EP125 | Cinematography: Capturing Images That Define A Generation (Guest Daniel Pearl, ASC)
In Love with the Process Podcast
What defines a generation? Is it Meatloaf riding a motorcycle and being chased by helicopters? is it a boy band dancing like marionettes? Is it Slash laying down a guitar solo in front of a Church? Somehow, one man has been responsible for those moments that kept kids glued to MTV for decades. We're talking Guns n Roses. Meatloaf. Lionel Richie. NSYNC. J-Lo. Mariah Carey. Boys II Men. The list doesn't end. And on top of that, our guest Daniel Pearl, was the cinematographer for not only one of the most iconic horror films of all time: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but he then came back to redefine the look of horror films with the remake! Host Mike Pecci was part of the generation that grew up enraptured by the images Daniel created. Now you get an inside look at what it took to create some of the most iconic images that truly defined a generation.Follow Daniel on Instagram:instagram.com/dpearldpCheck out Daniel's Insane IMDB:https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0669050/#cinematographerMike Pecci's IG:instagram.com/mikepecciILWP's IG:instagram.com/inlovewiththeprocesspodILWP Subreddit:www.reddit.com/r/inlovewiththeprocessWatch The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974):https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B077T2C24J/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_rWatch The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003):https://tubitv.com/movies/581944/the-texas-chainsaw-massacre?utm_source=google-feed&tracking=google-feedMusic Videos discussed in the episode:Guns N Roses - Don't Cry:https://youtu.be/zRIbf6JqkNcMeat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love:https://youtu.be/9X_ViIPA-GcLionel Richie - Dancing On The Ceiling:https://youtu.be/ovo6zwv6DX4N*SYNC - Bye Bye Bye:https://youtu.be/Eo-KmOd3i7sUsher - Dive:https://youtu.be/OIOntfVPBswGrab a T-Shirt from www.movitees.com/ and use PROMO CODE: ILWP to get 10% off!Yell at Spotify here to allow you to rate podcasts:community.spotify.com/t5/Ideas/ct-p/newideasEmail us to see 12KM: firstname.lastname@example.orgFeaturing Music by:www.acrylmadness.bandcamp.com/ www.nightrider87.bandcamp.com/ www.codeelektro.com/ https://soundcloud.com/jdog19971The Episode is Sponsored by:EV: www.electrovoice.comPuget Systems: puget.systems/go/inlovewiththeprocessPuget Systems Consultation: www.pugetsystems.com/landing/Puget-…_hsmi=86870814Quasar Science: www.quasarscience.com/Industry Jump IG: www.instagram.com/industryjump/Industry Jump: www.industryjump.com/Support our show by signing up for a 30 day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/InLoveWithTheProcess
Episode 44 - Channel 5's Daniel Pearl, Meggie Foster, Bomanbridge's Sonia Fleck & White Spark Pictures' Briege Whitehead
TellyCast: The TV industry news review
Sign up to the free TellyCast+ newsletter http://eepurl.com/hkehBj Social Media star Meggie Foster discusses her dream TV projects, Bomanbridge Media's CEO Sonia Fleck and White Spark Pictures’ Briege Whitehead talk distribution in Asia and Virtual Reality production in Australia with host Boom! PR's Justin Crosby. And in Commissioner's Corner this week we hear what Viacom CBS’s Daniel Pearl is looking to commission for Channel 5. Meggie Foster - https://twitter.com/meggiefoster Briege's linksThe Antarctica Experience https://vimeo.com/405744883Beyond the Stars https://vimeo.com/448475618 Sonia Story of the Week https://www.c21media.net/window-of-opportunity/ (requires subscription)Amanda Gorman Inauguration poem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ055ilIiN4&ab_channel=PBSNewsHour TellyCast+ website http://bit.ly/3a0dCqvTellyCast insta - tellycast_tv TellyCast is edited by Ian Chambers. Recorded in London in lockdown 3.0 Music by David Turner, lunatrax. Recorded in lockdown March 2020 by David Turner, Will Clark and Justin Crosby. Voiceover by Megan Clark.Sign up for our newsletter
29. Daniel Pearl's Story and Legacy. (w/Asra Nomani. Part 2)
Immigration Stories: We The Aliens Podcast
My guest is a journalist, activist, and author Asra Nomani. She is a former The Wall Street Journal correspondent. She has written for The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time, People, Salon.com, and many other publications. She taught journalism at Georgetown University. You’ve heard her on NPR and seen her on CNN, Fox News, and Bill Maher’s show talking about Muslim extremism and Muslim reformism. Asra is the co-founder of the Muslim Reform Movement. Asra was born in India. She was brought to the US as a young child and grew up in a conservative Muslim family. She tells that story in the first part of the interview. She also talks about how she only finally fully integrated into American society in her late 20s with the help of her dear friend and Wall Street Journal colleague - Daniel Pearl. Asra was also the last person who saw him in Karachi the day when he got kidnapped in January of 2002. You may remember his name from the news. Daniel Pearl became the first Western journalist to be beheaded by the Pakistani militants. His murder was filmed and parts of it were shown on TV. This happened just months after 9/11. Life split into before and after. Especially for many journalists all over the world for whom it became crystal clear that the Geneva convention is not going to be protecting them in this war. And their press ID or vest is