Benvenuti nella raccolta in formato Podcast delle puntate di #CloseUp, a cura di Matteo Righi, aka Houssy. #CloseUp è la rubrica di recensioni cinematografiche in onda su Radio Italia Anni 60 Emilia-Romagna.
Charla de Cine S01E49 - Run de Aneesh Chaganty (2020)
Charla De Cine: un podcast de todo el CINE y TELEVISIÓN que quieres ver!
Ya se les terminó el catálogo de Netflix?, ya vieron todo lo que hay para ver y no saben a qué entrarle ahora? No se preocupen que para eso estamos, y esta Run de 2020 tiene poco tiempo de haberse estrenado en la plataforma y al no tener reparto tan conocido y no ser una producción de alto perfil, no ha llamado tanto la atención, pero les aseguro que es un muy buen trabajo que cumple con las expectativas. Gracias a todos y nos vemos en la próxima--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/charladecine/message
Director Aneesh Chaganty wanted an actress who really uses a wheelchair to star as a teenaged girl with disabilities in his new thriller, “Run.” And she needed to be able to do action scenes. He found Columbia University student Kiera Allen. Now on Hulu, “Run” tells the story of a mother-daughter relationship gone extremely awry. It’s the first thriller to star an actor who uses a wheelchair since the 1940s.
Let Aneesh Chaganty cook! Reviewing “Run” on Hulu, plus “Hillbilly Elegy” on Netflix
No Content For Old Men
The Sarah Paulson-led thriller is the latest effort from wunderkind Aneesh Chaganty, who has earned the budget and leash to take on more ambitious work. Ron Howard is certainly getting that kind of work, but is his latest work Oscar worthy, or simply Oscar bait?--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Interview With "Run" Director & Writer Aneesh Chaganty & Producer Natalie Qasabian
Next Best Picture Podcast
Filmmaker Aneesh Chaganty exploded onto the scene with his hit debut feature film "Searching," back in 2018. And now, he and producing parter Natalie Qasabian are back with their latest thriller, "Run," which premieres on Hulu this weekend. Starring Emmy winner Sarah Paulson and newcomer Kiera Allen in a breakout roll, the film explores the troubled relationship between a mother and a daughter. We'll leave it at that as Aneesh's newest has more than a few surprises up its sleeve. He and Natalie were kind enough to talk with us about the genesis of the project, the discovery of Kiera Allen, what the ultimate message of the movie is and more! Take a listen down below and enjoy!Check out more on NextBestPicture.comPlease subscribe on...SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcastiTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jTAnd be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
What's Up Cinemaniacs! We're back! Welcome to Cinemania Live with Duane and Hannah! Today we have so much to discuss from the movie and television world. We talk the news regarding our new President! Mads Mikkelsen, Wandavision, and in the final segment of the show Director Aneesh Chaganty and Producer Natalie Qasabian talk their new movie "Run", premiering on Hulu next weekend! Fun show as always! Follow us: Facebook Twitter Instagram Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Play Stitcher Messy Castbox Blubrry Follow Duane: Twitter Instagram Follow Hannah: Twitter Instagram Cinemania Live Merch: Teepublic Break #1 Song: Kiarra ft Ashley All Day - Dopemang Break #2 Song: Little Mix - Breathe
Aneesh Chaganty: Taking an Opportunity Makes All the Difference
Why You No Doctor: An Asian-American Podcast
Episode 22: Aneesh Chaganty (@aneeshchaganty) is the director and co-writer of the critically-acclaimed film, Searching (2018, starring John Cho; winner of the Sloan Feature Film Prize at Sundance), as well as the upcoming thriller, Run (2020, starring Sarah Paulson). He is also a recipient of the 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 award in Hollywood & Entertainment. When he first came out of film school at USC, Aneesh took part in the typical recent-graduate festivities: writing scripts at coffee shops in Los Angeles. After eight months, his perfect domino fell when he took up the opportunity to create a film for Google Glass, a project that - after many obstacles and hoops - eventually went viral and kick-started Aneesh's career in the entertainment industry. The short, 2-minute film led to a job at Google Creative Lab, which led to Searching, which led to Run.Listen in on this week's episode of the Why You No Doctor podcast, in which we converse with Aneesh on his family background, the exact story of his Google Glass breakout, and more.Show Notes:0:00 - Introduction to Aneesh Chaganty and his background: where he grew up, the profession of his parents (serial entrepreneurs) 2:26 - A deeper look into how Aneesh's parents ultimately influenced him to pursue what he loves and to take risks + how they provided him with something more than just monetary resources7:34 - More on Aneesh's high school cultural background, and what set him apart from others + where he went to film school10:59 - The turning point that most significantly affected Aneesh's life: the making of the Google Glass project - and a lesson Aneesh considers is essential to making it in the entertainment industry (watch the video, SEEDS, here: https://vimeo.com/94024888)28:22 - Aneesh on how it often just takes one domino to fall in the right way for you to be on your path + it starts with taking an opportunity that isn't yours29:04 - What are some of the biggest lessons learned from and through his experience?32:41 - The number one thing Aneesh recommends listeners put on their bucket list33:27 - What's next for Aneesh + outroJoin the community! Follow us on Instagram @wyndpodcast and find all of our socials at whyyounodoctor.com/podcast.Support the show