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This special Opening Day edition of the Changing Directions podcast series is award winning filmmaker Ema Ryan Yamazaki, director of Koshien: Japan's Field of Dreams, a documentary about the high school baseball tournament in Japan that has created countless superstars and is basically the March Madness Japanese sports. Changing Directions is a podcast interview series focused on diverse and emerging filmmakers who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for women and minorities while creating amazing films.
Director Sabrina Doyle joins the Changing Directions podcast series to talk about her debut film, Lorelei. Lorelei is one of those movies that sneaks up on you with emotionally powerful performances and a relatable story that steers far away from any type of Hollywood story telling or fairy tale endings. Changing Directions is a podcast interview series focused on diverse and emerging filmmakers who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for women and minorities while creating amazing films.
Director Mallorie Ortega joins the Changing Directions podcast series to talk about her debut film, The Girl Who Left Home. The Girl Who Left Home combines all the right ingredients for a heartfelt musical dramedy that showcases Filipino family, food, and culture. Changing Directions is a podcast interview series focused on diverse and emerging filmmakers who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for women and minorities while creating amazing films.
Director Larissa Lam and Producer Baldwin Chiu join the Changing Directions podcast series to talk about their documentary, Far East Deep South. The documentary is heart wrenching because of the generations of history the Chiu family has lost and it is also filled with hope because of how much of that history has been recovered for future generations to learn from and appreciate. Changing Directions is a podcast interview series focused on diverse and emerging filmmakers who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for women and people of color while creating amazing films.
Director Chelsea Christer joins the Changing Directions podcast series to talk about her documentary, Bleeding Audio. Bleeding Audio is an inspiring documentary and an intriguing look into the realities of being in a band, dealing with the music business, and learning some valuable life lessons along the way. Changing Directions is a podcast interview series focused on diverse and emerging filmmakers who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for women and minorities while creating amazing films.
Director, actor, and 4th grade spelling bee champion Sujata Day joins the Changing Directions podcast series to talk about her new film, Definition Please. Definition Please spells out the ups and downs of a dysfunctional American Indian family in a very lighthearted yet meaningful way. Changing Directions is a podcast interview series focused on diverse and emerging filmmakers who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for women and minorities while creating amazing films.
Van Ditthavong is a director, a teacher, a producer, a business man, and just about any other title you can think of for someone who is all about their business. Born in Laos and raised in the US, Van has built an impressive resume even before releasing All Roads to Pearla, his first narrative feature film and I see nothing but success in his future. The New Directions In Film podcast series features interviews with directors about their latest projects and also about how both the pandemic and the recent protests have changed what it means to make movies.
In 2018, So Yun Um hit the festival circuit with her autobiographical short documentary film Liquor Store Babies including a stop at the 2019 Seattle Asian American Film Festival and is currently working on the full feature version which is scheduled for release in 2021. So also has a strong social media presence especially when it comes to talking about movies, supporting her Korean American community in Los Angeles, and also expressing her love of all things K-Pop related. The New Directions In Film podcast series features interviews with directors about their latest projects and also about how both the pandemic and the recent protests have changed what it means to make movies.
Nick Naveda's debut feature film Say You Will was a favorite of mine from the 2017 Seattle International Film Festival. As a matter of fact, I liked it so much I took advantage of an opportunity to sit down with him and two of the producers to discuss the film and then this year asked him to be on my podcast to discuss the new film Words on Bathroom Walls which he wrote the screenplay for.  The New Directions In Film podcast series features interviews with directors about their latest projects and also about how both the pandemic and the recent protests have changed what it means to make movies.
After watching Yellow Rose during the 2019 Hawaii International Film Festival, I have been wanting to speak with Diane Paragas about this wonderful film so I was super excited when she agreed to be a part of this interview series. This Texas raised, Filipino-American filmmaker was recently selected for Goldhouse’s A100 list of Most Impactful Asians of 2020 and Yellow Rose will be in theaters around the country premiering on October 9th. The New Directions In Film podcast series features interviews with directors about their latest projects and also about how both the pandemic and the recent protests have changed what it means to make movies.
Bao Tran, a Vietnamese American filmmaker, recently world premiered his debut feature film The Paper Tigers at the 2020 Fantasia International Film Festival. This up and coming filmmaker, who was born right here in Olympia WA, seems to have a bright future ahead of him thanks to his experience in the industry and the early success of this film. The New Directions In Film podcast series features interviews with directors about their latest projects and also about how both the pandemic and the recent protests have changed what it means to make movies.
