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The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25 is a series in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at Galerie. Every month, we pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom in on a single moment to better see the whole. This month we're chatting about expressive sound and slow motion in John Singleton’s Boyz N the Hood (1991), a pick by curator Rei…
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Welcome to the Health Design Leadership Podcast! Our goal is to help you take your leadership skills from good to great! Today's guest is Peter Richard, General Manager at XMA Corporation. Peter has been instrumental in leading the company through nearly two decades of transformative growth. Recently, under his dynamic leadership, XMA was recognize…
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This month we’re joined by writer, critic, and editor Nicholas Russell to chat about Bradley Cooper’s Maestro (2023). We get into: what makes a Bradley Cooper Film (thanks Fran), when weird voices work, that epigraph, tension as structure and provocation, what’s going on with the ending, getting moved by Mahler, and more. -- The Bright Wall/Dark Ro…
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This month, we're looking at James Gray's Two Lovers, exploring its intimacy, specificity, complexity—and a fantastic Joaquin Phoenix dance scene. --- The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25 is a series of bite-sized episodes in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at ⁠⁠Galerie⁠⁠. Each month, we pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom …
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Welcome to the Health Design Leadership Podcast! Our goal is to help you take your leadership skills from good to great! Today's guest is Leslie Sturgeon, Visionary and Founder of Women Inspiring Women. Leslie is a serial entrepreneur, starting her first business 34 years ago at the age of 22. Women Inspiring Women was a creative spark that grew in…
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Merry Cruisemas, from our home to yours! For our 3rd annual celebration, we sit down with bosom buddy, film critic, and podcast extraordinaire Blake Howard to discuss Doug Liman’s 2014 film, Edge of Tomorrow. We get into: time loops, Emily Blunt's triceps, Cruise's determined pathos, Liman's blockbuster craftmanship, McQuarrie's calibrations, repet…
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Welcome to the Health Design Leadership Podcast! Our goal is to help you take your leadership skills from good to great! Today's guest is Diane Fitzpatrick, who serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester (NH), where she plays a crucial role in developing, communicating, executing, and maintaining strategic initiati…
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This holiday season, a very special holiday podcast treat: an audio version of one of our most popular essays of all time, Ethan Warren's A Grand Yuletide Theory: The Muppet Christmas Carol is the Best Adaptation of A Christmas Carol. Written and read by Ethan himself, with music by Ryan Pollie and art by Brianna Ashby. Happy Holidays from Bright W…
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On this special episode, co-host Veronica sits down with critic Fran Hoepfner to talk high/lowlights of the 61st New York Film Festival. We get into: looking in vain for the element of surprise (All of Us Strangers), Bradley Cooper as crazy guy (Maestro), the Sunday-night-on-HBO vibes of Anatomy of a Fall, Elordi charisma (Priscilla), the biggest l…
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Welcome to the Health Design Leadership Podcast! Our goal is to help you take your leadership skills from good to great! Today's guest is S. Renee Smith, nationally-recognized Executive Development Expert and Leaders Career Accelerator. S. Renee helps senior leaders become more likable, marketable, and credible, increasing their income and influenc…
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This is The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25, a series of bite-sized episodes in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at ⁠Galerie⁠. Each month, we pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom in on a single moment to better see the whole. Privacy, intimacy, and conspiracy are all at play in this month’s moment from George Stevens’ 1951 t…
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This month, author and Cinephile: A Card Game creator Cory Everett joins us to talk about Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West (1968). We get into the elasticity of the western, what constitutes pure cinéma, Claudia Cardinale thirst, Big Screen Movies and the garages that screen them, Leone the minimalist and maximalist, and more. -- The Bri…
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The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25 is a series in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at Galerie. Every month, we pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom in on a single moment to better see the whole. This month we chat about a musical moment in Charles Laughton’s spellbinding Appalachian noir The Night of the Hunter, a pick by c…
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Welcome to the Health Design Leadership Podcast! Our goal is to help you maximize your leadership skills. Today's guest is Amy LaBelle, Founder and Winemaker of LaBelle Winery in Amherst and Derry, NH. Winemaker, entrepreneur, author, and media personality, Amy LaBelle is an international phenomenon with local roots in New Hampshire, but quickly gr…
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It’s nearly spooky season and we’re waxing nostalgic for The Craft (Andrew Fleming, 1996) with Los Angeles film critic and podcaster extraordinaire Katie Walsh. We get into crushing on Robin Tunney, the 90s, the death of subculture, slow-motion hallway walks, where are their parents—and stay tuned for Katie’s on-air pull from the Rachel True tarot …
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Welcome to the Health Design Leadership Podcast! Our goal is to help you maximize your leadership skills. Today's guest is Tom Raffio, President & CEO of Northeast Delta Dental. Under Tom’s leadership for the past 28 years, revenue has grown from 57 million dollars to more than 452 million dollars in 2022. Tom’s commitment to the principles of cont…
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This is The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25, a series of bite-sized episodes in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at Galerie. Each month, we pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom in on a single moment to better see the whole. This month we bid goodbye to summer with Robert Altman’s hallucinatory 3 Women (1977), a Palm Springs …
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This is The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25, a series in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at Galerie. Each month, we pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom in on a single moment to better see the whole. This month, in concert with Mike Mills' curated list, Chad and Veronica look at The Cameraman (1928), reflecting on the impos…
