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15 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Raoul Peck. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Raoul Peck, often where they are interviewed.

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15 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Raoul Peck. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Raoul Peck, often where they are interviewed.

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J'étouffe - Raoul Peck

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C’est un texte bouleversant que Raoul Peck a écrit suite au meurtre, par un policier, de George Floyd, aux États-Unis. “Ce n’est cependant pas de l’Amérique dont je désire vous parler. Mais de la France”. Et du déni français... dont “ses enfants ’’adultérins’’ ne veulent plus attendre. Ses enfants noirs, blancs, jaunes, arc-en-ciel s’agitent”. Publié dans l’hebdomadaire le 1 N°301 du 17 juin 2020.

http://institut.fsu.fr/J-etouffe-par-Raoul-Peck-2795.html

Le livre J'étouffe est disponible aux éditions Denoel : http://www.denoel.fr/Catalogue/DENOEL/Document/J-etouffe

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Texte et Voix : Audrey Vernon
Réalisation : Virgile Lorach / Chlorine Free
Production : Jean-Patrick Labouyrie / Podmust

Nov 03 2020 · 31mins
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I Am Not Your Negro (2017 - dir. Raoul Peck)

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"The story of the Negro in America is the story of America, and it is not a pretty story." - James Baldwin

The year is 1979. James Baldwin writes a letter to his agent describing his next novel, "Remember this House." He describes a personal account of the lives of three of Baldwin's close friends: Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. The letter is a history of civil rights in America.

Baldwin never finished the book. The letter and 30 manuscript pages are all that were left when Baldwin died in 1987.

This "masterpiece" documentary is filmmaker Raoul Peck's vision of the possibility of James Baldwin's "Remember this House."

Host Erroll Southers is joined by Alex Ago, Ange-Marie Hancock Alfaro, and Aubrey Hicks.

Jul 17 2020 · 1hr 26mins

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"Fresh Air" Listens Back To James Baldwin And Documentary Filmmaker Raoul Peck

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Jul 14 2020 · 20mins
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Raoul Peck : "J'étouffe", une tribune-choc dans l'hebdo Le 1

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"La France est dans le déni, car elle refuse d’accepter d’avoir perdu sa place prédominante et son empire. (...) Ses enfants noirs, blancs, jaunes, arc-en-ciel s’agitent. Ils n’ont plus toute la vie devant eux. Ils voient bien que vous n’avez rien foutu de bien notable ces soixante dernières années, rien d’autre que gérer en pépère le patrimoine légué." Dans l'hebdomadaire Le 1, le réalisateur Raoul Peck signe une tribune faisant suite aux manifestations contre le racisme, dans laquelle la colère se mêle à la désillusion. Un texte dans lequel il livre une analyse des discriminations raciales dans notre société, qu'il lie à la violence du système capitaliste. Et un texte dans lequel il précise que son "film I Am Not Your Negro n’était pas un film sur les États-Unis", qu'il voyait bien "comment cela rassurait que cela se passe là-bas, très loin, chez les affreux Américains"… "Il faut tout reprendre à la racine, conclue-t-il. Tout mettre sur la table, pour tout reconstruire. Aucune institution ne doit y échapper. C’est le problème de chaque citoyen, de chaque institution, la presse comprise, de chaque conseil d’administration, de chaque syndicat, de chaque organisation politique, partout il faut ouvrir ce chantier car c’est à vous de résoudre ce problème, pas aux Noirs, ni aux Arabes, ni aux femmes, ni aux homosexuels, ni aux handicapés, ni aux chômeurs."
Dans les Matins Jazz, on parle d'art aussi, bien entendu, comme tous les jeudis, avec le rédacteur en chef du magazine L'Œil. Aujourd'hui, Fabien Simode revient sur les "vitrines" dans lesquelles sont enfermés les portraits de Francis Bacon et il évoque également la délicate question de la restitution des œuvres au continent africain.
Enfin, on écoute un extrait du Studio Grands Boulevards Festival d'hier avec Thomas Enhco et Stéphane Kerecki, et on se donne un avant-goût du concert de ce soir, avec Airelle Besson et Lionel Suarez.
Jun 18 2020 · 8mins
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2017, I Am Not Your Negro de Raoul Peck

