Searching For Henry Part 5 This is part 5 of our limited Tap Love Tour Podcast series ‘Searching For Henry' where we gather pieces from different times and places in order to Re-member the prolific Tap Dance choreographer, Dr. Henry LeTang. In this episode we speak with Vermont Legislative Representative, Tap Dancer, educator and mentee of Dr. Henry LeTang, Linda Joy Sullivan. This episode is extremely important to me because at a certain point it felt like Linda channeled a lesson directed specifically at me from the spirit of Dr. LeTang. I hope I remember it this time. Connect to Linda Joy Sullivan here: email@example.com Supplemental Audio: Bridge Scene from the motion picture Waking Life directed by Richard Linklater Join our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/travisknights Subscribe to the Tap Love Tour Podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/the-tap-love-tour Subscribe to the Tap Love Tour Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsSfLevc4PJTChTNkmf5GVw?view_as=subscriber
Shot by Richard Linklater and meticulously rotoscoped under a tight budget, Waking Life centers upon an unnamed protagonist who gradually realizes that he's roving through a seemingly-endless dream world. When not subjecting the viewer to surreal and psychedelic imagery, Waking Life spends most of its running time on a series of conversations and monologues about existentialism, Buddhism, the nature of dreams, death, desire, Philip K. Dick, and metaphysics. Depending upon your perspective and your tolerance for cinematic naval gazing, Waking Life can be profound, pretentious, or a little bit of both. Weird animation and babbling on about abstract philosophical theories is catnip to Ryan, so it was likely only a matter of time before he used Waking Life as a subject for this podcast. He's subjecting Cheryl to this one as cohost (she lands firmly on "a little of both" in the question of whether the film is profound or pretentious). Talking points for this one include several of the film's stated themes, but also the movie's tango-inflected score, the unfortunate Alex Jones cameo, the connection between this movie and better-known Linklater projects like Dazed & Confused, Slacker, and the Before Trilogy, and the qualities of rotoscoped animation (Cheryl, coming from an animation background, often finds the process to be lazy and jarring). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-valentine3/support
This is the podcast episode of your dreams… literally. Dream decoding expert and best-selling author Theresa Cheung joins Kaitlyn to talk about what dreams mean, why we have them, and why we should all embrace our dreaming lives. Basically, dreams are free therapy sessions that you can tap into with the right tools. Kaitlyn and Theresa get into Kaitlyn's reoccurring dreams, analyze the bizarre reoccurring dream of an OTV producer, and dive into the common themes that appear throughout our dreams and our nightmares. It turns out that life becomes infinitely more interesting when you tap into your dreams, so get ready to hear from an expert who has been studying them for decades. Sweet dreams, vinos! GOODY'S - To purchase, go to Amazon and use code 1VINE to receive $1 off a 4 count 6 pack! EUROPEAN WAX CENTER - Visit waxcenter.com to book your reservation today and check out the new line of products. And remember, your first wax is FREE. GEICO - Go to geico.com and in 1 5 minutes you could be saving 15% or more on car insurance. OXICLEAN - Visit oxicleancoupons.com now where a coupon is waiting for you
Erick Godsey is a podcaster, Jungian enthusiast, storyteller, myth-weaver, and dream interpreter extraordinaire. In this episode, he returns to the Thought Room to discuss integrating our waking world with our dreams and how we can expand our social consciousness to create meaningful connections for the collective. If You Enjoy The Thought Room Please Subscribe and Give Us a 5-Star Rating ★★★★★ and Review on Apple Podcasts. Special Offers: Sign up for my free 5 Minute Meditation! https://www.hallierose.com/meditation BetterHelp Online Counseling: Click here → https://betterhelp.com/thoughtroom Coupon: THOUGHTROOM for 10% off your first month Soltara Healing Center: Click here → http://soltara.co/thoughtroom $200 off Ayahuasca retreats at Soltara Healing Center with code THOUGHTROOM. 3rd Eye Cacao: Click here —> https://thirdeyecacao.com/thoughtroom Why cacao? As an excellent alternative to coffee, cacao is rich in theobromine, a native relative to caffeine. Theobromine's heart-opening effects energize the body and elevates mood. Third Eye Cacao is organically grown, hand picked and sun-dried. Just boil water— Third Eye Cacao is easy enough for your morning ritual, and pure enough to be used for cacao ceremonies! Use the coupon code “THOUGHTROOM” for 15% off! Topics Explored: 5:45 - Letting old dreams dissolve Feeling burdened by the heaviness in the world and our contributions to that heaviness Recalibrating how we show up Keeping the path while these dreams are dissolving will ultimately be rewarding but it's challenging while we're in the thick of the transition between dreams 10:50 - How to navigate the shifting of dreams What does it look like to move into a new “game of life” Balancing the “poet” and the “doctor” Entering a new paradigm that challenges social structures and genetic programming 19:30 - What is the Daemon? How to experience a life that is meaningful and contributes to the collective well-being 30:00 - What to do when the mission from the Daemon feels burdensome Tune in to what your body wants to express emotionally Being earnestly truthful with yourself, those around you, and nature Create a ritual of learning and alchemize by sharing your truth 36:00 - Overriding our Defaults to Lead with the Heart Giving people the opportunity to hold space for us 49:00 - River of Forgetting / Mystical space of sleeping and dreaming What if the dream state is reality and where our real work takes place? Part of our elegant and graceful design is to spend time sleeping Our innate intelligence explodes forth in our dreams and connects us to other living things Learning how to dance with our dreams 62:25 - What do our dreams represent in the waking world? What are we doing in our waking world to transform our dreams? How can we live awake with open hearts when it can cause a disproportionate amount of suffering? Saying “yes” to a feeling or dream doesn't always mean we like it 1:15:30 - The descent into soul Plotkin's model of the human psyche The “Butterfly Moment” Find the different parts of you that show up in your dreams and integrate them into your life 1:22:00 - The Dharma Journal Connect to your Daemon through meditation Create an inner temple to get your sacred message Resources: The Lion Tracker's Guide to Life - Boyd Varty: “I don't know where we're going but I know exactly how I'm going to get there.” The Kin of Ata are Waiting for You - Dorothy Bryant The Dharma Journal Subscribe to The Thought Room: Apple | https://tinyurl.com/qp3mqnp Spotify | https://tinyurl.com/wxyzmdw Stitcher | https://tinyurl.com/wrxv39g Connect with Hallie Rose: Thought Room IG | https://www.instagram.com/thoughtroompodcast/ Hallie Rose IG | https://www.instagram.com/hallie_rosebud/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/ThoughtRoomPod YouTube |http://bit.ly/ThoughtRoomYouTube Website | www.thoughtroompodcast.com Email | firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up for the TRP Newsletter | www.thoughtroompodcast.com HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! → SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts + Spotify + Stitcher + Google Podcasts → LEAVE A SHORT APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW: Would you please consider leaving a typed review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? 