, now playing at Angelica Film Center. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Scott Tetro teaching kindergarten through 12th grade students about the September 11th attacks has always been difficult. But with the 20th anniversary this weekend Time has brought a new challenge. Students today have no memories of 9 11 because none of them were alive. NPR's Cory Turner has the story of how educators are approaching 9 11 with the new generation teacher, Brandon Graves in Louisville, Kentucky, says When he talks about 9 11 with his elementary school students, he often tells them where he was that day in Washington, D C. Attending Howard University. Where he could smell the smoke from the Pentagon. I liken it to when I was that age. My parents and the adults around me would talk about you know where they were when Martin Luther King got killed. What else can schools and families do when talking about 9 11 with kids for whom it is truly just history? Well, my colleague Sarah McCammon, and I put that question to educators and experts and they told us a few things first and foremost, keep it age appropriate. The Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility, offers several 9 11 lesson.

"w film center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"w film center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We were so scared of. Oh, shit. God awful in the pain and fear. And when we got that laughed and we finished and we got some laughs, and we left that stage on a cloud. I mean, we had done it at Mr Kelly's, uh, every performer that I've ever spoken to after that, I mean, we open for Earl Ghana. We opened for You name it. We open for Della Rees. Serve on and all these performance. You ever sport whenever we talked or everything, and Mr Kelly's come up. You could always see a certain relax smile. You know it had it had. I can't think of anybody who ever spoke to, uh Black or white. It didn't smile when he thought of Mr Kelly. You didn't hear those stories about Yeah, Those people did this, but they did that. No. You always get that smile with recognition. We all wanted to be That Mr Kelly's as performance every star you couldn't you couldn't become a hit in America at that time. And not having touch that ground on Mr Kelly's, It just was. It was just part of the thing. You worked. New York. You do Mr Kelly's you in Vegas and and then you know there weren't that many clubs in L. A You get on television, But Mr Kelly's was the center of the heart of the entertainment business being located where it was. And Chicago was a great great town to start a career. We're talking to Tim Reid, who is part of a documentary called Live at Mister Kelly's, which we at the Gene Siskel Film Center. And we'll talk about that and some more When we come back on 7 20 w G. N everyone's always looking for the bright side of life. Something to be happy about. But generally speaking going to the doctor isn't one of them and lots, of course. You're going to the Joint Relief Institute. The thought of putting an end to your knee pain is something to really be excited about. And when you arrive there, warm and welcoming staff will be happy to because they know they can provide you pain relief with their fast, non surgical pain free procedure that isolates exactly where your tissue has deteriorated. And then they put a joint lubricant into that precise spot. Sort of like a plush pillow to cushion here. Every step nice, cheerful people greet you a procedure that's quick and pain free. And then for the first time in a long time,.

