SORT BY Relevancy
Writer & Director Maude Michaud talks with Hannah Neurotica about directing her first real sex scene in RED, the ever present theme of Cinephilia in her work and the story behind Bloody Breasts: A web series about women in the horror industry. Not to mention details about her panel at The Fantasia Film Festival!
Music by Kitty In A Casket TOPICS:
RED (the experience of directing a sex scene, themes of cinephilia in Maude's films, old video stores, etc)
Hollywood Skin (body image, self-esteem and making extreme cinema)
Bloody Breasts (the story behind the web serial documentary and it's future)
Women & Horror Flilm Panel presented by Maude Michaud at The Fantasia Film Festival (did you miss it? Hear the details!)
ALERT:There is apparently a sound problem with this interview which is incredibly sad considering how important Maude's stories are! I am so sorry for the recording troubles. I ask you- pretty please try and ignore the background noise and listen anyway. It's is so worth it! <3 I am currently working to fix the problem for future episodes. xxx Again, my deepest apologies.
In this episode, we tackle the issue of garbage incineration and its effects on the Fraser valley. Special guest John Vissers from the Fraser valley conservancy will join us to explain in details the battle over our air.
we also shine a spotlight on Maude Barlow of the Council of Canadian
ENVISION THIS: The Commons provides us a self-organized system by which communities manage resources with minimal or no reliance on the Market or State
The first two listeners to join our conversation at 646-652-2235 will receive FREE copies of Think Like a Commoner!
David Bollier is an author, activist, blogger and consultant who spends a lot of time exploring the commons as a new paradigm of economics, politics and culture. David has written, co-authored or co-edited thirteen books. His most recent, Think Like a Commoner, describes the logic, worldview and ethics of the commons, and the burgeoning international movement of commoners, especially in Europe and the global South. He says, “The book provides a succinct overview of the great diversity of commons in the world and the many pernicious enclosures now being fought.” It has received glowing endorsements from Bill McKibben, Ralph Nader, Maude Barlow, David Korten, Michel Bauwens and Peter Barnes.
David says, “the commons is not so much a fixed, universal thing as a general concept describing durable, dynamic sets of social relationships for managing resources -- all sorts of resources: digital, urban, natural, indigenous, rural, cultural, scientific, to use some crude categories. Each commons has its own distinctive character because each is shaped by its particular location, history, culture and social practices. The term commoning means to suggest that the commons is really more of a verb than a noun. It is a set of ongoing practices, not an inert physical resource.” He will discuss how the commons manages resources with minimal or no reliance on the Market or State and protects the wealth that we inherit or create together and must pass on, undiminished or enhanced, to our children.
Maude Stephany, aka The Bee Mama, empowers people to learn to live in harmony with bees and other pollinators! She give bees the tools to help them in their day to day life, especially to help them pollinate.
Many people feel like there is nothing you can do when you hear all the sad stories about many bee deaths, colony collapse disorder and the possibility of extinction. Maudes tools are easy to integrate into your life, and help to improve the overall health of pollinators (mostly bees).
Here is the link to The Bee Mama!! www.thebeemama.com www.twitter.com/TheBeeMama https://www.facebook.com/thebeemama
Strongwords Writing Services www.strongwordswriting.com https://www.facebook.com/StrongwordsWritingServices
Writers, this is your show! Tune in, call in, get what you need, and get back to work. Write Out Loud segments will feature interviews with emergent and seasoned writers, publishers, agents, and others with your host CC Styles. This week's guest will be Maude Smith, regional historial and emergent writer of a historical fiction novel "Hester" about the oldest living slave in North Carolina.
in Self Help
What to do, What to do.....I have a show tonight, uh, what to DO? I know, go back to watching Sunday morning T.V...
Channel 110 has "Gidget" on. Sally Fields, she's always happy. What's on MeTV? "The Exes", now there's a funny way to face divorce. Rerun, like my life (3 marriges, ya know - all over with). Next. Just flip the 'dial'....Chantex comercial tellilng me the side effects of 'non smoking' chewing gum may include my mental health. Humm. Sure, OK. *flip* Sports choices? Bowling, Bull Riding and Golf. Oh Boy! I mean, geeesh. No football, and its Sunday! Movie channels (but you'll have to focus...): Gladiator; Jack Nichelson something, gotta be serious. Old Western flick, "Santa Fe Trail". Wait, Ronald Regon stars in this one, you can't be serious! HBO has "Wardens", "Warm Bodys" and "Bullet to the Head". Man, all so serious and sad. If not deep following focus. Where's 'The Andy Griffith Show", or "The Jetsons"? "Maude", "Leave it to Beaver" or "Barney Miller" when you need them....
You see, and especially the early months of a TBI, the mixed up moments are confusing to a situation. You may laugh in church, or cry unexpetedly at the dinner table. Ignore a solem seating, or overlook safety. And more, much more. Uh, you have rattled your brain with a TBI, all parts and functions! Some memories or thoughts, ways will return, some not. Again, you have RATTLED your brain, bruised parts, killed parts. Bruising will heal, in due time. The dead cells? Already being 'buried' with brand new cells (don't drink!). Call, or have your Mom call me. I and WE have been through this....
THE FRENCH CONNECTION, THE EXORCIST, 2001 ... and FOUL PLAY? Hey, don't laugh. Well, DO! It IS a comedy, but a comedy which, like a handful of seminal films, have gone on to set cinematic trends and define a genre forever. Written & directed by HAROLD & MAUDE and SILVER STREAK film scribe Colin Higgins, with FOUL PLAY the plot heavy Hitchcock-ian thriller and laugh-out-loud comedy would fuse so successfully (both critically and financially) a new wave of comedy "cross-genre" films would emerge in it's wake, hits such as THE IN LAWS, GHOSTBUSTERS, 48HRS. and BACK TO THE FUTURE.
Get the inside story on the making of this comedy / thriller classic, as well as Colin Higgins' meteoric rise from chauffer / pool cleaner to one of the most powerful film makers in 80s era Hollywood; and how he'd leave behind a charitable legacy which 30 yrs. later (as did his films) continues to influence and effect change.
* THE COLIN HIGGINS FOUNDATION: http://www.colinhiggins.org/about/
* "THE GRINDHOUSE: With Craig & Jim" on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGrindhouseWithCraigJim
* THE GULLCOTTAGE / SANDLOT Film Blog - Film Reference Library: http://gullcottageonline.com/
It was the eve of Broncos-Cowboys, a VSR was a must. We spoke a bit about the upcoming Dallas slaughter, then discussed important educational items such as the fact that bears can go bald and we uncovered the surprising fact that Maude Flanders was the tie that bound the Simpsons together as a good show.
Burl Barer is a Edgar Award winning author and two-time Anthony Award nominee with extensive media, advertising, marketing, and public relations experience. Garnering accolades for his creative contributions to radio, television, and print media, Barer’s career has been highlighted in The Hollywood Reporter, London Sunday Telegraph, New York Times, USA Today, Variety, Broadcasting, Electronic Media, and on ABC’s Good Morning America.
Barer wrote, produced, and often voiced, national radio and television spots for such performing artists as Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, Billy Joel, Carly Simon, Eric Clapton, Moody Blues, Fleetwood Mac, Liza Minelli, Temptations, Four Tops, and many more. Barer also created and produced national radio and/or television campaigns for Warner/Electra/Atlantic, Media One, Management III, and Seattle Pacific Industries. Other national/regional clients have included Penzoil, Safeway, Superlube, Black Angus Restaurants, the Aladdin Theater for the Performing Arts, and the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas. Barer wrote and produced the national electronic media campaigns for such cult classic films as King of Hearts, Harold and Maude, Ken Russell’s Mahler, Orson Welles’ F for Fake, The Four Musketeers, Academy Award winner The Man who Skied Down Everest, and the animated Allegro Non Tropo. His credits also include audio production for the award winning PBS series Images of Indians, 20th Century Art, Stained Glass Masters, and numerous television appearances. Most recently, Barer is featured with fellow author Tom Robbins in august 2006 release on DVD of the acclaimed documentary, Surrealism http://caribbeanradioshow.com ,http://crsradio.com 661-467-2407
Join Host Live Chats
There are no live chats in progress