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Recorded everywhere from hotel rooms in New York City, to a camper van in Maine; from the coastal forests of Costa Rica, to a picnic blanket amongst grapes in a vineyard in Sedona—host Hallie Rose captures rich, face-to-face interviews and intimate storytelling in a variety of eccentric locations. From musicians to mathematicians, life coaches to psychonauts, PhDs to professional athletes—we'll invite them all to step into the Thought Room to spill their stories and share their most distilled wisdom. The show covers a breadth of topics including psychology, spirituality, sex & relationships, psychedelics, ayahuasca, non-violent communication, law of attraction, bio-hacking, fitness, nutrition, alternative health, personal development, business & entrepreneurship, mindfulness, yoga, and meditation. Quotes from my guests on Psychedelics: “Psychedelics are like a direct portal to the Psyche” - Erick Godsey “What my experience with psychedelics has taught me is that all the magic is here!” - Kyle Buller “The medicines have a way of changing one's perspective powerfully and profoundly.” - Luke Storey “Psychedelics are not suppressed because they are dangerous to users; they're suppressed because they provoke unconventional thought, which threatens any number of elites and institutions that would rather do our thinking for us.” - Dr. Dennis McKenna Quotes from my guests on Consciousness: “I'm a true believer that our lives are a product of our imagination.” - Ollie Ollerton “Never let those who lack belief in themselves rob you of yours.” - Dorian Yates “Your ability to feel good in any kind of environment is up to you.” - Dr. Craig Koniver Quotes from my guests on Ayahuasca: “And I am leaving, knowing — I don't want my dharma revealed to me...I want to create it, I want to walk it, I want to dance it, moment by moment. Thank you, Ayahuasca.” - Erick Godsey “Ayahuasca is a symbiotic ally of the human species.” - Dennis McKenna Celebrated guests include Dr. Dennis McKenna, Justin Wren, Erick Godsey, Ollie Ollerton & Dorian Yates. Hey, you! Yes, you! We need your support! Want to help us land some of our dream guests like Dr. Joe Dispenza, Tara Brach, Rick Doblin, Marianne Williamson? ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Leave us a short review on Apple to help us reach our goal of 200 written reviews! Your support really makes a difference. Leave your IG handle in your review to receive a personal thank you message from Hallie Rose. Want to connect us with a guest for the show? Visit http://thoughtroompodcast.com/contact/
Infinite Love fellow travelers on this sojourn of Self! I am blessed to present you with a "swapcast" between Waking Life and the Divine Data Podcast. Samantha Rose Paprin is a conscious co-creator, and host of Divine Data, that I've gratefully been able to connect with through Instagram. She's reached out to me a few times over the past months to see if we could link up for a conversation. As you know, everything comes in divine timing, and what transpired is probably my favorite conversation I've recorded with someone to date! As you will see from this conversation, Samantha and I play off each other's energy in a fun and light-hearted way. We hope that after taking this deep dive with us that you surface on the other end feeling rejuvenated and like you have two new best friends, who are hand-in-hand with you on this journey!! As always, you've been coding all in willed thoughts with Cody Allen Wilcox... take Care and spread it everywhere!Download.
This week we have spoiler-free reviews of John Woo’s bullet-ballet Hard Boiled and Netflix’s Australian reality show Instant Hotel. Then Indy sneakily previews next week’s watch; Before Sunrise and the entire Before Trilogy! Hard-Boiled teahouse shootout: https://youtu.be/kjbibHyDZkE Hard-Boiled Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqMPzcGQJzA&ab_channel=TueNguyen Instant Hotel Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL3mbpmTAFo&ab_channel=What%27sonNetflixBefore Sunrise Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MUcuqbGTxc&ab_channel=MovieclipsClassicTrailers Hard Boiled (Chinese: 辣手神探) is a 1992 Hong Kong action film directed by John Woo and written by Barry Wong. The film stars Chow Yun-fat as Inspector "Tequila" Yuen, Tony Leung Chiu-wai as Alan, an undercover cop, and Anthony Wong as Johnny Wong, a leader of the criminal triads.Hard Boiled was John Woo's last Hong Kong film before his transition to Hollywood. After making films that glamorized gangsters (and receiving criticism for doing so), Woo wanted to make a Dirty Harry styled film to glamorize the police. After the death of screenwriter Barry Wong, the film's screenplay underwent constant changes during filming. New characters such as Mad Dog and Mr. Woo were introduced, while the original plotline of a baby-poisoning psychopath was cut. Instant Hotel is an Australian reality television series which began airing on the Seven Network on 7 November 2017. The series follows homeowners who have transformed their homes into hotels and are individually judged by each other to receive the highest scores with the winner to win an ultimate prize. The Before trilogy consists of three films directed by Richard Linklater, and starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy as lovers Jesse and Céline at three different parts of their lives. The trilogy consists of the films Before Sunrise (1995), Before Sunset (2004) and Before Midnight (2013). Filmed and set at nine-year intervals, each film takes place over the course of a few hours. A short sequence in the animated anthology film Waking Life also features the characters.
This week we’re sharing with you two dreams/nightmares we’ve had recently. Similar to other things in our lives, our dreams were kinda synchronistic, and we both felt like we needed to have a full conversation to dissect the meaning of them both. Why do nightmares happen? When are scary things in dreams actually just symbols of something you’re struggling with in waking life? Can you have a dream within a dream? Is it possible to feel guilt in a dream? And how come you don’t always realize when you’re lucid dreaming?! Join us as we pick apart weird characters and symbols we’ve seen on the astral plane, as well as talk about empath/narcissist relationships, mothering our inner child, shadow work, and comforting our past selves. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @THEWITCHFULTHINKINGPODCAST
Bom dia, cinéfilosNo episódio de hoje, a Bia e o Tiago conversam sobre dois filmes de animação voltados para o público adulto: Planeta Selvagem, de 1973, e Waking Life, de 2001.
