Episode 105: 4th Anniversary Celebration!

To celebrate the 4th anniversary of the show, I gathered together some amazing past guests for a free-wheeling conversation about a little bit of everything. You’ll hear from

Elysabeth Alfano – Host of Awesome Vegans, Silver Chic Chef, and Celebrity Dinner Party. Featured in the upcoming film Gray is the New Blonde. Hear her influential movies on episode 101.

Giovannie Espiritu – Star of the upcoming film D-railed and TV show Dyke Central, acting coach. Hear her influential movies on episode 81.

Eddie Furth – Creator and Producer of Historical Roasts (coming to Netflix), comedian. Hear his influential movies on episode 31.

Jake Lloyd – Co-founder of Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network, host of Elaborate and Dungeons & Dragon Wagon, writer/director of the feature film Pinch, comedian. Hear his influential movies on episode 43.

Ron Placone – Comedian, host of Get Your News On with Ron, Producer/Writer on The Jimmy Dore Show. Hear his influential movies on episode 83.

Join this lively group as we discuss short lists, 25 cent autographs, fight clubs and tag sales, copycats and infringers, things we can’t talk about, everything Gene Wilder, and mind blowing truths.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 105:

Elysabeth Alfano – Website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Giovannie Espiritu – Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube

Eddie Furth – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Jake Lloyd – Website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Ron Placone – Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube

Jake Lloyd’s Mending Steel storyline

Eddie Furth’s Historical Roast and Fictional Roast

Giovannie Espiritu’s Hollywood Actor’s Workshop and An Introvert’s World (Part of Your World PARODY)

Gray is the New Blonde (featuring Elysabeth Alfano)

Ron Placone’s Get Your News on with Ron

Dragon Wagon Shop – Get your Movies Made Me and DWR gear!

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

March 18: Episode 106, featuring Sofia Stefou, CEO of VidaCher and Actor/Producer.

Movies Made Me is a part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network. Learn more at dragonwagonradio.com.

Episode 73: Los Angeles Podcast Festival, part 2 of 4, featuring Graham Elwood, Bert Kreischer, Gareth Reynolds & Dave Anthony

Welcome to the second of our 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.  While the change of location from previous festivals presented its own unique set of challenges to those of us in the Lab, we were able to sit down and record with some amazing people, and hope you’ll enjoy the conversations as much as we did.

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!

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

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 68: Darcy Staniforth

Darcy Staniforth, academic advisor at CSU Fullerton, writer for Cinema Sentries, voice actor on Puppet Hunt podcast, improviser/comedian, and aspiring magician, joins us to chat about the movies that made her the unique woman she is today.  Listen along, as we discuss splitting coconuts, the Kiefer craze, weeping after breakfast, and tiny hats & nail beds.

Let us know what you think of Darcy’s influential movies!  Share your thoughts, or ask us a question.  It’s easy to reach us!  Just visit our Contact Us page to send us a message, or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 68:

Cinema Sentries.com

Puppet Hunt podcast

Steven Banks Home Entertainment Center (on YouTube)

The Magic Castle

Be sure to join us October 16 for episode 69, a compilation of conversations from Long Beach Comic Con!  Catch up with past guests and meet new friends as we roam the convention floor.

Episode 61: Wayne Federman

Wayne Federman, comedian/actor/author/adjunct professor, recently sat down to discuss the movies that have influenced him to be who he is today.  Wayne is, perhaps, best known for his “Federman and out” cameo appearances in numerous films and television shows, including Legally Blonde, Documentary Now, and the upcoming The House (starring Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler).  A regular at the Hollywood Improv and  comedy clubs across the nation, he recently released his first stand-up CD, The Chronicles of Federman; a 3 disc set, featuring highlights from 30 years of his comedy career.  Join us, as we talk about taking lessons from bannisters, the ruins of reality, magnificent style, and rational celebration.

Have a thought to share about Wayne’s movie choices?  Want to tell us about a film that influenced you?  Have a question or comment about Movies Made Me?  Visit our Contact Us page to send us a message.  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 61:

WayneFederman.com

Wayne Federman on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube

The Chronicles of Federman CD

Pete Maravich: The Authorized Biography of Pistol Pete

USC School of Dramatic Arts, Comedy (Performance) Minor

Visions of Light documentary

Kyle Cease: Evolving Out Loud

Your Erroneous Zones by Wayne Dyer

The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz & Janet Mills

The Rational Optomist by Matt Ridley

Be sure to join us July 10 for our next episode!

Episode 48: Los Angeles Podcast Festival, part 3 of 3, featuring Samm Levine, Wayne Federman, Todd Glass & Dave Anthony

Welcome to the final of our three special episodes recorded in the Podcast Lab during the 5th annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival at the Sofitel hotel in Beverly Hills, CA, Sept. 23-25, 2016.  We’re already looking forward to next year’s festival and invite you to join us! Keep an eye on the L.A. Podcast Festival website for more information and make your plans to be there!  It’s an amazing and extremely entertaining 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 segments with our fellow podcasters and special guests, who we asked 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 terrific podcasts and projects mentioned in this episode!

Join us again January 9 for episode 49 with PJ Haarsma, author of The SoftwireSeries, Rings of Orbis books and Executive Producer of Con Man starring Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion on Comic-Con HQ (season 2 now available!).  Be sure to check out the Spectrum comic book and Con Man: The Game!

Also, be sure to join us January 23 for episode 50 with Hal Lublin, voice-over actor currently appearing in The Mighty Magiswords on Cartoon Network, Thrilling Adventure Hour podcast and Welcome to Nightvale podcast, and co-host of We Got This With Mark and Hal podcast and Tights and Fights podcast.

What do you think of the films chosen by our guests in this episode?  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!

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Episode 37: Frank Dietz

Frank Dietz, actor/filmmaker/writer/artist/animator and host of the Damn Dirty Geeks podcast, joins us to discuss the movies that made him the multi-talented Monster Kid he is today.  Listen in, as we discuss monstrous acting, keeping your appendages safe, musical breathers, and horrendous bubble gum.

We’re beyond excited to be premiering the brand new Movies Made Me intro and outro with this episode! Our fantastic new music is composed and performed by Jeremiah Jacobs of The Heartbreak Time Machine.  Please support this awesome musician by following The Heartbreak Time Machine on Facebook and Instagram.  Be sure to listen with Spotify, YouTube, or Sound Cloud.  And, please, show how much you love our new theme music by purchasing the Heartbreak Time Machine’s albums and songs on iTunes, Google Play Music and Amazon!

Our incredible voice-over was recorded by Sandra Espinoza on Fiverr.com.  We highly recommend her work!  Follow Sandra on Facebook and Twitter and be sure to let her know how much you enjoy hearing her on our show!

Let us know what you think about this episode!  Visit our Contact Us page to send us your thoughts.  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 37:

Damn Dirty Geeks podcast on iTunes

Damn Dirty Geeks website

Sketchy Things: The Art and Films of Frank Dietz

A Zombie Next Door

Thinking Outside The Longbox podcast on iTunes (including Con Man Extras parts 1 & 2)

Episode 35: Elyse Ashton

Elyse Ashton, actress and co-host on The Anglophile Channel, joins us to discuss the movies that made her, as we premiere our brand new, upgraded recording equipment.  Check out our improved sound as we chat about hairy husbands, serious anglophilia, fairies and flies, and grown-up HR Pufnstuff.

Let us know what you think about our new sound!  Visit our Contact Us page to send us your thoughts.  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 35:

The Anglophile Channel on YouTube