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Steifel is at Sundance now with The New Radical, which is having its world premiere in the U.S. Documentary Competition. Votiv also produced the Jenny Slate-starrer Obvious Child at Sundance 2014.” />
In his new role, Lothrop will work with Votiv founder Brent Stiefel to evaluate, develop and produce new projects.
EXCLUSIVE: Votiv Films has hired producer Justin Lothrop on as the company's new Head Of Development. He had been at Buffalo 8 Productions, and recently served as a producer on the Sundance 2016 title As You Are starring Stranger Things' Charlie Heaton and Amandla Stenberg.
More than 250,000 marchers are expected in D.C. (and an equal number at the Los Angeles march beginning at 10 a.m. PT), with estimates of more than 100,000 in both Boston and New York, and 50,000-plus in Chicago. In all, an estimated 370 marches are planned today covering every state, with 600 marches expected around the world.
The speech, carried live on CNN, was the first of what should be extensive coverage of the Women's March events in Washington D.C. and sister marches in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago and at the Sundance Film Festival. Similar marches are taking or have taken place around the world in such locales as London, Rome, Paris, Serbia, Australia and Sweden.
Thousands of the hats have been knitted and distributed by volunteers. Shortly before Ferrera's speech, CNN correspondent Kyung Lah surveyed the growing D.C. and noted "pink hats as far as the eye can see," a reference to the so-called Pussyhats – pink knit caps with cat-ear corners – that have become the symbol of today's events.
Christening the Women's Marches in Washington, New York City, Los Angeles and around the world as "Day 1 in our united movement," speaker, actress and activist America Ferrera launched today's events in D.C. with a passionate call-to-protest against President Donald Trump and the political movement he spearheads.
"His cabinet is not America. "The president is not America," Ferrera told the large and growing crowd in the nation's Capital around 10:30 a.m. ET, a half-hour after the official start of the march. And we are here to stay." (See the video above). We are America. Congress is not America.
Deadline will have updates as the day's marches proceed.
This morning's TV news channel coverage of the march was temporarily halted with a switch to live coverage of the National Prayer Service attended by President Trump.
Among the speakers and performers scheduled at Washington's March are Melissa Harris-Perry, Michael Moore, Angela Davis, Gloria Steinem, Ashley Judd, Scarlett Johansson, Cher, Julianne Moore, France McDormand, Katy Perry, Amy Schumer, Debra Messing, Patricia Arquette, Olivia Wilde, Janelle Monae, Indigo Girls, Maxwell, MC Lyte, Alia Sharief, DJ Rimarkable, Amber Coffman and Mary Chapin Carpenter, among others. In Los Angeles, Jane Fonda, Ariana Grande, Idina Menzel and Alfre Woodard are expected to show up, and Chelsea Handler is leading the Sundance march in Park City, Utah.
MSNBC has Stephanie Gosk, Jacob Rascon and Cal Perry in D.C., Morgan Radford in New York and Beth Fouhy in Chicago. In addition to Lah, CNN this morning has correspondent Brynn Gingras heading from NYC to D.C. on a bus of marchers; Jessica Schneider stationed in New York; Miguel Marquez in Boston and Nina Dos Santos in London.
With the snow easing up, marchers will go down to nearly the bottom of Main Street before turning off to Swede Alley for the planned rally in a nearby parking lot.
With a smaller turnout that expected and battling snowfall and traffic snarls, today’s Women’s March On Main still drew thousands to Park City this morning.
A plethora of Planned Parenthood supporting signs and "We Live In Trumped Times" signs could be seen amidst the winter gear suited crowd, as well as "I'm With Meryl" stickers on many jackets in solidarity with Meryl Streep's anti-Trump speech at this months Golden Globes. "This is our country and we want Trump and everyone to know we’re not giving it up,” one marcher told Deadline Saturday morning just before the march started at 9:08 AM MT. Many marchers were chanting "Love Trumps Hate" as the walk began.
#WOMENSMARCH #MARCHONMAIN pic.twitter.com/QKHmf1LbIe
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) January 21, 2017
Handler, Maria Belo, Britton, Star’s Benjamin Bratt and Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski are among the scheduled speakers at a rally after the march. That is why so many marchers were expected from the state’s largest city in Park City today While there are marches in Washington D.C., LA, SF and all over the nation today, Salt Lake City is actually holding off on its protest until January 23, the day Utah’s legislative session starts.