Jay and Tristan cover two well known Richard Linklater classics: Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly. PKD plays prominently here, so we will touch on the esoteric, gnostic and dystopian sillycone valley elites and their longterm plans now coming to fruition. Linklater's films, especially Waking Life, were/are hipster and Austin area favorites, featuring the one and only hAlex J0nes and more!
Chess Edwards is a meditation teacher and spiritual guide. His entire career has been spent guiding people beyond their current limits and perceptions and into a greater and deeper engagement with the world. After a lifetime of dedicated personal development, he devoted the past decade to his spiritual development and awakening, and this has led to a rapid "collapse of the restrictive personal identification". He is dedicated to helping others reveal, awaken and empower their highest truth, potential, and brilliance. Key takeaways: • From adventure travel guide to guiding the unfamiliar territories within • The intersection between personal and spiritual development • The "self-help junkies" endless quest for an elusive peace and freedom • Meditation is not emptying your mind of thoughts, but recognising all thoughts are empty • How can meditation integrate into our waking life? Valuable resources: Gift #1 - Guided Meditation: https://bit.ly/Chess-3po5Egm Gift #2 - Emotional Vocabulary Builder: https://bit.ly/Chess-EVB-PersDevMastery Website: https://www.chessedwards.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/chessedwards Quote: "You are love. You are not your story, you are not your mind-constructed fears. You are, I am, everyone is love." -Chess Edwards About the host: I am Agi Keramidas, a knowledge broker and a zealous podcaster. I am a firm believer in the power of self-education and personal development in radically improving one's life. Do you want to support my podcast, gain access to exclusive content, and become part of my community? Then become my patron! http://bit.ly/pdmpat Join my Facebook group for personal development, inspiration, and actionable knowledge: https://bit.ly/pdmgroup
Kim and I discuss some of our experiences with lucid dreaming and share some tips that might help you. I share my struggle with nightmares in the past and a revelation in therapy that gave me insight into a reoccurring theme.Tw/Cw: PTSD, trauma, substances, nightmares, death, decay, brief mention of psych wardSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/FindingOK)
Depending on your meditation practice, you may receive insights, experiences or feelings that would benefit you in your waking life. The question is, how would you do that? Well, you don’t have to wait long to figure it out; today’s episode covers that very thing. Sponsors: Amazon.com - Shop Amazon using this link and a portion of what you spend will go back to the show. Become a Super-Fan of the Show Support ZEN commuter and get access to patron bonuses THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks again for listening to the show! If it has helped you in any way, please share it using the social media buttons you see on the page. Also, reviews for the podcast on iTunes are extremely helpful, they help it reach a wider audience. The more positive reviews the higher in the rankings it goes. Of course that means more peace in the world. So please let me know what you think. I read ever one of them. Did you enjoy the podcast?
This episode features UK-based independent rotoscoper Flora Martyr who shares her process to create pristine rotoscope animations. You’ll also learn: *What type of stories are best told through rotoscoping vs other forms of animation *How large the market is for rotoscoped animation *3 of the best rotoscoped animations to take inspiration from ~[Sponsored Message]~ GET YOUR FREE HUE HD PACKAGE HERE: http://bit.ly/AIPFreeResources PASSWORD: AIPodcastPerks HUE HD offers an all-in-one starter kit for kids around 7 to 13 years old when it come to animation. Their kit creates an easy and fun way to learn key animation techniques including claymation, lip-synching and rotoscoping. The kit includes a colourful HUE HD camera, with a bendy gooseneck, built-in microphone and manual focus. It also includes their easy-to-use animation software has great features such as onion skinning and time lapse, and kids can record their own voices to bring their animations to life. On top of this is the HUE Book of Animation, which takes you step-by-step through how to create your own stop-motion videos and learn the principles of animation like squash and stretch. Plus, you can download free sound effects, a storyboard template and backgrounds to give your videos added magic! HUE’s kits, cameras, book, and resources are available from: *HUE's website: bit.ly/HUEWebsiteAIP *Amazon: bit.ly/HUEAmazonAIP GET YOUR FREE HUE HD PACKAGE HERE: http://bit.ly/AIPFreeResources PASSWORD: AIPodcastPerks The package includes a Storyboard template, a sample background for your next claymation, a short instructional video on how to squash and stretch a simple character with clay, and even a super cute printable phenakistoscope of a rat going into a hole. ~ Flora Martyr is moving image artist and photographer, based in Lancashire (UK). She produces her films through the Dot Dot Dash Dot banner, specialising in rotoscope animation. Her work is often experimental using a number of different media to create colour, texture and pattern. She take a structural approach to my work and explore a number of themes such as existentialism, the act of being and the mundane. Check out Flora’s work at: *https://www.floramartyr.com/ *https://www.dotdotdashdot.com/ Check out these 3 inspirational rotoscoped films: *Waking Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uk2DeTet98o *Tower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTzNkfgM1vE *Undone: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9sYE9tIwTE
The gang wraps up their Sober September Far-Out Film fest with Richard Linklater's artistic trip down philosophers lane, Waking Life. Directed by: Richard LinklaterWritten by: Richard LinklaterScore by: Glover GillBudget: $?Grossed: $3.2 millionCast: Eamonn HealyTimothy "Speed" LevitchAdam GoldbergNicky KattEthan HawkeJulie DelpySteven PrinceCaveh ZahediOtto HofmannRichard LinklaterAlex JonesPlugs: Pop-O-Holics Jurassic Park Commentary Track Next EP: NosferatuSocial Media:Email: email@example.comFacebook: @PopOHolicsTwitter: @PopOHolicsInstagram: @popoholicscast
Team Obscura revisits the 1993 cult classic/coming of age movie "Dazed and Confused" on this week's Media Obscura podcast! They also discuss Nick's inability to tell people apart, Mike's refusal to watch movies that give him bad feelings, and how Raekwon has watched over/protected Nick since long before they even had a friendship. Oh, and Nick/Raekwon gush about Richard Linklater movies, despite Nick mixing up A Scanner Darkly and Waking Life. Check out some of our other vintage and strange movie/television discussions at https://themediaobscura.com/
Allie is joined by Jochem to discuss the German electronic label, Giegling. It’s difficult to put into words the emotions thread together throughout their releases. For one of the label’s founders, Konstantin, when trying to describe this evocative feeling, he notes: “It's a resonance of being…of being in a certain time, with certain people. It's something immaterial, but something true, something worth living for.” Listen to hear our favorite tracks, and a few of our favorite mixes/sets are in the show notes. Good to note: in this episode, Allie and Jochem do not discuss Traumprinz /DJ Metatron….this mysterious genius merits his/her/their own next episode :) Tracklist: 1. Leafar Legov - Talk 2. Leafar Legov - Wild Is The Wind (Live from Studio R) 3. Map.ache - Dream / Awake 4. Kerala Dust & DWIG - Untitled (Late Sun) - Another Shade of DWIG Remix 5. DWIG - Cherrytree 6. Leafar Legov - Hidden Treasure 7. Kettenkarussell - Everything 8. DWIG - Have To Go Before You’re Gone 9. Leafar Legov - In Your Mirror 10. Map.ache - Thank U Again 11. Vril - Spes 12. Map.ache - Seis 13. Map.ache - Copy Love Select sets/mixes: Map.ache—Live at Waking Life 2019: https://soundcloud.com/wakinglifeportugal/mapache-live-at-waking-life-outro-lado Leafar Legov—Live at Studio R: https://soundcloud.com/leafarlegov/leafar-legov-live-at-studio-r Dwig—Live at Waking Life 2018: https://soundcloud.com/dwig/dwig-live-waking-life-2018 A Giegling tribute—Memories from Schloss (tribute to Giegling’s 10th anniversary): https://soundcloud.com/avichai148/tribute-for-schloss
On this episode Jamie and Thelonious review 12 Years a Slave, American Psycho, K-Pax, A Clockwork Orange, Lighthouse, Incendies, and Waking Life. They also give their movie of the month and are joined by a special guest. This episode's title and intro song are from the movie Incendies.
