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43 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Greta Gerwig. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Greta Gerwig, often where they are interviewed.

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43 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Greta Gerwig. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Greta Gerwig, often where they are interviewed.

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Greta Gerwig's Little Women: a Movie in Review

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In this episode of check it / round table on a reviews Greta Gerwig Little Women and why she gives us film a 10 out of 10 for its storyline and amazing digressions into life for women in the 80s. It's all here. It's all real.

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Jan 17 2021 · 9mins
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Greta Gerwig - Episode #6

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For today's episode, we take a look at one of our favorite up and coming directors, Greta Gerwig. With only two films under her belt, Gerwig has been nominated for 3 Academy Awards and has captured the imagination of so many people. Her characters are bright and colorful, and her stories intimate and personal. Greta Gerwig is a name many might not know, and we hope to help bring attention to her incredible work, because it is a name you SHOULD know!

Nov 14 2020 · 1hr 21mins

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002 LADY BIRD (Dir. Greta Gerwig) with RACHEL FLYNN

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THIS SEASON’S THEME: FIRST FEATURES

Welcome to our first full episode. Ashley and Gary are joined by Scottish actor, writer and producer Rachel Flynn to discuss critically acclaimed movie ‘LADY BIRD’ directed by Greta Gerwig in her solo directorial debut. 

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-       Link to Cautionary Tales (Award Winning Short Film).
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Oct 20 2020 · 1hr
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#280 Greta Gerwig: On Choosing Not To Be On Social Media (Replay)

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Hello and welcome back. I'm replaying some old favourite episodes this week while I am on holiday. This episode was recorded in February 2018. I met Greta in the Soho Hotel for the interview to talk about the release of her film Ladybird. Since then, of course she's gone on to make the incredible masterpiece that is her own version of Little Women that she wrote and directed. The film received six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, and it also received nominations at the BAFTAs and Golden Globe Awards. Hope you enjoy this little trip down memory lane!

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Aug 13 2020 · 24mins
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Ep 84. Greta Gerwig

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In “No Method to Her Madness,” a review of the Noah Baumbach film Greenberg that could’ve also been titled “Ode to Greta Gerwig,” A.O. Scott wrote that the actress, “most likely without intending to be anything of the kind, may well be the definitive screen actress of her generation.” He goes on (at length) to praise her performance, or lack thereof. “She comes across as pretty, smart, hesitant, insecure, confused, determined — all at once or in no particular order. Which is to say that she is bracingly, winningly and sometimes gratingly real.” He’s still talking about Greenberg, but the same could be said of her work in films like Frances Ha, Mistress America and Maggie’s Plan.

Ben Brantley, Scott’s colleague over in the theater department, seemed equally smitten with her stage debut as Becky in The Village Bike: “She registers as guileless because we can detect every confused emotion that crosses her face... She reads as so transparent that her feelings come to seem like our own. There’s no barrier of glossy, movie star charm between her and us.”

If you don’t see many mainstream titles on her IMDb page, it may be because studios serve up most of their features with a generous dollop of gloss. It could also be because Gerwig knows what material suits her. And she should – she’s co-written and co-directed a lot of it, mostly with indie filmmakers like Baumbach and Joe Swanberg. Though these are no doubt some of her most acclaimed performances, even in her occasional mainstream forays (2011’s Arthur and No Strings Attached) she’s often singled out as the only part of the movie worth watching. Taken as a whole, the applause seems to boil down to this: It’s very hard to catch her acting. As a performer, she is unselfconscious in a way that lets us look through her and see ourselves, and she’s not pulling any punches in the reflection.

She’s a natural if there ever was one, but for a long time the question seemed to be, a natural what? A fervent aspiring ballerina, fencer, trumpeter, aerobics instructor (that was all before graduating high school), Gerwig embraced her interests with both arms and all her passion. In college she intended to become a playwright (or maybe study musical theater) before meeting Swanberg, who cast her in 2006’s LOL. For a while she worried about not feeling the same singular purpose or calling as some of her peers; there was also a period when she worried a move from mumblecore to mainstream might never happen. But now that hopping genres, creative capacities and even distribution platforms is becoming the industry’s new normal, it seems like a very good time to be someone who can be almost anyone – on either side of the camera.

This month, she’s in front of it in 20th Century Women along with Annette Bening and Billy Crudup. In 2017, she’ll step behind it with Lady Bird, which stars Saoirse Ronan and marks Gerwig’s first solo directing effort. She’s also working on the script for a film adaptation of Little Women – and we can’t think of a better (or more interesting) woman for the job.

For some artists, picking a lane seems not only unnecessary, but foolish, especially for an artist who’s all-in, all the time. “You could always not invest, but where’s the fun in that?” she told The Guardian earlier this year. “It’s like when people say, ‘I don’t really care about Christmas, it’s just a day.’ Of course it’s just a day, but this is all we’ve got! We go around one time… Let’s invest. It’s not always logical to do so, but what else are you gonna do with your life?”
Jul 23 2020 · 1hr 5mins
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FoC 137: A Film Adaptation We Actually Love: Greta Gerwig’s Little Women with Mary Rose Somarriba

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We’ve kept you waiting for our deep dive attention to Greta Gerwig’s new adaptation of Little Women, but we think this episode is worth the wait! Mary Rose Somarriba, writer, speaker, editor of Natural Womanhood, and associate editor of Verily Magazine, is with us today talking about the beauty of seeing a classic through fresh … Continue reading FoC 137: A Film Adaptation We Actually Love: Greta Gerwig’s Little Women with Mary Rose Somarriba →
Jul 07 2020 · 1hr 1min
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"The Meaning of" Greta Gerwig - Ep121

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Welcome to the 121th episode of "The Meaning Of" podcast. In honor of Women's History Month, we will be celebrating the work of incredible female talent that have revolutionized cinema in front of and behind the camera. This week, Andres and Sabrina discuss the rise of actress/writer/director Greta Gerwig! #TheMeaningOf


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Mar 13 2020 · 49mins
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#17 - Greta Gerwig

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This week, we’re talking about the actor/writer/director Greta Gerwig. She wrote and directed the films Lady Bird and Little Women. She is also a foundational member of the “mumblecore” film movement. Maestro and the Doc talk about why she’s so exciting as a filmmaker, what mumblecore is and why it’s interesting. Listen up, cause this episode is Hella Tight.

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Mar 09 2020 · 1hr 1min
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LLW: Greta Gerwig's Little Women

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Welcome back to Love's Labours Watched! It's a new year and (somewhat) new us, as we kickstart our new bi-weekly episode schedule with a discussion of Greta Gerwig's 2019 adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women. We discuss the two-stranded narrative structure, the Oscar-nominated performances, the modern themes of money, female agency and what really happened in the end...
Feb 04 2020 · 54mins
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Greta Gerwig

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Greta Gerwig is riding high on the rave reviews and Oscar nominations for her heartfelt adaptation of Little Women (still playing in theaters). In the midst of awards-season chaos she found time to spend an hour with Leonard and Jessie, to talk about her ever-expanding career—which also includes being mother to an adorable toddler. For a high-profile actress and filmmaker she is refreshingly straightforward about her accomplishments, and extremely likable to boot.

Jan 24 2020 · 58mins
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