actually making them a target. Daniel Pearl became a symbol of courage and standing up to extremism and antisemitism. Let us know what you think about the show. Call our Google Voice at (213) 973-3813 and leave a message or email a voice memo to email@example.com. FIND ASRA: https://asrainvestigates.substack.com/ and on Twitter @AsraNomani FIND WE THE ALIENS PODCAST: www.WeTheAliensPod.com YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and on TikTok MUSIC: "My country" courtesy of Ben Bostick www.benbostick.com ABOUT WE THE ALIENS PODCAST: We The Aliens podcast hosts conversations with IMMIGRANTS from all over the world who came to the US and found their path to the American Dream. No matter what their status is - undocumented, DACA recipient, permanent resident (green card holder), naturalized citizen - all are welcome here. We talk about the challenges of leaving the home country, finding the legal path, finding a way to belong in the new world, building a career, finding love, and sustaining the family traditions. We talk about IMMIGRATION as a process of growth and self-discovery, adaptation, overcoming cultural shocks, and fighting racial and ethnic stereotypes. We talk about the great contributions that immigrants make to the American economy, culture, science, and society. We also feature stories of the first-gens, FIRST GENERATION American-born, the third culture kids, who have their own set of struggles growing in between the cultures of their parents' home country and America. We talk about their battle to find their identity and carve their path while redefining what American is. We talk about philosophy, psychology, culture, language, and history. We also talk about the news of the day, things that we all worry about - but in the context of the immigrant perspective. If you love This American Life, The Daily, and Pod Save America, if you read The Atlantic and New York Times, if you watch John Oliver, Bill Maher, Stephen Colbert, and/or Trevor Noah, if you are a Twitter addict but are contemplating TikTok, if you, your spouse, your parent, or your grandma is an alien and you know that they came to this country to build and contribute - this podcast is for you.
Daniel Pearl is commissioning editor at Channel 5. He spent ten years at BBC News, where he edited the 2010 prime ministerial election debate, and was deputy editor on Panorama, Newsnight, and the Six & Ten O’Clock News. In 2012 he joined Channel 4 as editor of Dispatches, winning a clutch of awards including two BAFTAs. Daniel also served as the network’s deputy head of news and current affairs, commissioning the Emmy-winning ‘Leaving Neverland’ revealing renewed allegations of child abuse against Michael Jackson. In 2018, he moved to ViacomCBS for his current role, where he has created and overseen dozens of wholly new factual series, and notably brought Jeremy Vine into their morning schedule. In this in-depth interview, he traces his career through the shifting sands of current affairs coverage over the past twenty years; takes us behind the scenes of some of Dispatches ‘big hits’ including ‘plebgate’ and the Stephen Lawrence undercover policing scandal - which led to a full public inquiry; and shares his strategy to make Channel 5 make itself visible in a crowded news field, with hard-hitting content like ‘Hate Crimes: Uncensored’. [Editor’s note: this podcast was recorded in London on 5th November 2019, well before the onset of the coronavirus public health crisis]
Cinematographer Daniel Pearl (THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 1974 & 2003, FRIDAY THE 13th 2009, ALIEN VS PREDATOR: REQUIEM) sits down with Adam, Joe, and Arwen for an absolutely epic conversation about his long and distinguished career. (Pearl holds the second longest running career as a Director of Photography in all of Hollywood!) From shooting music videos and concert films for artists like Guns N Roses, U2, Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson, George Michael, Bon Jovi, Shania Twain, Jennifer Lopez, Paul Simon, Britney Spears, Missy Elliott, Janet Jackson, INXS, Billy Idol, Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp, and Paul McCartney (just to name a FEW)… to shooting both the original AND the remake of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE… the boys fully fanboy out over their cinematography hero! Dr. Arwen provides emotional support for a filmmaker in need of unplugging, our Patreon supporters have their burning questions answered, and Pearl receives the ultimate “Movie Crypt car waxing” in this phenomenal conversation that Adam and Joe had been waiting 7 years to have. Join our Crypt Keeper community today and start enjoying weekly bonus episodes of “Classic Crypt”, early access to every new episode, Adam and Joe’s monthly “Crypt Picks” videos, bonus monthly film commentaries, access to our monthly interactive “Movie Crypt Live” episodes, Adam and Joe’s “Crypt Diaries,” and the holy “Cult of Arwen!” Visit Patreon.com/TheMovieCrypt to start supporting this podcast today!
Ep.14 BONUS, Interview with Cinematographer Daniel Pearl ASC
Two Ghouls One Grave
This second installment of Episode 14 features an interview with amazing Cinematographer Daniel Pearl ASC! If you're a fan of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre don't miss out on this exciting episode! Listen and learn about what it was like to be on the set of the 1974 slasher the Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well as the 2003 remake!