In this episode of Ventures, my guest Phillip Tran (https://mobile.twitter.com/ptran, CMO at https://madworld.io/) and I discuss Web3 strategies for IRL and specific market verticals. We talk about how MADWorld is partnering with key brands, plans in LA and Miami this week, advice for new Web3 entrepreneurs, commentary on the current market, and recommendations for how those new to Web3 can get up to speed.Visit https://satchel.works/@wclittle/ventures-episode-125 for detailed notes and links to resources (videos, articles, etc…) mentioned. You can watch this episode via video here. 1:27 - Tee-up for the episode, never a dull moment in web3, background and introduction 3:49 - The story of starting MADworld → https://madworld.io/4:58 - What MADworld does / value proposition for the world. (Originally Web3 strategy, now key brand partnerships in a handful of verticals)6:06 - Plans this week in LA and Miami - what should folks expect in these cities this week (Nov 28, 2022 week)7:10 - Web3 strategies, the landscape/market has changed, what is Phillip's commentary on the market and how it has changed Web3 strategies.10:40 - More about the four verticals that MADworld is approaching and partnering with brands (story from Ghost in the Shell).13:51 - Where does Phillip think the Web3 space is heading? What themes is he seeing?16:04 - More information about the products & product roadmaps that MADworld is working on. “Bringing global culture to Web3” – Also, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukiyo-e 18:05 - What advice does Phillip have for new Web3 entrepreneurs?20:17 - What different areas / projects is Madworld working on? Beyond anime and sports, moving into music and streetwear.23:30 - Music and Web3 / Music NFTs27:14 - For the person who is new to Web3, what resources / approaches would Phillip recommend to help them get up to speed and learn?30:22 - Where can people learn more and engage with Phillip / Madword? → https://madworld.io/ – https://mobile.twitter.com/ptran // PhilTran.eth
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Is it really fair to compare an animated film with its live-action remake? Darn tootin' it is! The Film School Janitors watched both the original anime film, GHOST IN THE SHELL, and Scarlett Johansson's live-action remake. How do they compare? Other than one is a cartoon and one is cartoonish, of course...
Cyberpunk 2077 Edgerunners - Episode 218: What do you wanna do? What's your point of view? There's a party soon, do you wanna go? We really wanna stay at your house this week, Normies, because we're talking a sad one this week - it's Cyberpunk 2077: Edgerunners on Normies Like Us! The Netflix Anime series is a smash, bringing fresh eyes to the dystopian video game series - but are your hosts in love or is it all a bunch of choom? Tune in to find out, Gonks! Burn Corpo Shit. Insta @NormiesLikeUs https://www.instagram.com/normieslikeus/ @jacob https://www.instagram.com/jacob/ @JoeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/joehasinsta/ @MikeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/mikehasinsta/
The original Ghost In The Shell was a landmark anime film that has influenced countless movies, TV shows and more since its release in 1995. The sequel is... fine. Can we come up with something that would be a more fitting follow-up? How easy is it to integrate philosophy into a sci-fi action story? And how many mechsuits has Matt insisted on putting in his pitch? Website: www.sequelisers.com/ Discord: www.sequelisers.com/discord Monthly live streams: www.sequelisers.com/live-streams Shop: www.sequelisers.com/shop Twitter: twitter.com/sequelisers Instagram: instagram.com/sequelisers Music by Daniel Williams
Sibelle Yüksek aka Sibelley has made a name for herself in the flameworking and functional glass worlds through the creation of what she refers to as “little women.” After focusing primarily on nudes, she shifted her energies into making video game and anime characters outfitted with accessories and garments. One early complex piece took roughly 40 hours to make. This female rig outfitted with a machine gun is a glass representation of Motoko from Ghost In The Shell. Considering the sculptural nature of her art, it's not surprising that Sibelley majored in illustration at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, with the goal of working in fashion. But she fell in love with glass in an elective casting course and decided to double major in glass studies – an artform that would come in handy for sculptural installations and jewelry making. Moving to Los Angeles, California, in 2014, Sibelley set up a torch in an ill-advised bedroom studio, where she made jewelry until landing a gig at Neptune Glassworks. There, she learned how to make vessels and glassware while experimenting with smokables on the side. The artist credits 2 Stroke with her move into functional glass. While assisting him at his AGE show, he pointed out the many benefits of transitioning into the pipe scene. In 2018, it all came together for Sibelley after taking a master class with OG flameworker, Robert Mickelsen, who taught her how to refine her sculpting with holloware. “I spent so many years studying the figure in illustration, doing live drawings, looking at comic books, drawing and drawing and drawing. So, the body has always been with me. But when I took his class, everything fell into place. I know how to work with glass and I know bodies, so he was the glue that put it together for me.” Most of Sibelley's work is marketed through her Instagram, where she has built a growing following. The artist is still trying to figure out where her pieces fit in to the pipe scene and the art world – should they be found in head shops and smoke shops, or interior design settings? Should they be functional or sculptural? Carly Fisher, Leafly.com, wrote: “There's something daring and uniquely fitting about a woman facing the flames, not adhering to preconceived notions about how a pipe should look or devaluing its legitimacy as art because it can be used for cannabis. If anything, it's another example of the limitless ways people are reexamining and elevating cannabis culture to a broader market.” Combining influences from her teen obsessions with Japanese comic books and gaming, experiences with yoga and bodywork, and her education in fashion illustration, Sibelley's delicate, naturalistic interpretations of female bodies that double as a pipe put her on the map. She recently held her first solo show at Glass2Grass in Miami on September 4, and she will participate in the upcoming exhibition, Mins Volume 4 on October 14 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The show will feature works from over 200 artists including Sibelley. VIP tickets are available via the link in @minspipeshow Instagram bio. General admission is free. Sibelley will demo at GAS Detroit in June and teach at the Corning Museum of Glass from July 9-16, 2023.
