Brian Ging, Assistant Editor on Disney’s Kirby Buckets and Director/Writer/Producer of American Yearbook, joins us to talk about the movies that inspired him to pursue his career and become the man he is today. Listen in, as we discuss digital watches and whips, creative money making, the greatest 10 in 5, and the voice of the creator.
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