While estimates that up to 5,000 people would descend on the virtually shut down town for the march, dicey weather and traffic congestion seemed to be keeping many from making it – especially from nearby Salt Lake City. “I know a lot of people who turned around when they heard how bad the roads were from Salt Lake,” a marcher on the street said. “The canyon is a parking lot,” noted one march insider. A local official estimated the crowd to be around 2,000 this morning but said "more are arriving, so it will grow."
We’ll update more from the March on Main in Park City throughout the morning.
Led by Chelsea Handler, the two-hour event down the main drag of the Sundance Film Festival’s home base was full of A-listers with Oscar winner Charlize Theron, Underground EP and Oscar winner John Legend, Nashville’s Connie Britton and more Hollywooders taking their protest against Donald Trump to the somewhat slippery street.
Main Street has been closed down this morning for the march but is expected to re-open soon after participants pass by. With Park City already packed with SFF attendees, businesses up and down the street are hoping that many of the additional out-of-town marchers will stick around to drop a few bucks.
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"Did anyone have 'carnage,' 'blood,' and 'decay' on their Inauguration Speech Bingo card?" Trevor Noah asked at the top of The Daily Show hours after Donald Trump delivered his dystopic inaugural address which, the late night host noted, former First Lady Michelle Obama seemed to be having none of.
Let's see him build that f*cking wall
You've got Paul Ryan as your bitch
no more excuses.
No more excuses,
No more excuses,
and in the Senate you've got Mitch.
like Ted Cruz is.
There's no more blaming,
Let's see you do what you've been preaching all along.
It's time to take your red cap off
Now that the Kenyan Muslim's gone
Though Trump is frightening to us all
now that I say it that sounds scary.
But it means that now we'll see
you'll look like douches,
You've got the left in full retreat
no liberal shaming.
and then I promise you'll be hated
so we're all waiting.
and make this country great again!
just what the truth is.
and really do shit.
And you can sign in any law
it's time for you to carry on,
You're the boss of military;
Cause if you fail now
and a SCOTUS empty seat.
if the bricks fit in his tiny little hands.
Then, about 6:50 into his show, in a bit of a surprise, Noah broke into song:
no more exuses.
DEADLINE: Are you going to be part of the Women’s March On Main on January 21?
DEADLINE: Is that part of the platform Amazon provides you?
I do think a lot of it’s kind of getting jumbled together and to me the way that Amazon is re-inventing everything has allowed me the sort of creative freedom that harkens back to the early days of independent filmmaking. The stuff we’re doing feels like we have a kind of freedom that people used to have in the seventies when people were just kind of experimenting and art making as their headline.
You know? We played the Transparent pilot in this cute little room, this weird room and we didn’t even know what Transparent was. SOLOWAY: That was before they were showing television and they put us in New Frontiers, which was kind of like interesting things from the Internet. We were playing it with web series and I don’t think we even understood what Amazon was up to and certainly Amazon wasn’t even there as a sponsor yet. They were just kind of almost a secret from ourselves
DEADLINE: With that and your second series about to launch on Amazon, how have your roles changed on Transparent and as a creator, director, showrunner and writer?
It pushes me to be even more explosive and inclusive and dreaming about the sizes and kinds of audiences that we can connect with. I’m sort of with Van Jones on that one. Art flourishes in a repressive regime and I love the idea of thinking about everyone in this country and what stories appeal to them. SOLOWAY: It’s becoming a really great insistence that we all just keep making our voices heard.
DEADLINE: Is that partially why you wanted to debut the show at Sundance?
DEADLINE: You are back at Sundance with the premiere of I Love Dick, why did you want to launch it here this year?
SOLOWAY: I’m going to do to DC first. I was planning on marching at Sundance and then made a last minute decision to go to DC that I just couldn’t miss it.
We’re getting ready to start shooting and can’t wait to direct the first episode. SOLOWAY: (laughs) We’re writing Season 4 right now. We have all kinds of great stuff and great guest stars and huge insane family trips I probably can’t talk about just yet. We’re challenging ourselves to keep pushing the Pfeffermans further and further towards growing up and getting it wrong.
She can be loud. We just felt like go bigger, go wilder, go crazier, have at it. She can be a nasty woman. She can be proud and by saying the patriarchy is trying to stop her from expressing herself and in our case we kind of renamed the patriarchy Dick. Then of course when the election happened we all went like she doesn’t need to be polite. She doesn’t need to be coy. She can just be like nasty. We’re always reminding people that the word Dick and patriarchy are interchangeable. She can be absolutely bombastic in her insistence that her voice is being kept from her. This isn’t whimsical.
The Topple founder also discussed overturning patriarchy and bringing more new voices into the mix, the Silicon Valley approach of Amazon and Netflix and what's next for the award winning Transparent. Before arriving in Park City, Soloway spoke with me about where she will be marching on January 21, the role of the artist in the Trump Age and her long relationship with Sundance.
He says this is the kind of work that made me want to be a film actor. When I watch this stuff I think of Cassavetes and Altman. SOLOWAY: Actually Kevin Bacon said this to me on the phone the other day after he watched all the episodes of Dick.
These are shows that wouldn’t pass the sniff test of ten male executives and they don’t need to because of the way that these companies are using that kind of start-up thinking creatively about creativity – and I like that.” /> And so, think about Lady Dynamite on Netflix for example or Fleabag on Amazon. SOLOWAY: Well, practically for me you want a lot of creative freedom from Amazon. They’re approaching television with the psychology of a start-up. But, I think, when you look at places like Amazon and Netflix, part of it is the way they use Silicon Valley thinking.
I think before the election we were kind of framing it in our minds like here’s a sort of whimsical outlier, this woman and her unabashed wildness about taking down the patriarchy is a kind of outsider perspective. SOLOWAY: You know the election happened while we were shooting I Love Dick, and I think I Love Dick was originally about a woman who was attempting to find her artistic voice within the context of a patriarchal man and a patriarchal town.
When I look on Instagram and I see people talking about Millennial solidarity and I look at how the Women’s March is about everybody not just women, it’s so exciting for me. The enemy is now clear and the enemy is now named. This is a rallying cry that women, people of color, queer people, and their allies are all one big movement. So I could not be more excited actually about how it all ties together.
This is where I first brought my film and I feel like it’s a little bit like a victory lap of returning home to share my excitement but not having that awful fear of hoping somebody buys it. SOLOWAY: Well I have so much love for Sundance.
DEADLINE: How is it different from when you first showed the Transparent pilot at Sundance in 2014?
I still go to the writers’ room but I’m focusing more on taking the things I’ve learned and attempting to share it with all the people I work with so that everybody can speak the same language and to replicate our tone. I don’t really want to be about my voice. SOLOWAY: Honestly, I feel almost less like a showrunner and more like I’m like a studio head or something. I still direct. Helping people who have been other-ized getting access to their artistic voices as a means of political power. I still write. I really want it to be about so much more power than one perfect TV show.
"The enemy is now clear and the enemy is now named," the Transparent creator and multiple Emmy winner added. "This is a rallying cry that women, people of color, queer people, and their allies are all one big movement," says Jill Soloway of the Women's Marches that are set for Washington D.C, Park City and all over the country today after Friday's Inauguration of Donald Trump.
SOLOWAY: Well, to have the safety and the comfort of the Amazon brand and now knowing what Amazon means both in television and movies, it’s like god what a five-year journey for me and Sundance is a big part of that. I actually feel like my plan is to come to Sundance and just have a great time the whole time. To be able to show Dick and to have Kevin Bacon in it and Kathryn Hahn and these great movie stars headlining this new show. I feel so, so lucky.
Besides the obvious marketing platform side of it, why do you think the Era of Peak TV has found a home at Sundance? DEADLINE: Transparent made its low key debut at Sundance a few years back when television didn’t have much of a presence at the festival, but now there’s a lot of TV here and much of it in the indie spirit that birthed Sundance.
As well as premiering on January 23 with the first three episodes of the Kathryn Hahn and Kevin Bacon starring series based on Chris Kaus' 1997 novel, Soloway will also be participating, as she has in past years, in a number of panels at Sundance. A Sundance alum and the winner of the U.S. Dramatic Directing Award with her 2013 film Afternoon Delight, Soloway returns to the Robert Redford founded fest this year with the debut of her new Amazon series I Love Dick, which launches on the streaming service on May 12.
DEADLINE: Speaking of secrets, can you give us a sense of where things are at with Transparent?
DEADLINE: So how have the election results expressed themselves in your work already?
DEADLINE: And how does that play out of the next fours years of Donald Trump’s Presidency?
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