Divers, we've reached the mid-point in our Cyberpunk Series. For episode 5 N&D are Deep Diving Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys. This Post Apocalyptic Time Travel Thriller was borrowed from another list, to fill in for Mamoru Oshii's Ghost In The Shell, which N&D already covered all the way back in episode 7.
In a cinematic journey that Phineas Fogg would envy, Abhin and Rohit commemorate the death of French legend Jean-Luc Godard with a freewheeling conversation on world cinema. Movies being discussed: France Breathless (1960) 400 Blows (1959) Zazie In The Metro (1960) Bande A Part (1964) The Dreamers (2003) Italy Rome, Open City (1945) Bicycle Thieves (1948) La Dolce Vita (1960) 8½ (1963) Cinema Paradiso (1988) Life is Beautiful (1997) Sweden/ Denmark/ Norway Wild Strawberries (1957) The Seventh Seal (1957) Trollhunter (2010) The Hunt (2012) Another Round (2020) The Worst Person In The World (2021) Germany/Poland Das Boot (1981) Possession (1981) Der Untergang (2004) The Lives Of Others (2006) Iraq/Iran Children of Heaven (1997) Persepolis (2007) A Separation (2011) Mosul (2019) Russia Battleship Potemkin (1925) Come and See (1986) Japan Rashomon (1950) Seven Samurai (1954) The Hidden Fortress (1958) Nausica Of The Valley of The Wind (1984) Grave of the Fireflies (1988) My Neighbor Totoro (1988) Ghost In The Shell (1995) Princess Mononoke (1997) Perfect Blue (1997) Ringu (1998) Audition (1999) Battle Royale (2000) Spirited Away (2001) Howl's Moving Castle (2004) Paprika (2006) Your Name (2016) Shoplifters (2018) Drive My Car (2021) South Korea My Sassy Girl (2001) Oldboy (2003) Memories of Murder (2003) Oldboy (2003) Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005) I Saw The Devil (2010) The Handmaiden (2016) Train to Busan (2016) The Wailing (2016) Parasite (2019) Indonesia/Thailand Infernal Affairs (2002-2003) The Raid Redemption (2011) China/Hong Kong Police Story (1985) Shaolin Soccer (2001) In The Mood For Love (2000) Kung Fu Hustle (2004) Australia Lake Mungo (2008) Animal Kingdom (2010) Mexico The Devil's Backbone (2001) Children of Men (2006) Pan's Labyrinth (2005) Birdman (2014) Revenant (2015) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Brandon, James, Britnee, and Hanna discuss a grab bag of fantasy films & fairy tales, starting with the 1988 Warwick Davis star-maker Willow https://swampflix.com/ 00:00 Welcome 02:25 Vengeance (2022) 09:20 Barbarian (2022) 12:50 Seconds (1966) 17:05 Ghost in the Shell (1995) 22:05 Willow (1988) 44:30 The Singing Ringing Tree (1957) 1:02:17 Gretel & Hansel (2020) 1:17:17 Belle (2022)
On January 18th, 2021, the gang brought Akira to the podcast, a legendary pillar of Japanese animated media and the cyberpunk genre today, though as a film itself is flawed somewhat. But there is another: 1995's Ghost in the Shell feels deeper, more introspective, and more ethereal, and it demands multiple rewatches to fully understand - and appreciate - how important this movie is to future blockbusters like The Matrix and Ex Machina. It's beautifully animated, takes its time to be metaphorical and inquisitive, and has an incredibly fascinating antagonist. Content warning: SPOILERS, strong language.
IDW artist Gavin Smith is our guest today. Our guest today is best known for his works on the IDW Star Trek comics the "Mirror War". Cover artist for the upcoming issue TMNT #134, Gavin has also worked on books such as The Accelerators, Have you any Fear?, The Good Fight ( with Mark Waid), Human City, Ghost in the Shell, and Dead Legends! Listen in on our conversation about turtles with Gavin and be sure to follow him on Instagram and Twitter @Gavinpsmith. Check out the New Pizza recipe the BLT! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/epictalesfromthesewers/message
This week on MTM, James still thinks animated films are child's play. We have an uneducated conversation and fail to answer the question: “What is anime?” Message Boards & Pod Support Music: Cliff Side by Silent Partner Space Navigator by Sarah the Instrumentalist Find us on: Twitter Facebook YouTube
This week on The One Piece Podcast, we open the Patreon vault and share some of the amazing One Piece-related work from our crew at MAJI MEDIA! Real It In #1: “Ghost in The Shell” & “The Last Airbender Hosts Sam & Jill discuss the latest One Piece Netflix news and delve deep into The Last Airbender […] The post Episode 736, “OPP Cross Guild” appeared first on The One Piece Podcast.
