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“Mis almuerzos con Orson Welles. Conversaciones entre Henry Jaglom y Orson Welles”, de Peter Biskind (02/03/2021)

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“Mis almuerzos con Orson Welles” (2015) es un libro editado por Peter Biskind (1940) y publicado por Anagrama que recoge las conversaciones que el mítico cineasta (1915-1985) tuvo con su colega Henry Jaglom (1938). Partiendo de esta base, aprovechamos para hablar acerca de la carrera de Welles y de algunas de las tantas películas que dirigió y protagonizó.

23mins

2 Mar 2021

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Criterion Reflections – Episode 72 – Henry Jaglom’s A Safe Place

Criterion Reflections

Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. Each episode of this third season of the podcast features conversations with a variety of guests offering insights on movies that originally premiered in 1971 and were destined to eventually bear the Criterion imprint. In this episode, David is joined by Derek J. Power and Jordan Essoe to discuss A Safe Place, starring Tuesday Weld and Jack Nicholson, and directed by Henry Jaglom. Episode Links: Henry Jaglom Wikipedia Official website Los Angeles Times (1987) Hollywood Reporter (2009) Tuesday Weld Wikipedia A Trip Down Memory Lane ElvisPresley.com TV Overmind The Rake A Safe Place The Criterion Collection Wikipedia New York Times (1971) Los Angeles Free Press (1972) Basement Rejects Criterion Confessions Every 70s Movie Naturalistic! Uncanny! Marvelous! Tuesday’s interview begins at 33:10 in this full episode recording (including ads!) PREVIOUSLY: BEWARE OF A HOLY WHORE UP NEXT: THE LAST PICTURE SHOW MORE! Criterion Reflections blog (1922 – 1967) Criterion Reflections columns on CriterionCast (1968) The Eclipse Viewer A Journey Through the Eclipse Series CONTACT US: David Blakeslee [  Website / Twitter / Facebook / Letterboxd ] Jordan Essoe [ Website / Instagram ] Derek J. Power [ Website ]

14 Mar 2020

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Criterion Reflections – Episode 72 – Henry Jaglom’s A Safe Place

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Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. Each episode of this third season of the podcast features conversations with a variety of guests offering insights on movies that originally premiered in 1971 and were destined to eventually bear the Criterion imprint. In this episode, David is joined by Derek J. Power and Jordan Essoe to discuss A Safe Place, starring Tuesday Weld and Jack Nicholson, and directed by Henry Jaglom. Episode Links: Henry Jaglom Wikipedia Official website Los Angeles Times (1987) Hollywood Reporter (2009) Tuesday Weld Wikipedia A Trip Down Memory Lane ElvisPresley.com TV Overmind The Rake A Safe Place The Criterion Collection Wikipedia New York Times (1971) Los Angeles Free Press (1972) Basement Rejects Criterion Confessions Every 70s Movie Naturalistic! Uncanny! Marvelous! Tuesday’s interview begins at 33:10 in this full episode recording (including ads!) PREVIOUSLY: BEWARE OF A HOLY WHORE UP NEXT: THE LAST PICTURE SHOW MORE! Criterion Reflections blog (1922 – 1967) Criterion Reflections columns on CriterionCast (1968) The Eclipse Viewer A Journey Through the Eclipse Series CONTACT US: David Blakeslee [  Website / Twitter / Facebook / Letterboxd ] Jordan Essoe [ Website / Instagram ] Derek J. Power [ Website ]

14 Mar 2020

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Henry Jaglom On Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

No matter how many times I sit down with Filmmaker Henry Jaglom, he’s always got a slew of new and stupendous stories to tell. This time he shared more than a few which he said he’s never told before, and they’re doozies. Raised by sophisticated, successful parents, Henry’s mother encouraged his love of theatre, nurturing his creative, empathetic nature, in contrast to his father’s keen business acumen. Showbiz called. First as a comedian with his pal, Ritchie Pryor, then as an actor (Gidget, The Flying Nun). He gave up comedy when Richard was funnier and acting when his friend__ scored the part he was up for. I can’t ruin it… it’s too good. He was asked by Bert Schneider to do an edit on Easy Rider. How that came to be, and who his editing partner was, is, well, great stuff. There are girlfriends Georgia Brown, Karen Black, Brenda Vaccaro, Tuesday Weld, Natalie Wood… a first told story about his meeting Dudley Moore and then introducing him to Tuesday. Meeting Orson Wells. How their friendship began, the films they did together, the meals they shared for years, recently transcribed in Henry’s, My Lunches with Orson. There’s Peter Bogdanovich, Paul Mazursky, Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Jessica Walter, Dennis Hopper, Jack Nicholson, Bob Rafelson, Hal Prince, the impactful director, whose name slipped for the moment… winning an Oscar, producing anti-war shows with Jane Fonda, painting the sign for the Original Improv, sketching his friends before they were famous, and now getting a book deal for that art. His films, 21 of them. With a dream for 4 more, he explains why. And a book, 19 years in the writing, with an offer, made to anyone who comes up with the perfect title. If you love movies, and who doesn’t… and the people who make them, this time with Henry will thrill. 

