Episode 96: Trevor Dillon

Trevor Dillon, Programming Director at The Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, CA and Writer/Director with Ghost Party Pictures, sits down with me to talk about the movies that made him. Join us, as we discuss tiny boat epics, venturing adventure, comfort food, and the timeless West.


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Click here to listen to episode 96.

Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 96:

The Frida Cinema

Foxwood short film

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

November 12:  Episode 97, featuring Animator/Writer James Fairbanks IV, creator of Connie the Conjurer.

November 26:  Episode 98, featuring Neil Landau, author of TV Writing on Demand: Creating Great Content in the Digital Era; co-screenwriter of Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead (with episode 17 guest Tara Ison); and Assistant Dean, Special Programs and Associate Director, MFA Screenwriting – Writing for Television with the UCLA School of Film & Television

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