"It found a voice...now it needs a body!" Joe's challenge was to pick from the video store's anime section, and Josh pushed aside multiple VHS of Robotech & Pokemon to emerge with Mamoru Oshii's cyberpunk classic! Will they succeed in unravelling the plot or be too distracted by basset hounds? Available to listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, & Google Podcasts! For questions/comments, connect with us on Instagram @videodropboxpodcast, Twitter @videodropbox, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Josh: @queerbaitdanceparty Joe: @something_of_boris Logo & theme music by Jason Mitchell: @jasonlynnmitchell
By patron request: Jeremy Parish, Todd Ciolek, and patron Scott Rothman triple-jump into history, their eyes unerringly fixed upon their collective destination: The history of Jumping Flash! creators Exact, from Geograph Seal to Ghost in the Shell. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early access, better audio quality, and great exclusive content. Learn more at http://www.patreon.com/retronauts
In June, a Google employee who claimed the company had created a sentient artificial intelligence bot was placed on administrative leave. Blake Lemoine, part of Google's Responsible AI (“artificial intelligence”) program, had been interacting with a language AI known as “Language Model for Dialogue Applications,” or LaMDA. When the algorithm began talking about rights and personhood, Lemoine decided his superiors and eventually the public needed to know. To him, it was clear the program had become “sentient,” with the ability to feel, think, and experience life like a human. Google denied the claim (which is exactly what they would do, isn't it?). “There was no evidence that LaMDA was sentient (and lots of evidence against it),” said a spokesperson. The Atlantic's Stephen Marche agreed: “The fact that LaMDA in particular has been the center of attention is, frankly, a little quaint…. Convincing chatbots are far from groundbreaking tech at this point.” True, but they are the plot of a thousand science fiction novels. So, the question remains, is a truly “sentient” AI even possible? How could code develop the capacity for feelings, experiences, or intentionality? Even if our best algorithms can one day perfectly mirror the behavior of people, would they be conscious? How one answers such questions depends on one's anthropology. What are people? Are we merely “computers made of flesh?” Or is there something more to us than the sum of our parts, a true ghost in the machine? A true ghost in the shell? These kinds of questions about humans and the things that humans make reflect what philosopher David Chalmers has called “the hard problem of consciousness.” In every age, even if strictly material evidence for the soul remains elusive, people have sensed that personhood, willpower, and first-person subjective experiences mean something. Christians are among those who believe that we are more than the “stuff” of our bodies, though Christians, unlike others, would be quick to add, but not less. There is something to us and the world that goes beyond the physical because there is a non-material, eternal God behind it all. Christians also hold that there are qualitative differences between people and algorithms, between life and non-living things like rocks and stars, between image bearers and other living creatures. Though much about sentience and consciousness remains a mystery, personhood rests on the solid metaphysical ground of a personal and powerful Creator. Materialists have a much harder problem declaring such distinctions. By denying the existence of anything other than the physical “stuff” of the universe, they don't merely erase the substance of certain aspects of the human experience such as good, evil, purpose, and free will: There's no real grounding for thinking of a “person” as unique, different, or valuable. According to philosopher Thomas Metzinger, for example, in a conversation with Sam Harris, none of us “ever was or had a self.” Take brain surgery, Metzinger says. You peel back the skull and realize that there is only tissue, tissue made of the exact same components as everything else in the universe. Thus, he concludes, the concept of an individual “person” is meaningless, a purely linguistic construct designed to make sense of phenomena that aren't there. That kind of straightforward claim, though shocking to most people, is consistent within a purely materialist worldview. What quickly becomes inconsistent are claims of ethical norms or proper authority in a world without “persons.” In a world without a why or an ought, there's only is, which tends to be the prerogative of the powerful, a fact that Harris and Metzinger candidly acknowledge. In a materialist world, any computational program could potentially become “sentient” simply by sufficiently mirroring (and even surpassing) human neurology. After all, in this worldview, there's no qualitative difference between people and robots, only degrees of complexity. This line of thinking, however, quickly collapses into dissonance. Are we really prepared to look at the ones and zeros of our computer programs the same way we look at a newborn baby? Are we prepared to extend human rights and privileges to our machines and programs? In Marvel's 2015 film Avengers: Age of Ultron, lightning from Thor's hammer hits a synthetic body programmed with an AI algorithm. A new hero, Vision, comes to life and helps save the day. It's one of the more entertaining movie scenes to wrestle with questions of life and consciousness. Even in the Marvel universe, no one would believe that a mere AI algorithm, even one designed by Tony Stark, could be sentient, no matter how sophisticated it was. In order to get to consciousness, there needed to be a “secret sauce,” in this case lightning from a Nordic hammer or power from an Infinity Stone. In the same way, as stunning as advances in artificial intelligence are, a consciousness that is truly human requires a spark of the Divine.
