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Frances McDormand

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June 23rd-Porridge, June Carter Cash, 5th Beatle, Randy Jackson, Frances McDormand, Melissa Rauch

History & Factoids about today

porridge, pop culture 2007, june carter cash, melissa rauch, selma blair, 5th beatle-stuart sutcliff, frances mcdormand, randy jackson, bryan brown, 1st typewriter, saxaphone invented, antartica, worlds fattest cat, frederick douglas

10mins

23 Jun 2022

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Take 13: Frances McDormand

Film Fives

This time around it’s time to focus on the career of American actor Frances McDormand. “Yaaa? Yaaa!”. So as soon as you’ve passed those three billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, park up your vee-hicle and settle back for a couple of hours in the company of your regular film nomads Russ and Phil as they count down their top 5s, in the usual style.“You alright, Marge?” “Nope, think I’m gonna barf!”Film Fives will be back with….❓

1hr 59mins

27 Apr 2022

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Ep. 50 - 2018 Frances McDormand

Best Actress

The year is 2018 and the nominees are:Sally Hawkins - The Shape of Water 2. Meryl Streep - The Post 3. Frances McDormand - Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 4. Margot Robbie - I, Tonya 5. Saoirse Ronan - Lady BirdIn 2018 Frances McDormand won her second of three Academy Awards for Best Actress for the film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. It was her husband Joel Coen who convinced her to take the role. She protested the gig because she felt her character from this socio-economic strata would not wait until 38 to have her first child. Honestly, fair, but I bet she’s glad she accepted the role now! Her fellow nominees included Meryl Streep for The Post - the first time Streep and Spielberg worked together. Sally Hawkins in the Best Picturing winning film, The Shape of Water where she plays a mute woman who falls in love with ‘swamp thing.’ Saoirse Ronan in one of her most critically acclaimed role (oddly not one of my fav films of her’s (though I LOVE Ronan)) in Lady Bird. Finally, Margot Robbie in I, Tonya portraying her version of Tonya Harding’s controversial global figuring skating scandal. Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest host Rob Browne as they discuss. 

3 Feb 2022

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THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH REVIEW!! ( Denzel Washington | Frances McDormand | Apple TV+ )

The Outlaw Nation Podcast Network by John Rocha

THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH from director Joel Coen is out in theaters now and headed to Apple TV next week! The film stars Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, Brendan Gleeson, and Corey Hawkins. The film based on the William Shakespeare play is in black and white, 4:3 and takes on a German expressionist approach to this classic tragedy.The Outlaw John Rocha puts on his crown to review this incredible new entry in the world of Shakespeare feature film translations to let you know if this is one to see in the theaters or skip until it's on Apple TV Plus.A Scottish lord becomes convinced by a trio of witches that he will become the next King of Scotland. His ambitious wife will do anything to support him in his plans of seizing power.#Macbeth #DenzelWashington #Review Join The Outlaw's Patreon at: https://patreon.com/JohnRochaThe Outlaw John Rocha Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSaysThe Outlaw John Rocha Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therochasays/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-outlaw-nation-network/support

13mins

8 Jan 2022

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Ep. 40 - 1997 Frances McDormand

Best Actress

The year is 1997 and the nominees are:Brenda Blethyn - Secrets & Lies 2. Emily Watson - Breaking the Waves 3. Kristin Scott Thomas - The English Patient 4. Diane Keaton - Marvin’s Room5. Frances McDormand - FargoIn 1997 Frances McDormand brought home her first Oscar (current the recipient of 3) for her iconic work as Marge Gunderson in Fargo. Since watching the movie for this podcast I can’t stop speaking in the Minnesota accent (sorry to anyone who has to listen). McDormand definitely had some competition. Brenda Blethyn won the BAFTA and Golden Globe for Secrets & Lies. Emily Watson wow’d audiences with her breakthrough and theatrical screen debut in Breaking the Waves. Diane Keaton was singled out of the star studded cast in Marvin’s Room playing a woman diagnosed with leukaemia. Kristin Scott Thomas was nominated for a sexy affair with Ralph Fiennes in The English Patient. Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest host Cathryn Naiker as they discuss. 