Joining in the studio today is the one and only Starloma! He's been around the scene for a long time and offers a unique and interesting perspective. Be sure to check out the accompanying Starloma interview in https://privatesuitemag.com/issue/11/52 (issue 11) of the magazine, which drops today! We dive into some super interesting topics, like vaporwave over the ages, producing music on the Sony PS1, holotropic breathwork, Quadratox, Windjammer95, https://vaporwavenights.bandcamp.com/album/vaporaid (vaporwave nights), cinema like Inland Empire & Waking Life, classic gaming with Rick Dangerous and Ardy Lightfoot, and much more! https://elemental95.bandcamp.com/album/the-vape-council-vol-1 (The Vape Council Vol 1. on Elemental95) https://i.imgur.com/WlJ9EqD.png (The Bathroom Photo) https://baconwave.bandcamp.com (Baconwave) https://soundcloud.com/windjammer95 (Windjammer95) https://tomorrowentertainment.bandcamp.com/album/--8 (Tomorrow Entertainment Records) https://youtu.be/0P9XfLbn1Os (“Vaporwave Night - first Vaporwave Party ever in Italy”) Starloma https://starloma.bandcamp.com/releases (Bandcamp) | https://twitter.com/STARLOMA1 (Twitter) Want to be featured on an episode of the Private Suite Podcast? Give us a call on the PSP Hotline! 412-44-VAPOR (412 448-2767, US based). We will listen to your messages and maybe feature them on a future episode! If you haven't already done so be sure to check out Private Suite Magazine https://www.privatesuitemag.com/ (here). If you have a topic you would like discussed or ideas for future episodes please be sure to reach out to us on social media. Private Suite https://privatesuitemag.com/ (Website) | https://patreon.com/privatesuitemag (Patreon) | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZrm9UReiLcsbV_JDX4dFgA (Youtube) | https://instagram.com/privatesuitemag (Instagram) | https://twitter.com/Privatesuitemag (Twitter) | https://facebook.com/privatesuitemag (Facebook) Podcast Team https://twitter.com/indyadvant (Indy) | https://twitter.com/augnosmusic (Augnos) Podcast Intro Music by Mere https://merenotilde.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) | https://twitter.com/merenotilde (Twitter) Podcast Intro Voice by s h e e p https://twitter.com/SheepyTurtle (Twitter) | https://electricsheeplet.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Support this podcast
Fans of Indie Beat, rejoice... we have returned. On this episode we spoke to filmmaker Alexander Jorgensen. Jorgensen, originally hailing from Canada, has made a number of films since planting himself in the US of A. He started off focusing most of his time exploring various visual ideas via indie music videos while also paying the bills by picking up random cinematography or post-production gigs here and there. But personal things were brewing. He mounted number of short films -- he worked twice with San Francisco actor Geo Epsilanty, once for an engrossing portrait-doc titled "Self-Diagnosis" and followed that with the somber absent-father narrative "Only Blood" -- and also completed the comedic genre piece "Reasons to Kill" about a hitman interviewing potential clients. But it was his documentary "Uncomfortable Truths" that really crept in and took hold of Jorgensen's mind. This short film followed a few of the personalities who hang around Ground Zero in New York City, spreading the gospel that the World Trade Center attacks on September 11th were, in fact, an inside job. It's a really charged, energetic film, focusing on people that, let's be honest, most of us tend to walk quickly away from. Jorgensen lets his subjects do the speaking for themselves, often letting the camera linger as they use their best arguments to convince passers-by about the many mysteries surrounding Building 7. The movie climaxes showing the repetitive, cyclical nature of their work -- a masterful stroke with two potential takeaways. Is Jorgensen asking if they are just continually beating the same dead horse to no avail, or is he showing how dedicated people can be when they have such passion for a political project, regardless of what that activist subject is? This short received a great response and, seeing as the same people were out there nearly every weekend of the year, Jorgensen went back and continued to shoot. He also expanded the idea, incorporating television news footage and also interviewing one of the directors of your stoner college roommate's favorite movie next to "Waking Life," "Loose Change." The resulting feature documentary, "Truther Or: I Am Not A Conspiracy Theorist," is an engaging portrait of the various facets of the truther movement, showcasing the community they've made for one another and even displaying the fractions amongst the movement. Their may be one or two fights or minced words: you'll just have to see for yourself! The film can be streamed now on both Vimeo and Amazon Prime. We had Jorgensen on the pod to talk about this new film and also his time spent staying up late in haunted houses for work, documentaries in the streaming age, and much more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/message
Guest - Jessica Star - Creative Producer - Waking Life stories - hiding at lunch time in high school - dreamCast - Science of Sleep tepid appreciation - talking nightmares - The OA appreciation and un-appreciation - dream hacks - hot dates with Leo - Richard LinklaterCast - Ethan Hawke talk - AV clubbin - running around New York - special guest Lola - Sony MiniDV talk - getting a bead on FPJ - Devon SawaCast - acid tripping - expired movie codes - Vanilla Sky appreciation - everyone in 2001 is dreaming and dying - Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz are really, really really good looking - we love Jim Carrey but he seems like a lot - boat carCast - Ethan Hawke and Alex Jones, flying out of the screen - Alex Jones talk, unfortunately - are you a first round human or an old soul? - phobia talk - California people don’t go in the ocean - the many eras of Michael Jackson - MJ songs are actually pretty good - talking boobs - making the Janet Jackson Dennis Rodman Sublime connection - music video talk - everyone dancing in 2001 - Razor tricks - Janet getting too horny for us - a tasteful amount of Klump - Ab game strong - Heul is gross - supertasting - Discipline: we don’t have it - cheating the donut game - everyone has a damn podcast