Hello fellow Weeb's and Otaku's! Welcome to another episode of Anime Fix! Where you get your fix for all things anime! This week we are watching an reviewing a classic sci fi anime, Ghost in the Shell!!!! I can't believe we waited this long to watch and review this anime classic but we finally did. Tune in to listen to Lance discuss if this sci fi world ranks in the top worlds he would want to live in and discuss what are thoughts are on the movie overall! Thank you to everyone who listens every week!!! Intro Outro Credit - Kijugo (Unravel - Tokyo Ghoul but is it okay if it's lofi?) Twitter - https://twitter.com/AnimeFixx
Max and Chris are BACK like they woke up from a deep sleep as they try to make sense of DREAMHUNTER REM, one of those oddballs you're gonna find on YouTube bootlegs and just about nowhere else! Topics include:Why is this paranormal detective girl shooting gundam missiles every episode?Who is this show for? Uhhh hard to say but I think there's some clues in here...If a cartoon is everything, is it anything?All this and our personal sleeping habits, oh wow! We are the coolest, most consistent comedy/analysis anime recap podcast recorded in backyard, pretty please rate review like subscribe Follow us in your hearts and your dreams @animedeathray
Egy klasszikus cyberpunk akciófilmet néztük újra, hiszen a közeljövő Detroitjában játszódó történet olyan mozik nyomdokaiban jár, mint a Szárnyas fejvadász, és amelyet olyanok követtek, mint a Ghost in the Shell, az Akira, a Dredd bíró, A jövő szökevénye, illetve kicsit érintőlegesen a Mátrix is. Az 1987-ben bemutatott Robotzsaru aktuális adásunk témája és felütése. https://parallaxis.blog.hu/2022/08/04/whitesam_ep3 https://youtu.be/-h9M0n0Okis A Parallaxis Patreon oldalán támogatóink számára még a premier előtt elérhetővé tesszük podcastjeink legújabb epizódját! https://www.patreon.com/parallaxis Podcastjeink epizódjai elérhetőek Facebookon, Soundcloud- és YouTube-csatornánkon, valamint Google Podcasts-en, iTunes-on és Spotify-on is! Kattints és válassz platformot! https://parallaxis.blog.hu/2021/07/16/podcast_platformok
Agents Scott and Cam, along with guest operative Jarrah Hodge from the Women at Warp podcast, perform slow-mo high dives off neon-lit skyscrapers while hacking in to the Scarlett Johansson-led 2017 live-action remake of Ghost in the Shell. Directed by Rupert Sanders. Starring Scarlett Johansson, Pilou Asbæk, 'Beat' Takeshi Kitano, Juliette Binoche, Chin Han and Michael Pitt. Check out Women at Warp wherever you get your podcasts, and follow Jarrah on Twitter. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Pick up exclusive SpyHards merch, including the "What Does Vargas Do?" t-shirt by @shaylayy, available only at Redbubble Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes.
Join your hosts Marcos, Jacob, and David as we discuss the latest in video-game, TV, and movie news. This week we discuss Marvel's latest announcements, GTA6's curent release news, and have a debate on the superiority between anime classics Akira and Ghost in the Shell. Twitter: thescooptroopfm Tiktok: thescooptroop fm Instagram: the_scooptroop Find all our current and future content now on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and Youtube.
Morality plays a role in values of the person who holds them dear and personal to who they are. Ethics are the practice of justifications of right and wrong in the conduct of the character. In this discussion, we are speaking about morality of characters and ethics of situations in anime. We are examining shows of Ghost in the Shell, Kinos Journey, Monster, Legend of the Galatic Heroes, and more. Leslie Madewell is a guest once again and see how philosophy makes him think. Please support Leslie at Madewell Photography http://madewellartphotography.weebly.com/.
Welcome to Cancelled Island! This week we watched Rupert Sanders's “Ghost in the Shell” and discussed business cards, hologram concerts, platonic prostitutes, foot binding, open marriages, CGI asian eyes, the Celebrity Deathmatch Semi-Finals, and more! Leave a 5 star rating and a review/movie suggestion on iTunes and we'll shout you out on the show and “review” your movie of choice! Cover art by Sixofspades1 on Twitch Follow us on Twitter: @meandmydadwatch
It's late. The kids have gone to bed. You have the living room to yourselves. The lights are low. You still have a box of wine left. You know what's it time for. That's right. Time to watch some cartoons! We're not talking about that Disney BS with dancing mice. No, the mice here only do the dance of death as they gnaw off people's faces. The guys discuss animated films that are made for more mature audiences... well... at least age wise. Jason, Adam, and Josh talk about cartoons dealing with more adult themes that sometimes have curse words, graphic violence, drug and/or alcohol use, and maybe even some nudity. Join them as they discuss filmmakers such as Ralph Bakshi and Hayao Miyazaki. They talk about such films as Heavy Metal, Akira, Ghost in the Shell, Fantastic Planet, and A Scanner Darkly while also discussing the importance of TV animation like The Simpsons, The Adult Swim lineup, and Archer among others. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brickedpit/message
It may be Slurpee Day, but that's not the only reason to celebrate! It's Shua's birthday! He and Jovial Jay will party by testing knowledge in a game of Gyp-Parody! Plus, we get to hear what's on Shua's Bucket List as we Enjoy Stuff! Bucket Lists and Party games as we celebrate Shua's birthday! News The New Atari Collection comes with over 90 retro games including some surprises! Wanna buy a Jetsons house? You can in Tulsa, Oklahoma A vintage style Burger King has been found behind a wall in a Delaware Mall What we're Enjoying Thank you for Enjoying Stuff. Thank you very much! Shua is sporting some sideburns and rhinestones after experiencing Baz Luhrman's movie, Elvis. It was a wild (and pretty accurate) depiction of the King's life. Jay got to relive the days of dropping quarters at the Retrocade in Asheville, North Carolina. A two level trip back in time to the arcades of old. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Be sure to check out Jay's articles on Retrozap.com. Ghost in the Shell is a classic example of Anime and great storytelling. Jay examines the classic tale on Sci-Fi Saturdays. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations. Enjoy Life! As we get older, we start to look back on the stuff we've always wanted to do. Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson taught everyone that this is called your bucket list. On Shua's birthday, he has decided to share some of his bucket list items. He considers himself very fortunate to have accomplished a lot of his goals in life. After reflecting on the wonders of life, it's time for a little fun and games. Aleaks Jay-Beck leads Shua through a board of categories and questions on a game of Gyp-Parody. The categories are At the Movies, Prime Time, A Pocket Full of Quarters, and TechnoRetro Dads History. Play along and see how many Shua-Bucks you can win! What's on your bucket list? Did you do well at our version of Jeopardy? Are you reading all the show notes? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Daily Double!” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Welcome to Anime watch club, a bi-weekly group discussion and review where the hosts of the what do you say anime podcast, nominate and vote on shows either that we haven't seen or shows that will hopefully lead to a great conversation. On today's episode, we will be reviewing the 1995 anime Movie Ghost in the Shell! Social - https://linktr.ee/whatdoyousayanime Watch the movie here - https://youtu.be/vsnh5ey_9WI 0:00 - Intro 6:00 - First Impressions 13:45 - Technical Aspects (Cinematography, Visuals, Music, etc) 26:40 - Transhumanism 1:00:00 - Are We Human? Or Are We Dancers? 1:18:50 - What We're Watching Next
This episode we're discussing the 1995 cyberpunk anime Ghost in the Shell, one of our newly minted essential films, as a transition into our series on the works of the Wachowskis. And for this discussion, we're joined by the ghosts Dr. Tessa and Dr. Sam from Monkey Off My Backlog via the magic of cyberspace, which somehow made Jarret sound even more robotic. https://wildprettythings.podbean.com/ grrnoise.com > podcast https://www.patreon.com/wildprettythingspod THANK PATRONS! email: email@example.com YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCeb-r1oOdLwhyRGl_QVWyA instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildprettythingspod/ twitter: @WildPrettyPod https://twitter.com/WildPrettyPod Jarret: https://letterboxd.com/GrrNoise/ ; https://twitter.com/GrrNoise and on Instagram Melissa: : @mellooyellow on Twitter; mellooyellowxx on Instagram; https://letterboxd.com/mellooyellow/ Melissa's other show: Still Great, Bob? http://stillgreatpod.com/ a Mad Men rewatch podcast Picardcast: https://mobile.twitter.com/thepicardcast https://twitter.com/monkeybacklog?lang=en https://twitter.com/nannysbookclub film: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_in_the_Shell_(1995_film) GitS is available on VOD (often free on a service or two) and a great 4K disc, etc. Monica Byrne wrote the passage Jarret referenced about AI scifi and male anxiety https://www.monicabyrne.org/ A history of the GitS franchise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H7fRNexE2c 0:29:00 Recommendations 0:41:30 Spoilers begin Upcoming podcast: The Matrix revisited with T&S! Pictureplane: http://travisegedy.com/pictureplane
Between all the anime this season and killing time with games, Spring is at a close! Here's AniTAY's final discussion of the Spring anime! This episode's members: Hybridmink, Doctorkev, Thatsmapizza and Requiem with Thatsmapizza handling the editing duties. The AniTAY Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast brought to you every other Wednesday. It is available on all your favorite podcast services! If you like us, be sure to subscribe on your favorite service and give us 5 stars! Your support is much appreciated and will help us grow and continue to provide this style of content. Itinerary Intro: 0:00 - 1:05 Housekeeping: 1:06 - 3:31 Seasonal Shows: Vampire in the Garden: 3:32 - 6:13 Birdie Wing: 6:14 - 12:36 Shenmue: 12:37 - 15:44 Dance Dance Danseur: 15:45 - 19:00 The World of Otomoe Game is Tough for Mobs: 19:01 - 22:44 The Heart of Ninja Tsubaki: 22:45 - 23:33 Dawn of the Witch: 23:34 - 25:25 I'm Quitting Heroing: 25:26 - 28:31 Aharen-San: 28:32 - 30:31 Love Live: 30:32 - 31:50 Ghost in the Shell 2045: 31:51 - 37:23 Yah Boy Kongming: 37:24 - 41:17 News: 41:18 - 58:56 Topic of the Week, The best shows of Spring 2022: 58:57 - End Missed the previous episode of the AniTAY Podcast? Check it out here: https://medium.com/anitay-official/anitay-podcast-s7-e9-a-wild-protonstorm-appears-4261bca96ad1
What better way to continue the dive that Rob & Ben are taking into the universe of adult animation than with one of the seminal projects of the art form? Before "The Matrix", before "Star Wars" even began to understand what sentience of droids even implied, before Hayao Miyazaki even knew how important his work at Studio Ghibli was, the human species was given what Rob describes as the "California Roll" of anime. The sole inspiration for Toonami and the reason anime became something known in North America, and likely the rest of the world, it's quite possibly the objectively best animated film of all time: 1995's "Ghost in the Shell". Want to hear more from Rob & Ben? Well their love for animation doesn't stop at these episodes, they carry over to the Cinemoddities patreon where one episode a month is dedicated to covering every single episode of "Adventure Time" in order! Other than that, we cover fan requests for people who join that tier of patronage! Get in on that gang straight through www.patreon.com/Cinemoddities Download Ben's Life Counter app for Magic: The Gathering, now free, on the play store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zianderthalapps.life_counter) or the Apple store (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/zianderthal-tcg-life-counter/id1555106877), and be sure to shop at TCGplayer using Ben's affiliate link: bit.ly/TheLifeCounter Yell at us through email by contacting us at Cinemoddities@gmail.com Thank you to An Insperioirty Complex for providing our theme song. Usually, a link is included here to listen to more of their music, but they have graciously forgiven their ad spot on these show notes to promote their sister-band, The Immortal Lansburys! They have a new album, "The Introspective Landscape", which is available wherever you listen to music! Here's the Spotify link to find it now: https://open.spotify.com/album/468RLcf3cql2Y1nydhHSIH?si=CEyf5MAnRkCKGCjKzHjp1g
Episode 29 of Key Frames: Inbetweens, a mini-podcast about anime. We just did a tween on Mobile Suit Gundam, one of the defining franchises of anime, so why not another? Jeff and Duncan drink deeply of the original Ghost in the Shell movie, which they praise for asking questions more than giving answers, and they ponder how it pointed the way forward (and, in a handful of cases, backward) for cyberpunk as a genre, anime as a medium, and cyborgs as a lens through which to view alienation from one's own body and society. It's not quite what it could be, since Ben couldn't be there, but maybe he'll be back in the next episode to give everyone what for. The post Inbetween 29 - An "Every Other Year" Thing (Ghost in the Shell (1995)) first appeared on Key Frames.