 Henry Jaglom​ on The Road Taken, Celebrity Maps to Success Wed, 3/28/18, 7 pm PT/ 10 pm ET With Christinna Guzman Live on the Facebook Full show replay here: https://bit.ly/2qiEqdM All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Soundcloud http://bit.ly/2hktWoS Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fl tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj This week's BROADcast is brought to you by Rick Smolke​ of Quik Impressions​, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com And, Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products​ for tresses like the stars she coifs, and regular peoples, like me. I love my hair, and I loves Nicole. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/

1hr 53mins

1 Nov 2018

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Henry Jaglom

Love, Alexi

Filmmaker Henry Jaglom joins Alexi to talk movie making, love, relationships, Harvey Weinstein, and so much more!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

2hr 21mins

25 Oct 2017

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691 Henry Jaglom, director, Tanna Frederick, actress, "Queen of the Lot"

Mr. Media Interviews by Bob Andelman

Today's Guest: Actress Tanna Frederick, star of Queen of the Lot and Irene in Time. Order from Amazon.com by clicking the DVD above Scorsese and DeNiro have this kind of relationship. So do Spielberg and Hanks. And Scorsese has it with DiCaprio, too, now that I think of it. Every so often, a director finds his match with an actor who “gets” their material, their vibe, their je ne sais qua. That’s what’s happening between writer/director Henry Jaglom and actress Tanna Frederick. HENRY JAGLOM audio excerpt: "The chemistry between Noah Wyle and Tanna Frederick takes this film to a whole other level. Every review is talking about it. They have this strange, funny, romantic chemistry; you can't take your eyes off of them." Order 'Irene in Time' starring Tanna Frederick and Henry Jaglom, available from Amazon.com by clicking on the DVD cover above! Queen of the Lot — a sequel to Hollywood Dreams — opens at selected theaters in Los Angeles on Friday, November 19. It is the third movie that Jaglom has written and directed in which Frederick has starred; they also worked together on Irene in Time. Queen is actually their fourth collaboration, I believe, if you count her starring in his play, “Just 45 Minutes From Broadway,” which ran for several months this summer at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica, California and which they’ve already filmed for a movie. In her three Jaglom starring roles, Frederick typically plays some version of an emotional train wreck. Different characters in Irene in Time and Hollywood Dreams/Queen of the Lot, but – like DeNiro working under Scorsese’s direction — a recognizable, consistent presence. Jaglom is a writer and director with whom many in Hollywood — particularly women — would love to work, not because his films are big blockbusters but because of the detail and sensitivity he gives to women’s roles. His career goes back to his days as an editor on Easy Rider with Dennis Hopper, although this Lee Strasburg-trained Method actor also appeared in TV shows such as "Gidget" and "The Flying Nun." (As a boy, I loved "The Flying Nun." Talk about a concept ripe for a remake!) An interesting note about Jaglom’s career: he wrote and co-starred in Orson Welles’ final film, 1987’s Someone to Love, which also introduced the world to David Duchovny. In recent years, Jaglom has worked with a regular ensemble of actors, led by Tanna Frederick (Listen) and including Karen Black (Listen) and David Proval (Listen), all of whom have previously been guests on Mr. Media. Queen of the Lot Website Tanna Frederick Website • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • Pinterest • YouTube The Millionaire's Convenient Arrangementby Jane Peden. Order your copy today by clicking on the book cover above!     The Party Authority in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland!

30mins

29 Jul 2017

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Henry Jaglom and Tanna Frederick on their film OVATION, independent filmmaking, and a NEW Virtural Reality Series DEFROST

The Road to Cinema Podcast

Director Henry Jaglom and actress Tanna Frederick discuss their NEW film Ovation, a dramedy set behind the scenes of a stage play. We also discuss Tanna's new virtual reality series Defrost which premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Ovation is currently playing in limited theatrical release and you can rent or purchase on-demand through Amazon. You can also learn more from Ovation's Facebook page.

58mins

3 Aug 2016

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#7 - Henry Jaglom - FILMMAKER - EASY RIDER - TRACKS - ALWAYS - MY LUNCHES WITH ORSON WELLES

The Road to Cinema Podcast

A conversation with director Henry Jaglom. We discuss Mr. Jaglom's involvement re-editing Easy Rider with Jack Nicholson, the Oscar winning Vietnam war documentary Hearts and Minds, his friendship with Orson Welles documented in the book My Lunches with Orson, and Mr. Jaglom's new film The M Word.

1hr 12mins

20 Sep 2014

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The M Word / Film School interview with Director Henry Jaglom and Actress Tanna Frederick

KUCI: Film School

The M Word follows the personal changes at a local TV station that is threatened by economic downturn, possible in-house theft and massive job loss. They decide to subvert all of this by taking on an ill-advised documentary about Menopause. In the midst of impending lay-offs, Moxie (Tanna Frederick) suddenly finds herself leading an extraordinary band of rebelling women better treatment and a more secure future. Director Henry Jaglon (Irene in Time, Festival in Cannes, Always, Can She Bake a Cherry Pie, Eating) and actress Tanna Frederick (Just 45 Minutes to Broadway, Queen of the Lot, Irene in Time, Hollywood Dreams) stop by for a free-wheeling conversation on filmmaking, comedy, acting, love, life and the shockingly taboo subject of menopause.

14 Apr 2014

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Henry Jaglom on Orson Welles

The 7th Avenue Project

In this interview, filmmaker Henry Jaglom describes the Orson Welles he knew and loved. Their friendship began in 1970, when the upstart Jaglom impertinently asked Welles to be in his first movie ("A Safe Place") and the master improbably assented, and it continued until Welles's death in 1985. They were frequent dining companions at LA's then-trendy Ma Maison, and Henry recorded many of their conversations. Now film historian Peter Biskind has transcribed and edited some of the Welles-Jaglom tapes into a book, "My Lunches with Orson." Though the dishy parts have drawn most of the media attention, I was more interested in the sheer breadth and insight (both Orson's and Henry's) on display.

1hr 8mins

25 Aug 2013