Highlights - Max Stossel - Award-winning Poet, Filmmaker - Creator of "Words That Move” Stand-Up Poetry Special
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
3w ago
"Erin Richards directed it, who is a friend who was actually just going to work with me on the Aliens poem, which is a piece about helping men see the world through women's eyes through the analogy of: imagine if aliens invaded, and they were giant and super sexually attracted to dudes. And she was going to direct it. And she was like, Well, who's directing the whole show? And I said, maybe you are? And she sort of laughed and was like, Okay, let me see if I can take this on. And she was so wonderful, incredibly creative, and has this second gear that she kicks it ..read more
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Max Stossel - Award-winning Poet, Filmmaker, Speaker - Creator of "Words That Move” Stand-Up Poetry Special
Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process
by Interviewed by Mia Funk, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
3w ago
Max Stossel is an Award-winning poet, filmmaker, and speaker, named by Forbes as one of the best storytellers of the year. His Stand-Up Poetry Special Words That Move takes the audience through a variety of different perspectives, inviting us to see the world through different eyes together. Taking on topics like heartbreak, consciousness, social media, politics, the emotional state of our world, and even how dogs probably (most certainly) talk, Max uses rhyme and rhythm to make these topics digestible and playful. Words That Move articulates the deep-seated kernels of ..read more
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Highlights - Debra Fisher - Showrunner of Netflix’s “Ginny & Georgia” - Writer, Exec. Producer “Criminal Minds” , “Alias”
Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process
by Interviewed by Mia Funk, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
1M ago
"I need a balance of light and dark. It can't be just one thing. I want you to be laughing one minute and by the end I want you to be crying. For me, character study is what is the most important. It all comes down to the characters. It's less about action or things like that, which you can have some of that, but it tonally, has to be female-centric and you have to be crying and laughing. There's so many interesting shows that walk that line of light and dark. I want to always live in the gray area with characters. Always. Nothing is ever black or white. It's always a weird gray area.” "I like ..read more
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Highlights - Joëlle Gergis - Lead Author - IPCC Sixth Assessment Report - Author of “Humanity’s Moment”
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk & Eveline Mol, Climate Change & Environmental Solutions - Creative Process Original Series
1M ago
"It was difficult to actually write about my dad because as I mentioned in the book, he died in 2017, and he was obviously a really significant person in my life. He really instilled this whole idea that education is the key to a better life, and that it's the great equalizer. So my heritage is from Egypt, so they were not wealthy. When my dad studied at university, he was able to break out of his social background, and it allowed him to move into other areas and create a better life, not just for him but for us. And I think that it was very formative for me because it made me realize that any ..read more
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Joëlle Gergis - Lead Author - IPCC Sixth Assessment Report - Author of “Humanity’s Moment”
Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process
by Interviewed by Mia Funk & Eveline Mol, Climate Change & Environmental Solutions - Creative Process Original Series
1M ago
Dr. Joëlle Gergis is an award-winning climate scientist and writer at the Australian National University. She served as a lead author for the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report and is the author of Humanity’s Moment: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Sunburnt Country: The History and Future of Climate Change in Australia. Joëlle has also contributed chapters to The Climate Book by Greta Thunberg, and Not Too Late: Changing the Climate Story from Despair to Possibility, edited by Rebecca Solnit and Thelma Young Lutunatabua. "It was difficult to actually write about ..read more
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Highlights - Etgar Keret - Cannes Film Festival Award-winning Director - Author of “Fly Already”, “The Seven Good Years”
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
1M ago
"There is something about both my parents, but I think especially my mother, it's as if the horrible circumstances that they lived through being Jews in the Holocaust, my mother losing her entire family - it was horrible and traumatic, but it was almost like a very extreme human experiment. And it created something. It's like many times when you put somebody in extreme situations, and most of the time he will crush or she will crush, but sometimes, a superhero will be born. And there is something about my parents, when I came to work on the exhibition about my mother Inside Out, I re ..read more
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Etgar Keret - Cannes Film Festival Award-winning Director - Author of “Fly Already”, “Suddenly a Knock on the Door”
Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process
by Interviewed by Mia Funk, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
1M ago
Author, Screenwriter, and Director Etgar Keret is a recipient of the French Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, the Charles Bronfman Prize, and the Caméra d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival for Jellyfish, which he directed with his wife Shira Geffen. Most recently, they created the TV mini series The Middleman (L’Agent Immobilier) starring Mathieu Amalric. His books include the short story collections Fly Already, Suddenly a Knock on the Door, and his memoir The Seven Good Years. Etgar’s work has been translated into forty-five languages and has appeared in The New Yorker, The Paris Review,The Ne ..read more
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Highlights -Manuel Billeter - Cinematographer - “The Gilded Age” “Inventing Anna” “Jessica Jones” “Luke Cage”
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk & River Zhang, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
1M ago
"Another aspect of why I was drawn to The Gilded Age is because it's populated by so many strong female characters. And it looks like that's a common thread throughout the projects that I've done, there's always been a very strong female lead, an unusual female lead. And, I must say, I'm drawn to that kind of storytelling, and I'm drawn to those stories because I think it's important to tell those stories and to inhabit these stories from a very female perspective. When I first read the script for the pilot episode, what really sprung out, what I really thought was an interesting way of discov ..read more
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Manuel Billeter - Cinematographer - “The Gilded Age” “Inventing Anna” “Jessica Jones” “Luke Cage”
Feminism · Women’s Stories · The Creative Process
by Interviewed by Mia Funk & River Zhang, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
1M ago
Cinematographer Manuel Billeter has worked across a variety of iconic and groundbreaking shows and films including Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Law & Order, Person of Interest, Orange Is The New Black, Lawless, and Alfonso Cuarón’s Y tu mamá también.  Most recently he has been Director of Photography on the HBO Max series The Gilded Age, starring Carrie Coon and Christine Baranski, and Netflix’s Inventing Anna, starring Julia Garner. "Another aspect of why I was drawn to The Gilded Age is because it's populated by so many strong female characters. And it looks like that's a co ..read more
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Highlights - Abby Ajayi - Creator of “Riches” - Writer/Producer “Inventing Anna” “The First Lady”
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by Interviewed by Mia Funk & Naomi Zidon, The Creative Process Podcast - Arts, Culture and Society
1M ago
"I think leadership, particularly for women, can be a very dicey proposition because there's a lot of unconscious bias that we have to unpack, and sometimes that's internalized as well. And sometimes it's when you go before other people, but I think the confidence to know that one has earned one's place there. And it was important for me to remember, I do not have to be perfect because there is a perfectionism thing, you can and will make mistakes, and that shouldn't mean that you never get another opportunity or that you are punished for it. And if your collaborators aren't human and empathet ..read more
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