5 Burst results for "cyrus Jeff"

"cyrus jeff" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus jeff" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'd like your into votes attitude. The failure of painting to sell is actually a success, because she gets to have the painting back. How you think about a failure or what other people might consider failure says a lot about who you are as a creative. And as a person also as a brother, this is Mark do. Plus, I am filmmaker do plus and his brother, j have been working together extraordinarily closely, since they were kids. They wrote a book about it called lake brothers. Yeah. I mean, the biggest failure we had in our career was making this feature film, Vince del Rio for about seventy thousand dollars that turned out terribly, and we never even finished it. And then a couple of weeks later, we turned around, and we spent three dollars making a short film in our kitchen, and that was our first movie that went to Sundance. So we quickly realized that being professional and making a movie for a lot of money does not mean it's going to be a good movie but staying near and dear to your anxieties your foul abilities, your vulnerabilities staying close to that conversation. You had at two in the morning with your sibling, or loved one or friend where you were giggling with shame or crying about something that was so personal to you. You think no one could understand? It is soon as you go into that stuff that is, I think that's where you win the. Plus brothers over the years built, an unusual, and unusually robust career making films and TV shows, together, they wrote and directed together. Sometimes separately in the beginning. Mark did a lot more acting but eventually j was doing a lot to most notably in transparent. They made the film's Cyrus Jeff who lives at home. And they made the HBO series. Togetherness that show was all consuming. Yeah. We wrote produced directed every episode of that series like idiots. And the main issue is that we had completely lost our desire to hang out with each other. Because we were essentially hanging out together thirteen hours a day working, and we weren't spending any time together, as brothers and friends, and we always promised cells, we would keep an eye on that on that work and personal balance. They had had two successful seasons with HBO. And we were in the middle of. Of writing season three, but there was a shakeup at HBO and we got the news that we were going to be cancelled. And neither of us wanted to be the first one to speak. And we were both scared about how relieved we were as opposed to actually emotionally crushed and didn't want to admit to each other. Once we did it felt amazing. You know, we realized that. There was no way we were gonna cancel together ourselves. There was no way the situation was too good. The money was too good. The creative opportunity to good people were loving the show. We're going to go in and drive that thing until it killed us. We had to actually have taken away from us. And that began the new phase of Jay's in my relationship. So for the first time in.

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"cyrus jeff" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus jeff" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'd like your into votes attitude. The failure of painting to sell is actually a success, because she gets to have the painting back. How you think about a failure to what other people might consider failure? Says a lot about who you are as a creative, and as a person, also as a brother, this is Mark do. Plus, I am a filmmaker do plus and his brother, j have been working together extraordinarily closely, since they were kids. They wrote a book about it called lake brothers. Yeah. I mean, the biggest failure we had in our career was making this feature film, Vince del Rio for about seventy thousand dollars that turned out terribly, and we never even finished it. And then a couple of weeks later, we turned around, and we spent three dollars making a short film in our kitchen, and that was our first movie that went to Sundance, so very quickly realized that being professional and making a movie for a lot of money does not mean it's going to be a good movie but staying near and dear to your anxiety. Is your fallability your vulnerabilities staying close to that conversation? You had at two in the morning with your sibling, or loved one or friend where you were giggling with shame or crying about something that was so personal to you think no one could understand. It is soon as you go into that stuff that is, I think that's where you win the. Plus brothers over the years built, an unusual, and unusually robust career making films and TV shows, together, they wrote and directed together. Sometimes separately in the beginning. Mark did a lot more acting but eventually j was doing a lot to most notably in transparent. They made the film's Cyrus Jeff who lives at home. And they made the HBO series. Togetherness that show was all consuming. Yeah. We wrote produced and directed every episode of that series like idiots. And the main issue is that we had completely lost our desire to hang out with each other. Because we were essentially hanging out together thirteen hours a day working, and we weren't spending any time together, as brothers and friends, and we always promised ourselves, we would keep an eye on that on that work and personal balance. They had had two successful seasons with HBO. And we were in the middle of. In writing season three, but there was a shakeup at HBO and we got the news that we were going to be cancelled. And neither of us wanted to be the first one to speak. And we were both scared about how relieved we were as opposed to actually emotionally crushed and didn't want to admit it to each other. And once we did it felt amazing. You know, we realized that there was no way we were going to cancel togetherness ourselves. There was no way the situation was too good. The money was too good. The creative opportunity to good people were loving the show. We're going to go in and drive that thing until it killed us. We had to actually have taken away from us. And that began the new phase of Jay's in my relationship..

