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Film Critic Carrie Rickey Talks About Weinstein, #MeToo And Movies

“Naturally, as a woman and a mother, I am not for sexual predation of women in any industry. That kind of goes without saying. Before Nora Ephron died, she made a list of the things she wouldn’t miss. I think number one or two on that list of things I won’t miss are more panels about why there aren’t enough women in film. That’s kind of how I’m feeling now. We talk about it, and we talk about it, and nothing fucking changes. You can quote me on that.” – The Smart Set
Tags: Art, Media, Nora Ephron, Weinstein, Carrie Rickey, 02.08.19


United States: Safety And HR Lessons From Movies – First Man. - Fisher Phillips LLP

Recent Sundance Film Festival releases, The American Factory and Untouchable, the first Weinstein #METOO documentary, illustrate workplace lessons presented by well made films.
Tags: News, United States, Weinstein, First Man Fisher Phillips LLP


Judge to consider Weinstein appeal of sex trafficking ruling

NEW YORK (AP) — A judge who ruled that an aspiring actress can use sex trafficking laws to sue Harvey Weinstein will hear lawyers argue whether his decision can be appealed before trial. U.S. District Judge Robert Sweet is scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday. He’ll rule at a later date whether his August decision can […]
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Entertainment, Nation, Harvey Weinstein, Weinstein, Robert Sweet


Harvey Weinstein Issues Strange Denial to Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Shakespeare In Love’ Casting Story

Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced mogul arrested on rape charges last May, took time on Tuesday morning to respond to a Variety cover story on Gwyneth Paltrow. The profile centers on Paltrow in the 20 years since winning the Academy Award for best actress for “Shakespeare in Love,” which Weinstein produced. In the story, Paltrow talks […]
Tags: News, Harvey Weinstein, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paltrow, Weinstein


Study Shows Ohio Economies Not Seeing Impact of Drilling Boom

A new study shows that the drilling boom in south east Ohio is not contributing as much as it could to the local economy. One of the authors, Amanda Weinstein of the University of Akron, says part of this loss is because many of the workers in those drilling areas are spending their earnings elsewhere. “Because of this leakage, what it suggests we need to make sure that we’re not ignoring these counties, thinking these counties are just fine on their own," she said. "We need to make sure these c...
Tags: Weinstein, University of Akron, South East Ohio, Amanda Weinstein, Gershon Harrell


Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault trial delayed until June

NEW YORK (AP) — Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault trial in New York City is being delayed until June 3. Court spokesman Lucian Chalfen confirmed the delay on Monday. The fallen film mogul is still expected to appear at a pretrial hearing March 8. Weinstein’s trial had been slated for May 6, but that date was […]
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Court, Nation, Harvey Weinstein, Weinstein, Lucian Chalfen


For Your Consideration Documentary: The Making of ‘Casting Couch’

BEGIN SLIDESHOW For Your Consideration documentary: The making of ‘Casting Couch’ Filmmaker Patrick Green’s For Your Consideration documentary centers on Los Angeles-based street artist Plastic Jesus and sculptor Joshua “Ginger” Monroe’s “Casting Couch” creation, a golden statue of the disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein, clad in matching bathrobe and slippers, sitting on a chaise lounge, while provocatively holding an Academy Award trophy. Exploring the reactions behind the art and...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, Los Angeles, Green, Harvey Weinstein, Jesus, Las Vegas, Peter Jackson, Joshua, Monroe, Ocean City, Weinstein, TRENTON New Jersey, James Armstrong, Sabo


Harvard Students Call For Harvey Weinstein Attorney To Step Down As House Dean

He says he can represent Weinstein on sex abuse charges and oversee a residence full of students. Others disagree.
Tags: News, Harvard, Harvey Weinstein, Weinstein, House Dean


