Episode 118: Danelle Garrison

Danelle Garrison, Volunteer and Education Program Manager at Heritage Square Museum, sat down with me to discuss the movies that made her who she is. Join us, as we chat about Pokemon and foot sounds, getting dressed, peak pretension, and roundtable roasts.

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Have something to say about Danelle’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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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 118:

Heritage Square Museum

Costumer’s Guild West

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

September 16: Episode 119, featuring Rebecca Evans, host of The Art.

September 30: Episode 120, featuring Emily Schmemily, host of Dunston Checks Min and Go Go Godzilla.

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

Episode 111: Michael Foster

Michael Foster, actor seen in The Walking Dead: Red Machete, Lethal Weapon on FOX, Pinch (directed by episode 43 guest Jake Lloyd), and model on over 800 romance novel covers, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made him. Join us, as we discuss galactic awakenings, zombie shopping, dad-approved bachelorettes, and Mammoth lightbulbs.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 111:

The Walking Dead: Red Machete

Pinch (trailer)

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

June 10: Episode 112, featuring comedian Alex Kojfman. Get his brand new album, This Is the Sound of My Voice, on iTunes.

June 24: Episode 113, featuring actress Sarah Oliver, host of Mythunderstood.

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

Episode 80: Josh Saltzman

I sat down with television writer Josh Saltzman, who I had the pleasure of working with on the animated series Pete The Cat for Amazon Prime.  Listen in, as we get to know each other better, while discussing grandfather humor, closeted memories, schizophrenic llamas, and manic frogs.

Have something to say about Josh’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 80:

Josh Saltzman on Twitter

Josh Saltzman on YouTube

Strange Yarns on wattpad

Strange Yarns filmmaking competition

Pete The Cat (Amazon Prime)

Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore

Be sure to join us for these upcoming episodes:

April 2:  Episode 81, featuring actress Giovannie Espiritu

April 16:  Episode 82, featuring Jordan Brady, director of I Am Battle Comic, I Am Road Comic, I Am Comic, and numerous television commercials. Host of Respect The Process podcast.

Episode 76: Emer Kinsella

Emer Kinsella, film music composer, songwriter, and experimental violinist, sat down with me to discuss the movies that made her the multi-talented woman she is today. Join us, as we discuss melting music, Irish baseball, tragedies for children, and magical seeds.

Have a thought about any of Emer’s movie choices?  Share your comments, 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 76:

Emer Kinsella online

Emer Kinsella on Twitter

Emer Kinsella (Emersion Music) on Facebook

Emer Kinsella (Emersion Music) on Instagram

Be sure to join us for these upcoming episodes:

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

February 19:  Episode 78 with comedian Jeff Capri, one of the featured performers in the documentary I Am Battle Comic.

Episode 71: Daniel Groves

Daniel Groves, co-host of We Are Adults? podcast joins us to chat about the movies that influenced him to be who he is today.  Listen in, as we discuss trashcan twins, to laugh or not to laugh, killer tires, and big onions.

Have something to say about Daniel’s movie choices?  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 71:

Hoppy Head Productions presents We Are Adults? podcast

Be sure to join us November 27 for episode 72, the first of four episodes from the 2017 Los Angeles Podcast Festival, featuring Murray Valeriano, Greg Behrendt, and KC Wayland.

Episode 62: Gigi Johnson

Gigi Johnson, Executive Director of the UCLA Center for Music Innovation, host of the Innovating Music podcast, and creator of the Maremel Institute, recently sat down with us to discuss the movies that influenced her to be the fascinating woman she is today.  Join us, as we talk about ageing music, Bonding with friends, tracking through playlists, and anonymous alternatives.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on Gigi’s movie choices.  Let us know what you think! 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 62:

Innovating Music podcast

UCLA Center for Music Innovation

The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music

Maremel Institute

Gigi’s Book Club on Facebook

Dragonriders of Pern on Amazon

Working Identity: Unconventional Strategies for Reinventing Your Career by Herminia Ibarra

I Hope I Screw This Up by Kyle Cease

Be sure to join us July 24 for our next episode, featuring Andrew Linde, co-founder of the Benview Network and host of Super Mario Brothers Minute podcast, and Nothing New: A Remake Podcast!

Episode 54: Kaela Berry

Kaela Berry, host of The Artist Tree podcast and producer of Midnight Marinara podcast, sits down to discuss the movies that have influenced her to be who she is today.  Join us, as we discuss pink elephants and Brazil, growing up with Mel Brooks, when bad is good, and using martial arts to get into college.

Have a comment to make about Kaela’s movie choices?  Want to share 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 54:

The Artist Tree podcast

Midnight Marinara podcast

The Benview Network

Tara Ison’s The List

Be sure to join us April 3 for episode 55, featuring theatrical director Dave Schmidt.