Here's a short teaser of an older recording of ours we made for Clapper's old Patreon account way back in 2021, where we no longer post any new content. Therefore, we thought it would be a good idea to give this podcast a new home, where it is available to listen for FREE! We talked about four films tied inextricably to The Matrix, i.e. Ghost in the Shell, Dark City, Existenz and The Thirteenth Floor as an added bonus to our then-ongoing series of episodes on the main show. Have a peek here and head over to our Patreon to listen to this conversation and, of course, subscribe for more podcasts and support our passion for movies! THIS EPISODE IS AVAILABLE TO LISTEN FOR FREE ON OUR PATREON!!! (patreon.com/uncutgemspod)!!!!!!! Subscribe to our patreon at patreon.com/uncutgemspod (3$/month) and support us by gaining access to other shows, such as other tie-ins, themed retrospectives and director marathons! Hosts: Jakub Flasz & Nicolò Grasso Head over to our brand new website to find out more! (uncutgemspodcast.com) The Uncut Gems Podcast is a CLAPPER production Follow us on Twitter (@UncutGemsPod) and IG (@UncutGemsPod) Buy us a coffee over at Ko-Fi.com (ko-fi.com/uncutgemspod) Subscribe to our Patreon (patreon.com/uncutgemspod)
TV & film genres abound on a brand new episode of Go Fact Yourself!Karama Horne is a writer and geek influencer. She's also the host of “The Blerd Gurl Podcast” and the weekly “Blerd Gurl Live” on Twitch. A “Blerd” is a black nerd, and it's not just a self-identification; Karama has spent a lot of time looking for other black people who are fans of the things she loves. Karama's upcoming book Black Panther: Protectors of Wakanda is available for pre-order now. Mo Rocca is an Emmy-winning correspondent for “CBS Sunday Morning.” He's known for being well-versed in a variety of very specific subjects (“obscure presidential history,” anyone?). He also has a lifelong fascination with obituaries. You can learn more about that in his podcast and book on the subject, both titled “Mobituaries.” Oh, and he met the Pope!Our guests will answer trivia on stories of dystopian futures and oil-rich pasts. What's the Difference: Sleeping pillsWhat's the difference between being tired and feeling fatigued?What's the difference between a dose and dosage?Areas of Expertise:Mo: TV shows of 1982, Barbara Streisand before 1985, and Chanel's best selling fragrances of 1992.Karama: The anime “Ghost in the Shell,” the K-Pop group Shinee, and mason jars.Appearing in this episode:J. Keith van StraatenHelen HongMo RoccaKarama HorneWith guest experts:Richard Epcar and Crispin Freeman: prolific voice actors whose roles include the lead roles in the anime “Ghost in the Shell.”Charlene Tilton and Joan Van Ark: actors whose many accomplishments include playing mother and daughter on the TV show “Dallas,” its reboot, and its spin-off.Go Fact Yourself was devised and is produced by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, in collaboration with Maximum Fun. Theme Song by Jonathan Green.Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher.Associate Producer and Editor is Julian Burrell.Continuing to be vigilant about COVID by YOU!
Welcome back to the Great Derelict! This week Andy is Joined by Eddie as they dive into the vast an infinite net in search of their ghosts as we look at the Seminal 1995 anime, Ghost in the Shell. We look at how the film explores Identity, its influence on cinema and the nature of self (so we keep it light!) You can hear more from Eddie here: https://foodandcosplay.libsyn.com/ And on Social Media: - https://linktr.ee/foodandcosplay And you can find more of Andy and his other casts over at Rogue Two Media - http://www.roguetwomedia.com/ - https://twitter.com/GreatDerelict - https://www.facebook.com/groups/GreatDerelict/
The Finals are here and the Warriors and Celtics will meet to determine who will be this years 2021-22 Champs. Also there are some major adjustments teams need to make this off season if they want to stay in the title hunt. Now we talk about Ghost in the Shell 2045 giving our opinion of the show overall before getting into our regular anime reviews. We end this out with Quelle Chris and his album. Did the guy love it or hate it what did they rate it??
