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EXPLAINING THE 40-YEAR MOVEMENT: A SIT DOWN WITH THE CREATORS OF THE STILL WORKING 9 TO 5 DOCUMENTARY & LEARNING FROM DOLLY PARTON, LILY TOMLIN AND JANE FONDA
OWC's Leaders & Game Changers
When we think of films, we want to be entertained and taken to new places. We want to experience ranges of excitement and walk away from what we saw feeling like we learned or feel something new. The entertainment industry has kept us enamored for centuries. From the silent era to today – entertainment has always helped us enter a fantasy world, and have a new experience by leaving us feeling a wave of emotions that only films, music, documentaries and tv can help us achieve. Some films can inspire us to be better while others can be the catalyst for conversation to happen and documentaries can help reveal the true essence of what makes a person, film, or moments in time so special. Have a passion for making documentary films? Want to learn how to successfully share the making of a film while bringing the story to life and make it inspiring to viewers today? On this episode of OWC’s Leaders & GameChangers, Setorii speaks with the team that put their hearts and souls into creating a documentary that not only moves the needle for so many around the world but shows us what the right kind of storytelling can do when we see things from a new perspective. The 9 to 5 film was and is about empowerment. Audiences immediately fell in love with the three working women, Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin had enough of the office dynamics they were dealing with and they playfully schemed their way to hold their boss accountable in a comedic, clever and sneaky way by turning the tables on him. This wasn’t just a film, it was the start of a movement and it was a tone. This was a voice for so many people in the workplace dealing with uneven visibility, pay and opportunities. Directors Camille Hardman, Gary Lane, Executive Producer Larry Lane, and Director of Photography Brian Tweedt – spent 4 years making this inspiring documentary about the 9 to 5 film and they brought Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin together to give us deeper insights and never herd before moments about the making of it. Camille, Gary, Larry, Brian and their team together helped craft a beautiful collection of powerful interviews, highlighting key moments and help us appreciate the genius of the original film through fresh eyes. The documentary’s closing credits also includes the timeless 9 to 5 song we all have loved since Dolly Parton created it and you will be able to hear a new version that Kelly Clarkson made which Dolly and Kelly created a duet remake of it together. This driven team was able to highlight powerful messages, elevate many that have been making a true difference around the world and they help us learn through this documentary that when we come together we can inspire change for the good. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhegtCL26yI If you would like to watch the documentary or learn more about it you can go to www.stillworking9to5.com or follow their social pages at: FB: @stillworking9to5 – IG: @stillworking9to5 – Twitter: @9to5documentary https://youtu.be/qni6HOyPNBA Still Working 9 To 5 Documentary Credits Directors: Camille Hardman, Gary LaneExecutive Producers: Larry Lane, Geralyn Dreyfous, Regina K Scully, Steve Summers, Shane McAnally, Gary Lane, Camille HardmanProducer: Camille Hardman, Gary LaneDirector of Photography: Brian TweedtEditor: Oreet Rees, Elisa BonoraSound Designer: Yahel DooleyMusic: Jessica Weiss & Shane McAnallyPrincipal Cast: Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Dabney Coleman, Rita Moreno, Allison Janney, Stephanie J Block, Megan Hilty, Joe Mantello, Marc KudischAdditional Editor: Jon Berry For information about our wonderful partner, OWC (Other World Computing), you can visit: Macsales.com/leaders where you will find hardware and software solutions as well as tutorial videos to help you create more, do more and get the most out of your workflow. For more about our host, Setorii Pond, please visit setorii.com If you enjoy our podcast, please tell all your friends about us! Leaders & GameChangers loves our listeners and wants to give you more of what you are looking to hear. If you have ideas for episodes or guests, please email: Setorii@MacSales.com. Setorii would love to share other leaders you admire, are inspired by and know. Setorii would like to say a special thank you to OWC’s CEO, Larry O’Connor, Chris Kooistra and LGC’s producer, Jason Richard for their support for this podcast series.
Popular cinema podcast "Sync Floyd" gives you a comprehensive analysis of all the characters, themes, and motivations of an 80's fitness tape. Attempt the workout here: https://youtu.be/fwQ1PrED9IE, and the short story "The Husband Stitch" is by Carmen Maria Machado Sync Floyd's on Twitter @SyncFloydPod, Letterboxd, Facebook and Youtube! Music: Blippy Trance by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5759-blippy-trance) (License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license)
We're back for Emmys season and kicking things off with Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda, who recently wrapped up their much-beloved Netflix series, “Grace and Frankie.” In this episode, the duo laugh and cry with us while reflecting on their decades-long friendship, their mutual admiration for their “9 to 5” co-star Dolly Parton, who reunited with them for the final episode, and the lies people tell about aging and death. To read a full transcript of this interview, please visit the episode page at latimes.com.
Budget 2022 — Temporary cost of living relief and Life Matters 30th anniversary chat with Jane Fonda
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The 2022 Budget has delivered more than eight billion dollars of cost of living relief including a $250 one-off payment for people on pensions and welfare, a $420 tax offset for low and middle income earners and the fuel excise is being halved for six months. Will it be enough to persuade voters and as part of Life Matters 30th birthday celebrations a little chat with Jane Fonda.
Ripple Effect: The Movement to Protect our Oceans – A Conversation with Jane Fonda and Douglas McCauley
"Climate change is a life-and-death crisis." That's the message Jane Fonda wants us all to hear in this urgent and important conversation in this week's episode of Blazing Trails. As part of our special Dreamforce 2021 coverage, the Academy Award-winning actor, producer, author, and activist shares how she turned her despair into action and became a champion to save our planet. In a discussion with Douglas McCauley, professor of ocean science at UC Santa Barbara and director of the Benioff Ocean Initiative, Fonda talks about concrete steps we can all take to battle climate change and why protecting our oceans is key. Tune in to the episode for more!
cli·mate jus·tice / noun / a term used to frame climate change as an ethical and political issue, rather than one that is purely environmental or physical in nature.Political activist, environmentalist and double academy award winner Jane Fonda teams up with Hop Hopkins of Sierra Club to discuss climate crises, climate justice and activism with Brie and Jessie.Follow Learning Lots on Instagram, Twitter, & LinktreeFollow Brie Larson on Instagram & TwitterFollow Jessie Ennis on InstagramFollow Jane Fonda on Instagram & TwitterFollow Hop Hopkins’ Sierra Club on Instagram & Twitter
Activist, actor, and true icon Jane Fonda talks with Demi about taking on the patriarchy and the critical fight for our climate. To learn more, please visit FireDrillFridays.com/takeactionThis episode contains content relating to eating disorders. For information and resources about eating disorders, call the NEDA Hotline at 1-800-931-2237. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, Chelsea has a very special guest on the podcast: her mom, affectionately known as TMomZ! Listen as they explore the life and loves of Jane Fonda through the memoir that ignited Chelsea's passion for the genre. For more book recaps & gentle tea, follow Chelsea on Instagram @chelseadevantez To join the community and get access to bonus episodes, click here to become a member of the Celebrity Book Club Patreon