I understand the idealistic argument that musicians should be paid more. If I made a penny per stream, I would be incredibly wealthy, but I haven’t built my project on idealism. I recognize the current state of the marketplace and choose to embrace its realities and use them to my advantage.
When they were looking to buy a home, they prioritized finding a place near transit. But they weren’t perturbed by the prospect of buying a home a mile away from the nearest Metro station. Instead, Landers Nelson and his wife marvel at all the bus routes that pass within a block of their home.
1. Some guy went out and said something, and you were all like, “Did you really say that?” and then they come back and say it even harder. But “doubling down” is a term from blackjack, and it is pretty clear that you do not actually know what it means.
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That friend was the director Kelly Reichardt, and that film started a working relationship that took them both into theaters across the world with the award winning films “Wendy and Lucy,” “Meek’s Cutoff” and “Night Moves.” Raymond also co wrote the teleplays for the five part HBO series “Mildred Pierce” with his friend and Portland filmmaker Todd Haynes, which got him an Emmy nomination. He’s at the fest for a talk about screenwriting, and we asked him to give us the Jon Raymond Golden Rules. Sara Salovaara And ‘Let Me Die A Nun’ Directed by Sara Salovaara, the six part web series “Let Me Die A Nun” bills itself as “the opposing but intersecting trajectories of a lesbian soon to be nun, her Jewish stalker, and the object of her affection.” We had to have Salovaara on to discuss this contemporary, comedic take on the 70s nunsploitation films (yeah, we didn’t know that was a thing either).
Sit back, relax and check out the next four pages to see what else Hollywood is throwing your way. If you don see one single solitary movie you like hey, spend the summer at the beach. (But beware of that thinning ozone layer.) SUE MARTINART : This Room Is Not for the Birds : Whistler legendary in Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room is refurbished at the Smithsonian CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT, Christopher Knight is a Times art criticA look inside Hollywood and the movies : Thrills! Chills! Laffs! And These Are Just the Previews! JEFFREY WELLSOlson Says New Album Is Labor of Love, Tenacity STEVE APPLEFORD, Steve Appleford writes regularly about music for The Times.