E. (Ernesto) Jason Liebrecht has been working as an actor & performing artist based in Austin, TX for over a decade. As a voice actor, he has voiced quite a range of characters; some favorites include (but are not limited to): Champa in Dragon Ball Super, Dabi in My Hero Academia, Beast Titan (& human) in Attack on Titan, Yato in Noragami, Suwa in Orange, Dr. John Watson in Empire of Corpses, Souhei in Wolf Children, Takizawa in Eden of the East, Hei/BK201 in Darker Than Black, Principal Ench in Shin Chan, Lavi & Millenium Earl in D. Gray-man, Train in Black Cat, Luck in Baccano!, Syaoran in Tsubasa & Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, Jeice in Dragon Ball Z Kai, Lucci in One Piece & Finnian in Black Butler. In the realm of gaming, he can be heard as Champa & Tapion in the DBZ game universe, Lo Wang in Shadow Warrior & Shadow Warrior 2, Mordecai in Borderlands 2 & The Pre-Sequel, Bane, Hawkman & Eclipso in DC Universe & Abel in Street Fighter IV & X Tekken, among others… Jason is also a long-time company member and collaborator with the Austin-based devised/experimental theatre company, the Rude Mechs, and has travelled extensively with their original productions. Highlights include the Lincoln Center commissioned piece, Stop Hitting Yourself, several collaborative development processes while in residence at Yale University (including The Method Gun and Now Now Oh Now), and most recently in Austin as the titular character in their profane adaptation, Fixing King John. Additionally, he has a number of on-camera credits in independent projects and network television, including supporting roles in Richard Linklater’s Waking Life, NBC’s Revolution and Chase, John Ridley’s American Crime, Rooster Teeth’s Day 5, AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead, as well as the lead role in the indie feature Rearview Cataclysm. A more complete list of credits can be found on IMDB & behindthevoiceactors.com. We have a Google Voice number where you can call and leave us your thoughts. If they are good, we will use them on the show. The number is (575) 323-1332. SUBSCRIBE to watch more videos like this one! LET'S CONNECT! -- Talk Nerdy to Me Facebook -- Zia Comics Facebook -- Zia Comics Twitter -- Zia Comics Instagram -- Talk Nerdy to Me website -- Zia Comics website -- Zia Comics Patreon LISTEN TO OUR PODCAST! - iTunes - Stitcher - Google Play #MyHeroAcademia #Dabi #JasonLiebrecht
#105 My awesome guest this week is filmmaker and director Mitch Schultz, the man behind the cult classic documentary: DMT; The Spirit Molecule. I remember watching this movie when it came out, and it literally blew my mind! And with the ten year anniversary coming up of the film, it was fantastic to have Mitch on the show. Naturally, we dive into this topic, and why Mitch made this film... but here are a few random facts about DMT: - DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine) is a hallucinogenic tryptamine drug that occurs naturally in many plants and animals. It is also referred to as the "spirit molecule" due to the intense psychedelic experience. - DMT has been used as a drug for thousands of years. - Use of the drug as part of shamanic ritual is common in South America. - Side effects include powerful hallucinations. - Due to the nature of the drug, DMT is known as the "spirit molecule." So strap in and enjoy this conversation with me and Mitch :) About Mitch Schultz: Mitch Schultz' curiosity of the unknown universe forged his path in storytelling. With over 20 years of creative experience as a transmedia producer, experience designer, and educator, Mitch's work explores the inherent connections among consciousness, nature, culture, and the evolving human mythology. In the early ‘90s, the confluence of art, information, and technology became the perfect storm for the germination of ideas that continue to inspire Mitch today. His academic research (‘95-‘03) at UT Austin and New York University focused on communication theory, information technology, and media production. During his education, Mitch mentored with Visionary Producer, Tommy Pallotta, on films (Waking Life), music videos (Destiny, In the Waiting Line), and interactive sci-fi mystery (Amnesia Moon). In 2003, Mitch launched Spectral Alchemy as a creative interface for his work and continued to develop his skills over the next decade- indie/studio development, broadcast, interactive design, and commercial production. In 2009, Mitch decided to focus exclusively on his personal creative vision. As a result, his first documentary, DMT: The Spirit Molecule, premiered two years later and became an instant cult classic. The DMTRMX project- an open source media library and emergent storyworld- became the inspiration for MYTHAPHI. Learn more about Mitch Schultz: mitchschultz.net www.thespiritmolecule.com www.aadii.org Learn more about Guy: www.guylawrence.com.au Let It In Academy: www.letitin.com.au