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Le péché originel de l'esclavage, la ségrégation, la lutte pour l'égalité des droits civiques... Toutes les problématiques liées aux conséquences de cette douloureuse histoire font partie de l'ADN de TSFJAZZ et sont au coeur de nos préoccupations et de la musique qu'on aime et défend quotidiennement depuis vingt ans.
En solidarité avec le mouvement Black Lives Matter et la vague d'indignation consécutive à la mort de George Floyd, on ressort de nos archives plusieurs émissions...
On commence avec un numéro des Lundis du Duc du 9 mai 2017, consacré au documentaire I Am not Your Negro, du réalisateur haïtien Raoul Peck. Ou comment, avec les mots et la conscience du grand écrivain africain américain James Baldwin, l'histoire de la domination blanche sur les Noirs aux Etats-Unis ressurgit à l'écran avec en arrière plan sonore Nat King Cole, James Brown ou encore Kendrick Lamar...Raoul Peck était à cette occasion l'invité d'honneur de Laurent Sapir. Son film est actuellement en replay sur le site d'Arte ainsi que sur la plateforme Netflix.
Jun 08 2020 · 43mins
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Filmmaker Raoul Peck

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Lois Reitzes interviews Nathan Brown and Bridget Leen about the Rialto Theatre's "Homegrown Artists" series; filmmaker Raoul Peck about his documentary on James Baldwin, "I Am Not Your Negro"; author Matthew Cherry and illustrator Vashti Harris about their book and short animated film "Hair Love"; as well as author Tara Coyt about her book "Real Talk About LGBTQIAP."

Jun 03 2020 · 52mins
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From the Archive: Raoul Peck on 'I Am Not Your Negro'

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Another dip into the archive with this episode from April 2017 where Ben Eshmade spoke to director Raoul Peck about I Am Not Your Negro, his 2016 documentary about writer and activist James Baldwin.


This film is based on the works of James Baldwin and draws specific inspiration from his unfinished manuscript, Remember this House. Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, the documentary delivers a powerful narrative, the story of race in America, looking specifically at the reverberations of the deaths of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. 


From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer and presenter, Ben Eshmade. 


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Apr 08 2020 · 14mins
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The Breeders' Kim Deal & Raoul Peck

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First up, a Bullseye fav: Jesse chats with Kim Deal of The Breeders about their new album "All Nerve," which drops this week. Also discussed: the Pixies' breakup, best Italian restaurants for live music in Dayton, Ohio, advancements in personal amplification technology in live music. Then, Raoul Peck. The director of "The Young Karl Marx" talks about bringing the personal story of the writer of "The Communist Manifesto" to life. Plus: how to make a narrative film about one of the most consequential philosophies in recent history. Finally, on this week's Outshot, Jesse talks about the work of Curtis Mayfield on his brilliant, underrated debut solo record "Curtis."
Feb 27 2018 · 1hr 2mins
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The Young Karl Marx / Film School interview with Director Raoul Peck

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At the age of 26, Karl Marx (August Diehl; INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS, THE COUNTERFEITERS) embarks with his wife Jenny (Vicky Krieps; PHANTOM THREAD) on the road to exile. In 1844 Paris they meet young Friedrich Engels (Stefan Konarske), son of a factory owner and an astute student of the English proletariat class. Engels brings Marx the missing piece to the puzzle that composes his new vision of the world. Together, between censorship and police raids, riots and political upheavals, they will preside over the birth of the labor movement, which until then had been mostly makeshift and unorganized. This will grow into the most complete theoretical and political transformation of the world since the Renaissance – driven, against all expectations, by two brilliant, insolent and sharp-witted young men. In his first film since the Oscar®-nominated documentary I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, celebrated Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck (LUMUMBA) paints a vivid portrait of another of history’s most influential thinkers with THE YOUNG KARL MARX. A fervently intelligent chronicling of the blood, sweat and debate that went into the creation of a manifesto and a movement, the film premiered at the 2017 Berlin International Film Festival. Director Raoul Peck joins us for a lively conversation on capturing the essence of a young Marx and Engels relationship, the relevance of Marxism today and the critical reaction to his film.

For news and updates go to: theorchard.tv/the-young-karl-marx

More on Raoul Peck and his films go to: velvet-film.com
Feb 23 2018 ·
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I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO + RAW | feat directors Raoul Peck +Julia Ducournau #67

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We welcome Raoul Peck, director of Oscar nominated doc 'I Am Not Your Negro' on to the show; as well as director Julia Ducournau, whose feminist cannibal horror 'Raw' has people fainting in the aisles. As well as this we also preview Pablo Larrain's new film 'Neruda', along with the entirety of the Pablo Larrain collection, now available on Curzon Home Cinema. On the podcast this week is Harry Chapman, Ersi Kalentzi and Sam Howlett. Produced and edited by Jake Cunningham Studio services by CSRFM.com Music supplied by incompetech.com

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Apr 07 2017 · 1hr 12mins
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