Episode 84: Mysterie Pena

Mysterie Peña, President of the Santa Monica College Gender and Sexuality Alliance and co-host of Lunch Meats podcast, sat down with me for a delightfully nerdy discussion of the movies that made him who he is today.  Join us, as we chat about Steve Martin’s Beatles, lesbian spies, how to address the easily offended, and Nerdist nerddom.

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Have something to say about Mysterie’s influential movies?  Share your thoughts, or ask me a question.  It’s easy to reach me!  Just visit the Contact Us page to send me a message, or you can email directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 84:

Lunch Meats podcast

Brave Trails LGBTQ Youth Leadership Camp

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

May 28:  Episode 85, featuring Jackie Kashian, comedian and host of The Dork Forest and The Jackie and Laurie Show podcasts.

June 11:   Episode 86 from WonderCon in Anaheim, CA.  We’ll bring you a compilation of influential movie conversations from Artist’s Alley.

Episode 82: Jordan Brady

Jordan Brady, Director of the documentaries I Am Comic, I Am Road Comic, and I Am Battle Comic, along with numerous television commercials, and host of Respect The Process podcast, shares an absolute love-fest with me as we chat about his influential movies.  Join us, as we discuss hanging stories, the Flintstone Flop, podcast life lessons, and push button horror.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 82:

Jordan Brady online

Jordan Brady on Twitter

Respect The Process podcast

I Am Battle Comic – purchases to benefit veteran’s organizations

I Am Road Comic

I Am Comic

Dill Scallion

Commerical Directing Bootcamp

A Walk On Water surf therapy

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

April 30:  Episode 83, featuring Ron Placone, comedian, host of 5 Chords and The Truth podcast, and writer/producer/panelist on The Jimmy Dore Show podcast.

May 14:  Episode 84, featuring gender and sexuality advocate, co-host of Lunch Meats podcast, and Nerdist superfan, Mysterie Peña.

Episode 74: Los Angeles Podcast Festival, part 3 of 4, featuring Jackie Kashian, Mike Schmidt, Jonathan Sadowski & Paul Gilmartin

Welcome to the third of four special episodes recorded in the Podcast Lab during the 6th annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles, CA, October 6-8, 2017.  The Podcast Lab is a noisy, frenetic environment, which you’ll undoubtedly hear in these recordings, because it is a place of creativity and collaboration between podcasters and fans.  Attending LA PodFest is the absolute highlight of the year for me and I hope the energy and excitement of the weekend is conveyed in what you’ll hear in this episode.

I spent the weekend recording  in the Podcast Lab with fellow podcasters and special guests.  I asked new friends to tell me about one film that influenced them to be who they are, and had old friends sit down to catch-up with me.  In this episode, you’ll hear from:

Be sure to check out all the terrific podcasts and projects mentioned in this episode!

What do you think of the films chosen by my guests in the Podcast Lab?  Visit the Contact Us page to send me your thoughts.  Or you can send me a message directly by emailing moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  I’d love to hear from you!

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Mark your calendar to download all the upcoming Movies Made Me episodes to enjoy! Here’s a schedule of a few upcoming shows:

January 8 – Episode 75, part 4 of 4 from the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, featuring Todd Glass, Samm Levine, and Chris Mancini.

January 22 – Episode 76 featuring film composer/violinist Emer Kinsella.

February 5 – Episode 77 featuring Micah Gallo, director/writer of the upcoming creature feature Itsy Bitsy.

Episode 72: Los Angeles Podcast Festival, part 1 of 4, featuring Murray Valeriano, Greg Behrendt & KC Wayland

Welcome to the first of four special episodes recorded in the Podcast Lab during the 6th annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles, CA, October 6-8, 2017.  Rumors abounded this year that it might be the final LA Podcast Festival, but we’re keeping our fingers crossed for another one next year, so we can again bring you our annual compilation episodes from the event.  The festival is an amazing, creative weekend for podcasters and fans, alike.  Our continued thanks to Graham Elwood, Chris Mancini and Dave Anthony for creating and producing this annual highlight.