16 Sep 2021

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Frances McDormand

That's Canon! Podcast

We watched two Frances McDormand all-time performances in Fargo and Almost Famous! A triple crown of acting winner! A GOAT if you will. What's Next Week On 3 Different Days Unless We Do It Late Like We Have For The Last Several Episodes: - Coen Brothers Pod (Barton Fink, The Big Lebowski, No Country For Old Men) - A Quiet Place, A Quiet Place Part II (Spoiler Show) - The Conjuring, The Conjuring 2, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (Spoiler Show)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatscanonpod/support

1hr 30mins

28 May 2021

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Frances McDormand Films - Fargo Vs Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

Film vs Film Podcast

This week on the Film vs Film podcast we are celebrating the fact that UK cinemas are reopening and you can now see Nomadland on the biggest screen possible and not your tiny telly box. We are going to focus our attentions on the now three time Oscar winner Frances McDormand who stars in Nomadland.Warning as will be talking SPOILERS!Martins pick this week is one of The Ceon brothers finest work, Fargo. The film where McDormand won her first Oscar. On this one we talk about how the film mixes this horrible crime with this happy go lucky town and the incredible quirky humour that creates for the film. And just the way say, yah. IMDB pageBoaz's pick this week is one of Martin McDonagh's finest work, Three Bill Boards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. The film where McDormand won her second Oscar. On this one we talk about the incredible performances especially from the likes of Sam Rockwell who also won an Oscar for his role, and just how dam funny he is in this film. IMDB pageTwitterInstagramAs ever please enjoySupport the show

1hr 8mins

21 May 2021

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Frances McDormand is Unstoppable

The Reel Cut

Award season came to an abrupt and awkward end last month with the 93rd Oscars. Banished from the evening were controversies surrounding the lack of diversity amongst the acting/directing nominees, and in the gaping void they left behind came criticism around the reshuffling of the ceremony itself. In a year filled with opportunities for smaller, independent pictures to succeed and bathe in the warm glow of Hollywood's spotlight, the awards suffered their worst year on viewership of all time. Was that deserved and was that indicative of the gongs themselves being given to unworthy pieces of work? Absolutely not. Let's break down why.

1hr 13mins

6 May 2021

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Episode 86 - Frances McDormand is Mondo

Film Rage

Welcome back ragers to the best movie review podcast on the planet. The rage rolls on from the Film Rage Studio.This week the Film Rage Crew gush over Frances McDormand and The Murman previews this years Academy Awards. Introduction-0:00 https://canyonmeadowscinemas.ca -2:30 Streaming The Power (2021)-Shudder-3:59Nomadland (2021)-Disney+-8:27The Man Who Sold His Skin (2020)-VOD-13:14The Face of Anonymous (2020)-HotDocs (https://hotdocs.ca/)-20:23 Open Rage Jim's open rage-sports and covid-26:07Bryce's open rage-stupid endings and the academy-27:27 The Murman Minute-30:13 The Lists Darren Aronovsky-Undoubted?(update)-38:03Doug Bradley-Mesmerizing?-41:03Gabriel Byrne-Mesmerizing?-42:08Mia Farrow-Mesmerizing?-42:26 Rage or Dare An American Pickle (2020)-46:43A guaranteed Rage for Jim and Bryce?-52:23 Outro-55:50 Thanks Ragers for listening to our film review podcast. Rage On!!! https://www.filmrageyyc.com/ https://filmrage.podbean.com/ https://www.facebook.com/filmrageyyc https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/film-rage/id1493735088 https://open.spotify.com/show/4ltbJS7XkDj0inwXf9G0ZH?si=m3OzZulNRmW6d93K7DG_uw https://play.google.com/music/m/Inyleam7prw77l75he733v643jq?t=Film_Rage https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsuw4WB6zmxbgDBjFn6utlT7PFnaDa0w6 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/film-rage?refid=stpr https://tunein.com/podcasts/Media--Entertainment-Podcasts/Film-Rage-p1325858/ https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-film-rage-63364236?cmp=ios_share&sc=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplay=true

57mins

23 Apr 2021

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Frances McDormand - Actress, Producer

Team Deakins

EPISODE 99 - FRANCES MCDORMAND - Actress, Producer Team Deakins gets the chance to catch up with a long-time friend, actress, and producer Frances McDormand (NOMADLAND, THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING MISSOURI, FARGO). It’s a great conversation that hits lots of topics! Fran shares with us the difference for her between acting in theater and in film, what her approach is to acting, and how she learned and added to her craft over the years. She has lots of stories of her experience on the film Blood Simple which was an early experience with a lot of learning and where she met Joel Coen, her long-time partner. We also talk about working with less structure, improv, and playing a femme fatale. Fran shares her experiences on Nomadland, Olive Kitteridge, Mississippi Burning, and The Man Who Wasn’t there. We touch on how she chooses her roles and how she likes to mix things up with “palette cleansers”, playing a supporting role as well as how she feels she is a partner with the camera operator. And more and more! A great discussion with the always interesting and fun Fran! Don’t miss it!

1hr 13mins

21 Mar 2021

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