Director of the celebrated and award winning movie Lingua Franca, Isabel Sandoval is breaking barriers left and right both as a director and as a trans woman from the Philippines. The movie can currently be seen on Netflix thanks to Array, Ava DuVernay's film distribution and resource collective. The New Directions In Film podcast series features interviews with directors about their latest projects and also about how both the pandemic and the recent protests have changed what it means to make movies.
TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry. AnnaLynne McCord is an American actress, writer, director and producer. She is a model, a TEDx speaker, an advocate, and an activist. My conversation with AnnaLynne goes deep into her own personal journeys with diversity in film, mental health, and sexual assault and how those experiences have had an impact on her life and career. It was amazing and emotional to listen as she talked about how who she was as a person and what she was going through in life had a major impact and influence on the characters she created for films like Excision and A Soldier's Revenge. AnnaLynne also discusses her involvement in the global fight against human trafficking as a co-founder of Together1heart with Somaly Mam as well as the upcoming virtual relaunch of The Love Storm. Human trafficking is a cause I feel very strongly about having participated in fund raising efforts a few years ago so having an opportunity to speak with AnnaLynne about that and about diversity in film was an opportunity I am very thankful to have had. Overall, this was such an honest and intimate conversation about some very important topics and also a perfect way to wrap up this interview series. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.
TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry. Erynne Hundley is a Seattle based lifestyle blogger, a film critic, a podcaster, a world traveler, and a maker of delicious things. You can find Erynne on her website EssentiallyErynne.com and as a contributor to the Feelin' Film's Black Label podcast. You might also be interested to know that Erynne was on American Idol for two consecutive years making it to the infamous Hollywood round both times. As a long time fan of the show, I had to ask about the experience and she was kind enough to indulge me in some of those memories. At least as much as she is legally allowed to discuss. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.
TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry. Tim Hall aka The People's Critic has been a long standing member of the Seattle film community and is one of the first people that I got to know as I stepped into that world. Tim's expertise in film points to genres like science fiction, horror, fantasy, and just about anything that was ever popular during the VHS era of the 1980's to the point where he has become an integral part of the ongoing Made in the 80's Podcast. Aside from his podcast work, Tim has his own website and also maintains his Seattle P.I. blog page. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.
TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry. Amie Simon and I have been crossing paths in the Seattle film scene for several years especially during the Seattle International Film Festival as well as working together through Smarthouse Creative, the PR firm she currently works for. Amie is also a contributor for Three Imaginary Girls and I Love Splatter and her extensive knowledge of the film industry made for some great conversation as we were able to cover a wide variety of topics. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.
TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry. Whether or not you have heard of Don Hahn may depend on your level of Disney fandom. This prolific and award winning producer has been responsible for so many classic films in the Disney catalog including The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Maleficent, and several of the Disney Nature documentary features. One of Don's most recent efforts is a documentary about the life of songwriter Howard Ashman which will be debuting on Disney+ some time in the near future. Don and I spoke at length covering a wide range of topics including how opportunities for women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community have changed in Hollywood over the last 30 years. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.
TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry. Isabella L Price is a podcast host, an event host, a film maker, a film critic, and a friend who always challenges me to think and brings a thoughtful perspective to the world of cinema. This interview was the first that I recorded for this podcast series and it was prior to the 2020 Oscars presentation so some of the discussion references things prior to the event. With that in mind, make sure to pay attention to what Isabella says about Parasite. Visit Isabella on her official website isabellalprice.com. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.
TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry. LEX the Lexicon Artist makes cerebral pop rap. She is also a lot of fun to talk to and we had a great time discussing her music, being a female Asian American rap artist, and her unique take on Diversity in Film. LEX has even provided her song Party Hop as the official soundtrack for this podcast series. You can find all of her music on her official website and Bandcamp page as well as exclusive content on Patreon. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.
TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry.  This is a special bonus episode featuring the film makers behind the creation of Thousand Pieces of Gold, a groundbreaking film from 1991 that has recently been restored and re-released. On hand for the conversation are director Nancy Kelly, editor and producer Kenji Yamamoto, and the star of the movie, Rosalind Chao.  Please visit the Kino Lorber Virtual Screening Room to see how you can watch the newly restored movie and also check out the TwoOhSix.com review. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.
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