Welcome to the first of three special episodes recorded at the 5th annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival, which took place at the Sofitel hotel in Beverly Hills, CA, Sept. 23-25, 2016. This was our second year at the festival and it was just as amazing and wildly exciting as last year. The Podcast Lab continues to be a space filled with camaraderie, deeply interesting conversations, and unbelievable collaboration. Whether you are a podcaster or a podcast fan, we urge you to make your plans now for next year’s L.A. Podcast Festival. Don’t miss this terrific event!
We chatted with our fellow podcasters and special guests in the Podcast Lab throughout the festival weekend, and each guest was asked to tell us about one film that influenced them to be who they are. In this episode, you’ll hear from:
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We had a great time chatting with Bethanie Weber Rayburn, Education Specialist with MUZEO Museum and Cultural Center, about the films that have most influenced her life and career. Join us as we discuss what goes on behind the scenes, handling Michelle Pfeiffer’s corset, the connection between Jane Austen and Nancy Meyers, and finding friends through film.
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Today, we proudly present the first episode of the Movies Made Me podcast.
Join your host, Cheryl Jones, for a look at the show format, as well as her lists of five films and three other items that have influenced her to become the person she is today. As mentioned in this edition, future episodes of Movies Made Me will feature special guests, who will discuss their lists in an informal setting that we hope you will enjoy. Like sitting down with your friends for a really great conversation about film, Movies Made Me will bring you an entertaining and personal look at the ways in which movies help us create our identities and affect us in ways we may not previously have considered.
So, sit back, relax and give episode one a listen. We hope you’ll enjoy it and will come back for more. And, please, let us know what you think; leave comments here, or use the links to the left to communicate with us through Facebook or Twitter. And be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed.
We’ll have the next episode ready for you in two weeks.