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57 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Brian Koppelman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Brian Koppelman, often where they are interviewed.

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57 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Brian Koppelman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Brian Koppelman, often where they are interviewed.

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#83 Brian Koppelman: What Really Matters

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
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Writer and director Brian Koppelman discusses his career ups and downs, dealing with fear, and learning to live a meaningful life.

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May 12 2020

58mins

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REShow: Jameis Winston, Brian Koppelman and David Levien. Hour 3 (05-01-20)

The Rich Eisen Show
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On today's show, Rich talks to new Saints quarterback Jameis Winston and checks in with #Billons creators Brian Koppelman and David Levien before their new season kicks off. As always, we'll take your phone calls and more!

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May 01 2020

1hr 5mins

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Woody Paige, Mt Flushmore Of Life's Small Victories With Brian Koppelman

Pardon My Take
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Jameis is a Saint and Baseball is trying its best to come back (2:29 - 13:28). Hot Seat/Cool throne including aliens and we need documentary help (13:28 - 29:01). ESPN's Around the Horn Woody Paige joins the show to talk about his career, voting for TO in the Hall of Fame, his chalkboard, and winning at Around the Horn (29:01 - 60:15). Segments include the Mt Flushmore of life's greatest small victories with Brian Koppelman (60:15 - 84:05), bad visual Alex Smith and Guys on Chicks.

Apr 29 2020

1hr 35mins

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True Superstar & Brian Koppelman on Season 5 of 'Billions'

The Right Time with Bomani Jones
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Bomani Jones explains Isiah Thomas as the definitive NBA divider of public opinion and the oddity of Dennis Rodman as the connective tissue between the Pistons and Bulls in the aftermath of episodes 3 and 4 of "The Last Dance" (2:16). Plus, filmmaker Brian Koppelman returns to talk "Last Dance" and "Billions" season 5, including pacifying genius like in Michael Jordan, developing affections for characters as well as the difficulty in musically scoring documentaries and films (18:56).

Apr 28 2020

59mins

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#424: Brian Koppelman on Making Art, Francis Ford Coppola, Building Momentum, and More

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Brian Koppelman on Making Art, Francis Ford Coppola, Building Momentum, and More | Brought to you by Helix Sleep and "5-Bullet Friday"

“A lot of growing up is learning to shift the responsibility from the other to the self.” — Brian Koppelman

Brian Koppelman (@briankoppelman) is a screenwriter, novelist, director, producer, and host of The Moment podcast. Prior to his hit show Billions, which he co-created and executive produced (and co-wrote on spec), he was best known as the co-writer of Rounders and Ocean’s Thirteen, as well as a producer of The Illusionist and The Lucky Ones. He has also directed films, such as Solitary Man, starring Michael Douglas.

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Apr 23 2020

1hr 30mins

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Brian Koppelman For Real!

Play with Pain: Chet Waterhouse
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Literally billions of laughs with “Billions” co-creator and “Rounders” writer Brian Koppelman! Go ahead, count ‘em!

Mar 18 2020

36mins

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BONUS One HEAT Minute: Brian Koppelman - "I know how to grab it..."

One Heat Minute Productions
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ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 L.A crime opus HEAT minute by minute. In this very special bonus episode, Blake talks to the host of "The Moment” podcast, co-writer of Rounders & Ocean’s Thirteen and the co-creator, showrunner, and executive producer of Showtime's Billions - Brian Koppelman. Blake and Brian talk about obsessively revisiting canonical texts, Brian emphatically pitches that the next minute podcast should be Zodiac and finally reveals a second scene with Kelso that was shot and never included in the final film.

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Mar 07 2020

41mins

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Brian Koppelman Guests on The Film Scene w/ Illeana Douglas

The Film Scene with Illeana Douglas
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#PopcornTalk #TheFilmScene #BrianKoppelman Koppelman was born on April 27, 1966 in Roslyn Harbor,[6] New York to a Jewish family, the son of Brenda "Bunny" Koppelman and Charles Koppelman. His father was a producer and media executive. Koppelman holds degrees from Tufts University and Fordham University School of Law. Career He first started managing local Long Island bands as a teenager. He would also book bands at a local nightclub. Through booking acts, he came into contact with Eddie Murphy and helped arrange Murphy's first record deal. As a student at Tufts University, he discovered singer/songwriter Tracy Chapman and executive-produced her first album. He was later brought to Giant Records by president Irving Azoff. During his career, Koppelman was an A&R representative for music labels Elektra Records, Giant Records, SBK Records and EMI Records. Film In 1997, Koppelman wrote the original screenplay for Rounders with his writing partner, David Levien. Koppelman has described his approach to writing as a team as having only one rule: no video games in the office. In 2001, Koppelman wrote, produced, and directed his first film, Knockaround Guys, which film critic Roger Ebert gave 3 out of 4 stars. Since then, Koppelman has worked on a dozen films, including having written Ocean’s Thirteen and directed an ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, This Is What They Want. In 2009, Koppelman co-directed Solitary Man starring Michael Douglas. The film was included in both A. O. Scott's The New York Times "Year End Best" list, Roger Ebert's "Year End Best" list, and holds a "Fresh" rating of 81% at the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes. Koppelman was a contributor and essayist at Grantland.com, a website that was dedicated to sports and pop culture. Additionally, since March 2014, Koppelman has hosted a weekly podcast, "The Moment", on ESPN Radio. In October, 2013, Koppelman received significant media attention for releasing a series of videos on the platform Vine in which he gives screenwriting advice in six seconds or less called "Six Second Screenwriting Lessons". His "Screenwriting, in Six Seconds or Less" Vine from July 31, 2014, generated over 15 million loops in less than nine days. He has also written a short story, "Wednesday is Viktor's",for the anthology Dark City Lights: New York Stories (Have a NYC), published in 2015. Television Showtime's drama Billions, created by Koppelman with The New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin and writing partner David Levien, and starring Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis, premiered to strong reviews in 2016.[21][22] Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Guest Performer in a Drama Series.

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Feb 29 2020

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Rounders And Billions Creator Brian Koppelman, Plus Coach K’s Classic And New NFL Rules

Pardon My Take
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Coach K has done it again. He pulled out all the old tricks for Duke’s loss to NC State. (2:40-9:20) We talk NFL rule changes and a 17 game season and finish off the leftovers from the Astros controversy. (9:25-20:21) Fyre Fest of the week. (20:22-27:28) Rounders and Billions creator Brian Koppelman joins the show to talk everything from Basketball, to the movie business, to how he created an Iconic movie and hit show. (28:25-1:22:29) PR 101 for Greg Robinson, (1:26:24-1:20:29) Sorry not Sorry for Kevin Love, (1:30:30-1:33:55) and FAQ’s (1:33:56-1:39:06)

Feb 21 2020

1hr 42mins

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Knicks Chaos, Oscar Picks, Worst 2019 Movies, and a Claire Danes Interview, With Brian Koppelman and Wesley Morris | The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast
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HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by longtime friend and Knicks fan Brian Koppelman to discuss the state of the Knicks, Steve Mills’s departure, the possibility of Masai Ujiri taking over, and more (2:27). Then Bill sits down with Wesley Morris of The New York Times to make Oscar picks and discuss 2019 movies (32:05). Finally, Bill talks with actress Claire Danes about acting as a child, some of her past work including ‘My So Called Life,’ ‘Romeo + Juliet,’ and ‘Little Women.’ They also discuss the final season of ‘Homeland,’ premiering February 9 (1:04:12).

Feb 05 2020

1hr 40mins

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