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Jennifer Brea
Filmmaker . Tweets cinema, disability and occasionally screams from bed. Wife of . /TC
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Jennifer Brea 1m
You had talked about making a series of videos. I still think that is a wonderful and vital idea.
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Jennifer Brea 2m
We have wonderful footage with Mina and her daughter that I still want to edit just as soon as my back heals. I running at this point years behind.
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Jennifer Brea 3m
We have talked about going out specifically to black HCPs as a first step. Would love any other ideas you might have for outreach. We need to make media by/with black patients. I now know, like, six!
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Jennifer Brea 4m
(Mean that with all love and support—I would love for you to try to do something about it.) We finally have some of the basic infrastructure now that the CDC has made some major shifts, Kaiser, etc.
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Jennifer Brea 6m
My hot take: we have known and talked about this for decades. So, what are you going to do about it?
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Jennifer Brea 7m
It’s a lot more complicated than that as I think would attest. The class and race skew is a reflection of the health disparity and of the government’s longstanding inability to take race seriously and do the outreach and research she has long called for.
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Jennifer Brea 12m
Replying to @R_tinti
Thank you!
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ME Life In a Tweet Mar 20
Here is letter to in response to the article by you know who. Prob too long to get published but worth a read for and .
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Franklin Leonard Mar 21
Here’s what I will say about ⁠ : As good as it is on its own terms, I have exactly zero doubt that seeing it in a packed theater adds that much more to it. See it early with people who are hyped to see it. As a human experience, it’ll be worth it.
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Criterion Channel 16h
We'll be kicking off April with 11 dark gems from the studio that epitomized the hard-boiled essence of film noir, featuring Fritz Lang's THE BIG HEAT + HUMAN DESIRE, Richard Quine's DRIVE A CROOKED ROAD, Jacques Tourneur's NIGHTFALL, Blake Edwards's EXPERIMENT IN TERROR & more!
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The Economist 15h
Researchers found the market’s predictions were remarkably well-synchronised with forecasts made by NASA’s climate scientists
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Jennifer Brea 17h
Replying to @kinggary
Don’t know if you have read this Atul Gawande piece but found it helpful for understanding why medicine is where it is re: computers + data:
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Jennifer Brea 17h
Replying to @kinggary
Also, very little is actually done with that data. Imagine all that we could know by now.....imagine how quickly we should be diagnosing people or preventing disease, but aren’t.
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Jennifer Brea 17h
Replying to @kinggary
Hi Gary. I have had the same thought so many times. Am also really skeptical of the narrative approach to history taking. Really grateful for doctors who actually have questionnaires (rare).
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Jennifer Brea 18h
The closest thing to this is ’s 30 years of neglect.
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Jennifer Brea 19h
Of course I mean policy wonks more than I do politicians.
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Jennifer Brea 19h
Because conservatives have been slow to ramp down the “tough on crime” drug war they started in the 1970s and to embrace marijuana legalization. Generally in last 20 years, liberals have been more in favor of decriminalization.
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Jennifer Brea 20h
Replying to @dominictook_dom
Not sure. Have not been tested yet.
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Hollywood Reporter Mar 21
In a testament to the massive success of , no other studio dared open a new film nationwide opposite
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Jennifer Brea Mar 22
Replying to @dominictook_dom
Yes, that used to be the pattern for me as well
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