We spent the weekend recording  in the Podcast Lab with our fellow podcasters and special guests.  We asked new friends to tell us about one film that influenced them to be who they are, and had old friends sit down to catch-up with us.  In this episode, you’ll hear from:

Be sure to check out all the terrific podcasts and projects mentioned in this episode!

What do you think of the films chosen by our guests in the Podcast Lab?  Visit our Contact Us page to send us your thoughts.  Or you can send us a message directly by emailing moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  We’d love to hear from you!

Love Movies Made Me? Please help us spread the word about the show! We count on our avid listeners to help reach new fans.  Just click one of the images below to reach our page on the social media or listening service of your choice, then share the page with your friends.  It’ll just take a moment and you’ll be making a big difference for us!

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Mark your calendar to download all our Los Angeles Podcast Festival episodes and enjoy them during the holiday season!

December 11 – Episode 73, part 2 of 4 from the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, featuring Bert Kreischer, Dave Anthony, Graham Elwood, and Gareth Reynolds.

December 25 – Episode 74, part 3 of 4 from the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, featuring Jackie Kashian, Jonathan Sadowski, Mike Schmidt, and Paul Gilmartin.

January 8 – Episode 75, part 4 of 4 from the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, featuring Todd Glass, Samm Levine, and Chris Mancini.

Episode 42: Comic Con Palm Springs

Welcome to our special episode from the inaugural Comic Con Palm Springs, which took place at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs, CA, August 26-28, 2016.  We had a great time at the Con and especially enjoyed appearing on two podcasting panels put together by our pal Phil Vecchio of the Radio Brendoman and Mandarian Orange podcasts.  Although we spent most of our time watching all the terrific panels Phil organized for the weekend, we were able to spend a couple of hours on the Con floor, where we recorded quick segments with a variety of con-goers, cosplayers, artists, and vendors.

We asked each guest to tell us about one film that influenced them to be who they are.  In this episode, you’ll hear from:

Be sure to check out all the artists and podcasts mentioned in this episode!  Support our guests!

Did you hear any of your influential movies mentioned in this episode?  Have any thoughts to share about what you heard today?  Let us know!  Visit our Contact Us page to send us your comments.  Or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  We always love hearing from listeners!

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Be sure to join us October 17 for episode 43, featuring actor/comedian/photographer Jake Lloyd!

 

Episode 41: KC Wayland

KC Wayland, Director/Writer/Actor/Producer of the audio series We’re Alive and We’re Alive: Lockdown  and the documentary film 365 Boots on the Ground, joins us to discuss the movies that have influenced him professionally and personally.  Come along, as we chat about Rita Hayworth and the US Army, Spielberg zombies, too many cooks, and the best from the worst.

And, in case you’re still wondering after hearing the episode, the two dome theaters at the Century Cinedome in Orange, CA each seated 863 people. More information on the theater can be found here and here.

Were any of your influential movies on KC’s list?  Have any thoughts to share about this episode?  Let us know!  Visit our Contact Us page to send us your comments.  Or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  We’d love to hear from you!

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 41:

KC Wayland on IMDB

We’re Alive and We’re Alive: Lockdown

 

Episode 40: Brian Ging

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.

For our Los Angeles area listeners, don’t forget to buy your tickets to attend the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, September 23-25, at the Sofitel Beverly Hills.  We’d love to have you visit us in the Podcast Lab to record a segment for the show!  We’ll even have Movies Made Me stickers and buttons to give away!  Come to the festival, see some of the biggest names in podcasting as they record live shows, and spend some time getting to know us.

As discussed in this episode, our fantastic new theme music is composed and performed by Jeremiah Jacobs of The Heartbreak Time Machine.  Please support Jeremiah by following The Heartbreak Time Machine on Facebook and Instagram.  Be sure to listen with Spotify, YouTube, or Sound Cloud.  And, please, purchase the Heartbreak Time Machine’s albums and songs on iTunes, Google Play Music and Amazon!

What did you think of this episode?  Did Brian choose any of your influential movies?  Let us know!  Visit our Contact Us page to send us your comments.  Or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  We’d love to hear from you!

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 40:

Brian Ging on IMDB

The Heartbreak Time Machine