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"w film center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"w film center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rick tittle things. There's a direct correlation between dogs and lightning. Welcome back to the sheriff. John wall with you all over america and the world on american forces radio network as well and we're quite happy to bring in filmmaker dash shaw. He has attracted and written. A new animated thriller called cryptos zoo which is out today on demand and in theaters as well. From magnolia. pictures dash welcome to the program. The first thing i notice about this is that once again as you did with my entire high school singing into the sea you have got some big names in hollywood who are doing the voices. How what what's your hookup. How do you know all these people think. Yeah thanks so much for saying that. I mean it's not that i know them. I you know often. I'm just showing them a section of the movie lake bell. We kind of had ten minutes of the hippies in the woods we could show her and the script. And it's i'm i'm as flabbergasted and and you great pool as you are eight hit the the words that sounds really good I was a hippie in the woods. Yeah and my inherent so yeah right. Nothing wrong with that. I was thinking when i was going to interview. I was just down at the academy museum down in la next month and they have this incredible. I'm please forgive me if i'm not pronouncing it right. Hey hail miyazaki Exhibit is huge room and this huge book. And all this stuff about him. I you inspired by people like that. Oh totally i mean. Miyazaki was one is one of my absolute favorites. Yeah you know magic nation. You know and often when i watch a movie or a book. I'm kind of one of my criteria is the force of this person's imagination. How powerful is their imagination. You know and and talkies. Like william blaker. Murray sendak is like visionary artist You gotta go down to that museum. They dedicated so much damn now. This film has already won awards. It won award here in. Sf film festival at won an award at sundance. It's been in the berlin film festival as well and for people who don't know. This is about crypto zookeepers and bringing in some fantastical mythological creatures. Can you tell us how this all came together in your head dash. Yeah i was thinking. One of the very first thoughts was sort of like drawing as their only way of seeing imaginary beings. They can't be photographed. You know sort of draw like drawing kind of doodle drawing can be a direct circuit to the imaginary world. That was one part of it. And also i make these movies with my wife. Jane and jane had an all women's dungeons and dragons group then and so the idea of making something with all these creatures like she painted most of the crypt in the movie. That you know that would should be psyched to do that. That would be fun. So the first thing was like making awesome mythological creature animated movie What would be in your opinion like if you had to show you know. You talked about showing Lake bell if someone said hey You know we were thinking about giving you distribution and as we said you got great distribution magnolia but what would be like maybe the five minutes that you think kind of encapsulates. The best part of the film center of the movie has these These three women that all work at a crypto zoo. And they're all kind of trying they'll have different reasons why they think this zoo would be a good idea. And it's it's there's a cliff that it went online when around when it premiered at the berlin all a. I think it's youtube so they're kind of going through the park because the park is kind of. I think the movies kind of like jurassic park and that you know that it's gonna fail like at the before you probably even start the movie. You just see the poster just know. This movie is going to be how this park doesn't work out and those who is like that too. It's we're gonna see the fall of this kind of misguided attempt to kind of Introducing these kind of radical imaginary beings to the public So i think. I think when they're kind of getting a tour of the park it's fair That would be a good clip. Don't hate me for asking. There's put any of these Mythological imaginary animals on that animals creatures. Are they cute and cuddly. Any of some of them probably.

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"w film center" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"w film center" Discussed on The Kicker

"In the summer of nineteen seventy five. When i was six years old my older brother took me to see a film called. Cornbread earl and me on of the film centers around the story up and faneuil. Cornbread hamilton man. He's the greatest he's played by. Jamaal wilkes who was then a forward for the golden state warriors. He's got offers from the pros and everybody knows he's gonna make it. Comprehensive arising neighborhood basketball star. Who's on the verge of winning athletic scholarship to college. When he's gunned down by the police. In the case of mistaken identity dies in the street sparking a riot as community members. Come out and see his body in an attempt to cover up their mistake. The police department orchestrates a campaign of intimidation depict corn bread as a gang member who was fleeing the scene of a crime. The plot culminates in wilford a teenager. Who's played by a fourteen year. Old laurence fishburne taking the stand in an inquiry wolf. It tells the judge exactly what happened. Despite the threats as families received to catch internist drink it. Looks like the yield. Something they shoot shoe. Cornbread daycare gone. He wouldn't do enough in june. She was just going home. I've thought that film any number of times over the years but never so intently. As i did earlier this year when seventeen year old. Dinello frazier took the stand in the trial of derek. Shelvin sovan was the minneapolis police officer. Who kneeled on. George floyd's neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on memorial day of last year until.

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"w film center" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"w film center" Discussed on The Kicker

"In the summer of nineteen seventy five. When i was six years old my older brother took me to see a film called. Cornbread earl and me on of the film centers around the story up and faneuil cornbread. Hamilton coral man. He's the greatest he's played by. Jamaal wilkes who was then a forward for the golden state warriors. He's got offers from the pros and everybody knows he's gonna make it. Comprehensive arising neighborhood basketball star. Who's on the verge of winning athletic scholarship to college. When he's gunned down by the police. In the case of mistaken identity dies in the street sparking a riot as community members. Come out and see his body in an attempt to cover up their mistake. The police department orchestrates a campaign of intimidation depict corn bread as a gang member who was fleeing the scene of a crime. The plot culminates in wilford a teenager. Who's played by a fourteen year. Old laurence fishburne taking the stand in an inquiry wolf. It tells the judge exactly what happened. Despite the threats as families received to catch internist drink it. Looks like the yield. Something they shoot shoe. Cornbread daycare gone. He wouldn't do enough in june. She was just going home. I've thought that film any number of times over the years but never so intently. As i did earlier this year when seventeen year old. Dinello frazier took the stand in the trial of derek. Shelvin sovan was the minneapolis police officer. Who kneeled on. George floyd's neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on memorial day of last year until.

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"w film center" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"w film center" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"w film center" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"w film center" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Don't think there's anyone to root for but the term protagonists doesn't necessarily mean a good person. Just whoever the film centers around. I did kind of feel. Sorry for diane weast. His character at the beginning. Before the plot started unraveling about her connection with everything. But i i'm like those old ladies reading the paper having her t and these people come and say you gotta leave your home now. I know that made me so mad that they just basically. I mean the doctor myra business like. We're sorry you're who have terrible memory loss and You are not to be week. We need to protect. You need to take care a your are abide by to come with us. And it's like i. What memory loss perfectly fine. I was just having good day. What the heck and immediately she or main character who is played by rosamund pike. Rosemont pool is. That's how this is a golden globe nominated film. She is up for a golden globe nomination for best actress in a musical or comedy which this movie is not either. I guess it's kind of satire. But i wouldn't call this a satire. Guess not i mean some of the characters here are over. The top. i mean appear dig Owning his own gang eating doughnuts before he threatens to shoot someone. i mean. they're they're parts of even the thugs that he sons over there kind of over the top goofy. I mean i. I didn't take this film a hundred percent serious and the other thing is. I was thinking when watching this. Could they even get a light it in real life. Could they even get away with us interesting. Yeah and i think this movie gets elevated because of rosamund pike and you're being and even dianne wiest and some of these supporting characters. I think the talent makes this movie worth the almost two hour. Runtime of just watching. I think it's a movie that you don't really get too much anymore. But it's kind of nice place for net flicks because it's a competently made. Well acted thriller was some talented actors. Thing is that roseman blake I mean if you wanna know what character actually did feel bamford. that's Ease a gunzel friend of the main characters wife as so and that's great you have a lesbian representation there. But she's actually the i'm going to marlin back out of the seer dealing with the russian mafia. I don't want to have my life threat and everything and marlins going no. I can't be defeated. We're we're gonna win. Not going anywhere and i'm just looking marla. Like what are you doing. Like i mean i found both characters equally despicable but the fact that marla has just putting her wife and danger just to try in the desire to make as much money as possible and then even having good research to like..

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"w film center" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"w film center" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Know i fully came out like eleven years ago. You know. it's just amazing. How fast things change with technology. So he saw these trend lines of consumers shopping online more in the ability to trust in online commerce. And we saw that food was this last frontier where less than one percent of all food orders coming online and we said you know this. This is going to happen right. The mobile wave is going to enable. This and that was that was enough for us to start digging in and doing work and again really hard slog. We had to build our own the film centers. Just too crazy war stories. You can tell him the treadmill next time but report we were able to grind it out and build a a great business. And i'm very very proud of. What was the tipping point. Like how did you. What was the tipping point in the business. We started in june of two thousand twelve. And i would say it didn't really feel like it was working until Speak to years later spring. Two thousand fourteen And the actual tipping point was going on shark tank We we went on our episode aired and our orders just lit up across the country. And we we did more revenue the month after we went on shark tank than we had done cumulatively the entire history of the business up to that point so that only validated for us. Like wow. there's a lot of demand out there And this people want this and that all allowed us to go raise a big chunk of capital scale the business. So you didn't actually end up doing or you're going to do a deal on again. This is all just say right. Otherwise i would. If you had a book i would have read. But you'll have one of those yet so it's just me like searching online and getting all my info that's why some of it could be choppy like that story but the that thing about The to nami. So you made a deal said with Mark mark cuban right and then at the end of the show or after all that happened the deal never went through and you made a deal..

"w film center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"w film center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To pass the package by a simple majority. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer discussing the issue Sunday during a news conference, We hope That we can move forward in a bipartisan way with our Republican colleagues cooperating, but we need big, bold action. And if we can't move forward with them will have to do it on our own. Monday morning, 10 Republican senators released a letter to President Biden proposing what they feel is a smaller package that could get bipartisan support worth $600 billion. Now. That plan would cap direct payments for individuals at $1000 and put a cap on eligibility it income levels of $50,000 for individuals and $100,000 for families. San Diego County has opened up another Super vaccination center, and the lines were long this time in the North County. Now residents won't have to drive down to San Diego or the South Bay to get their shot. Hundreds lining up at Cal State San Marcos County Board Chairman Ethan Fletcher was there was asked when peace officers and teachers would get inoculated. We started with health care workers as soon as we had a little bit of slack in health care workers and appointments not immediately gone, We opened 75 older. Minute We had any slack We open the 65 older and the minute there's any slack Unemployment's. Then we will. We will move rapidly into that tears. Superstation will open from Sunday through Thursday. 9:30 A.m. 23 30 P. M the gold to get the vaccine into 5000 arms each day. There is also a point of dispensary or pod in Oceanside at the north coastal Live Well Health Center Phil Farrar, KOGO News. Sandy, your County D a summer Stephan has a message for parents and their teenaged kids. Seven says that with many students doing distant Learning and spending more time online. It could increase the risk they could become victims of human traffickers. She says. Parents should watch for unusual behavior items that they're not familiar with that have been dropped off like gifts and other things. You know, we're really even seeing marijuana deliberates to minors in order to Begin to apply them and groom them. And she warns teams to be aware while on social media that hope is stolen image could very likely be a complete fake and the person hiding behind it is a 40 year old Predator class. Albert Kogo News about 1700 people showed up Saturday to search for 21 year old Max Lynell, who went for a hike in Mission Trails park but never returned. Max's roommate, Jack to Sinti Hotels are reporting partner 10 news about the shocking moment when he was found in the water. The pit of my stomach just dropped. I started feeling lightheaded and Little slipped while crossing the San Diego River on visitor center loop and hit his head his mom remembering him for his tremendous amount of empathy individual where those who attended picked up trash at the beach in his honor. What's now been more than three weeks since anyone has heard from my own Malek to Chula Vista, Mom of three a week ago, Chill Vista Police served a search warrant at the mill at home in Chula Vista to try and gather any evidence or clues about her whereabouts. Let's sister Mary Chris Drool, a told our reporting partner 10 news detectives told her they're working around the clock and feels a sense of reassurance that the case was still actively being worked on relief in a way for me, especially that there's something going on. We assured us that we will find Maya. Really says your sister would never just up and leave a search for Millette over the weekend at Mount Sarda, Mount San Miguel Park was the third search party so far. Us later brand new movies and TV shows are hitting Netflix this month. The new, highly anticipated original films like Malcolm and Marie starring Zin Diet and John David Washington and the third installment in the To All the Boys. Syria's air set to arrive on the streaming service. Other film center Maria include dark comedy I Care a lot with Rosamund Pike. All My Friends are dead. New Year's Eve set thriller and Chinese foreign language from a drama Little Big Women. Upcoming Netflix original series include Firefly Lane, Invisible City and the Crew. We have much more ahead this morning, including why some airlines do not want to covert test mandate plus your traffic and weather. Kogo news time. +607 America's beverage companies are working together to reduce plastic waste in our environment at the Coca Cola Company, Carey, Dr Pepper and Pepsico. We're designing our bottles and caps to be 100% recyclable so every bottle.

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'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled

Tim Conway Jr.