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Your mission, if you choose to accept it: in concert with this month's “Heists” issue, we’re talking across Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (2023), Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018), and Mission: Impossible (1996) with brilliant Vulture and New York Magazine critic—and platinum-tier BWDR supporter!—Bilge Ebiri. We get into the [red…
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This is The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25, a new series in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at Galerie. Every month, we’ll pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom in on a single moment to better see the whole. This month: in concert with Karyn Kusama’s library, we chat about how Todd Haynes’s Safe (1995) transposes the female…
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Carol speaks about the Lotus of Life, July 4 and awakening humanity, religion imploding due to dualism, returning to Zero Point, the necessity of the world "imploding" to return to a sense of Oneness and Balance; about the Human Experience being one of compassion, and how the Vesica Piscis - one of the defining factors of the Lotus of Life - is the…
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We’re proud to feature our June issue’s guest editor, poet and PhD student Spencer Williams, in conversation about a pair of films that hearken to our theme of trans cinema: Canadian Billy Tipton doc No Ordinary Man (Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt, Canada, 2020, now streaming on Criterion Channel) and the incendiary short American Reflexxx (Alli …
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This is The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25, a new series in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at Galerie. Every month, we’ll pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom in on a single moment to better see the whole. This month: in concert with actor Taylor Russell’s library, we look at the relentlessness and romance of Paul Thomas …
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In this podcast Carol talks about the coming shifts in the energetic and geopolitical landscape. She talks about the Controllers isolating groups of people for control; lightworkers picking up codes which shift the way we create our livelihoods, food supplies, bartering and helping each other. Also speaking of the aleopathic world, the Healing Arts…
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Joining us this month to wax rhapsodic about Katharine Hepburn is film professor, author (Mike Nichols: Sex, Language, and the Reinvention of Psychological Realism), and Hepburn devotee Kyle Stevens. Listen as we get into George Cukor’s 1940 film adaptation of The Philadelphia Story: the oppositional coherence of the love “square,” getting radicali…
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Welcome to The BW/DR Podcast: Frame 25, a new series in conversation with, and sponsored by, our friends at Galerie. Every month, we’ll pick a title from Galerie’s curated library and zoom in on a single moment to better see the whole. This month: in concert with director Mike Mills’s library, we look at Daisies (Sedmikrásky, 1966), directed by Věr…
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It’s been a minute but we’re back! With writer and Bright Wall OG—literally, she wrote the first essay for our first issue back in 2013—Karina Wolf to discuss Wim Wenders’s iconic Wings of Desire (1987), a film that bridges “road movies” and “siblings” (trust us). We get into: the essential decency of Bruno Ganz, Peter Falk’s warmth, transformative…
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New Earth Matrix April 10, 2023. Carol speaks on patterns of energy in the financial and human evolutionary fields, as well as weather patterns which have been tampered with. The importance of holding center and not getting caught up in the drama unfolding. Although the next six months will be chaotic, it is for the better good: needed change. Time…
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Join Colleen Naus as she shares her Journey, Passions and Service, delving into Intergalactic connections, childhood sensitivity, and a lifelong commitment to unravelling the Mysteries of Self! "It’s my desire and calling to share with you all the beautiful parts of yourself. Yes, even those parts you often don’t want to admit having. The parts we …
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This month for our sports issue we’re joined by ace writer and admitted baseball enthusiast Frank Falisi to run the numbers on Bennett Miller’s Oscar-nominated ode to analytics, Moneyball (2011). We touch on romance versus data, the fractious appeal(?) of Billy Beane, how Miller replaced Soderbergh in this case of life imitating art, 2010s’ signatu…
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Webcast on the Crystalis Tuning, sometimes called the Children's Tuning or D Minor Tuning (D=72 Hz). Commissioned by AA Michael, this tuning helps children clear damage done to their bodies by vaccines, toxic chemicals, GMO foods, etc. The damage shows up in children with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome and in numerous other energetic symptoms. The D t…
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For our annual fashionably late “Best Of” issue, we’re looking at a 2022 highlight: Charlotte Wells’s staggering debut feature Aftersun, featuring film critic, author, and educator Adam Nayman. Adam shares special insights from his conversation with Wells about the film, plus the case for cinematic mystery, Paul Mescal crying, analog devices and th…
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Carol talks on her vision of 2023, including four energetic gateways; the Great Turning; new intergalactic terrain; upshifting of the earth's frequencies; six energetic earths; collapsing of the timelines; the singular timeline of 2025; systemic change is the touchstone of our life during 2023; geological changes including dramatic tectonic plate s…
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Carol answers questions regarding the processes involved in creating the Centers, from the initial Vision; Clearing; Activation; Opening Stargates, and roles of the stewards of the New Earth Matrix. Questions & Topics include: 1. What is your Process of directing energy and intention relating to the work of the Global Light Centers? 2. What is the …
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December means one thing: Happy Cruisemas, from our home to yours. This month we welcome back special Cruise correspondent and BWDR torchbearer Elizabeth Cantwell to discuss Cameron Crowe’s 2001 Vanilla Sky. Surrealist rom com or indulgent puzzle film? Flop or parable? We get into needle drops, Crowe’s self-referentiality, whether Cruise is always …
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Our November episode comes a little late, but in the continuous spirit of “recovery,” Chad and Veronica are joined by writer, editor, and Powell's Books managing editor Kelsey Ford to talk Pedro Almodóvar’s Dolor y Gloria (Pain and Glory, 2019). We get into the film’s “wildly tender” exploration of autobiography and artistic process, Almodóvar’s as…
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