Academy Award nominated screenwriter, actor, and author, Kim Krizan, joined me this week to discuss how she came to work with director Richard Linklater on the critically acclaimed Before Sunrise film series, her lifelong study of femme fatales, and the pioneering work of author Anaïs Nin. "I write so the endangered thoughts roaming naked and vulnerable through the misty jungles of my mind aren't slain by the guns of practical living." – Kim Krizan Kim earned her Masters degree in English and Literature and while she was writing her thesis – titled "Anaïs Nin and The Psychology of Creativity" – she auditioned for a film part on a lark. As a result, she went on to act in some of acclaimed director Richard Linklater's best known films including Slacker, Dazed and Confused, and even played herself in Waking Life. After taking interest in her Masters thesis, Linklater and Krizan went on to co-write the lauded film Before Sunrise (1995), featuring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, and they collaborated on the entire award-winning trilogy. It's no surprise that her in-depth studies of the life of a visionary author also led to her latest book – Spy in the House of Anaïs Nin – "...a penetrating look at Nin’s incredible life and famous diary...Firmly placing Nin in her historical context as a feminist and visionary." *A note on the audio quality of this episode, Kim did join me via telephone for this interview.* Please help us learn more about you by completing this short 7-question survey This episode of The Writer Files is brought to you by the team at Author Accelerator. Author Accelerator book coaches give writers feedback, accountability, and support while you write, so you can get that your idea out of your head and onto the page. In Part One of this file Kim Krizan and I discussed: The effects her study of the experimental life of a literary pioneer had on her own path to creativity How her travels abroad influenced her screenwriting Why boredom is so important for writers How your observation of stranger's interactions is often interpreted into the language of storytelling And how to outsmart your own inner critic Show Notes: Author Accelerator How Oscar Nominated Screenwriter Kim Krizan Writes: Part Two Spy in the House of Anaïs Nin by Kim Krizan [Amazon] Kim Krizan's author page on Amazon The Wild, Impassioned World of Anaïs Nin’s Diaries - Kim Krizan for Literary Hub Kim Krizan on IMDB.com Kim Krizan on Facebook Kim Krizan on Instagram Kelton Reid on Twitter Please click the PayPal Donate button to support The Writer Files with a secure PayPal donation
Let's get into more thoughts on Hellier and talk about how dreaming effects our waking lives. It can be a much more profound effect than a lot of people realize. Thanks for listening and thanks to the patrons! You can be a patron here ---> https://www.patreon.com/ryansinger Reality Checks for lucid dreaming ---> https://howtolucid.com/reality-checks-lucid-dreaming/ Fixes to Lucid Dreaming Problems ----> https://howtolucid.com/side-effects-of-lucid-dreaming/ My website: https://www.ryansingercomedy.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/meandparanormalyou/message
In this voyage into the dreams and the subconscious mind we explore ideas in Freudian psychology, Hindu philosophy of Maya, Inception, Waking Life the movie, Australian Dreamtime, (mom diddling*) and more. Contact us at PHANTASMRADIO@GMAIL.COM Checkout the show notes and resources used: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gbq-rSzN6-NDrP2MO6L1Uasfp8scRM-y6jzy-c-c320/edit?usp=sharing *no moms were diddled in the making of this episode... Episode Photo by Judeus Samson on Unsplash
Guest, Lincoln Stoller illustrates how evolution continues as long as energy is available. Growth through birth, death, and development progresses in phases throughout your life as well as your business. Lincoln shares insights about becoming aware and developing a new kind of awareness in lucidity to expedite growth in your entrepreneur journey. Join us for an enlightening conversation! Lincoln Stoller, PhD, CHt (certified hypnotherapist) is a physicist, astronomer, statistician, neurologist, psychologist, entrepreneur, software architect, hypnotist, therapist, aviator, mountaineer, educator, and author. As the Owner Mind Strength Balance, Lincoln has experience in science, business, project management, teaching, biofeedback training, and hypnotherapy. Lincoln is interested in the mind and its connection to the physical and spiritual worlds. Working from physical, intellectual, and spiritual experience he offers a unique perspective that can help you live better in this world. Lincoln's website https://www.mindstrengthbalance.com/ Gift: Change Your Life Newsletter: https://www.mindstrengthbalance.com/subscribe_msb/ “Becoming Lucid” on Amazon https://amzn.to/2JnFOpo Host Bonnie Groessl, MSN, is a best-selling author, international podcast host and business consultant. Her clients learn how to share their message with people around the world by developing a robust online presence that can include podcasting, publishing, video and blogging. Bonnie and her husband, Mike Dauplaise, own and operate M&B Global Solutions, a company offering content marketing production and boutique publishing services that fit the needs of entrepreneurs and small businesses who want to accelerate their journey to success. Check out M&B Global Solutions for more information about content marketing. https://mandbglobalsolutions.com/ Connect with Bonnie at http://bonniegroessl.com/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CoachBonnieGroessl/ Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/EntrepreneurMastery/ Questions or comments about today's show? Schedule a chat with Bonnie at http://meetme.so/BonnieGroessl CLICK HERE to get your newsletter delivered directly to you with the podcast links, a message from me and access to over 60 gifts.
This week we get back to our roots - it's a solo episode! A duo episode? Well - we're guest-less. And we're talking about Richard Linklater's film Waking Life, a monumental film in animation. The first ever rotoscoped film! And, of course, we're talking Ethan Hawke. Hawke reprises his role as Jesse (from the Before series) for a brief scene in this dream of a movie.