In this episode, we are in conversation with the architect, writer, and Professor of Architecture at Yale, Keller Easterling. Her books include Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space (Verso, 2014); Enduring Innocence: Global Architecture and its Political Masquerades (MIT, 2005); and her latest Medium Design: Knowing How to Work on the World, to which we dedicate special attention to in this episode.I think Easterling's project boils down to how architecture and design can actually intervene and/or contribute to the cultural change around social justice and ecological crises; through thinking about, and ‘knowing-how' to work the systems at play. So designing within interplay; rather than the total compliance and submission on behalf of the architectural profession is what she seeks. She redirects our attention to the spatial dimension of how things are arranged, be it politically, financially, or socially. Episode Notes & Linkshttp://kellereasterling.com/ In Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space, Keller Easterling reveals the nexus of emerging governmental and corporate forces buried within the concrete and fiber-optics of our modern habitat. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/enduring-innocence http://kellereasterling.com/books/extrastatecraft-the-power-of-infrastructure-spaceIn Enduring Innocence, Keller Easterling tells the stories of outlaw "spatial products"—resorts, information technology campuses, retail chains, golf courses, ports, and other hybrid spaces that exist outside normal constituencies and jurisdictions—in difficult political situations around the world. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/enduring-innocenceMedium Design by Keller Easterling looks not to new technologies for innovation but rather to sophisticated relationships between emergent and incumbent technologies. It does not try to eliminate problems but rather put them together in productive combinations. And it offers forms of activism for modulating power and temperament in organisations of all kinds. https://www.versobooks.com/books/3245-medium-designhttp://kellereasterling.com/books/medium-design-knowing-how-to-work-on-the-worldElements of Architecture was the title of the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale curated by Rem Koolhaas. https://www.labiennale.org/en/architecture/2014/elements-architectureBeatriz Colomina is an architecture historian, theorist, and curator.Mark Wigley is an architect and author. Colomina and Wigley co-curated the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial with the same title in 2016. https://tasarimbienali.iksv.org/en/biennial-archive/3rd-istanbul-design-biennialJames Jerome Gibson (1904-1979) was an American psychologist known as a seminal figure in the field of visual perception. He coined the phrase “affordance” which later became a key concept in the field of design.John Durham Peters is a professor of English and film and media studies. His book The Marvelous Clouds reveals the long prehistory of so-called new media and shows how media lie at the very heart of our interactions with the world around us. https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/M/bo20069392.htmlTim Ingold is an antropologist. This is the text Can is referring to:https://doi.org/10.1017/S1380203807002127Michael Polanyi (1891-1976) was a polymath of the 20th century. He was engaged in many knowledge fields including physical chemistry, economics, and philosophy. Check his thoughts on positivism to provoke your mind.Gilbert Ryle (1900-1976) was a philosopher, principally known for his critique of Cartesian dualism, for which he coined the phrase "ghost in the machine." which of course influenced the legendary Ghost in the Shell manga series by Masamune Shirow.Bruno Latour is a philosopher, anthropologist, and sociologist. He is especially known for his work in the field of science and technology studies. http://www.bruno-latour.fr/Richard III by William Shakespeare is the last in a sequence of four history plays known collectively as the “first tetralogy,” treating major events of English history during the late 14th and early 15th centuries. Lady Anne is a fictional character from Richard IIIhttps://www.britannica.com/topic/Lady-AnneCharles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898), better known by his pen name Lewis Carroll, was an author, poet, and mathematician. His most notable works are Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass. Jorge Luis Borges (1889-1986) was an essayist, poet, and translator of Carroll's work to Spanish.Leon Battista Alberti (1404-1472) was an Italian Renaissance humanist author, artist, architect, poet, priest, linguist, philosopher, and cryptographer. MarshallAI detects objects and incidents in real-time from any video feed through consistent monitorization and employment of precise artificial intelligence and machine vision. They provide sharp and automatic situational awareness and intelligent automation by gathering relevant data for smart cities, security, and authorities. https://marshallai.com/ J.K Gibson-Graham is the pen-name of Katherine Gibson and the late Julie Graham. As feminist political economists and economic geographers, they have extensively written about diverse economies, urbanism, alternative communities, and regional economic development. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._K._Gibson-GrahamArturo Escobar is an anthropologist whose research interests include political ecology, anthropology of development, social movements, anti-globalization movements, and post-development theory. We suggest Territories of Difference published by Duke University press in 2008 to learn more about his thought. https://www.dukeupress.edu/territories-of-differenceZenzile Miriam Makeba (1932-2008) nicknamed Mama Africa was a South African singer, songwriter, actress, and civil rights, activist. https://www.miriammakeba.co.za/Silvia Federici is an academic and activist particularly influential for radical Marxist feminist theory.McKinsey & Company is a management consulting firm that advises on strategic management to corporations, governments, and other organizations. Deloitte is one of the Big Four accounting organizations and the largest professional services network in the world by revenue and number of professionals, with headquarters in London, England.Vilém Flusser (1920-1991) was a philosopher, writer, and journalist. You can meet fellow flusserians or learn more about his works through https://www.flusserstudies.net/flusserKathrin Böhm is an artist. Listen to Episode 13 to get to know her better. https://www.ahali.space/episodes/episode-13-kathrinbohmThis season of Ahali Conversations is supported by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. The Graham provides project-based grants to foster the development and exchange of diverse and challenging ideas about architecture and its role in the arts, culture, and society. This episode was also supported by a Moon & Stars Project Grant from the American Turkish Society.This episode was recorded on Zoom on March 29th, 2022. Interview by Can Altay. Produced by Aslı Altay & Sarp Renk Özer. Music by Grup Ses.
