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Festivals 101 is a podcast all about --you guessed it-- festivals! In each episode, Liz takes a look at a different local festival and digs a little deeper into what exactly they do. Why are they here? What are their goals? And most importantly, how are they impacting the lives of their patrons, year after year? Every festival has a story behind it, whether it be about creating a space for BIPOC artists to share their work or recognizing the importance of providing accessible theatre to the ...
 
This is a Podcast by Fusion International Film Festivals Co- directors Steve Grossmith and Dan Hickford. We would love to hear from you, please drop us an audio message either about the films Steve and Dan have spoken about over the last month or one you might have chose in its place, we will build a special podcast around you the listeners or respective filmmakers. If you just want to get in touch to say hello, we would love to hear from you too, we are missing you guys during this strange ...
 
My fab 4! I'm talking about farmers market, festivals, fairs and flea markets. This is my idea of a good day: Being outside and trying new things. Each episode I will talk about current and upcoming fab 4's! Come along for the ride with me and my family. Follow me on Instagram for pictures: shantehassel.alicestable
 
A foray into the world of festivals with music man and festival guru Rob da Bank, exploring the underbelly and secrets of how the world's best festivals run. One week he may chat to a megastar headliner, then someone behind the scenes spilling the beans on what it takes to run a festival and other weeks may be a run down on 2019 festival line-ups with inside gossip and facts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Green Festival TV presents an ongoing series of keynote speeches given at the worlds largest sustainability event, the Green Festival. Speakers at the Green Festival are articulate, powerful advocates for a just and sustainable planet. From authors and filmmakers to politicians, musicians and scientists, these renowned individuals inspire packed audiences with their expertise—one of the most compelling draws to Green Festival since 2002. Green Festival is a joint project of Global Exchange a ...
 
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Green Festival Radio presents an ongoing series of keynote speeches given at the worlds largest sustainability event, the Green Festival. Speakers at Green Festival are articulate, powerful advocates for a just and sustainable planet. From authors and filmmakers to politicians, musicians and scientists, these renowned individuals inspire packed audiences with their expertise—one of the most compelling draws to Green Festival since 2002. Green Festival is a joint project of Global Exchange an ...
 
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Podcast Festivals is a series of online conferences started during COVID by Sam Sethi, Andrew Grill and Minter Dial. Our inaugural festival was held on 28th May, called ‘The Future of Podcasting’ and our second Podcast Festival called “Voices of the World” was held on 15th July. Over 600+ people have so far attended both our festivals. Some of the amazing podcasters spoke at our festivals including Kara Swisher the New York Times journalist and award-winning podcaster on Pivot, Jason Phipps ...
 
The Feasts of ADONAI are dress rehearsals of Messianic Redemption. Our LORD Yeshua has literally and prophetically fulfilled the first four of the seven feasts mentioned in Leviticus 23; it is my belief that the Torah teaches that he will, likewise, literally and prophetically fulfill the final three at his soon to be second arrival. As the children of Avraham willingly and faithfully lived out HaShem’s yearly cycle of “mo-eydeem,” the Spirit of the Holy One graciously opened their hearts to ...
 
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Today, we talk about how we've made group ritual work, including some tips about both online rituals and in-person rituals. We've had a lot of different strategies over the past 20 years here in Three Cranes Grove, ADF, and exploring what worked and what didn't as we've been planning, and what to do when things go wrong (on either a large scale, or…
 
This week on On Story we’re joined by The Sopranos creator David Chase for a conversation on writing a hit television show. David Chase is a screenwriter, showrunner, director, and producer, best known for writing and producing the HBO drama The Sopranos. Chase has also produced and written for such shows as The Rockford Files, I'll Fly Away, and N…
 
CW: This episode discusses pet loss and grief surrounding it. One of the strange things about owning pets is that they become an integral part of our lives, our practice, and the spaces we inhabit. And, with limited exceptions, we may be with them for their entire lives, but they are only with us for a part of ours. Both Rev. Avende and Rev. Dangle…
 
This week on On Story we’ll join Breaking Bad creator & showrunner Vince Gilligan for a retrospective look at the 1971 cult-classic The French Connection. Based on a true story, William Friedkin's 1971 hit The French Connection, gave audiences its first taste at what a truly realistic cop film could be. Starring Gene Hackman as detective Jimmy "Pop…
 
Today we're chatting about our portable altars, and what we take with us when we head out on the road (or even when we're just out and about close to home). We discuss the physical things and the spiritual things we bring with us, how we use them, and how they help us. As the conversation evolves, we begin to speak about our prayer lives as well, a…
 
Today, we're taking a look at the (most intentionally) silly rituals we've done. We cover a lot of ground, and there are a lot of links worth looking at here to give you an idea of what we're talking about, so here's our list of resources for this episode (mostly) in order of appearance/mention in the episode. The Jimmy Buffett Ritual: Text "Beach …
 
We've eased back into the festival season by attending the Harvest Nights Gathering in late 2021, and it's worth talking about how good it feels to be back with our fellow Druids in the woods. A small festival has a lot of flexibility, and we were able to get back into the work in a joyful way. Over the last two years, we've done a lot of festivals…
 
