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#294 - The Uncanny Meryl Streep

The Important Cinema Club

We discuss Meryl Streep and her performances in SOPHIE'S CHOICE, SILKWOOD and SHE-DEMON.Join the Patreon now for an exclusive episode every week, access to our entire Patreon Episode back catalogue, your name read out on the next episode, and the friendly Discord chat: patreon.com/theimportantcinemaclubSubscribe, Review and Rate Us on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…ub/id1067435576Follow the Podcast: twitter.com/ImprtCinemaClubFollow Will: twitter.com/WillSloanESQFollow Justin: twitter.com/DeclouxJCheck out Justin's other podcasts THE BAY STREET VIDEO PODCAST (@thebaystreetvideopodcast) and NO SUCH THING AS A BAD MOVIE (@nosuchthingasabadmovie) as well as Will's other podcast MICHAEL AND US (@michael-and-us)

42mins

13 May 2022

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Ep. 54 - 1983 Meryl Streep

Best Actress

The year is 1983 and the nominees are:Julie Andrews - Victor/Victoria 2. Jessica Lange - Frances 3. Sissy Spacek - Missing 4. Meryl Streep - Sophie’s Choice 5. Debra Winger - An Officer and a Gentleman-In 1983 Meryl Streep won her second Oscar for a performance that is regarded as one of the greatest of all time in Sophie’s Choice. Streep plays a Polish woman who survives the holocaust because she speaks German, French, English, and becomes an asset to the Nazi’s. Her biggest competition this evening was Jessica Lange for the movie Frances playing the late Frances Farmer. For the record, the real Frances Farmer never had a lobotomy. Julie Andrews was nominated for a gender bending role in the very gay friendly musical, Victor/Victoria. Sissy Spacek received her third Oscar notation for ‘Missing’ playing the wife of an idealistic American writer during the Chilean coup d’état in 1973. Debra Winger was nominated for her iconic role in An Officer and a Gentleman. Winger despises this movie and likes to deny she ever had any involvement (fair). Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest host Cathryn Naiker as they discuss.

31 Mar 2022

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Episode 102: Meryl Streep (with Linda Stogner)

Obsessed with Sophie Buddle

Sophie is joined by Linda Stogner to talk about an accident involving a train, running comedy shows, paintings, and her obsession with Meryl Streep.

1hr 1min

30 Mar 2022

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CAROLE BASKIN (on Tiger King, "Joe VS. Carole", DWTS, Misconceptions, Kate McKinnon, & Meryl Streep)

BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE

Hey all you cool cats and kittens, Carole Baskin steps Behind The Rope! Since so much has happened in the world of Big Cats and Tiger Kings since Ms. Baskin was here last, we did the only thing we could think of - call her back for more! Carole is here to chat about many of the real life events which have taken place since our last chat - Joe Exotic being re-sentenced for Murder for Hire which could potentially lead to shorter jail time, his announcement that he is accepting applications in jail for a boyfriend, his desire for this search for love to become Netflix’ new break out show, “Bachelor King” - no really, Google it, and Joe’s ex boyfriend Dillon Passage’s own announcement that he has found love in the form of his new seemingly age appropriate, Instagram official, boyfriend John. Carole also chats about the new Peacock Series, “Joe VS Carole” starting John Cameron Mitchell (“Hedwig" Shout Out) as Joe Exotic and Kate McKinnon as Carole. Speaking of actresses to play Carole, the last time she was here she listed Meryl Streep as her top choice. We share an update on that - has she heard from Meryl and how did that conversation go? Finally, we all know Carole can dance a la Dancing With The Stars (yes, we chat Tyra!), but we get to know the most famous woman in all of Big Cat Rescue chatting about what she likes to do for fun, what is going on in the world of Big Cat Rescue today and just what is next for this fearless powerhouse that is unapologetically committed to her cause of Big Cat Rescue who won’t ever stop until all the cats are safe. Oh yea, an episode not to be missed!@carolebaskincat@behindvelvetrope@davidyontefBONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at - www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetropeBrought To You By:ELYSIUM HEALTH - www.trybasis.com/VELVET (10% Off At Checkout. Use Code Velvet)BOMBAS - www.bombas.com/VELVET (Get 20% Off Any Purchase)INDEED - www.indeed.com/VELVET ($75 Job Credit to Upgrade Your Job Post. Valid Through March 31st, 2022.)WONDERY - (Listen to Rich and Daily on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, or You Can Listen Ad-Free By Joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery App.)SKILLSHARE - www.skillshare.com/velvet (One Month Free)TALKSPACE - www.talkspace.com ($100 Off Your First Month. Use Code “velvet”)MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 18mins

