Shep Gordon  

Shep Gordon is an American talent manager, Hollywood film agent and producer. He is best known as the manager of Alice Cooper as well as other celebrities and musicians including: Anne Murray, Blondie, Teddy Pendergrass and Luther Vandross. Gordon is credited with being one of the originators of the celebrity chef movement. He is featured in the documentary directed by Mike Myers entitled: Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon.

Lance caught up with Shep at his home in Hawaii to talk: how he got into the management business, the Mike Myers documentary, the Dali Lama and more.

EPLpod: Can Jesus really save Manchester City?  

Can Jesus save Manchester City? 

Arsenal manage to get a late winner against Joey Barton's Burnley, United draw against Stoke, and Liverpool lose to Swansea... at home... LOL! 

1. A Sappy Love Film 2. Support EPLpod 3. EatMyGoal 

Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and the Cinematography of Comic Book Television (with Manuel Billeter) GCS112  

Manuel Billeter is the cinematographer behind the lens of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and the upcoming Iron Fist and he joins us to discuss the cinematography of comic book TV shows. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter Shutterstock The Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Winter Light by Tiny Music Spotlight: Manuel Billeter Comic book television shows have been on the rise with no signs of slowing down and two of the stand-out shows in this genre were shot by today’s guest. Manuel Billeter is the cinematographer of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and the upcoming Iron Fist, and he joins us today to discuss his techniques for bringing these characters to life. his lighting, camera, and lensing choices and even a little sneak peek into the upcoming Defenders. The benefits of a formal film education The rise of comic book television shows on Netflix Why shooting a show for Netflix is “liberating” Shooting night exteriors on Jessica Jones How 1970's blaxploitation films inspired Luke Cage Using Cineo LED lights Manuel’s love of wide lenses for Jessica Jones and Luke Cage How to shoot and light hero characters A sneak peak at Defenders? and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Manuel Billeter on Vimeo Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema Shutterstock - Premium Footage and Images

23.1.1962: Premiere des Filmklassikers "Jules et Jim"  

Am 23. Januar 1962 feierte in Paris ein Film von François Truffaut Premiere. Mit seiner Darstellung einer Dreierbeziehung zwischen zwei Männern und einer Frau begründete "Jules et Jim" den Ruhm des Regisseurs.

Film Sack 320: Phenomenon  

An ordinary man sees a bright light descend from the sky, and discovers he now has super-intelligence and telekinesis.

Film Sack 320: Phenomenon  

An ordinary man sees a bright light descend from the sky, and discovers he now has super-intelligence and telekinesis.

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Deutsche Filme auf dem Sundance Film Festival  

Autor: Stuflesser, Wolfgang
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183: Terry Sweeney  

TERRY SWEENEY is a prolific writer, executive producer, sketch comedian, and actor, who, in 1985, became the first open gay actor in "Saturday Night Live’s" history. Also a writer for SNL, Sweeney co-wrote the cult southern film SHAG IN 1989, wrote for FOX’S "Mad TV," WB’s sketch show "Hype," and Sci-Fi Channel’s "Tripping the Rift." As an actor, Sweeney has had memorable guest roles on syndicated hit shows like Family Matters and Seinfeld. In 2015, Sweeney released a collection of autobiographical humor essays, entitled, “Irritable Bowels and the People Who Give You Them". 

Pitch Please Episode 20: Gangster Ft. Ahir Shah  

We're gonna make you a podcast you can't refuse You know the drill. The premise of Pitch Please is simple: with the help of esteemed guests we pitch a movie on a theme following the traditional narrative form of setup, conflict and resolution. We then set up a meeting with Hollywood, gather the funds but instead spend the allowing all 195 countries entry into the football world cup. This week with the help of comedian Ahir Shah we pitch a bloody gangster film. Ahir on Twitter: @AhirShah Ahir's Website: If you enjoy please leave us a review! Twitter - @sinemapodcast. Facebook - The Sinema Podcast. Email -

Caitlin Moran  

Kirsty Young's castaway this week is the writer Caitlin Moran. A columnist for The Times newspaper for 25 years, she's published five books and co-wrote the Channel 4 sitcom Raised by Wolves. The eldest of eight children, and raised on benefits on a council estate in Wolverhampton, she was taken out of school by her parents aged eleven and educated herself at the library and by watching television, reading all the classics and learning from popular culture. She started writing early and after winning several writing competitions, her first novel, The Chronicles of Narmo, was published when she was just sixteen. She became a music journalist for Melody Maker and, not long after that, started writing regular columns for The Times covering everything from politics and feminism to musings on her own background. She is currently finishing her sixth book and writing several film scripts. She has been married to the music journalist Peter Paphides since 1999 and they have two daughters. Producer: Cathy Drysdale.

82. Bernard-Henri Lévy (Philosopher) The Mirror of Our Better Selves  

Since 2008, Big Think has been sharing big ideas from creative and curious minds. The Think Again podcast takes us out of our comfort zone, surprising our guests and Jason Gots, your host, with unexpected conversation starters from Big Think’s interview archives.

The Washington Post has this to say about today's guest: "There is no American equivalent of Bernard-Henri Lévy. Known as “BHL,” he is among the last of a quintessentially French breed, the 20th century intellectuel engagé. As a “nouveau philosophe” disenchanted with Marxism, communism and the excesses of 1968, when civil unrest roiled France, Levy has enjoyed a long and theatrical career since the 1970s, embracing journalism, philosophy, film and an outspoken advocacy for human rights."

BHL's films include the documentaries Bosna! And A Day in the Death of Sarajevo. Lévy is co-founder of the antiracist group SOS Racisme and has served on diplomatic missions for the French government. His newest book The Genius of Judaism explores what he sees as the crucial metaphysical role of Jewish thought and the Jewish people in the life of nations.

Today's episode addresses torture, the question of evil, and the tipping point at which democracy becomes something else. 

Surprise conversation starter interview clips in this episode: Paul Bloom on Torture, and Ian Bremmer on America as a Superpower.

About Think Again - A Big Think Podcast: You've got 10 minutes with Einstein. What do you talk about? Black holes? Time travel? Why not gambling? The Art of War? Contemporary parenting? Some of the best conversations happen when we're pushed outside of our comfort zones. Each week on Think Again, we surprise smart people you may have heard of with short clips from Big Think's interview archives on every imaginable subject. These conversations could, and do, go anywhere.

The Count of St Germain (Part 2)  

If you wished you could do all the things the Count of Saint Germain could do, meet all the people he had met, and learn all the secrets of life he seemed to possess, and on top of it all, have several lifetimes to employ your skills, what then? The question is, what would you do with these gifts? Would you be content to merely be the life of the party, or would you try and make a difference in the affairs of nations and enlighten humanity, even if it cost you your freedom or your once immortal life? Depending on your answer, the bigger question might be, does it take the right person to seek the mysteries, or do the mysteries seek the right person? Tonight's Quote: “I thought, with all due respect to Madame la Comtesse, that the devil had long since made a mantle out of the skin of this personage.” — Madame d’Adhemar’s maid, as she explained that the Count of Saint Germain was waiting to see her. From d’Adhemar’s book, “Souvenirs de la Marie Antoinette” published in 1836. Show Links: We've found that some sites are not showing these links as clickable unless they are URLs, so until those outlets improve their show notes section, we are providing actual URLs next to the clickable description of each link to make things easier for our listeners! Jessie Desmond's Timeline of the Count's appearances on her blog, Finding Count St. Germain Extraordinary savant, Daniel Tammett The Oldest People in the World Emma Morano, last person alive born in 1800s, turns 117 Travis J. Dow's collection of podcasts on Podcastnik, with Pete Collman Direct to: Travis J. Dow & Pete Collman's History of Alchemy podcast Jessie Desmond's Finding Count St. Germain blog The Elixir of Life The Philosopher's Stone The Count of St. Germain, on Wikipedia Is the fantastic American actor and comedian Kevin Pollak The Count? - He kinda looks like him! François-Marie Arouet, the man known as Voltaire The alchemy website on Alchemy on Wikipedia Thomas Sleman's book, Strange but True: Mysterious and Bizarre People, Who Were They and Where Did They Go Other books by Thomas Sleman Jacobite rising of 1745 Major-General, Lord Robert Clive, aka "Clive of India" Seven Years' War on Wikipedia The Seven Years' War on The History Channel Prince Charles "Karl" of Hesse-Kassel Rosicrucianism on Wikipedia Étienne François, duc de Choiseul Joanna Elisabeth of Holstein-Gottorp Catherine the Great Biography of Catherine II, aka Catherine the Great Peter III of Russia Hotel de Ville, Paris Napoleon III Francis Rákóczi II, possible father of The Count of St. Germain? The Bilderberg Group Bilderberg Meetings' official website Bohemian Grove List of Bohemian Club members Ambrose Bierce's An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge The Ambrose Bierce Project PBS Documentary: Uranium - Twisting the Dragon's Tail Manhattan Project Harry Shearer's film, Teddy Bear's Picnic Casebook on the Men In Black, by Jim Keith Vlad III, aka "Vlad the Impaler" or "Vlad Dracula" Principality of Wallachia Zuul the Gatekeeper, from Ghostbusters Have Scientists Found a Way to Actually Reduce the Effects of Aging? Special Offers from our Special Sponsors: Blue Apron – Home cooking never tasted so good or was so much fun to make! Go to to get 3 meals FREE on your 1st order, with FREE SHIPPING The Great Courses Plus — Go to and get one month of free, unlimited access to over 500 courses and 8000 lectures on a wide range of subjects Start 2017 off right for your business by getting the right people hired. Post jobs for free at Critical Mass: The Young Adult Cancer Alliance - Text the word "CRITICAL" to 82623 to make a difference to an adolescent or young adult with cancer. Data rates may apply. The Dark Myths Collective Credits: Episode 059 - "The Count of Saint Germain, Part 2" Produced by Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess; Edited by Sarah Vorhees,

xXx: The Return of Xander Cage Review  

Phenom is joined by T'ara to review the third xXx film (no not the porno). xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. Did bringing back Vin Diesel revitalize this franchise? No...No it didn't. Stream or download the full review.



