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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Albert Maysles. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Albert Maysles, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Albert Maysles. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Albert Maysles, often where they are interviewed.

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#28a - Albert Maysles

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For part one of this week's podcast, we're featuring a conversation with Albert Maysles from last year's New York Film Festival. The Q&A took place after a screening of his latest film, IRIS, which is now in theaters.

The legendary director passed away this past March, and his presence will be sorely missed, but he will live on through his hugely influential films.

Albert Maysles was an important member of our extended Film Society family. "Grey Gardens" premiered at the 13th New York Film Festival in 1975 and IRIS had its world premiere here at the 52nd NYFF last year.

The film follows Iris Apfel, the quick-witted, flamboyantly dressed 93-year-old style maven who has had an outsized presence on the New York fashion scene for decades. More than a fashion film, the documentary is a story about creativity and how, even in Iris' dotage, a soaring free spirit continues to inspire.

This podcast is produced by The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Apr 29 2015 · 28mins
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Things We Said Today #128 - News roundup - Ringo and Paul interviews, Albert Maysles, Cynthia Lennon deaths

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A rundown of recent Beatles news, including two new magazine interviews and the passings of two people whose lives helped shape Beatles history.
Apr 04 2015 · 59mins

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Honeymoon in Vegas/Remembering Albert Maysles

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An interview with actors Tony Danza and Rob McClure from Broadway’s "Honeymoon in Vegas," swapping tales about their early days in show business, followed by highlights from a conversation with the late “Grey Gardens” filmmaker Albert Maysles (1926-2015).
Mar 29 2015 · 26mins
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"Why Albert Maysles Mattered" (Episode 36)

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Kohn and Thompson discuss the legacy of Albert Maysles. From there, they explore the diversification of Lena Dunham's career and issues surrounding diversity in the film industry. They close by offering their picks among the week's new releases.
Mar 06 2015 · 45mins

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Albert Maysles Masterclass

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Join film legend Albert Maysles of Maysles Films in a conversation featuring selections from his unsurpassed body of work, which spans over 55 years of filmmaking. This masterclass is from Doc/Fest 2011. The inaugural recipient of The Sheffield Docfest Lifetime Achievement Award will take questions about his iconic work — from Gimme Shelter and Grey Gardens to Muhammad and Larry and current projects — and share his philosophy as a documentary filmmaker. He was the guest of honor at the Friday Night Gala Dinner.

Feb 13 2015 · 48mins
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Albert Maysles Interview

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Apr 08 2008 ·
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Art a GoGo Podcast #44 - "The Gates" a documentary by Albert Maysles and Antonio Ferrera

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Mar 16 2008 · 18mins
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Filmmaker Albert Maysles, co-director of the legendary documentary “Grey Gardens”

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The master filmmaker Albert Mayles discussing making his classic documentary Grey Gardens, which was adapted into a hit Broadway musical.
Mar 16 2008 · 25mins
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Albert Maysles

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Albert Maysles has been at the forefront of documentary filmmaking for more than 40 years. Collaborating with his brother David until David's death in 1987, Maysles directed and photographed such films as Salesman (1968), Gimme Shelter (1970), and Grey Gardens (1975). This discussion followed a screening of Salesman, an intimate, touching, and comic portrait of Bible salesmen, and one of the first documentary features to be released theatrically. The screening, part of the Museum's New York Film Critics Circle's series "Critics Choice: Great Documentaries," was moderated by New York Times film critic Matt Zoller Seitz.
Jan 20 2007 · 34mins