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled

"Cop with Artie Schwarzenegger a drive in movie Siri's has pulled Arnold Schwarzenegger's comedy kindergarten cop from its opening night lineup after some people complain that it was just out of step with today's political climate. It might be a tumor. It's not a tumor tumor at all. Portland's Northwest Film Center was slated to screen the 1990 comedy to kick off Summer Cinema. Siri's, It received plenty of pushback from residents with tweets, saying things like there's nothing entertaining about the presence of police in schools. It was replaced with the showing of the John Lewis documentary. Good trouble. Oh,

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'Kindergarten Cop' pulled from Portland theater after complaints it 'romanticizes over-policing'

Chicks On the Right

01:15 min | 2 years ago

'Kindergarten Cop' pulled from Portland theater after complaints it 'romanticizes over-policing'

"Daily mail. The comedy film Kindergarten Cop has been pulled from a film festival after protesters claim to glorify police traumatizing Children at a comparative to explicitly racist. 1915 silent movie birth of a nation. Wass. I thought it was going to be because the kid was a girl. China Boys have a Penis because of the organizers of the Northwest Film Center in Portland, Oregon, announced this week that the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy would be pulled from the lineup and replaced with a touch of victory celebrating the late representative John Lewis. Wow. All right. Are you ready for some quotes? Yeah, I guess. Embracing myself. Yes, Kindergarten cop is only a movie, so the birth of a nation and gone with the wind, But we recognized films like those air. Not good family fun, local author. Lowest, Levin said in a tweet. Oh, my God. I just what I would have Arnold's force thinks about this. Well, he's so woke. He'll go on. Yeah, but he will. I bet he will. Rob, I think you're right. He'll probably be like I really wanna apologize for my role. As he said those horrible fast. He smokes a cigar in his giant mansion with his donkey,

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News in Brief 8 March 2019

UN News

03:20 min | 4 years ago

News in Brief 8 March 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, a United Nations human rights team is to begin. Unofficial visit to Venezuela on Monday at the invitation of the government potentially paving the way for a mission by the UN's top rights official Michelle Bachelet five members of staff are to toll the country from the eleventh to the twenty second of March her office OH Chr said on Friday amid a grave socio economic crisis and violent anti-government demonstrations. The announcement follows an initial invitation last November from President Nicolas Maduro to miss Bachelet, which was reiterated by foreign minister hot. Hey harrieta at the current Human Rights Council session in Geneva in related news. The UN refugee agency announced on Friday that it has opened a reception center in Columbia for the most vulnerable Venezuelans in need of protection five thousand Venezuelans are leaving the country every day on average and UNHCR spokesperson. Andrew Maharidge said that a significant number. Live on the streets in neighboring Colombia. He told journalists that the facility in the border city of Macau in lack Guajira region has space for three hundred and fifty people but could expanded future. It's a reception center, which will basically serve to provide immediate support to the most vulnerable categories of those who who might be crossing that may involve unaccompanied children children who may have been separated from their families vulnerable. Women people who have disabilities. And so on Columbia hosts more than one million Venezuelans and UNHCR says that despite the authorities generosity reception capacity has been overwhelmed this year, the UN agency is appealing for more than seven hundred and thirty million dollars to help more than three million Venezuelans and host communities in sixteen countries. And finally for International Women's Day marked on Friday, actress yell it's CO has called on the media to do more to break down gender and race stereotypes in an interview with your news. The star of Alfonso croissants autobiographical film centered around an indigenous domestic worker in nineteen seventies Mexico explained how her mother had always encouraged her to aim higher in life. But how many women felt discouraged to do? So or medial important Porat quality. Sympathizer Serono's media's communication an important means by which we weekly start will be through the media, then reach many areas and through them. We can make society realize that there are many alternative possibilities for work that people can do other things not only when they have made us believe for years, but we can. So if we started out there, we call the star to change more things because those messages are to society, but Kepa suspended on dementia at associate that echoing that message UN secretary General Antonio Guiterrez has called for gender equality and women's rights saying they are fundamental to global progress on peace and security, human rights, and sustainable development. Recent decades have seen remarkable progress on women's rights and leadership mister Gutierrez said before warning of troubling backlash from an entrenched patriarchy Daniel Johnson. News.

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