Episode 114: Alexandra Taylor

Alexandra Taylor, writer and office production assistant, sat down with me for a humorous talk about the movies that made her who she is today. Join us, as we discuss old-timey talk, the twee and the quaint, Christmas crack, and TV glue.

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Have something to say about Alexandra’s influential movies?  Want to share a comment 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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Alexandra Taylor on Twitter and Instagram

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July 22: Episode 115, featuring Ryan Pigg, Co-Executive Producer of Historical Roasts on Netflix.

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

Episode 107: Laura House

Laura House, comedian, International Emmy nominated writer, and meditation teacher, sat down with me on a lazy Sunday afternoon to talk about the movies that influenced her to be the multi-talented woman she is today.  Join us, as we discuss blue alien birds, getting paid to eat candy, professional class comedians, and prepared procrastination.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 107:

Laura House online

Laura House on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube

How to (not) Hate Yourself podcast

Dreams Into Action: Getting What You Want! by Milton Katselas

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April 15: Episode 108, conversations from WonderCon Anaheim, featuring actor Cas Anvar (The Expanse).

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

Episode 106: Sofia Stefou

Sofia Stefou, CEO of VidaCher and Actor/Producer, spent time with me to talk about the movies that made her who she is today.  Join us, as we discuss basement bonding, croissants and sunglasses, 200 page train rides, and the right time for Los Angeles.

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Have something to say about Sofia’s influential movies?  Want to share a comment 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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Sofia Stefou on Instagram and Facebook

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April 1: Episode 107, featuring Laura House, comedian, writer, and meditation teacher.

April 15: Episode 108, featuring conversations from WonderCon Anaheim.

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

Episode 104: Troy Conrad

Troy Conrad, professional photographer and creator of Set List, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made him the creative person he is today. Join us, as we discuss saving Latin, vomiting alone in the bathroom, making a ruckus, and supplemental rejections.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 104:

Set List (YouTube)

Runyon Just Above Sunset (YouTube)

Seth Goden – Quieting the Lizard Brian (YouTube)

Howard Bloom – Osama Bin Laden, Michael Jackson, and the Power of Group IQ (YouTube)

Alessandro (Alex) Zanardi: Touch The Sky (YouTube)

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March 4: Episode 105, 4th Anniversary Celebration! featuring Elysabeth Alfano, Giovannie Espiritu, Eddie Furth, Jake Lloyd, and Ron Placone.

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 102: Laura Cathrine

Laura Cathrine, college English instructor and Post Script Editorial Assistant, sat down with me during a recent visit from Texas to talk about the movies that made her who she is today. Join us, as we discuss oddball tribes, exacerbating Sinese, black and white foreign war movies, and aunt-moms & cuz-bros.

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Have some feedback about LC’s influential movies?  Want to share a comment 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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Post Script journal

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February 4: Episode 103, featuring another great guest!

Episode 101: Elysabeth Alfano

Elysabeth Alfano, host of Awesome Vegans podcast, Accidental Vegan Chef, and The Celebrity Dinner Party sat down with me to chat about the movies that influenced her to be the amazing, creative woman she is today.  Join us, as we discuss one take beauty, refusing the back seat, relaxation at the Circle K, and vegetarian elections.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 101:

Awesome Vegans podcast

The Celebrity Dinner Party podcast

Elysabeth Alfano website

Elysabeth Alfano on YouTube

Elysabeth Alfano on Twitter and Instagram

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January 21: Episode 102, featuring Laura Cathrine, college instructor and editorial research assistant.

Episode 97: James Fairbanks IV

James Fairbanks IV, animator/writer and creator of Connie the Conjurer, sat down with me to chat about the movies that made him the up-and-coming name in the animation world that he is today. Join us, as we discuss the eternal high school Python, flying children, simple genius, and animated networking.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 97:

Connie the Conjurer – Indiegogo

Connie the Conjurer on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram

Crystal & The Northern Lights by James Fairbanks IV – Amazon

James Fairbanks IV on Twitter & Instagram

A Walk On Water surf therapy

Dan Povenmire & Jeff “Swampy” Marsh rap videos:  “Animatin'” (Phineas & Ferb) and “We’re Gonna Do It Again” (Milo Murphy’s Law)

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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

December 10: Episode 99, featuring Jeremiah Jacobs (The Heartbreak Time Machine), composer of the Movies Made Me theme music! Hear his awesome songs on Soundcloud.