How The Weinstein Company’s Bankruptcy Continues To Hurt Native Women

The deal was to take the Weinstein company name off, and donate future from, the film Wind River to the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center. “For the center, which is run out of a woodstove-heated bungalow in snow-swept Lame Deer, Mont., this was a potentially huge boon. The nonprofit addresses violence against Native American women, runs a national helpline for domestic violence survivors, and provides assistance to tribes and tribal programs across the country.” Now, they’re likely to...
Tags: Art, Media, Wind River, Weinstein, Weinstein Company, National Indigenous Women 's Resource Center, 02.07.19


'Wind River' and Harvey Weinstein's broken promise to Native women and children in Indian Country

Elizabeth Olsen and Graham Greene star in Wind River. THE PLAN was that every time a person watched 'Wind River,' a portion of royalties from the movie would go to The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, which works to “enhance the safety of Native women and their children.” But NIWRC says it never got any of the promised funds, and may never get a dime. “So what went wrong?,” writes Elena Saavedra Buckley at High Country News. “Harvey Weinstein.” Great story, awful story. Excerpt:...
Tags: Post, Politics, Texas, News, Montana, Netflix, New York Times, Harvey Weinstein, Native Americans, New York Police Department, Graham Greene, Elizabeth Olsen, Indigenous, Indigenous People, Simpson, Wind River


Why the Weinstein Company Bankruptcy Hurt Native Women

An agreement to donate all profits from “Wind River” would have helped a group for Indigenous women. But the company that bought out Weinstein probably won’t recognize the pact.
Tags: Movies, News, Native Americans, Harvey, Weinstein, Weinstein Co, Wind River (Movie, Weinstein Company Bankruptcy Hurt Native Women


Juliette Binoche: Let justice do its work in Weinstein case

BERLIN (AP) — Actress Juliette Binoche is urging people to “let justice do what it needs to do” in the case of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, and says it shouldn’t be forgotten that he was a “great producer.” Binoche spoke Thursday at the Berlin film festival, where she is jury president. The star of “Chocolat” […]
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Entertainment, Berlin, Ap, Nation, Harvey Weinstein, Juliette Binoche, Weinstein, Binoche


Juliette Binoche on Harvey Weinstein: ‘He’s Had Enough…Justice Has to Do Its Work’

French actress Juliette Binoche said Thursday that Harvey Weinstein has “had enough” public excoriation and that “now justice has to do its work.” In Berlin, where she is heading the film festival jury, Binoche said she herself had had no problems with Weinstein, with whom she worked on “Chocolat” and “The English Patient,” for which […]
Tags: Berlin, Harvey Weinstein, Festivals, Berlin Film Festival, Chocolat, Juliette Binoche, Weinstein, Binoche, Harvey Weinstein Scandal


No Wall, No Peace

If Trump betrays his most loyal supporters, he’ll deserve his fate.
Tags: News, Trump, Mick, Eastman, Weinstein, John C, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Mulvaney, Immigration and Emigration, Presidential Election of 2020, Constitution (US, State of the Union Message (US, Eric (1965-


#MeToo Is A Story For Women To Tell, Not Guys Like David Mamet

Mamet’s upcoming play Bitter Wheat centers on a very Harvey Weinstein-like studio head, and Steven Berkoff is preparing a one-man show about Weinstein himself. Lyn Gardner is not having it: “Because women own this story. Not a couple of middle-aged playwrights whose recent hits have been sparse, and who are fascinated by male ‘monsters’ and want to give them more stage time. They have had quite enough.” — The Stage
Tags: Art, Theatre, Harvey Weinstein, David Mamet, Steven Berkoff, Lyn Gardner, Weinstein, Mamet, 02.04.19