Podcaster, cook and poster Lauren Walker from the Batting Around podcast joins me to talk about food, posting, DS9, Patlabor and Ghost in the Shell.MusicJeremy Brainard aka the720k @OrbGazermilkmandarin and I.S.U.T.H.Episode Youtube PlaylistSupport the show!PatreonDiscord discussion forumOfficial Twitter pageEdward on TwitterSupport the show
This week, we have reviews of Ghost in the Shell's new series, Restrepo, Tetsuo, KISS's old movie and George Carlin: American Dream 2 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Agents Scott and Cam welcome writer Mary Claypool to the podcast to discuss her experiences creating the English language localization script for 1995's Ghost in the Shell. She also shares stories about working on iconic films like Ghostbusters, Gremlins 2: The New Batch and Batman Returns. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Pick up exclusive SpyHards merch, including the new "What Does Vargas Do?" t-shirt by @shaylayy, available only at Redbubble Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes.
Agents Scott and Cam, along with guest operative Dannie from the Anime Summit Podcast, slip into their thermoptic camouflage and dive into the influential 1995 anime hit Ghost in the Shell. Directed by Mamoru Oshii. Starring Atsuko Tanaka, Akio Ôtsuka, Kôichi Yamadera and Iemasa Kayumi. English version stars Mimi Woods, Richard Epcar, Christopher Joyce and Tom Wyner. The Anime Summit Podcast is available wherever you get your podcasts. You can also follow Dannie on Twitter. Check out Dannie's anime picks: Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade, Moriarty the Patriot and Spy x Family. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Pick up exclusive SpyHards merch, including the "What Does Vargas Do?" t-shirt by @shaylayy, available only at Redbubble Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes.
This week we watched Mamoru Oshii's "Ghost in the Shell" and discussed turning off your drunkness, American exiles, Elon's penis, brain hacking, technobabble, action figures with souls, the Play-In Round of The Celebrity Deathmatch Tournament, and more! P.S: Sorry about the audio, technical difficulties ❤️ Leave a 5 star rating and a review/movie suggestion on iTunes and we'll shout you out on the show and “review” your movie of choice! Cover art by Sixofspades1 on Twitch Follow us on Twitter: @meandmydadwatch
For as much as we liked this movie it was hard to remember everything that happened. If you have a suggestion for future episodes email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: https://instagram.com/2ndtakemovies/ Music by Jake Tweito Graphic Design by Kevin Archie --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2ndtakemovies/message
On the April 4, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film news writer Ryan Scott to talk about the latest film and TV news, including the weekend box office, a Crow reboot, and we talk Morbius spoilers. In The News: Ryan (OG: Danielle): Morbius Sinks Its Living Vampire Fangs Into $39.1 Million Opening Weekend Peter (og Eric): Bill Skarsgård Will Star As Eric Draven In The Crow Reboot With Rupert Sanders DirectingBill Skarsgard (Pennywise in IT, voiced one of the deviants in Eternals) Rupert Sanders ("Snow White and the Huntsman" and "Ghost in the Shell") written by Oscar-nominated "King Richard" screenwriter Zach Baylin In The Spoiler Room: Witney: Morbius Ending Explained: The Living Vampire Unleashes His Ill-Defined Superpowers Ryan (og Ryan L): Morbius Credits Scene Explained: A Familiar Face Jenna: Morbius Director Addresses That Post-Credits Team-Up Tease Ryan: Every Morbius Trailer Scene Not In The Movie Valarie: Morbius Director Says Venom's Universe Has A Spider-Man (And We'll Meet Him 'Soon') Director interview at Uproxx: ‘Morbius‘ Director Daniel Espinosa On What The Heck Happened HereJared Leto was so committed to playing Morbius that he would use crutches and slowly limp to the bathroom. The pee breaks began taking so long that it was slowing down filming so a compromise was made for him to use a wheelchair. “Yeah. Because I think that what Jared thinks, what Jared believes, is that somehow the pain of those movements, even when he was playing normal Michael Morbius, he needed, because he's been having this pain his whole life. Even though, as he's alive and strong, it has to be a difference. Hey, man, it's people's processes.” All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS). Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at email@example.com. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word! Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.
This week... it's time to drop the curtain. There have been allusions to it in the last couple episodes, but it's true, it's all a ruse... Randy loves anime. This week, on the first of April, with encouragement from Nick and strong objections from Les, we're going all in and becoming The Anime Dudes! This week, we're talking about Demon Slayer, the final season of Attack on Titan, and Netflix's short series The Orbital Children from the creator of FLCL and Ghost in the Shell! 2:20-13:05 Stranger Than Fan-Fiction 13:05-43:18 TV Diaries 44:25-56:30 Demon Slayer (Funimation) 56:30-1:05:40 Attack on Titan (Hulu) 1:05:40-1:17:15 The Orbital Children (Netflix) 1:17:15- Ghost in the Shell (Netflix)
While Ghost in the Shell began its life as a manga in the late '80s, the 1995 animated feature film that interpreted its story is what most people are familiar with. Created by renowned artist and writer Masamune Shirow and brought to the big screen by Mamoru Oshii, Ghost in the Shell deals with surprisingly heady subject matter: Science, politics, philosophy, and morality, amongst many other themes. The future world of cyborgs and humans envisioned in this work isn't too far off the mark, either, particularly when compared to other works of cyberpunk that are much more fanciful and overtly fictional in their approach. Overall, this is perhaps what makes Ghost in the Shell so notable to so many. It feels alive and true-to-form. And it's certainly worth a deep dive right here on KnockBack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices