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On this weeks episode of Editors on Editing, Glenn is joined by John Gilroy and Yan Miles. John has edited such powerful films as Miracle, Michael Clayton, for which he was nominated for the BAFTA. Warrior, The Bourne Legacy, Pacific Rim, Nightcrawler, for which he was nominated for the BAFTA, the Eddie and the Independent Spirit Award, while Yan has cut such fantastic series' as The Prisoner, Game of Thrones, Sherlock, for which he won the BAFTA, the Eddie and a Primetime Emmy and, The Crown for which he was nominated for the Eddie and won the Primetime Emmy. Now John and Yan have collaborated to craft one of the best series of the year, Andor: Now streaming on Disney+. Thanks again to ACE for partnering with us on this podcast, check out their website for more. Want to see more interviews from Glenn? Check out "Editors on Editing" here. The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and, please leave a review so more people can find our show! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support
In this episode, Bruce Magown, CEO of Integration Technologies joins the show. Mr. Magown is the Chief Executive Officer, President, Board Member and Investor in Integration Technologies, Inc., (dba) InterWeave Smart Solutions, which provides a SaaS, IaaS Integration Service, consisting of three simple components; the InterWeave Integration Platform, the Integration Manager and the Interactive Development Environment. Mr. Magown is the Chief Executive Officer, President, Board Member and Investor in SecurDigital, Inc., the company that developed SecurVoice©; the voice, data and video encryption solution designed to pass FIPS 140-2 certification. Additional features in SecurVoice© are (PKI, 3DES, AES - and 27 other encryption algorithms) and VOIP. SecurVoice© has several modes of operation; they include two forms of encryption, two forms of cryptographic key management supported and three forms of communications when operating as a voice device. SecurDigital focus is executing and supporting the global distribution plan for SecurVoice© world-wide. SecurDigital has established SecurDigital© of Europe Ltd. (EU and Middle East), SecurDigital© Latin America (Central and South America) and SecurDigital© Africa, Pacific Rim and other global continents (future) are underway. Mr. Magown served as the Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, head of the Audit Committee, Investor and Board member of the Uncommon Media Group, LLC. Mr. Magown subsequently served as President and Chief Operations Officer of Knoa Corp., a privately held company focusing on interactive and media rich solutions. Mr. Magown served as the Vice President of the strategic Alliance of Sun/Netscape formed by America Online and Sun Microsystems representing Canada, United States East Coast, and Latin America.
The Pacific Rim Pro Wrestling Podcast is back. Fumi Saito and Jim Valley catch up on the year end of 2022, the beginning of 2023 and the year to come. Wrestle Kingdom 17, Mercedes Moné, Stardom, Kenny Omega, Will Ospreay, The Great Muta's last matches, what he has meant to Pro Wrestling NOAH and the mystery surrounding Mutoh's (not Muta's) last opponent. Plus, Fumi remembers Johnny Powers and his very important connection to Antonio Inoki and New Japan Pro Wrestling.
It is here, the final episode before the show goes on hiatus and it's KAIJU-SIZED. Our Christmas Presents Mixtape ends with the mother of all movies, Pacific 'Bloody Nora' Rim. Directed by Guillermo Del Toro and featuring the man for all seasons Idris Elba. We may be going down but we're going down swinging a boat like it's a baseball bat. Join us as we discuss all things Jaeger related including: How to world build GDT style. This score, have you heard it (so good)? And joy, just pure simple joy. All that and thanks to a mammoth sized mail bag we may well get to hear Marcie cry one more time. Thank you to everyone who listens to the show, we love you all. Your support has meant the world to us. If you want too contact the show whilst we're on a break you can email us at email@example.com Find us on Instagram at the_moviemixtape Hosts: Dirk and Marcie Edited by: Marcie Episode art: Mikey P of Project Unknown Comics Logo by: Irontooth Design The Movie Mixtape Spotify Playlist can be found HERE Please listen to our friend's podcast The Rank Kings, Spaghetti & Freddie, Reel Latinos, and Seddy Bimco.
Jim has been making moves in the Telcom space for over 30 years. His approach to leading people, safety, and legacy are refreshing. Not only that but I was inspired by how he's all in with business and family. In our conversation, we talk about Jim's background of building and selling towers, Legacy Tower's merger, how he joyfully and sustainably leads people, and how he's leaving a legacy. Listen in and let me know what you think! If you need help building (or selling) a valuable business, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Pick up your copy of Seth's Book, Ambition: Leading With Gratitude Connect with Jim: Legacy Towers: https://legacytowers.com/ Ontivity: https://ontivity.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-tracy-istowerjim/ About Jim Tracy: Jim is a seasoned business professional with over 30 years of experience in Senior Management of active construction firms and structural products manufacturing. As a business owner and founding partner, Jim's major areas of responsibility are in the management and administration of the people who execute contracts and projects for Legacy's business areas. He oversees all executive phases of project work, including the preparation of contract documents and overall construction management. Jim has over 20 years of experience in communication and power line tower infrastructure, including managing multiple award projects. He has extensive experience with civil and structural work and has specialized in remote work across the Western United States, Alaska, the Pacific Rim and Antarctica.
What happens when a world-class director teams up with a very bland leading man and sticks him in the middle of a giant monster battle? Pacific Rim, of course! Jordan Allen of Corridor Crew is here to help the Godzillavangelists talk special effects, sci-fi, and the horrifying implications of a brain in a jar. Oh yeah, and we talk about Pacific Rim: Uprising too. Our next episode covers that big, buggy, bloody movie, Godzilla vs. Megaguirus! It'll be a happy new year full of man-eating dragonflies! Godzillavangelists is a satirical, critical work not affiliated or endorsed by Toho, Legendary Pictures, or anyone behind the Godzilla series. Visit our website at Godzillavangelists.com! We're also on Twitter @Godzillacast, and Instagram @Godzillavangelists! And we have a Godzillavangelists Facebook page too!
Dr. David A. Tarantino, Jr., MD, MPH; CAPT MC (FS/FMF) Ret., is the Chief Medical Officer, at the United States Customs and Border Protection ( CBP - https://www.cbp.gov/ ), the largest federal law enforcement agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security ( DHS - https://www.dhs.gov/ ), and the country's primary border control organization. It is charged with regulating and facilitating international trade, collecting import duties, and enforcing U.S. regulations, including trade, customs, and immigration. Dr. Tarantino has previously served as Adjunct Assistant Professor, Global Health Division, Preventive Medicine & Biostatistics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS), as Director for Civil-Military Medical Affairs in the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs in the U.S. Department of Defense, and as a family practice physician/flight surgeon in the U.S. Navy. Dr. Tarantino served as Medical Advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority/Ministry of Health and then Senior Consultant for the U.S. Mission Baghdad to the Interim Iraqi Government Ministry of Health. He had a significant leadership role in reestablishing the Iraqi Ministry of Health and health care for all Iraqis and served as the principal US Government advisor to the new Iraqi Minister of Health. Dr. Tarantino's military career has been distinguished by multiple challenging overseas and operational assignments, including medical and humanitarian missions in Iraq, Alaska, Haiti, Guyana, Tanzania, Cambodia, Estonia and several Pacific Rim nations. He served as medical director and team physician for a challenging deployment to Turkey in the aftermath of their massive 1999 earthquake, providing emergent medical/surgical care in an austere and chaotic setting. Dr. Tarantino has a B. A. in Human Biology from Stanford University, an M.D. from Georgetown University School of Medicine, a Residency in Family Medicine at Bremerton Naval Hospital, an M.P.H. and Preventive Medicine Residency at the USUHS, and an International Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance, from the Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs (IIHA).
As an extra stocking stuffer for this years Kaiju Christmas we have dug this episode out of the MBDS Showcase archives (Elwood's original cult cinema podcast) in which Elwood sits down with Kaiju expert and author August Ragone who having spent over three decades writing about Godzilla and Kaiju movies its safe to say knows a thing or two about Godzilla. A two time Rondo award winner as well as author of the essential "EIJI TSUBURAYA: MASTER OF MONSTERS" to chat / nerd out over all things Kaiju. From his early beginings on Bob Wilkins "Creature Features" though to his current projects which include hosting movie marathon's for Shout Factory its safe to say he has more than a few things to say about these movies, while we also touch upon the likes of Ultraman and Pacific Rim in what really is jam packed show.
Pacific Rim Pro Wrestling Podcast with Fumi Saito and Jim Valley. Everyone is talking about the potential for Sasha Banks to appear at Wrestle Kingdom, but how big of a star is she in Japan? Also, big plans for Keiji Muto's retirement, Wrestle Kingdom, Jake Lee, Naito & Ibushi in the Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame, your questions and more. A packed show with all kinds of history and informmation, so check it out.
Are you an organ donor? How do you become one? Queen's Transplant Center is celebrating their 10 year anniversary of providing lifesaving surgeries for our island residents and those throughout the Pacific Rim. Dr. Linda Wong is on the show sharing her expertise about liver, kidney, and pancreatic transplant surgeries, why people need them, and how to increase the numbers of transplants we perform right here in the islands.
Guillermo del Toro joins the show to talk about his latest film, Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio. Brought to life using classic stop-motion techniques, it's a bold reimagining of Carlo Collodi's classic fairytale.Del Toro shares why he was deeply impacted by the story of Pinocchio as a child, describes the incredible artistry and scope of work that went into bringing the film to life, and digs into the fascinating role that Catholicism plays throughout the story. He also explains how loving monsters as a child taught him to embrace his imperfections, reflects on his relationship with Alejandro González Iñárritu and Alfonso Cuarón, and opens up about the healing experience of his 2018 Oscar night.
In this throwback episode to our Blog Talk days, Jesse and I discuss the Guillermo del Toro film...Pacific Rim! Plot Synopsis: As a war between humankind and monstrous sea creatures wages on, a former pilot and a trainee are paired up to drive a seemingly obsolete special weapon in a desperate effort to save the world from the apocalypse. Taglines: Go big or go extinct To fight monsters we created monsters
Fumi Saito returns! The legendary Japamese wrestling journalist joins Dylan once again to sit down for a chat about Japanese wrestling and even questionable wrestling media and some rumors and the like we've heard about. We talk about NJPW and it's business, as well as STARDOM and what's going on there. We follow it up with a little bit of NOAH before we wrap up nice and tidy so Fumi can get back to his job. As always I appreciate the time given greatly! Hopefully you enjoy the show as well. Follow the Eastern Lariat: @EasternLariat Follow Dylan: @Viva_Zero Follow Fumi: @fumihikodayo Check out Fumi's other work including his shows like the Pacific Rim with Jim Valley on the Wrestling Observer Newsletter: https://www.f4wonline.com/podcasts/pacific-rim-pro-wrestling-podcast As well as Write That Down! With Justin Knipper on the Fight Game Media Network: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/write-that-down-antonio-inoki-part-four-international/id1594255707?i=1000550724447 And as always if you want to support the Eastern Lariat heading into the holiday season, while also getting many many hours of show reviews and additional content, or just wanna read some free Toyota match reviews Dylan puts up check out our Patreon: patreon.com/easternlariat And as always thank you for listening and your time. STRIGGA returns on the next episode!
Harold and Kumar aren't just idiot stoners who get into nothing but trouble because of their need for weed. For the most part, they are the sanest people they encounter on their wild night and we love that. Bonus: We talk about Pacific Rim a bit too
DEBORAH SCOTTEXECUTIVE CHEF & PARTNER OFCOHN RESTAURANT GROUPCoasterra, Indigo Grill,C Level / Island Prime, VintanaAs one of San Diego's most renowned celebrity chefs, Deborah Scott is knownfor her diverse tastes and ability to create innovative dishes with an emphasis onpresentation. Chef Scott first caught the eye of restaurateurs David and LesleyCohn in 1995 when her affinity for fusion landed her as the head of Kemo Sabe,the Pacific Rim infused concept formerly housed in Hillcrest.Her latest endeavor and most ambitious project to date, Coasterra, opened inAugust 2015 directly adjacent to C Level/Island Prime. A project nearly a decadein the making, Coasterra is a $15+ million bayfront modern Mexican restaurant,lounge, and event space on Harbor Island. With Chef Deborah at the helm, the28,000 square-foot venue offers a compelling combination of panoramic views ofSan Diego's downtown skyline, carefully crafted Mexican dishes, and tequila-focused cocktails.
For over 14-years, Pamela Cloutier was Patek Philippe's Area Director of the Americas, Asia & Pacific Rim -- in other words she was responsible for a major portion of the world's most important watch markets. In this intimate and fascinating conversation, Pamela describes what it was like to work closely with Philippe Stern during the pivotal 1990s and 2000s. This was an important period when Philippe Stern made his mark on the modern history of Patek Philippe by introducing new movements such as the innovative small complications like the Annual Calendar and Travel Time; building a new state-of-the-art workshop in the then little-known area of Plans-les-Ouates; launching a new ad campaign that 26 years later is still running; opening the world's most important private watch museum, and growing international markets to an unprecedented level -- to name but a few important and extraordinary benchmarks. Pamela shares her memories and experiences of this exciting time including some personal details that will intrigue listeners such as the fact that even if you work for Patek -- or own the company -- you still have to wait for a watch! With over 30 years of senior management experience in the watch industry, Pamela Cloutier has a wealth of knowledge about fine watches. Prior to joining Patek Philippe, her career in the watch industry began with Dior Watches. Following her influential time at Patek Philippe Pamela became Chief Operating Officer of deGrisogono, then started Ralph Lauren's prestigious entry into the watch and jewelry world as VP International Sales & Distribution. Pamela is currently Managing Partner and oversees International Sales and Distribution at GENUS watches. Collectability co-founder Tania Edwards had the pleasure of speaking with her long-time friend and Patek Philippe colleague from Pamela's hometown of Geneva. For further information on GENUS, please see here. Learn more about Collectability on our website: https://collectability.com Follow us on Instagram for regular updates: https://www.instagram.com/collectabil... Listen, like and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform: https://linktr.ee/Collectability
This podcast takes a deep dive into the minor bulk trade in the Americas, and touches on the shifting global grain trade including Asia-Pacific's increasing focus on South American grains over US Gulf coast and west coast North American suppliers. Shipbroking firm Pacific Rim's Kelle Horn speaks with Argus dry bulk freight reporter Ross Griffith about everything you ever wanted to know about the minor bulk trade in 2022, but were too afraid to ask. Learn more about the Argus Freight Service
The Big G becomes a 21st century boy as we dive into Godzilla 2000 and usher in the Millenium series! (It's more a bunch of reboots than a series, but whatever.) No guests, but that's alright because it takes a true Godzilla expert to sort through this messy plot. Watch us make our way through Y2K panic, ancient aliens, and goofy dubbing like crap through a goose! Next time, we're talking giant robot-giant monster smash-em-up Pacific Rim, and its belated sequel. Guillermo del Toro, take us away. Godzillavangelists is a satirical, critical work not affiliated or endorsed by Toho, Legendary Pictures, or anyone behind the Godzilla series. Visit our website at Godzillavangelists.com! We're also on Twitter @Godzillacast, and Instagram @Godzillavangelists! And we have a Godzillavangelists Facebook page too!
Peace-loving leaders, among the 6.5 billion people on earth today, almost 5 billion of our neighbors, relatives, and brothers and sisters belong to the Pacific Rim region...
This new book considers how Australians have provided water and sewerage for growing, sprawling urban centres. In this land of drought and flooding rains, we may need to rethink water use strategies, including embracing centuries of Aboriginal knowledge, seeing water as a resource to be conserved, rather than wasted or exploited. Panel Dr. Margaret Cook is an environmental historian who specialises in the history of ‘natural' disasters in Australia, especially floods. The history of floods in the Brisbane River catchment was the subject of her PhD (UQ 2018) and is now a book, A River with a City Problem: A History of Brisbane Floods (UQ Press, 2019). Lionel Frost is an associate professor in the Department of Economics, and Head of the Monash Business School (Peninsula Campus). He is author of several books and articles on Australian and US urban history and Pacific Rim history, including contributions to the Cambridge History of Australia (2013), Cambridge World History (2015), and Cambridge Economic History of Australia (2015). He is current president of the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand. Dr. Ruth Morgan is an environmental historian, whose prize-winning work on the histories of water and climate has been generously funded by the Australian Research Council and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. She is a lead author in Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Sixth Assessment Report. Martin Shanahan is Professor of Economic and Business History at the University of South Australia and Elof Hansson Visiting Professor in International Business and Trade at Gothenburg University, Sweden. A recipient of the Butlin Prize in Economic History, he has also written on wealth and income distribution, international cartels, and water markets. Moderator Ms Claire Smith, Department of Management, Monash Business School
However, we know quite well that humanity has been unable to free itself from Satan's deception, and instead has walked a path of restoration through indemnity for the past two thousand years...
These victories that I attained through blood, sweat and tears, and on the basis of the unity of the True Parents and all humankind, laid the foundation for a series of historic proclamations...
As promised, it's a second Pacific Rim Pro Wrestling Podcast this week. Fumi Saito reviews New Japan Stardom Historic X-Over, a truly historic showcase of men and women from Japan's two largest pro wrestling companies on the same card. Fumi runs down the card, the results and gives his thoughts on the performances and the wrestlers. We talk about the new IWGP Women's Champion and the surprise of Kenny Omega challenging Will Ospreay for the IWGP US Title at Wrestle Kingdom January 4th at Tokyo Dome. Check it out.
The Secret Movie Club Team (Connor Lloyd Crews, Edwin Gomez, Daniel Ott, and Craig Hammill) roars again! This time about beloved 90s Gamera trilogy – Guardian of the Universe, Attack of Legion, and Revenge of Iris – and other kaiju films – a Japanese genre of stories with giant monsters like Godzilla! Craig offers his opinion that these 90s Gamera films are the peak of monster-suit effects. Connor thinks all the monsters are adorable and wants to get them all hugs! Daniel defends Pacific Rim and Del Toro's use of CGI with heft. And kaiju expert Edwin shares his adoration of kaiju king Ishirō Honda!
It's the Pacific Rim Pro Wrestling Podcast. This week Fumi Saito and Jim Valley preview the Stardom-New Japan Historic X-Over Show. Not only is it a rare mix of male and female talent in Japan, the women - KAIRI and Mayu for the IWGP Women's title - will go on last. Plus, it's tag tournament time in Japan and Fumi talks about the career of Jun Akiyama. If you are watching AEW Rampage, you'll want to check this show out.
Hello, kaiju lovers! Today on “Ameri-kaiju,” we get artsy with the indie film Colossal, starring Anne Hathaway. Robert and Courtney from the Record All Monsters podcast stop by to have a thoughtful discussion on this unique kaiju film where the monsters are psychic projections of the main characters. While it's a comedy, it touches on some heavy subjects, like alcoholism and narcissism. All three hosts share personal stories connected to those subjects. While some commentators have said that the film is about domestic abuse, Nate disagrees. So instead, today's Toku Topic is on the psychology of inner demons because every character in Colossal is wrestling with one. Beforehand, Cameron Winter pays Nate a visit in Nate's prestigious media master office. Winter asks Nate if he knows anything about Jessica helping to free the Ymir—and to maintain his cover, Nate reluctantly says she conspired to do so. Afterward, Nate and Jet Jaguar go to the Heat Seeker and meet H.E.A.T.'s techie, Randy, who sends the robot N.I.G.E.L. to spy on Winter's operations on the Beta Site. There they make a surprise discovery that's more than they bargained for, and now Jet must save them. The prologue and epilogue, “Trespassing,” was written by Nathan Marchand. Guest cast: Jack Hudgens as Cameron Winter Andres Perez as Randy Hernandez Daniel DiManna as N.I.G.E.L. Additional music: “Pacific Rim” by Niall Stenson “Chant My Name!” by Masaaki Endo “Black Moonrise (Midnight Mix)” by BeanJammin “The Shadow” by Mike Norvak Sound effects sourced from Freesound.org, including those by InspectorJ. Check out Nathan's spinoff podcasts, The Henshin Men and The Power Trip. We'd like to give a shout-out to our MIFV MAX patrons Travis Alexander; Michael Hamilton; Danny DiManna (author/creator of the Godzilla Novelization Project); Eli Harris (elizilla13); Chris Cooke (host of One Cross Radio); Bex from Redeemed Otaku; Damon Noyes, The Cel Cast, TofuFury, Eric Anderson of Nerd Chapel, Ted Williams, Wynja the Ninja, and Brad “Batman” Eddleman! Thanks for your support! You, too, can join MIFV MAX on Patreon to get this and other perks starting at only $3 a month! (https://www.patreon.com/monsterislandfilmvault) Buy official MIFV merch on TeePublic! (https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-monster-island-gift-shop) This episode is approved by Cameron Winter and the Monster Island Board of Directors. Timestamps: Prologue: 0:00-8:16 Intro: 8:16-17:50 Entertaining Info Dump: 17:50-25:36 Toku Talk: 25:36-1:31:40 Promo: 1:31:40-1:32:39 Toku Topic: 1:32:29-2:07:00 Housekeeping & Outro: 2:07:00-2:26:24 Epilogue: 2:26:24-end Podcast Social Media: Twitter (https://twitter.com/TheMonsterIsla1) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MonsterIslandFilmVault/) Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/monsterislandfilmvault/) Follow Jimmy on Twitter: @NasaJimmy (https://twitter.com/nasajimmy?lang=en) Follow the Monster Island Board of Directors on Twitter: @MonsterIslaBOD (https://twitter.com/MonsterIslaBOD) Follow the Raymund Martin and the MIFV Legal Team on Twitter: @MIFV_LegalTeam Follow Crystal Lady Jessica on Twitter: @CystalLadyJes1 (https://twitter.com/CrystalLadyJes1) Follow Dr. Dourif on Twitter: @DrDorif (https://twitter.com/DrDoriff) www.MonsterIslandFilmVault.com #JimmyFromNASALives #MonsterIslandFilmVault #Amerikaiju #Colossal © 2022 Moonlighting Ninjas Media Bibliography/Further Reading: “Colossal.” IMDb. “Colossal (film).” Wikipedia. Edelstein, David. “If You See Only One Giant-Monster Movie About Female Empowerment, Make It Colossal.” Vulture. 6 April 2017. https://www.vulture.com/2017/04/review-like-its-hero-colossal-is-a-charming-mess.html. Ingham, Toby. “Inner Demons.” https://tobyingham.com/inner-demons/. Manson, Mark. “How to Overcome Your Demons.” https://markmanson.net/how-to-overcome-your-demons#our-demons. Seltzer, Leon F. PhD. “Enough About ‘Inner Demons' Already!” Psychology Today. 4 June 2015. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/evolution-the-self/201506/enough-about-inner-demons-already. Shrobsdorff, Susanna. “On Loving Someone Who Battles Inner Demons.” Time. 10 Oct. 2021. https://time.com/6105717/on-loving-someone-who-battles-inner-demons/. Wilkinson, Alissa. “Colossal is a surprisingly mature film about addiction, toxic friends, and big ol' monsters.” Vox. Updated 11 April 2017. https://www.vox.com/culture/2017/4/6/15167690/colossal-review-kaiju-anne-hathaway.
Daniel and Chris discussion what other games they would like to see as RPGs. HOSTS: Daniel McGarr, Chris Harkey Check out our website: turnbyturnpodcast.com @turnbyturnpodcast on Instagram and @turnbyturnpod on Twitter. WRITTEN, DIRECTED, AND PRODUCED BY DANIEL MCGARR AND CHRIS HARKEY | EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: DAVID GEISLER | EDITORS: DANIEL MCGARR AND DAVID GEISLER | SOUND DESIGNERS: DANIEL MCGARR AND DAVID GEISLER This has been a production of Sixfive Media.COPYRIGHT 2022 SIXFIVE MEDIA, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 53! In today's In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) Encore Episode, we revisit one of our favorite interviews that originally aired Season 1, Episode 37. Professor Naoko Wake is the author of American Survivors: Trans-Pacific Memories of Hiroshima and Nagasaki published by Cambridge University Press. She is a historian of gender, sexuality, and illness in the twentieth century United States and the Pacific Rim who works at Michigan State University. She joined us to have a conversation about her book and the interviews she conducted. It was a sad yet fascinating piece of our history that we rarely hear about. We urge everyone to go out and read this book. For previous episodes and information, please visit our site at https://asianamericanhistory101.libsyn.com or social media links at http://castpie.com/AAHistory101. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, email us at email@example.com.
It is a pleasure to welcome actress, fight choreographer, and professional stuntwoman Michelle Lee to The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. Born in Long Beach, California, Michelle moved to Taiwan right after birth and spent the first five years of her life with her grandmother, where she became fluent in Chinese. When she returned to the United States and Los Angeles County, Michelle experienced a big culture shock due to the language barrier and culture change. To get her out of her shell, Michelle's mom pushed her to take acting classes, leading her to pursue work as a child actor.While continuing her education, Michelle Lee took high school martial arts classes. After she graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles, Michelle auditioned for a role of a “fighter.” She booked the gig with her martial arts background and discovered she would fight alongside legendary actor Chow Yun-fat in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. From there, Michelle began booking stunt and fight work in various blockbuster films, and television series such as Bullet Train, the Last Airbender, Olympus Has Fallen, and Pacific Rim. Currently, Michelle Lee stars in Paramount+'s Blood & Treasure. The series is a high-stakes action adventure that centers around a brilliant antiquities expert and a cunning art thief collaborating to catch a ruthless terrorist who funds his attacks through stolen treasures. As they chase the terrorist around the world, they are in the center of a 2,000-year-old battle for “the cradle of civilization.”In this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Michelle Lee spoke about starring in both the DC Extended Universe (Suicide Squad) and the Marvel Cinematic Universe (Black Widow and Venom). She teased her character, Violet, and her role on Blood & Treasure.
As broadcast November 9, 2022 with plenty of sunshine left over. Tonight we head to the Pacific Islands with an exploration of the sounds from all over the world's largest oceans and beyond, with a particular focus on Fiji to end the show with Dunia Aljawad. Great vibes all around from Lord Echo, Khruangbin, The Black Seeds, Frank Orrall, Common Kings, and so many more to help you sink into the white sands of your mind.#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)The Electric Peanut Butter Company – DreamsLord Echo – Rhythm 77Liz Damon's Orient Express – Woota (Feelin' Good)Khruangbin – Time (You and I)Hot Rain – HawaiiCommon Kings – Lost In ParadisePart II (31:24)Jeremy Passion – LemonadeThe Beautiful Girls – La Mar (The Ocean)Surfaces – Palm TreesKolohe Kai – Ehu GirlThe Black Seeds – Cool Me DownFrank Orrall - Never Trade These Days Part III (68:00)Elena Baravilala - Keep On WalkingNatalie Raikadroka – Ciqomi AuJesswar (feat Pink Matter) – VenomFiji – Hey GirlSaimone Vuatalevu - Tucake MaiSakiusa Bulicokocoko – Sa I Levuka Ga Part IV (99:44)Paulini - Rough DaySantigold – Creator (vs Switch & Freq Nasty)Sakiusa Bulicokocoko - Lik Lik Tin FishCommon Kings – Today's A New Day feat MAYDAYLeessang (feat Ali)- BallerinoBAECHIGI – 마이 동풍
Sarah worked stints in music television, independent radio programme direction, music advocacy, entertainment journalism and television puppetry - plus, Sarah also recently won a toaster in a prestigious music quiz at your local. They are currently the host of Saturday afternoons on Aotearoa's largest independent alternative radio station. They are also one of our fave people. Made for the fragile morning after the night before, Sarah's mix contains flora, fauna, psych, and synth - all hailing from the South-West corner of the Pacific Rim of Fire. Circle of Dreams - Sunday Painting I [unreleased] Corben Simpson - Le Poisson [EMI New Zealand] Ariana Tikao & Karl Steven - Te Waonui a Tāne [self-released] Avengers - Water Pipe [HMV Records New Zealand] P.H.F. - Corped [Danger Collective] Hirini Melbourne - Mohua [Viking Sevenseas] Amamelia - Lawnmower Heaven [Sunreturn] Milk - No Answer [Prison Tapes] Erny Belle - Chuck it in the Trash [self-released] Roy Irwin - Sixer with Satan [self-released] Lutha - Empty Rooms [EMI New Zealand] Clear Path Ensemble - Talking to Water [Soundway Records] MĀ - TĀUA [Meeting House Records] DOG Power - She Cheated Me [Krava 22] Motte - Plateau [Ba Da Bing!] Sheep, Dog & Wolf - Could've [Aphrodite] Baecorp - Every Dream Of Mine Will Die [self-released] Womb - Oceans [Flying Nun Records] Jitwam - Confessions [Tartelet Records] Doug Jerebine - Circles [Drag City] Strawpeople - Spoiler [Sony Music New Zealand] Amamelia - Colourbox [Sunreturn]
This week on 8111, Nelson Hall. Nelson is that rare breed…a Marin native. Oh, and his birthday is on Halloween! Growing up he loved watching old movies on TV. He was captivated by the films of Ray Harryhausen and the Wizard of Oz. He always liked drawing and making things including several Rube Goldberg contraptions in his family's living room.He attended Sonoma State for a time and studied art. Still searching for a way to get into a creative job, he landed a job at the Printing Factory on Kerner Blvd. just two blocks from ILM. He transferred to San Francisco State (Go Gaters!) and continued his degree in art taking classes at night while working full-time.Nelson's speech 101 teacher, Diana Reese, gave him his first break. He'd given a speech on the art of visual effects and his teacher offered to introduce him to her friend, ILM model maker Marc Thorpe. That introduction led to some freelance work that eventually turned into a full-time opportunity.Nelson has worked on numerous films including; Alive, Fire in the Sky, The Flintstones, Star Trek: Generations, Congo, Daylight, Flubber, Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace, Galaxy Quest, AI, Matrix 2 & 3, Attack of the Clones, War of the Worlds, Pirates of the Caribbean, Evan Almighty, The Cove, Pacific Rim, Elysium, and many others. Nelson shares a great story of his journey from Marin kid to traveling the world working on films, special events, projects for Disney, and operating R2D2. It was a blast to catch up with Nelson and hear his incredible story.
TRiiiPSS are musical cosmopolitans who – as singers, songwriters, and producers – take inspiration from the diverse sounds of the places where they lived and grew up. East and West coast hip-hop rhythms mingle with tones and swagger from the Pacific Rim. TRiiiPSS released their first three singles in 2020 – “High Hopes”, “Carwash”, and “Adventures of Bingleboppers” – as a way of sharing lightness and rhythm with friends and family in trying times. “Simple Wonders” followed in 2021 as the group continued to hone their production and refine their musical style. Mick, Jay, and Kevin Litherland, who make up TRiiiPSS, were born on a sunny late summer day in the mid-1990s. The contrasting brightness and coolness of that season comes through in their music, and in the personalities of the artists themselves. During college, they discovered their shared passion for music, and have since worked over the course of years to develop and experiment with their sound. In their music, they encompass elements from their parents' homelands of Japan and New Zealand, as well as their time spent living in the U.S., where they were especially influenced by the rhythmic and percussive characteristics of Atlanta rap. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/steven-cuoco/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steven-cuoco/support
Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In a fun little “sequel” to MIFV's glorious Pacific Rim episode, Nate is joined by the co-host of The Drift Space podcast, Jack “GMan” Hudgens, to discuss a sequel Nate has hated since seeing it in a theater: Pacific Rim: Uprising. Nate didn't want to have an episode on this film, but when he saw an opportunity for a Fifth Wednesday Bonus Episode, he decided to bring Jack, a stalwart defender of the film, to convince him it has merit. And he makes a valiant effort, going so far as to compare it to Jun Fukuda's Godzilla films! Does Jack succeed at changing Nate's mind? Listen to find out! Listen to The Drift Space's episode on Pacific Rim. Additional music: “Pacific Rim” by Niall Stenson “Chant My Name!” by Masaaki Endo Sound effects sourced from Freesound.org. Check out Nathan's spinoff podcasts, The Henshin Men and The Power Trip. We'd like to give a shout-out to our MIFV MAX patrons Travis Alexander; Danny DiManna (author/creator of the Godzilla Novelization Project); Eli Harris (elizilla13); Chris Cooke (host of One Cross Radio); Bex from Redeemed Otaku; Damon Noyes, The Cel Cast, TofuFury, Eric Anderson of Nerd Chapel, Ted Williams, Wynja the Ninja, and Brad “Batman” Eddleman! Thanks for your support! You, too, can join MIFV MAX on Patreon to get this and other perks starting at only $3 a month! (https://www.patreon.com/monsterislandfilmvault) Buy official MIFV merch on TeePublic! (https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-monster-island-gift-shop) This episode is approved by Cameron Winter and the Monster Island Board of Directors. Timestamps: Intro: 0:00-5:39 Main Discussion: 5:39-1:25:29 Housekeeping & Outro: 1:25:29-end Podcast Social Media: Twitter (https://twitter.com/TheMonsterIsla1) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MonsterIslandFilmVault/) Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/monsterislandfilmvault/) Follow Jimmy on Twitter: @NasaJimmy (https://twitter.com/nasajimmy?lang=en) Follow the Monster Island Board of Directors on Twitter: @MonsterIslaBOD (https://twitter.com/MonsterIslaBOD) Follow the Raymund Martin and the MIFV Legal Team on Twitter: @MIFV_LegalTeam Follow Crystal Lady Jessica on Twitter: @CystalLadyJes1 (https://twitter.com/CrystalLadyJes1) Follow Dr. Dourif on Twitter: @DrDorif (https://twitter.com/DrDoriff) www.MonsterIslandFilmVault.com #JimmyFromNASALives #MonsterIslandFilmVault #PacificRim © 2022 Moonlighting Ninjas Media Bibliography/Further Reading: GMan's brain. Pacific Rim: Uprising blu-ray special features (from Universal): “Becoming Cadets” “Bridge to Uprising” Commentary by Director Steven S. DeKnight “Going Mega” “Hall of Heroes” “I am Scrapper” “Mako Returns” “Next Level Jaegers” “Secrets of Shao” “Underworld of Uprising, The” “Unexpected Villain”
Pacific Rim Pro Wrestling Podcast is back. When he was a teenager, Fumi Saito was an exchange student in Minnesota. He covered and photographed the AWA for a Japanese magazine. Fumi was close friends with Adrian Adonis, Road Warrior Hawk, Jumbo Tsuruta, Masa Saito and more. He's got a unique perspective on the AWA episode of Tales from the territories. He even visited Mr. Saito while he was incarcerated for his role in the Ken Patera/McDonald's incident. An interesting show. Check it out.
Kingsrose Mining Limited is an Australia-based gold production and exploration company. The Company is focused on the production, exploration, and development of its gold deposit at the Way Linggo Project in South Sumatra, Indonesia. The Way Linggo Project holds approximately 100 square kilometers and is located on the Trans-Sumatran Fault, part of the Pacific Rim of Fire. The Company is primarily producing from its two operating mines in the Project area, the Way Linggo Open Cut Mine, and the Talang Santo Underground Mine. The Talang Santo is located within a cluster of epithermal veining and is situated approximately 17 kilometers from the Way Linggo processing plant.
From singing and dancing, to broadcasting and acting, Ellen McLain has done just about everything. You may recognize her as GLaDOS, your favorite A.I. from the hit video game series PORTAL, or from her performance as the computer in Pacific Rim. Ellen's story before that point is rich and full life, and quite a bit happened before she voiced our favorite robots. Welcome to Season 2 Episode 81 of Digital Dissection: A Nerd Podcast! Join us as we sit down with the talented and multi-faceted actress who continues to bring her unique skillset to the entertainment industry. A small disclaimer: today's episode had some slight issues the night of our recording. For those that watch our video program, you'll notice this required some creative editing. We apologize for the sound quality during certain segments, but overall, we are happy to help tell Ellen's story and the rich content she's helped build. Music by Joystock: https://www.joystock.org Opening Track: "Modern Power-Up Electronic" Closing Track: "Future is Now" Follow us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/DigitalDissect1 Twitch: https://twitch.tv/digitaldissect1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/digitaldissect1 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/DigitalDissectionPodcast
Hello, kaiju lovers! Nate has been waiting for this Ameri-kaiju episode for a long time—he gets to discuss one of his favorite films: Pacific Rim! He's joined by the three co-hosts of The Drift Space podcast—returning guests Jack “GMan” Hudgens and J.R. Viller, plus Jack's sister, Rebecca—to gush about how much they love it. Guillermo del Toro's masterful tribute to both tokusatsu and anime is a movie that is unabashedly itself with its archetypal but strong characters, incredible worldbuilding, and mind-blowing special effects. But beneath the beyond-cool chassis beats the heart of a grossly underestimated story of surprising depth. If you don't already love Pacific Rim, Nate and the Drifters will change your mind! Beforehand, Nate discovers data files for an abandoned ad campaign for an unknown kaiju named “Chimera.” After the broadcast, as you undoubtedly heard, a mysterious kaiju attacked the Island but was killed by the Drifters in their Jaeger, Bouncing Betty. Nate's live broadcast of that battle is included here. The prologue and epilogue, “Chimera,” was written by Nathan Marchand. Additional music: “Cradle of the Chozo” by prophetic music “Pacific Rim” by Niall Stenson “Chant My Name!” by Masaaki Endo “Feel Sound – Cinematic Adventure” | Music promoted by MAGIC SOUND® Sound effects sourced from Freesound.org, including those by InspectorJ. Check out Nathan's spinoff podcasts, The Henshin Men and The Power Trip. We'd like to give a shout-out to our MIFV MAX patrons Travis Alexander; Danny DiManna (author/creator of the Godzilla Novelization Project); Eli Harris (elizilla13); Chris Cooke (host of One Cross Radio); Bex from Redeemed Otaku; Damon Noyes, The Cel Cast, TofuFury, Eric Anderson of Nerd Chapel, Ted Williams, Wynja the Ninja, and Brad “Batman” Eddleman! Thanks for your support! You, too, can join MIFV MAX on Patreon to get this and other perks starting at only $3 a month! (https://www.patreon.com/monsterislandfilmvault) Buy official MIFV merch on TeePublic! (https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-monster-island-gift-shop) This episode is approved by Cameron Winter and the Monster Island Board of Directors. Timestamps: Prologue: 0:00-4:15 Intro: 4:15-13:33 Entertaining Info Dump: 13:33-23:14 Toku Talk: 23:14-1:27:21 Promo: 1:27:21-1:28:37 Toku Topic: 1:28:37-2:05:59 Housekeeping & Outro: 2:05:59-2:21:41 Epilogue: 2:21:41-end Podcast Social Media: Twitter (https://twitter.com/TheMonsterIsla1) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MonsterIslandFilmVault/) Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/monsterislandfilmvault/) Follow Jimmy on Twitter: @NasaJimmy (https://twitter.com/nasajimmy?lang=en) Follow the Monster Island Board of Directors on Twitter: @MonsterIslaBOD (https://twitter.com/MonsterIslaBOD) Follow the Raymund Martin and the MIFV Legal Team on Twitter: @MIFV_LegalTeam Follow Crystal Lady Jessica on Twitter: @CystalLadyJes1 (https://twitter.com/CrystalLadyJes1) Follow Dr. Dourif on Twitter: @DrDorif (https://twitter.com/DrDoriff) www.MonsterIslandFilmVault.com #JimmyFromNASALives #MonsterIslandFilmVault #Amerikaiju #PacificRim © 2022 Moonlighting Ninjas Media Bibliography/Further Reading: “American Association for the Advancement of Science Statement on Human Cloning.” American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). (https://www.aaas.org/resources/american-association-advancement-science-statement-human-cloning) “Cloning.” Wikipedia. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloning) “Cloning Fact Sheet.” National Human Genome Research Institute. (https://www.genome.gov/about-genomics/fact-sheets/Cloning-Fact-Sheet) “Myths about Cloning.” FDA, current as of 20 May 2021. (https://www.fda.gov/animal-veterinary/animal-cloning/myths-about-cloning) Pacific Rim Blu-ray (Walmart exclusive) special features: “Baby Kaiju Set Visit” Commentary by Guillermo del Toro Digital Artistry of Pacific Rim, The Director's Notebook, The. “Film by Guillermo del Toro, A” “Goth-Tech” “Honoring the Kaiju Tradition” “Importance of Mass and Scale, The” “Inside the Drift” “Intricacy of Robot Designs” “Jaegers Echo Human Grace” “Mega Sized Sets” “Orchestral Sounds from the Anteverse” “Pacific Rim: A History of Jaegers” “Primer on Kaijus and Jaegers, A” Prologue by Guillermo del Toro “Shatterdome Ranger Roll Call” “Tokyo Alley Set Visit” “Pacific Rim.” IMDb. (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1663662/) “Pacific Rim (film).” Pacific Rim Wiki. (https://pacificrim.fandom.com/wiki/Pacific_Rim_(film)) “Pacific Rim (film).” Wikipedia. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Rim_(film)) “Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human Reproductive Cloning.” National Library of Medicine. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK223960/) Welsh, Jennifer. “How does cloning work?” Live Science, 17 Nov. 2021. (https://www.livescience.com/how-cloning-works)
Fumi Saito, the man who literally wrote the book on Antonio Inoki, gives his thoughts and memories of Inoki on this very special episode of Pacific Rim. Fumi talks to Jim Valley about Inoki's history and legacy: his creativity, his greatest matches and opponents, his place in history and would have the reconciliation with NJPW happened had Inoki lived longer. That and much more. You'll want to download this episode of Pacific Rim
In this spectacular film from Guillermo del Toro, war is raging between human kind and Kaiju creatures that come from the depths of the oceans! The world fights back using giant machine robots known as Jaegars in which two pilots control them while being interlinked in their minds by a neural bridge. As the world finds itself on the brink of annihilation, it's up to a young pilot and an untested trainee to neural link together and save all mankind! It's a totally fun guilty pleasure film starring Charlie Hunan, Idris Elba, Ron Perlman, and more in Pacific Rim! In Download This we talk the latest Star Wars series, Andor, we geek ou ton the latest news including Hugh Jackman back as Wolverine & much more! We then preview our next episode as Halloween Horrors Month begins with 28 Weeks Later! Visit us for all episodes & more at the www.therebelradiopodcast.com Please leave us a 5-Star review on iTunes! You can also find us on Spotify iHeartRadio Follow us on Facebook Twitter @rebelradiopod
Dar is born with super natural powers, the ability to communicate with animals! The mad priest Maax hunts Dar after his birth believing a prophecy that Dar will kill him one day. After Maax kills Dar's adoptive father, he goes out on a quest of revenge meeting allies along the way, getting his revenge and saving the kingdom from the evil Maax and the Jun Horde. Marc Singer stars in this sword & sorcery cult classic from 1982, The Beastmaster! We also look back at the month of September in pop culture history this week, we discuss Andor & more in Download This, all the latest geek news is talked about as well, and a preview of next week's film, Pacific Rim! Visit us for all episodes & more at the www.therebelradiopodcast.com Please leave us a 5-Star review on iTunes! You can also find us on Spotify iHeartRadio Follow us on Facebook Twitter @rebelradiopod
The “Fourth Taiwan Strait Crisis” raises unsettling questions as to the future of that island nation, including Beijing's ambitions and America's resolve to respond militarily should an invasion occur. Kharis Templeman, a Hoover veteran fellow and a program manager for Hoover's Project on Taiwan, was part of a Hoover/Stanford delegation that visited the island in late August. Templeman offers a perspective based on his observations from both sides of the Pacific Rim.
A wide-eyed young Kaiju arrives in the thriving metropolis of Hong Kong ready to make a name for themselves. But to make it big the Kaiju must first deal with the Jaegers – a small but fanatical group that violently opposes newcomers in a bid to keep the city for themselves. We're going to doing a LIVE episode of The Villain Was Right on Twitch as part of Extra Life's Game Day, a 24 hour gaming marathon on November 5th, 2022. With all proceeds going to support Sick Kids Hospital. Hosted by The From Superheroes Network with a variety of events including; gaming, live podcast tapings, watch parties, and more surprises to be planned. VISIT EXTRALIFE.FROMSUPERHEROES.COM TODAY to donate, learn more, and follow us on twitch so that you don't miss it. Produced by Andrew Ivimey as part of The From Superheroes Network. Visit www.FromSuperheroes.com for more podcasts, articles, YouTube series, web comics, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Biden seeks to go around Supreme Court with executive orders to placate his abortion base. Buck says, "It's like the legal analysis of an ignorant, spoiled child, and he's the president of the United States." Leftists still targeting Justice Kavanaugh even after assassination attempt: Protesters force him to exit out back door of DC restaurant. Clay says, "Evidently, Brett Kavanaugh can't even have a steak? I hope it wasn't a well-done steak." Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe assassinated during campaign speech for another politician. Senator Bill Hagerty of Tennessee and former U.S. Ambassador to Japan joins Clay and Buck to discuss his relationship with Shinzo Abe and his legacy to Japan, the U.S and the Pacific Rim. Bidens are as dysfunctional as the Kennedys. Naked Hunter Biden filmed himself smoking crack and touching himself while floating inside a sensory deprivation tank. Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuck See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.