The Pale Blue Eye with Scott Cooper and David O. Russell (Ep. 401)
The Director's Cut - A DGA Podcast
Director Scott Cooper discusses his new film, The Pale Blue Eye, with fellow director David O. Russell in a Q&A at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, Cooper speaks about his belief in the importance of restraint in period movies, his collaboration with Christian Bale, and what helps the audience give themselves over to a film.The film brings us the story of a veteran detective who is hired to delve into the murder of a West Point cadet, but finds himself stalled by the cadets' code of silence. In order to solve the mystery, he enlists the help of one of their own, a young Edgar Allen Poe.Please note: spoilers are included.See photos and a summary of this event below:https://www.dga.org/Events/2023/January2023/PaleBlueEye_QnA_1222.aspx
Christian Bale and Scott Cooper join the show to talk about their latest collaboration,The Pale Blue Eye. Set at West Point in 1830, the film follows world-weary detective Augustus Landor (played by Christian Bale) who is hired to discreetly investigate the gruesome murder of a cadet. Impeded by the cadets’ code of silence, Landor enlists one of their own to help unravel the case — a young man the world would later come to know as Edgar Allan Poe.Bale and Cooper give their unique perspectives on what drew them to the original source material, describe the process of casting Harry Melling (who plays Edward Allen Poe), and provide perspective on the essential role that music plays in the film.They also give insight into what makes their creative dynamic click, explain the shorthand they've developed over the years, and share a few small wins that have brightened their lives recently.
Writer-director Scott Cooper says the best thing to came out of his acting career was the friendship he struck up with Robert Duvall. At Robert’s suggestion, Scott started writing his own films, including one he sent to Jeff Bridges. And because Jeff Bridges agreed to make the film, Scott began his career as a director. Scott and Marc talk about that film, Crazy Heart, as well as Out of the Furnace, Black Mass, Hostiles, Antlers, and Scott’s latest mystery film about Edgar Allan Poe, The Pale Blue Eye. Sign up here for WTF+ to get the full show archives and weekly bonus material! https://plus.acast.com/s/wtf-with-marc-maron-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Christopher Scott Cooper has played guitar since age 5, composer/songwriter since age 15, and audio engineer/producer for the last 30+ years. Became a FOH mixer/Live Sound Engineer by default and spent the late 80s touring and providing services for many a band. In 1990 decided a new path in the studio was a better option and spent the next 15 years at Music Annex studios going from an intern to Chief Engineer. 15 years ago he chose the independent route and built a cozy high-end studio (Blue Seven Audio), and came full circle to being a FOH mixer again for the Fox Theatre in Redwood City and for various events and bands around the Bay Area. Experienced in live recording, live sound, sound effects capture, sound design, studio recording, toys, games, TV/Film, wiring, the system installs, computer/data management, electronics repair… all by necessity. He has also taught courses at Cogswell College and guest lectures at various Audio Institutions. Chris still writes and composes for his band New Sun, TV/Film, and various unusual ambient labels. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT: Learning by trial and error The important foundations you need in the studio Why live sound is the best way to learn how to mix The difference between being a passive vs. active mixer Why HPFs are your best friend in the studio and in live sound What levels you should be recording at Why 32-it floating point is a great bit-rate to record at Calibrating your ears to new spaces The importance of diversification with your skills Being good at troubleshooting Why niching down isn’t always a good idea To learn more about Christopher Scott Cooper, visit: www.bluesevenaudio.com https://www.youtube.com/user/blue7audio www.new-sun.com https://new-sun.bandcamp.com/ To learn more tips on how to improve your mixes, visit https://masteryourmix.com/ Download your FREE copy of the Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: https://masteryourmix.com/blueprint/ Get your copy of the #1 Amazon bestselling book, The Mixing Mindset – The Step-By-Step Formula For Creating Professional Rock Mixes From Your Home Studio: https://masteryourmix.com/mixingmindsetbook/ Join the FREE MasterYourMix Facebook community: https://links.masteryourmix.com/community To make sure that you don’t miss an episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on Android. Have your questions answered on the show. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes!
Recensioni CaRfatiche - Il fuoco della vendetta (Scott Cooper 2013)
Una storia di vendetta, di famiglia, di possibilità incredibilmente emozionante e ben diretto da Scott Cooper, che già mi aveva preso con Crazy Heart. Christian Bale e Casey Affleck sono memorabili, dolenti e pazzeschi, nel ruolo di due fratelli distrutti dalla vita, che però non mollano e cercano la serenità a tutti i costi, tra lotte clandestine, droga e legami imprescindibili. Un cattivissimo e folle Woody Harrelson mai visto così, ma tutto il cast artistico è in stato di grazia. Una pellicola incredibile sotto tutti gli aspetti, che in pochi hanno visto e tutti devono recuperare assolutamente. Un film che racconta tantissime cose, oltre a intrattenere con intelligenza e mestiere. Canzone dei Pearl Jam immensa, da riascoltare ad anello. Un film inspiegabilmente snobbato, che tutti gli amanti del cinema dovrebbero conoscere e apprezzare.
SRW Podcast Season 3 Episode 18 with Scott Cooper, driver Rajah Caruth & Alan Cavanna
Southern Race Week
On this episode of #SRWPodcast- SVP of Communication for Charlotte Motor Speedway Scott Cooper previews #Coke600 race weekend, ARCA RACING SERIES & Xfinity Series driver Rajah Caruth Racing and #NASCARInsider Alan Cavanna talks NASCAR from weekend of May 20th, 2022
MSM 740 Scott Cooper - Support Our Troops, Support Our Veterans
Mississippi Moments Podcast
Scott Cooper of Saltillo joined the army when he was twenty-four years old. In this episode, he remembers flying to Kuwait for additional training before being deployed in Iraq. While serving in Afghanistan, American soldiers were routinely targeted by snipers and improvised explosive devices. Cooper recalls how they would alter their route each day to avoid the IEDs. Many soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan experienced some form of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Scott Cooper compares his symptoms of PTSD with those of his friends. Veterans of the Global War on Terror are still dealing with emotional, physical, and financial challenges. Cooper explains why it is so important to support those who served and those who still serve today. PHOTO: Dept. of Defense Staff SGT. Leo Medina
New York, New York…If you can make it here, they say you can make it anywhere. And Scott Cooper is living proof. Scott initially went to New York following his partner and her career. He didn’t have a job or people he knew and to make his situation even more challenging, this expat thought his new life was the right time to ditch his day job in civil engineering and move into digital marketing. But there was one thing Scott knew how to do well, a skill that is universal the world over – Scott knew how to hustle. Over his first nine months in the city that never sleeps, he met friends of friends, contacts of contacts and was at Meet-Up groups three or four nights a week. Soon Scott was representing an off-Broadway play, a guitarist and a number of small tech companies. Scott says that in the US, people are more likely to give you a go at something new if they can see you are ambitious and passionate while in Australia, people struggled to give him a go because they couldn’t see beyond his civil engineering background. In less than a year, Scott was offered his first US permanent role working for Waywire Networks, a video curation platform where he quickly worked up to the role of editor. His career in helping grow companies had started. After New York, Scott established himself with an Australian tech start up in San Francisco, and after San Francisco after nearly five years in the US, he returned to Melbourne and continued to work for businesses in their hyper-growth phase. Now, after a career of starting again and helping companies begin and grow their own journeys, he is the COO at Versus Merch - just one of what is quickly shaping up to be a growing suite of businesses that he co-owns and runs. Scott is still hustling but this time the confidence of a man who made it in New York.
96. Exploring the South Bay & Nomad Eatery with Chef Scott Cooper
LifeHacksLA - Hacking the Best of Los Angeles
96. Scott Cooper has owned a few popular restaurants in the South Bay over the years but his latest opening, the Nomad Eatery in el Segundo, might just be his true love. Scott carefully crafted his menu and the welcoming intimate vibes of the restaurant based on his cherished memories backpacking across the globe and experiencing different foods, people and culture, hence the name Nomad Eatery. But the opening of the Nomad has come with many challenges because of the pandemic. In this interview Scott shares his experiences in the restaurant industry both good and bad, some of his favorite places to eat in LA, and his best recommendations for hanging out in the South Bay and Los Angeles. You can find out more about Scott and the Nomad Eatery on their Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/nomadsouthbay/ or their website: https://nomadsouthbay.com/ You can find more LifeHacksLA at: www.lifehacksla.com and www.instagram.com/lifehacksla To join the LA Hackers Club go to: http://lifehacksla.com/jointheclub This episode was edited by Jaconell Mouton from Creative Wave. https://jaconellmouton.com/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifehacksla/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifehacksla/support
Scott Cooper is the COO of Versus Merch and has years of experience in scaling businesses in both Australia and the United States, including his past roles with Go1 and Drawboard. Coops dives into some opportunities he has created for himself over the years- from moving overseas and making a name for himself in new cities a few times over, to finding himself immersed in the NBA environment to form a pretty amazing vantage point of how professional athletes operate.Punk/ Hardcore/Metal sub-cultures are on the agenda, as is collecting behaviour, productivity, the limitations of alcohol and the want to get the best out of yourself.A few points in the chit-chat:Helping run a merchandise company with DIY ethosGrowing and scaling businessesParallels between running bands and running businessesRich underground music scenesRisk Taking and getting out of comfort zonesEstablishing oneself in a new city in a short periodA broad spectrum of projects to make your wayFor the love of BBallCollecting BehaviourChanges in alcohol consumptionNotes and Links:Versus MerchEvan McLellanEmerald City NeonAlleyway Cartel CafeReanimator GuitarsArticle - How being in a band taught me everything I know about marketing and running a businessArticle - These are the things that happen when you stop drinking alcoholChucking A MoshCold GroundCrowbarDave CollinsDrawboardGO1Heaps NormalHelping HoopsIn Hearts WakeJarryd RougheadLuke LogemannMeetupNick MetallinosNorthlaneParkway DriveStarting 5 onlineSteven AdamsThe ArthouseThe Bendigo HotelThe Reverence HotelThe ToteTrad NathanUNFDFollow Scott on Twitter: @scottdancooperFollow Scott on Instagram: @scottdanielcooperFollow Versus Merch: https://www.versusmerch.com/Follow Versus Merch on Instagram: @versusmerch---Music by Gareth Leach Music by way of BatemanTwitter: @ALTSProjectsInstagram: @altsprojects_Hosted by Gaz Williams @gwilliamsALTS