16 Mar 2022

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Meryl Streep's Tramp Stamp

Pop Culture Junkie®

The Junkies take the Ten Year Challenge and decide what Pop Culture rocked back in 2012 and what needs to survive until the year 2032. Then Alex, Nicole, Hayley and Shauna move on to the Pop Culture of 2022, including (spoilers!) the finale of Dexter, the merits of Cobra Kai, aka Riverdale with Karate, and whatever the heck was going on in Netflix’s Don’t Look Up. Then the Junkies pay tribute to Bob Saget, who touched our lives in so many ways, and the late, great Sidney Poiter, before talking about selling jars of farts. For real.Thank you to Olympus Games, the home of the Pop Culture Junkie Podcast.Links:Apple Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8WWebsite: www.popculturejunkie.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcastTwitter: @PopJunkiesInstagram: @pop.culturejunkiesEmail: junkies@popculturejunkie.comAlex on Instagram: @alcasnunAlex on Twitter: @alcasnunAlex on Rapchat: @al-xHayley on Instagram: @thirtynerdythrivingHayley on Twitter: @thirtynerdypodHayley on TikTok: @thirtynerdythrivingNicole on Instagram: @nicole_eldridgeNicole on Twitter: @naeldridge14Nicole on TikTok: @nicole_eldridgeShauna on Twitter: @shaunatrinidadShauna on Instagram: @shaunatrinidad

45mins

13 Jan 2022

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Ep54 - Debra Sperling: The Meryl Streep of Voice Over

Josh Swallows Broadway

You've heard her voice. You really have. She's been the voice of Cascade, Pampers, Johnson & Johnston, Kelloggs, Weight Watchers, the Oxygen Network, Discovery, VH1, bla bla bla I can't type as fast as Josh is rattling this off so just listen to the episode. She is amazing, they play some AMAZING VO improv games, and there's lots of love an adoration sent back and forth.Find out more at https://www.debrasperling.com/aboutProduced by Alan Seales and Elizabeth Wheless.A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

49mins

22 Nov 2021

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Spotlight on Meryl Streep, The French Dispatch, and The Harder They Fall

PopCulture Spotlight

This week's podcast is jam-packed as I talk about the career of one of  the all time great Oscar winning actress Meryl Streep, the latest film from Wes Anderson The French Dispatch starring Benico Del Toro, Adrien Brody, Lea Sedoux, Timothee Chalamet, Jeffery Wright and the western The Harder They Fall Starring Jonathan Majors, Zazzie Beetz, Lakeith Stanfield, Regina King and Idris Elba.

20mins

11 Nov 2021

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James Norton on Meryl Streep, Hook and friendship damaging food

The BIFA Podcast

In this episode of This Is My Cinema we're joined by the wonderful James Norton. Known on the small screen for his roles in Happy Valley, The Nevers and the gripping crime drama McMafia and on the big screen in the likes of Little Women, Mr Jones and new release Nowhere Special, James tells us about the defining cinema trips of his youth, how becoming a producer reshaped his view of filmmaking and what his perfect night out at the pictures would be.Welcoming come to This Is My Cinema, a podcast from the British Independent Film Awards. The show is called This Is My Cinema and it’s all about celebrating the very best talent in the British film scene and the cinema experiences that made them who they are today. Our hosts Michael Leader and Rhianna Dhillon will be talking to rising stars and legendary names from in front of and behind the camera, exploring their origins in filmmaking, their inspirations, their memories of the cinemas they grew up visiting and of course whether they take their popcorn salty, sweet - or wouldn’t dream of taking food to a film at all. On the 18th of February, the British Independent Film Awards will be broadcasting live on Facebook and YouTube, hosted by Tom Felton, with lots of special guest appearances too. In celebration of the awards, we’ll be releasing one podcast episode every day that week, so subscribe now to This Is My Cinema wherever you listen to your podcasts… you’ll want a front row seatThis is my cinema is a Little Dot Studios production for BIFAThe show is hosted by Rhianna Dhilllon and Michael LeaderIt’s produced by Jake Cunningham, Ellie Aitken and Harold McShielAnd we’re edited by Content is QueenPhoto credits for this episode and its marketing materials: See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

35mins

1 Jul 2021

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Ep47 - Lee Wilkof: It's Like Meeting Meryl Streep

Josh Swallows Broadway

Lee Wilkof originated the roles of Samuel Byck in Assassins and Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, later earning a Tony Award nomination for the 2000 revival of Kiss Me, Kate. His film, "No Pay, Nudity" (starring his buddy Nathan Lane) is available now everywhere you stream movies.Produced by Alan Seales and Elizabeth Wheless.A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr

26 May 2021

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Ep. 31 - 1980 Meryl Streep

Best Actress

The year is 1980 and the nominees are:1. Jane Alexander - Kramer vs. Kramer 2. Barbara Barrie - Breaking Away 3. Candice Bergen - Starting Over 4. Mariel Hemingway - Manhattan 5. Meryl Streep - Kramer vs. Kramer -In 1980 Meryl Streep won her very first Oscar for her second nominated performance in Kramer vs. Kramer. She has since gone on to be nominated for a total of 21 times. She is the most nominated actor in the history of The Academy Awards. Her competition that evening included her co-star Jane Alexander from Kramer vs. Kramer. Barbara Barrie was nominated for Breaking Away which was later developed into a television series in which she also stars. Candice Bergen was nominated for her hilarious performance in Starting Over (I can’t get ‘Better Than Ever’ out of my head). And finally Mariel Hemingway was nominated for a performance she described as “uncomfortable” in Manhattan. Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest host Selena Vyle as they discuss. ............#bestactress #supporting #oscars #academyawards #hollywood #silverscreen #vintage #gay #queer #lgbtq #canada #losangeles #gaypodcast #robbed #snubbed #film #movie #podcast #supporting #lead #janealexander #kramervskramer #barbarabarrie #breakingaway #candicebergen #startingover #marielhemingway #manhattan #merylstreep #gaysofinstagram

13 May 2021

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