#BeforeSunset #TheFilmScene #KimKrizan Kim Krizan’s career began with a close working relationship with acclaimed director Richard Linklater, having appeared in both Slacker and Waking Life. She is co writer on Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, for which was nominated for an Oscar. Starting in 2008, Krizan branched out into writing comic books and graphic novels. She wrote the "2061" comic series that was published in Zombie Tales #1, 9, and 11 by BOOM! Studios, with all three installments collected into a stand-alone graphic novel entitled Zombie Tales 2061 in mid-2009. Her most recent project is a biography on novelist and diarist Anais Nin. Nin spent her early years in Spain and Cuba, about sixteen years in Paris (1924–1940), and the remaining half of her life in the United States, where she became an established author, though she is most known for her turbulent relationships and candid, published diaries. Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “The Film Scene w/ Illeana Douglas”, a weekly, freewheeling discussion show where industry veteran Illeana Douglas interviews Hollywood's most important voices in TV and Film, discussing some of Cinema's most important films, scenes, and shots. Produced by Ryan Nilsen and co-hosted by Jeff Graham, this show is essential listening for serious and casual fans of film! #PopcornTalk Make sure to subscribe to Popcorn Talk! - http://youtube.com/popcorntalknetwork HELPFUL LINKS: Website - http://popcorntalk.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Merch - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/PopcornTalk/ ABOUT POPCORN TALK: Popcorn Talk Network is the online broadcast network with programming dedicated exclusively to movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. Popcorn Talk Network is comprised of the leading members and personalities of the film press and community including E!’s Maria Menounos. Current Roster or Shows: -Anatomy of a Movie -Box Office Breakdown -Meet the Movie Press -Guilty Movie Pleasures -Marvel Movie News -DC Movie News -Action Movie Anatomy -Watchalong Series! Make sure to subscribe to Popcorn Talk! - http://youtube.com/popcorntalknetwork HELPFUL LINKS: Website - http://popcorntalk.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Merch - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/PopcornTalk/ ABOUT POPCORN TALK: Popcorn Talk Network is the online broadcast network with programming dedicated exclusively to movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. Popcorn Talk Network is comprised of the leading members and personalities of the film press and community including E!’s Maria Menounos. Current Roster or Shows: -Anatomy of a Movie -Box Office Breakdown -Meet the Movie Press -Guilty Movie Pleasures -Marvel Movie News -DC Movie News -Action Movie Anatomy -Watchalong Series! Make sure to subscribe to Popcorn Talk! - http://youtube.com/popcorntalknetwork HELPFUL LINKS: Website - http://popcorntalk.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Merch - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/PopcornTalk/ ABOUT POPCORN TALK: Popcorn Talk Network is the online broadcast network with programming dedicated exclusively to movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. Popcorn Talk Network is comprised of the leading members and personalities of the film press and community including E!’s Maria Menounos. Current Roster or Shows: -Anatomy of a Movie -Box Office Breakdown -Meet the Movie Press -Guilty Movie Pleasures -Marvel Movie News -DC Movie News -Action Movie Anatomy -Watchalong Series!
HYSTO? #80! In this episode we get deep...well, deeper than usual, anyway. It's all about the existential Richard Linklater film Waking Life. Released in 2001, this imaginatively animated work is unlike any other movie you've ever seen (unless you count the other imaginatively animated work A Scanner Darkly that Linklater released in 2006). We also discuss what's entertaining us lately, and we have a blast ranking each other's last ten movie choices! We hope you join us, because we really want to know... Have You Seen This One? Timestamps: 1:00 What's New?, 13:40 Waking Life trailer, 14:45 Waking Life comments, 1:00:35 Contract Info, 1:01:15 Next Time
We've finished The Killing Moon by NK Jemisin (https://amzn.to/2L9Wdh0), and have a lot to say about it as usual! The book forced us to ask a lot of hard questions about the moral weight of actions of all of the main characters. We spend some time in a discussion on sympathetic villains and the importance of passing judgement on actions even while being sympathetic to motivations. We also discuss our own history with dreams, lucid dreaming, waking dreaming, and meditation. Also the moon! Related & discussed links (available at spectology.com if they don't show up in your podcatcher): * Waking Life by Richard Linklater * The Dreamblood Duology by NK Jemisin (both books in 1) * The Red Book by Carl Jung * Tinariwen, desert folk/blues music from Northern Africa * The Ego Tunnel by Thomas Metzinger * Perplexities of Consciousness by Eric Schwitzgebel ("do you dream in color" studies) * Mike Boyd (learning channel on youtube) --- We'd love to hear from you, either by chatting with us on twitter at @spectologypod, sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or submitting the episode to r/printSF on reddit. We'll reply, and shout you out in the next podcast when we talk about your comment. And if you like the episode, subscribe at spectology.com or whever you listen to podcasts, and share it with your friends! Many thanks to Dubby J and Noah Bradley for doing our music and art.
Dreams are a rich topic, endlessly fascinating. In this episode we continue our talk on dreams and the impact they have on our lives. Here's some of the things we discuss: How to remember our dreams. Have you ever had a shared remembered dream with another person? Are waking consciousness and dream consciousness truly two separate things? What happens if we blur those distinctions? Can we interpret our waking life symbolically the way we do our dreaming life? What are healing dreams? How a dream can powerfully change the way you feel in waking life. We also reveal some of the most meaningful, pivotal dreams of our lives. Movie mentioned: Richard Linklater's “Waking Life,” which asks the question, Are we sleep-walking through our waking state or wake-walking through our dreams?
Bob and Clint talk about the following: Billy Joel Bob’s favorite song to play The Money Onion (again) revisiting a past episode questioning reality and drug use Bob believes in God evolving into cyborgs Clint doesn’t understand farout jazz Bob Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Review Ginsberg and the Beat poets
Kasey Quaglia is the studio coordinator at Summit Studios, a hip performing arts center in Manchester, Connecticut. Kasey and I met in 2010 when I walked into Summit looking to offer children's magic instruction. Although we started as colleagues, Kasey quickly became one of my dearest friends. She was even a bridesmaid in my wedding just a few years ago. Kasey is one of the kindest, most generous people you'll ever meet. This episode covers the day-to-day responsibilities of a studio coordinator, how an art degree unexpectedly led to mastering human connection, and of course, Kasey's story of a chance encounter with lasting impact. Show Notes -Here is Seth Godin's life changing book Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? -Kasey recalled Richard Linklater's film Waking Life: "Hey, can we do that again? I know we haven't met but... I don't want to be an ant, you know?" Related Links Summit Studios Performing Arts Center
