Episode 98: Neil Landau

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, sat down with me to share the movies that made him. Join us, as we discuss incorrigible optimism, real-life fictional father figures, uncertainty ever after, and poking bears.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 98:

TV Writing on Demand: Creating Great Content in the Digital Era

Neil Landau on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

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.

December 24: MOVIES MADE ME 100TH EPISODE featuring Major Francis Monogram and Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz from Disney’s Phineas and Ferb.

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!