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"cyrus jeff" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"cyrus jeff" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Well what what president robert done here he's hacked off a real revolt among his own colleagues zone uh party members in the senate these guys serve of jeff sessions they consider him a friend they went through a brutal confirmation process with him and they're upset of this idea that he would be uh uh whipped around like this much less forced out and they have basically told the white house no way we're not confirming another ag just because you want to push this guy out back chuck grassley who is the chairman of the district committees tweeted overnight uh the his schedules full he has no room for more confirmations he wrote no ag and i think it's just a sign of how upset they are about this crossed a red line for them but went scenario isn't the president cyrus jeff sessions and makes an interim appointment of an attorney general which doesn't require senate confirmation and then the new attorney general fire a special counsel robert muller what are you out of that now right but here's the thing yeah for the if the senate republicans are so upset they basically told the white house the they will block a recess appointment by refusing to go out of session completely they'll have what they called pro forma sessions they'll have a senator go into the chamber wants to be three days gabal you'll hit the gavel and that will counter the session to the president can't use his recess appointment powers that's the first time a senate we'll have done that to a president of their own party usually they do that president of the other party so they're really a very serious about this and i think that's one of the reasons why it looks like the president might be kind of uh beginning to back off a little bit.

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"cyrus jeff" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"cyrus jeff" Discussed on Fresh Air

"My guest is peter baker the new york times chief white house correspondent our interview was recorded yesterday this morning we call them to get an update on today's frontpage story that he koa wrote about republican opposition to trump's public campaign against his attorney general jeff sessions will hear that after a break this is fresh air support for this podcast on the following message comes from madison read revolutionizing the way women color their hair with an ammonia free formula in over forty multidimensional shades delivered right to your door on your schedule because gorgeous salonquality hair color is even more beautiful when it saves you time and money find your perfect shade at madison dash read dot com madison readers honoring fresh air listeners with ten percent off plus free shipping on their first color kit with promo code fresh air so president trump has made it clear he thinks jeff sessions shouldn't recused himself in the trump russia investigations and the president has basically invited jeff sessions to resign and it seemed to be on the verge of firing him what what did you report today about how republican senators are trying to oppose that well what what president trump is done here he's hacked off a rural bold among his own colleagues zoned a party members in the senate these guys serve of jeff sessions they consider him a friend they went through a brutal confirmation process with him and they're upset of defied the that he would be uh uh whipped around like this much less forced out and they have basically told the white house no way we're not confirming another ag just because you want to push this guy out back chuck grassley is the chairman of the district committee tweeted overnight uh the his schedules full he has no room for more confirmations he wrote no ag and i think it's just a sign of how upset they are about this costs of red line for them but went scenario isn't the president cyrus jeff sessions and makes an interim appointment of an attorney general which doesn't require senate confirmation.

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"cyrus jeff" Discussed on Bret Easton Ellis Podcast

Bret Easton Ellis Podcast

01:54 min | 5 years ago

"cyrus jeff" Discussed on Bret Easton Ellis Podcast

"People on social media were kind of out raise but some of the deals will be heard and that for the main with people especially the screen writer max landis got a lot of flack net which was pain in for the for those two scripts that him out of money yes with people don't understand that nepotism buying that forever more or less there's no you're in your you they're buying out your backend and away and a business were there is para little or no back and then you might if you're is even is any back and you might never see it so it is a kind of safety deal but a lot of people in town wanna make a lot of people want to be in business with enough let's and once netflix you know i think they were but when make that mean globally i don't i think they have about almost ninety million subscribers they haven't they're not available in china yet who knows a minute season hope couple limitless this is one of them to four race into studio movie making you know cyrus in just a looks at home really why read about you guys don't seem like it's actually happy experiences overall i like just not too you know might've been over this of a thousand times but was or something glaringly noticeable about the differences good can what you do independently and what was expected if you from a studio i mean the blue jay must have been a joy to make a quick fast paced enjoyed to make compared to what you might have to put up with this is is that true it is true oh you know blue jays who was not only a joy to make his i was with fifteen or twenty of my close friend making an obvious the way that i used to make movies and kid and the studio experience that i have with cyrus jeff was at home was a struggle now i'm one of the lucky ones in that i alternately got to make the product i wanted to make i just had to struggle a lot more to get that product made and i learned a very unfortunate thing in this is a big reason why don't make studio movies like that anymore well why don't.

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