We welcome the booker of the techno and experimental floor of Freqs Of Nature, Naty also runs the Berlin based Atmophile Electronics imprint, a project focused on the atmospheric side of techno & was launched last year with a great compilation featuring artists such as Mike Parker, Matrixxman, Polar Inertia among others. The next release on the label is Naty Seres EP in collaboration with Bensen plus Matrixxman on remixing duties. She will soon have a new EP coming out soon. Naty also recently played at the Modular Synth Boiler Room at Funkhaus in Berlin, she is resident of Waking Life festival in Portugal.. https://soundcloud.com/naty-seres https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/natyseres https://www.facebook.com/SeresNaty/ twitter.com/slamdjs facebook.com/Slam.soma slam-djs.com Subscribe on Spotify: http://bit.ly/SlamRadioOnSpotify Subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/slam-radio/id584845850 Slam Radio is produced at http://www.glowcast.co.uk For syndication or radio queries, email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob and Jeremiah discuss Richard Linklater's 2001 animated film Waking Life and play The Almost Famous Game! twitter.com/realonreels facebook.com/realonreels email@example.com Intro/Outro music constructed from Creative Commons sounds by the following freesound.org users: -"Proyector16mm-2" by espectral -"Goofy Music" by FlatHill -"Cinemato" by jlozano -"3er Ding 01" by Raggaman --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realonreels/support
On this episode of Boss Barista, we present Filter Stories, a new coffee podcast focused on longform storytelling. In this episode, host James Harper interviews the folks involved with the Waking Life scandal in Asheville, North Carolina. Negging, red pill theories, and a story about community action are all in this episode. Check out Filter Stories on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or filterstories.org
With Trump's abominable immigration policies creating child prisons and extreme deportations, the question must be asked: what is truly fueling all this? It's not job loss. It's not crime. It's fear of demographic change. Teen, Oxford, and Mark trace the rather easily discoverable trail of this "America as white nation" ideology and give their takes on the American moral obligation to allow immigration. Intro/Outro Music: Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23 by Frederic Chopin Intro/Outro Voice Track: Rep. Steve King explains defense of "our civilization" tweet on Tucker Carlson Tonight TWITTER: Teen (@mont_jiang) Oxford (@oxford_kondo) Mark (@snbatman) HOW TO HELP: How to call Congress: https://www.ucsusa.org/action/phone-calls.html Immigration Law/Lawyer: https://www.nilc.org/get-involved/links/aro/natres/ Direct Protests: To fight back, a number of organizations including the National Domestic Workers Alliance, the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, the ACLU, the Women’s March, and MoveOn, among others — have organized a nationwide protest on Saturday, June 30. The main demonstration is scheduled to take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C. These have worked - https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ice-portland-protests-family-separation_us_5b2b645ae4b0321a01cde0d9 Where the children are being held: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/06/21/us/where-are-the-border-children.html REFERENCED RESOURCES: Chris Hayes's tweetstorm re demographic change: https://twitter.com/chrislhayes/status/1010275131632115714 Michele Bachmann on 1965 immigration reforms: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/michele-bachmanns-misplaced-immigration-nostalgia/2011/09/14/gIQABmMnVK_story.html?utm_term=.963207eeb558 Bad guy on TV is always the white guy: https://www.thedailybeast.com/why-do-white-people-feel-discriminated-against-i-asked-them The Flight 93 Election: https://www.claremont.org/crb/basicpage/the-flight-93-election/ Richard Spencer says immigration is the only important issue: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jul/31/american-renaissance-conference-white-identity Arizona lawmaker wants more white babies: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2018/06/14/arizona-rep-criticized-immigration/701678002/ Waking Life coffeehouse pick-up artist on Mexican immigration: https://www.thecut.com/2016/01/jared-rutledge-pickup-artist-c-v-r.html Viktor Orban on anti-LGBTQ and anti-reproductive rights: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/hungary-president-viktor-orban-anti-lgbt-hate-group-iof-homophobia-gay-europe-a7758166.html Anti-Semitism in Lithuania: https://www.vox.com/2016/9/19/12933072/far-right-white-riot-trump-brexit Asian immigration resentment in Vancouver: http://vancouversun.com/opinion/columnists/douglas-todd-most-dont-consider-immigration-cuts-to-be-racist-global-survey-finds
Meet Lynx Zohar. When 9 year old Lynx s mom took off to join the army, Lynx took off with her aunt s lawn furniture to go to a drive in movie and ended up 11 years later coming back to the very same moment to realize she was both her 9 year old self and her 20 year old self who by then was also making pens defy gravity and fly around the room. If that s confusing, Lynx will clarify the whole thing for you in this soaring and swooping conversation, unparalleled even for Happy Hour, and that is really saying something. Tiana Hux aka MC Sweet Tea aka Malevitus aka Mrs Dews is also a time traveler. Tiana was living in Austin when she had a vision of herself as a burlesque rapper and moved to New Orleans to make that happen. Tiana is also one of those down to earth super real people you can run into in New Orleans and know for 10 years before you discover they re a secret genius. In Tiana s case, her secret is that she released one of the best albums to ever come out of New Orleans but it got washed away by a hurricane, having been released just before the cataclysmic events of 2005. And if that s not enough, she s one of the creative forces that s a part of the movie Waking Life. One day on the beach in India, in 1971, John Flemming discovered he could make stuff out of leather. A few years later John found himself in New Orleans, making leather masks and that s what he s been doing ever since. For the last 30 years John has been working in leather, making extarordinary masks unlike anything anyone else is making anywhere in the world. Now, this is a pretty wild claim, given the city we re in and the show we ve been making for almost 8 years now, but these might really be the 3 most fascinating random New Orleanians to have ever sat down together in a bar. Photos at Wayfare by Jill Lafleur.
In episode 26 of SO DREAMY, Rachel & Hannah discuss the second half of the 2001 movie Waking Life, written and directed by Richard Linklater. They walk through this incredibly full movie scene-by-scene, providing commentary and analysis on what they think it all means. Definitely spoilers, so we suggest you watch it, plus listen to episode 25, before you listen to this! And don’t forget: haikus for reviews! Send your dreams & sleepwalking/talking stories to SoDreamySnack@gmail.com. Also connect with us on Twitter @SoDreamySnack and in the “So Dreamy” Facebook group.
In episode 25 of SO DREAMY, Rachel & Hannah discuss the first half of the 2001 movie Waking Life, written and directed by Richard Linklater. They walk through this incredibly full movie scene-by-scene, providing commentary and analysis on what they think it all means. Definitely spoilers, so watch it before you listen!!! ‘Waking Life’ discussion continues and concludes in episode 26. And don’t forget: haikus for reviews! Send your dreams & sleepwalking/talking stories to SoDreamySnack@gmail.com. Also connect with us on Twitter @SoDreamySnack and in the “So Dreamy” Facebook group.
On this late released episode, and our first for the month of February, we are diving into a new theme as we discuss surreal movies! In this episode we dive into the existential Richard Linklater film WAKING LIFE. Then we discuss Terry Gilliam's bizarre and wacky film BRAZIL. Please send any and all feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please check us out on Facebook / Youtube, and rate/review/subscribe on iTunes!
Richard Linklater is one of the most talented—and unpredictable—filmmakers working today. His new release, Last Flag Flying, is one of his best, but it bears little resemblance to Dazed and Confused, Before Sunset, Waking Life, or his epic Boyhood. What is crystal clear in his conversation with Leonard is that he loves movies and enjoys making them—small or large, mainstream or indie. And as you’ll hear, he also enjoys talking about movies.