Voices in action: the Hollywood actors taking a stand against abuse

What if Harvey Weinstein’s many accusers had known they were not alone? A new, anonymous platform lets victims report abuse – and get their stories heardOn 9 January 2018 the American actors Jessica Barth and Caitlin Dulany met at Verlaine, a hip coffee bar on Beverly Boulevard, in West Hollywood. They weren’t alone. Nine other women had also arrived, all of whom had recently accused the film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. The meeting had been arranged as part of an hour-long BB...
Tags: Hollywood, Film, Society, Culture, Sexuality, Harvey Weinstein, Sexual Harassment, West Hollywood, Verlaine, Weinstein, BBC Panorama, Barth, Beverly Boulevard, Dulany, Sexual Violence, Jessica Barth


We need disagreeable people to fix our dishonest institutions

Eric Weinstein is a mathematician, economist and managing director of Thiel Capital.In a recent interview with Rebel Wisdom, Weinstein spoke about the origins of the Intellectual Dark Web, and his theory of how our institutions are plagued by an "embedded growth obligation."Disagreeable people, Weinstein says, could help institutions correct themselves. None We are living in a fever dream from which we cannot wake up, and it is because we cannot figure out whom to trust, says Eric Weinstein, a m...
Tags: Psychology, Corruption, Politics, Media, Society, Innovation, Eric Weinstein, Don, Weinstein, IDW, Stanley Milgram, Wile, Milgram, Solomon Asch, Thiel Capital In, Thiel Capital This


‘Untouchable’ Review: Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers Speak Out Against the Disgraced Mogul [Sundance]

My first thought about Untouchable, the new documentary about Hollywood mega-producer and sexual predator Harvey Weinstein, was that it didn’t bring anything new to the table. But that’s not entirely true – the film reiterates every detail you already know from the key reports that have been published about him, but the true power of this movie (and for me, the only reason it should exist at all) comes in its interviews with Weinstein’s victims, and the stories from these women are just as hear...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, Los Angeles, Features, Movie Reviews, Harvey-Weinstein, Sundance, Buffalo New York, Weinstein, Untouchable, Featured Stories Sidebar, Ursula Macfarlane


Weinstein lawyers argue against sex trafficking claim

NEW YORK (AP) — Harvey Weinstein’s lawyers say the movie mogul is not a sex trafficker, despite claims in a class-action lawsuit. The lawyers in a court filing late Monday urged a New York judge to toss out civil claims by women that claim Weinstein tried to coerce sex in return for movie roles or […]
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Harvey Weinstein, Weinstein


John Malkovich to star in Weinstein-inspired play in London

LONDON (AP) — John Malkovich is returning to the London stage as a powerful Hollywood producer accused of sexual misconduct, in a play with strong echoes of the Harvey Weinstein saga. Producers announced Tuesday that Malkovich will star in the world premiere of David Mamet’s “Bitter Wheat,” which recounts the fall from grace of a […]
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Harvey Weinstein, John Malkovich, David Mamet, Weinstein, Malkovich


John Malkovich: Weinstein play may 'upset' people

The American actor is set to star in Bitter Wheat, a play inspired by the disgraced film producer.
Tags: News, John Malkovich, Weinstein


Judge: Human trafficking law Ok against Harvey Weinstein

NEW YORK (AP) — A second federal judge says a human trafficking law can be used in a civil lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein. Judge Paul Engelmayer (ENG’-gohl-meye-uhr) ruled Monday, letting a lawsuit proceed that was brought by Alexandra Canosa, a onetime consultant for Weinstein’s company. Weinstein’s lawyer, Elior Shiloh (EHL’-lee-uhr SHY-low), says the judge erred […]
Tags: New York, News, Ap, Nation, Harvey Weinstein, Paul Engelmayer, Weinstein, Elior, Alexandra Canosa


Pay up or Sell up, ICANN Tells Failing New gTLD (slashdot)

ICANN has responded to a request for it to reduce the $25,000 annual fee it charges gTLD registries. The answer is no. From a report: That wholly unsurprising reply came in a letter from registry services director Russ Weinstein to John McCabe, CEO of failing new gTLD operator Who's Who Registry. McCabe, in November, had asked ICANN to reduce its fees for TLDs, such as its own .whoswho, that have zero levels of abuse. ICANN fees are the "single biggest item" in the company's budget, he said. His...
Tags: News, Icann, McCabe, John McCabe, Weinstein, Msmash, Russ Weinstein


