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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jeffrey Wolf. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jeffrey Wolf, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jeffrey Wolf. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jeffrey Wolf, often where they are interviewed.

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Need a treat to beat the summer heat? How about chilling with Jim and his special guest Jeffrey Wolf whose specialty was spreading holiday cheer Disney-style from California to Hong Kong and even out to sea? Bonus: he was also best friends with everyone's favorite Disney wizard! Come share the magic!
Jul 30 2020 · 37mins
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What Has Range Done For You? - Keegan Smith, Lucas Hardie, Jeffrey Wolf & Brando Hasick

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Better range of strength can change your path in life! Here are the stories of Keegan, Jeff, Lucas, Brando and Troy about how RANGE has changed their lives. What's your range experience?
Mar 16 2020 · 15mins

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RANGE OF STRENGTH Podcast: Episode 1 - Jeffrey Wolf @theflexibull

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2:23 - Athletic Truth Group
9:24 - Making Giants Flexible
18:44 - Passive Stretching
25:20 - Trends in Limitations
30:25 - Structuring Workouts
37:05 - Sled Training
48:19 - Making Secondary Primary
49:22 - SPLIT SKWAATS!!!
52:22 - Lifting and Yoga
59:58 - Real Results, Leonard Johnson
1:03:30 - 2 Biggest Influences
1:10:18 - Fatherhood
1:18:11 - Injuries/Inflammation/Stress
1:23:30 - How to Trust the Process
1:32:20 - Blended Approach
Nov 14 2019 · 1hr 40mins
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FXF0202 SIDNEY LUMET'S NETWORK : ALAN HEIM, MARK LAUB, MICHAEL JACOBI AND JEFFREY WOLF

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In 1976, an American satirical film written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, called Network, about a fictional television network, UBS, and its struggle with poor ratings, starring Faye DunawayWilliam HoldenPeter Finch,  Robert Duvall and Beatrice Straight was nominated for 12 Academy Awards including best film, best director and best editor. Network, won four Academy Awards, including Oscars for Chayefsky’s script, Beatrice  Straights’ performance as an outraged wife, Faye Dunaway’s performance as a cynical programming executive and Peter Finch’s frenetic portrayal of Howard Beale, the troubled “mad prophet of the airwaves.”

Thirty-five years later, Network remains an incendiary if an influential film, and its screenplay is still admired as much for its predictive accuracy as for its vehemence and a relentless sense of purpose. Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, cited Chayefsky when he accepted his Oscar for the screenplay of “The Social Network,” and wrote later that “no predictor of the future — not even Orwell — has ever been as right as Chayefsky was when he wrote ‘Network.’ ”

Alan Heim, the picture editor of the film, Mark Laub, one from a team of sound editors, Michael Jacobi and Jeffrey Wolf, the first assistant editor and the apprentice editor on the film at the time, tell their stories of how the film came together and what it was like in various stages working with director Sidney Lumet, writer Paddy Chayefsky and Producer Howard Gottfried.

Sep 07 2019 · 56mins

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FXF0301 ARTHUR PENN : SUZANA PERIC, STEVE ROTTER, RON ROOSE, MARC LAUB, JEFFREY WOLF, BOB REITANO

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Perhaps best known for his 1968 film, Bonnie and Clyde, stage, television and film director Arthur Penn’s masterful sense of rhythm and movement, his pioneering approach to representing violence,  as well as his ability to consistently evoke powerful performances established Arthur Penn as one of the most important American directors of the 1960’s and 70's.

Here several Arthur Penn collaborators including picture editors, Steve Rotter, Ron Roose, Jeffrey Wolf,  picture and sound editors, Bob Reitano and  Marc Laub and music editor Suzana Peric talk about their experiences working with Arthur Penn on the films Mickey One, Alice’s Restaurant, Little Big Man, Night Moves, Missouri Breaks, Four Friends, Target and Penn and Teller Get Killed.

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Sep 07 2019 · 43mins
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FXF007: Sidney Lumet's NETWORK- Alan Heim, Mark Laub, Michael Jacobi and Jeffrey Wolf.

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FXF007: Sidney Lumet's NETWORK- Alan Heim, Mark Laub, Michael Jacobi and Jeffrey Wolf.   In 1976, an American satirical film written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed...

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May 21 2017 ·
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Episode 111 - Interview with Jeffrey Wolf (Billy Madison, A.C.O.D., Cecil B. DeMented)- Part 4 of 4

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We wrap up our interview with Jeff Wolf discussing the various comedic styles of John Waters, Adam Sandler and Denis Leary. As well as comedic timing and Wolf's favourite guilty pleasure film.
Nov 30 2012 · 23mins
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Episode 110 - Interview with Jeffrey Wolf (Billy Madison, A.C.O.D., Cecil B. DeMented) - Part 3 of 4

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Jeff Wolf and I discuss the editing techniques of comedy editing, how to approach a cut and actors' timing.
Nov 20 2012 · 18mins
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Episode 106 - Interview with Jeffrey Wolf (Billy Madison, A.C.O.D., Cecil B. DeMented) - Part 2 of 4

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In this episode Jeffrey and I discuss comedy timing and working with comedic actors.
Oct 04 2012 · 12mins
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Episode 105 - Interview with Jeffrey Wolf (Billy Madison, A.C.O.D., Cecil B. DeMented) - Part 1 of 4

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In this episode Jeff and Gordon discuss the editing of television shows and how he manages time constraints.
Sep 27 2012 · 13mins