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Donald Trump Says He'll Put America First  

Making his inauguration speech, the 45th President of the United States vowed to put America first. Donald Trump's address was relatively short, big on patriotism yet somewhat bleak, painting a picture of a nation in the grip of crime, drugs, unemployment and dereliction. He pledged to bring about huge change. We ask two Republican party insiders how likely that is and how he intends to achieve it. Plus a former Prime Minister of Finland helps us assess the geopolitical implications for Europe, and the Executive Director of America's largest grassroots environmental organisation discusses the new administration's energy policy. In other news, the Gambia's defeated leader Yahya Jammeh says he has decided to relinquish power, after hours of talks with regional leaders and the threat by a regional military force to make him leave. We ask an expert from the Chatham House Africa programme if the country and the region can quickly put this damaging episode behind it. Molly Wood from Marketplace radio tells us about a new film exploring the contentious beginnings of the McDonalds chain of restaurants. Jon Bithrey is joined by two guests on opposite sides of the Pacific - business columnist and commentator Diane Brady in New York and Clive Hunton of ABC News Radio in Australia's capital Canberra. (Picture: Donald Trump is sworn in - Picture Credit: Pool / Getty Images)

Call The Midwife, Nicole Kidman, Miriam Margolyes  

As Call The Midwife returns to our screens we hear from it's creator and Executive Producer, Heidi Thomas. She shares some of the upcoming story lines including Thalidomide and FGM. The actor Miriam Margolyes talks about her life and career as part of our series 'The Chain'. How easy was it to raise a family on a vegan diet in the 1970s? Joanne O'Connell the author of The Homemade Vegan and Dilys Cluer who has been a vegan since 1948 discuss. Older parents: we hear from Sue Tollefsen who gave birth to her daughter Freya when she was 57 and Charlotte who is now 23 about what it's like to have an older dad. Nicole Kidman talks about her new film 'Lion' based on the true story of a five year old boy who gets lost on the streets of Calcutta and ends up being adopted by a couple in Australia. The poet Theresa Lola performs her poem 'Notes on Loving Your Grandfather with Dementia'. Samantha Ellis, author of a new book Take Courage, tells us why she believes Anne Bronte's writing is every bit as accomplished and radical as her sisters' work. Presented by Jenni Murray Producer: Rabeka Nurmahomed Editor: Jane Thurlow.

Lion, Raising Martha, Laszlo Krasznahorkai, material/rearranged/to/be - Siobhan Davies, Apple Tree Yard  

Lion is the film about a young Indian orphan adopted by Australian parents who finds his way back to the village where he was born by using the internet. starring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman. Could it be Oscar-winning material? Raising Martha is a new comedy play at London's Park Theatre - it's farce about frogs, families, dozy policemen and digging up corpses. Hungarian prize-winning novelist Laszlo Krasznahorkai's latest novel The Last Wolf tells a story in one 74 page sentence - does this feat overwhelm the content? Siobhan Davies' dance work material/rearranged/to/be is at London's Barbican BBC TV has a new Sunday night drama: Apple Tree Yard. Adapted from Louise Doughty's best-selling thriller novel, what makes it feel new? Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Bridget Minamore, Elizabeth Day and Inua Ellams. The producer is Oliver Jones.

Hollywood lessons learned from 2016 box office  

Yes, 2016 generated an all-time high in box office revenue, but when you adjust for inflation how successful was it, really? Is Hollywood heading for major crash, a-la the music business of the 90s and the publishing biz of the oughts?

We cover that in this episode, as well as:

What were the Top-10 highest-grossing films of 2016? The influence of Chinese investors and the Chinese government on Hollywood. What year set the record for attendance, not for revenue? Why it's better to root for the Dark Side. The evil that is Herbie the Love Bug.


5 Box Office Lessons From 2016: From Franchise Fatigue to Fading Movie Stars China extends Hollywood push with $1 billion Paramount investment

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Interview — Marie Desplechin nous parle d'adolescence et d'écriture  

Mélissa a rencontré Marie Desplechin à l'occasion de la sortie du film Jamais contente adapté de sa série de romans. L'auteure-journaliste-scénariste nous parle de l'importance de raconter des histoires et de ce qu'elle aime écrire, avec un enthousiasme et un optimisme sacrément contagieux ! La version vidéo et plus d'infos sur Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne Youtube pour ne rater aucune de nos interviews

FilmWeek Marquee: ‘Split,’ ‘xXx: The Return of Xander Cage,’ ‘The Red Turtle’ and ‘The Founder’  

Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Christy Lemire, Charles Solomon and Peter Rainer review this week's most memorable releases. TGI-FilmWeek!

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