Know When a Celebrity Has Been Accused of Harassment With This Chrome Extension

I admittedly don’t stay up to date on a lot of celebrity gossip. That means I don’t typically know who an actor is dating or that they just had a baby. I also don’t know when someone has been accused of sexual harassment or assault unless it’s a story that’s gotten a Weinstein-level of attention.Read more...
Tags: Sexual Assault, Chrome Extensions, Sexual Abuse, Lifehacks, Sexual Harassment, Weinstein


Sundance, where Weinstein was king, airs film chronicling his fall

For more than 20 years, Harvey Weinstein reigned supreme as rainmaker at the Sundance Film Festival, spending millions of dollars to buy up the best in independent cinema. "Untouchable," directed by Ursula Macfarlane, makes no claim to offer shocking new revelations. Rather, it attempts to retrace, as rigorously and scrupulously as possible, both the talent and the decadence of one of the most powerful men in Hollywood -- a man who now awaits trial on charges of rape and sexual aggression.
Tags: Hollywood, News, Harvey Weinstein, Weinstein, Ursula Macfarlane


Harvey Weinstein’s ‘Dream Team’ of Lawyers Is Approved by Judge, With a Warning

A state judge told Mr. Weinstein conflicts may arise because two lawyers on his new team once represented Rose McGowan, one of his most vocal critics.
Tags: News, Harvey Weinstein, Sex Crimes, Rose, Duncan, Benjamin, Harvey, Levin, McGowan, Simpson, Sullivan, Weinstein, Jose, Mackey, O J, Rose McGowan


Rosanna Arquette on Backlash Since Speaking Out Against Weinstein: ‘I Don’t Have An Agent’

Ever since Harvey Weinstein’s story launched the Me Too movement in late 2018, much discussion in Hollywood has revolved around the positive progress for women in the industry. But actress Rosanna Arquette — one of the first women to publicly speak out against Weinstein — says things have not necessarily gotten better. “I think the people that […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Harvey Weinstein, Weinstein, Rosanna Arquette, Me Too


Weinstein Doc Director Questions If Hollywood Has Changed in Light of Bryan Singer Allegations

Even after new allegations surfaced earlier this week against Bryan Singer — who has repeatedly denied all accusations throughout the years — news broke that the director would keep his job helming the upcoming film “Red Sonja,” despite swift backlash from the reports of sexual misconduct. Singer called the accusations, first published in the Atlantic, “a […]
Tags: News, Atlantic, Bryan Singer, Sundance film festival, Weinstein, Untouchable, Ursula Macfarlane, Hollywood Has Changed in Light of Bryan


On Eve of SAG Awards, SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris Deals With the Spotlight

For SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris, the past year has been perhaps the most memorable of her three-decades plus career in Hollywood, which includes 147 episodes of “Beverly Hills 90210.” She’s been in the spotlight since the October, 2017, bombshell revelations about disgraced executive Harvey Weinstein.  She issued a condemnation of Weinstein a few days after […]
Tags: Hollywood, Awards, Harvey Weinstein, Beverly Hills, SAG Awards, Weinstein, AFTRA, Gabrielle Carteris


Pay up or Sell up, ICANN Tells Failing New gTLD

ICANN has responded to a request for it to reduce the $25,000 annual fee it charges gTLD registries. The answer is no. From a report: That wholly unsurprising reply came in a letter from registry services director Russ Weinstein to John McCabe, CEO of failing new gTLD operator Who's Who Registry. McCabe, in November, had asked ICANN to reduce its fees for TLDs, such as its own .whoswho, that have zero levels of abuse. ICANN fees are the "single biggest item" in the company's budget, he said. His...
Tags: Tech, Icann, McCabe, John McCabe, Weinstein, Russ Weinstein