Your interview with Karina Longworth was one of my favorite episodes. It was one of the stronger affirmations of why I always look forward to listening to your podcasts every week. That NYT article couldn’t be any truer.
“Her literate sensibility and affection for showmanship are reminders of an era when “nerd” connoted smart more than obsessive…”
girlgonepostal asked: I thank my older brother for giving me your book, "I don't care about your band". It came to me at a time of my life where I began to truly understood what awful garbage young men are in college. Anyway, I finally came upon your podcast and I absolutely adore it. Thank you for being amazing.
Thank YOU!! xoxo
ivandavidh-deactivated20140309 asked: Is it me, or does the Countess LuAnn look like Embeth Davidtz, had she been embalmed in slutty diamonds?
She is more gorgeous.
emilypdunne asked: Hi Julie! I recently had a dream. I walk dogs on 110th street in central park and there is a really spooky trail (spooky in the sense that it's too much nature.) In my dream, I was doing the Frankie Teardrop Challenge and turned the corner BOO!- JULIE KLAUSNER! You were also attempting the feat. I actually tried the challenge later that week, but had to bust out running out of the park because there was a naked homeless guy in the middle of the park. Moral: don't do the F.T.C. in Central Park.
This is a gorgeous story and it should override the story of the Central Park Five.
CM Gardner wrote into the podcast this week and suggested a curated list of docs I’ve recommended on the show. Here’s a starter list!
And this is I, the listener who wants to create the HOW WAS YOUR WEEK? Documentary Film Club. This is a list of documentary films that Julie Klausner has talked about with great affection, been the focus of interviews, and just a good recommendation. Here is the canon:
THE IMPOSTER dir. Bart Layton
THE KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE dir. Brett Morgen & Nanette Burstein
MR. DEATH: THE RISE & FALL OF FRED A. LEUCHTER, JR. dir. Errol Morris
THE HOLLYWOOD COMPLEX dir. Dylan Nelson & Dan Sturman
HEART OF DARKNESS: A FILMMAKER’S APOCALYPSE dir. George Hickenlooper, Eleanor Coppola & Fax Bahr
GREY GARDENS dir. David Maysles, Albert Maysles, Ellen Hovde & Muffy Meyer
PARIS IS BURNING dir. Jennie Livingston
SEX CRIMES UNIT dir. Lisa P. Jackson
BEAUTY IS EMBARRASSING dir. Neil Berkeley
THE INTERRUPTERS dir. Steve James
MARINA ABRAMOVIC: THE ARTIST IS PRESENT dir. Matthew Akers & Jeff Dupre
BILL CUNNINGHAM: NEW YORK dir. Richard Press
GEORGE HARRISON: LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD dir. Martin Scorsese
PUBLIC SPEAKING dir. Martin Scorsese
JOAN RIVERS: A PIECE OF WORK dir. Ricki Stern
QUEEN OF VERSAILLES dir. Lauren Greenfield
TABLOID dir. Errol Morris
THE NOMI SONG dir. Andrew Horn
AMERICAN SWING dir. Jon Hart & Matthew Kaufman
AILEEN: LIFE AND DEATH OF A SERIAL KILLER dir. Nick Broomfield
CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS dir. Andrew Jarecki
STANLEY KUBRICK’S BOXES dir. Jon Ronson
CRUMB dir. Terry Zwigoff
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE dir. Fenton Bailey & Randy Barbato
If there are any more additions to be made, quote and comment on this post.
Hello Ms. Julie, please check out my photo of Dixie, a natural redhead, with your memoir.
I use henna, I am a wannabe auburn-redhead.
Thank you, April.
Please comment on the atrocity that is LOLwork.
»>NO THANK YOU ««
…or is it so wrong that it came around the bend and is now completely right.
Here is a screenshot from the documentary THIS EMOTIONAL LIFE, in which cartoonist Roz Chast appears to have been amputated below the waist. I will be discussing this image at length in the special episode of How Was Your Week that will be coming out later today called HOW WAS YOUR STORM. Thank you.
Rachael Parsons dressed up like a basset hound for How Was Your Shriek and came in all the way from Halifax with Ryan Kamperman! They also brought some all-dressed potato chips, BLESS THEM.