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February 10 2014


Scriptnotes episode 129: The One with the Guys from Final Draft

The makers of Final Draft pay us a visit to clear up John and Craig’s misconceptions of, well, everything. It’s double the umbrage for your money. Then we discuss Quentin Tarantino’s leaked script, the upcoming WGA negotiations, and how to make it clear you’re attached to direct your spec. Links: Final Draft Scriptnotes 126: Punching the Salty Ocean John’s post on Final Draft, software and people Deadline: WGA Claims AMPTP Wants Big Pension & Health Contribution Cuts In New Contract LA Times on Quentin Tarantino’s Gawker suit Ciclavia @chuckpalahniuk Outro by Scriptnotes listener Jakob Freudenthal You can download the episode here: AAC | mp3. UPDATE 2-6-14: The transcript of this episode can be found here.
Tags: film software

February 06 2014


DGS 014 – Der Schnitt auf Reisen | Der gute Schnitt - Podcast

Was passiert wenn der Schnitt nicht nur in seinem dunklen Kabuff sitzt, sondern sich aufmacht und mit der Crew durch die Weltgeschichte reist? Einige Antworten http://derguteschnitt.com/podcast/dgs-014-der-schnitt-auf-reisen/

DGS 011 – Wer kriegt den Job | Der gute Schnitt - Podcast

Heute bei uns in der Diskussion Vorbereitung von Podcasts Wer kriegt den Job Theo bekommt eine Anfrage Studentenfilme sind besser als Teile von http://derguteschnitt.com/podcast/dgs-011-wer-kriegt-den-job/

episode 001 | Der gute Schnitt - Podcast

DIE ERSTE Die erste Episode von Der gute Schnitt, dem Audio Podcast über Filmschnitt und Filme. Es geht um grundsätzliches und auch schon um spezielles. http://derguteschnitt.com/podcast/episode-001/

January 23 2014


Illusion Travels by Streetcar episode #1

Today we present, for your edification, the inauguration of a new podcast, wherein Joseph Garza Medina and Tom Sutpen set themselves to the task of explaining the medium of motion pictures to a bewildered public,
Tags: film

January 12 2014


#7: National Lampoon’s (Oy) Vacation | Not Playing with Lex and Dan

As the singer once sang, “Holiday ro-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-ad.” Join us as we in turn join the Griswolds on their road trip across the United States in 1983′s comedy classic Vacation. The question: Will Dan, who’s never seen the Chevy Chase film, actually enjoy it? Hot topics include casual 1980’s movie racism, Anthony Michael Hall, girls in Ferraris, slapstick comedy, and…Steve Jobs? You can support Not Playing by streaming the movie from Amazon, or ordering it on DVD or Blu-Ray. Prefer to show your support for podcasters via iTunes? Snag Vacation there instead. We’ll get rich! Believe it or not, this episode is brought to you by Squarespace. You can save 10% and support Not Playing if you use the offer code NOTPLAYING—no credit card required to start your free trial! As with every episode of Not Playing, there are two versions of this episode available: The Bite-Sized Version: We discuss what we know about the film before we watch, and then share our reactions immediately after the credits roll. The Commentary Track: We still discuss what we know about the film before we start watching it. Then, we provide a real-time commentary track on the film as it unfolds—and you can tag along. We’ll tell you when to press Play. http://notplaying.net/7-national-lampoons-oy-vacation/

January 06 2014


January 01 2014


Billy Crystal On Making Memories And Memoirs

This Program Is Rebroadcast From September 13, 2013

Billy Crystal joins us, on a life in comedy and being Billy Crystal.

Actor, author and perennial funny-man Billy Crystal has penned a new memoir of sorts,

Actor, author and perennial funny-man Billy Crystal has penned a new memoir of sorts, “Still Foolin’ Em: Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys?.”

Comedian Billy Crystal is 65 now, and can’t believe it.  The indignities.  The unfamiliar face in the mirror.  The sleepless nights that make every night like Yom Kippur, he says.  Long hours of regret and atonement.  Of course, being Billy Crystal, he makes it all very, very funny.  True, and even hard.  But always somehow sweet.  Sweetly, gut-turningly funny.  He was there in “When Harry Met Sally” and “City Slickers” and “Analyze This” and all those Oscar nights.  And now with us, looking back. Up next On Point:  Billy Crystal remembers.

- Tom Ashbrook


Billy Crystal, Tony Award and five-time Emmy Award-winning comedian, director, actor, and bestselling author. Nine-time Academy Award host, and author of the new memoir, Still Foolin’ ‘Em: Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys?(@billycrystal)

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USA Today: ‘Still Foolin’ ‘Em’ is still getting laughs for Billy Crystal (Book Review) — “He remembers all the highlights and a few disappointments in his career, which began when he was a substitute teacher and led to starring roles in When Harry Met Sallyand City Slickers. He offers only a few glimpses of the business part of showbiz and how hard he’s worked at making it look easy. Many names are dropped. As a kid on Long Island, his family doctor was Don Rickles’ cousin, ‘which is not why we chose him.’”

NPR Weekend Edition: Billy Crystal’s ‘Foolin,’ Full of Fun — And Feeling – “I went to my first game May 30, 1956, and Mantle was in the beginnings of his Triple Crown season. And he was drop-dead handsome. He was the blond-haired, blue-eyed kid that every small, dark Jewish kid wished he could be. And I saw him that day for the first time; I was 8 years old. And that day, he hit an incredible shot that went up through the clouds and hit 18 inches from going out of the ballpark. I just stood up and watched this thing go — and then I wanted to be Mickey Mantle.”

Excerpt from “Still Foolin’ ‘Em: Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys?” by Billy Crystal

December 28 2013


Cinematica: Podcast Judged Pt. 2

The lastest Podcasts from the movie review team at cinematica. Entertaining film reviews that help you get the most of your love of all things cinema http://www.cinematica.co.nz/podcasts/podcast/?tx_cinepodcasts%5Bcast%5D=133

Cinematica: Podcast Judged Pt. 1

The lastest Podcasts from the movie review team at cinematica. Entertaining film reviews that help you get the most of your love of all things cinema http://www.cinematica.co.nz/podcasts/podcast/?tx_cinepodcasts%5Bcast%5D=132

December 16 2013


FS #259: The Brothers Bloom / Rian Johnson / The Girlfriend Experience / Top 5 Con Movies | Filmspotting

May 29: FPPLE, Film Podcast seeks Podcast Listener Experience You: Must love dog racing, the collected works of Rush, and listening to riveting discussions of Steven Soderbergh's films, including.. http://www.filmspotting.net/reviews/show-archive/25-2009/428-fs-259-the-brothers-bloom--rian-johnson--the-girlfriend-experience--top-5-con-movies-.html
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