We're back, and we think the festival season is too! Our first episode was recorded at the end of last year's (super short) festival season, on our way out to Harvest Nights in October... so when we talk about the fall color, this is why. Trillium didn't end up happening this year (it's usually where we start our season), but we're starting our sea…
 
This week on On Story we’ll hear from screenwriter Craig Borten on writing the 2013 film Dallas Buyers Club which starred Matthew McConaughey. Borten is best known for his Oscar-nominated script for the 2013 film Dallas Buyers Club. After hearing about Ron Woodroof, the original founder of the "Dallas Buyers Club" for the distribution of unapproved…
 
This week on On Story we’ll hear from screenwriter April Shih who has worked on shows like Dave, You’re The Worst, and This is America and Tripper Clancy who wrote the script for 2019’s Stuber, and has worked on Netflix’s I Am Not Okay With This. April Shih is a screenwriter and producer, known for You're the Worst, Mrs. America,starring Cate Blanc…
 
This week on On Story we’re taking a look back at the 1972 cult classic, Greaser’s Palace with Legendary filmmakers Paul Thomas Anderson & Jonathan Demme. In 1972, following a succession of truly unruly underground films, including 1968’s Putney Swope, Robert Downey Sr. gave the world a new take on the holy story of Jesus Christ in the form of the …
 
This week on On Story we’ll join queens of comedy Katie Dippold, Liz Meriwether, & Paula Pell for a conversation all about writing for laughs. Actress, comedian, and screenwriter, Katie Dippold, wrote for NBC’s hit comedy series Park and Recreation as well as the comedy films, The Heat, starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, and the 2016 Gho…
 
What does the Australian country town of Gundagai make you think of? The statue of the "dog on the tuckerbox"? The old folksong, Along the road to Gundagai? Or do you think of the great flood of 1852 – the deadliest in our history - and the remarkable heroism of two Aboriginal men who saved over 60 people, using their bark canoes. Writer, Anita Hei…
 
What it is like to be a feminist in the public eye? A discussion from the 2021 Sydney Writers Festival with Laurie Penny author of Bitch Doctrine: Essays for Dissenting Adults addresses, Journalist Virginia Trioli, who has published a revised version of her book Generation F: Why We Still Struggle With Sex and Power, and the host is author and femi…
 
Opinions trump facts and truth is no longer absolute. Science is under attack in a world where misinformation thrives, fake news can go viral and conspiracy theories are more popular than ever. How have we arrived at this place of mistrust and what can we do to stand up for science? Why should we trust scientists? Or perhaps more tellingly, what do…
 
From the 2021 Sydney Writers Festival Annabel Crabbe in conversation with Rachel Cusk - the author of the Outline trilogy (Outline, Transit, Kudos); the essay collection Coventry; the memoirs A Life’s Work, The Last Supper and Aftermath; and several other works.
 
A conversation with the renowned author Ruth Ozeki, speaking to Kate Evans. We hear about some of the characters that inhabit The Book of Form & Emptiness. About the integral role of objects in Ozeki’s latest novel, and the books within books. This talk was for the Wheeler Centres series Postcards from Abroad in 2021.…
 
Uluru is a spiritual place for indigenous people and it looms large in the national imagination. Historian Mark McKenna uncovered a hidden truth about an infamous frontier killing at Uluru in the 1930’s. Indigenous campaigner, Thomas Mayor, believes the “Statement from the Heart” could only have come from Uluru. Paul Barclay speaks to Mark and Thom…
 
Brit Bennett recently joined Claire Nichols in front of live audience at His Majesty's Theatre as part of the Perth Festival of Literature and Ideas.Together they discussed latest book The Vanishing Half, the complexities of race relations in America, her writing process and making the cover of Time Magazine.…
 
Hi podcast listeners, I’m Barbara Morgan and you’re listening to Austin Film Festival’s On Story. This week on On Story we’re joined by screenwriting duo Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis discussing their journey writing films such as Five Feet Below, and the recent Netflix adaptation of the J.A. White fantasy-horror novel, Nightbooks. Mikki Daught…
 
It’s difficult to initiate social change - not only to make people understand that change is needed, but to get them to alter their behaviour and maybe even to get them to give up some things. Two young activists discuss strategies of how to motivate crowds and the power of taking action.
 
Presented by the Wheeler Centre, the Byron Writers Festival and the Newcastle Writers Festival — author Jonathan Franzen, with Sarah Kanowski, about his latest book Crossroads, his approach to religion, and how he's now being kinder to his characters.
 
From the 2021 Sydney Writers Festival Paul Kelly in conversation with journalist and presenter Stan Grant. A memorable discussion about the role of literature and poetry in both their lives and the power of a story sung well.
 
Filmmakers Leah Purcell (The Drover's Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson), Tony Ayres (Barracuda, The Slap, Seven Shades of Ambiguity) and Sarah Lambert (The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart) talk to Benjamin Law (co-host, Stop Everything!) about the joys and perils of adapting books for screen.
 
Hello podcast listeners, I’m Barbara Morgan and you’re listening to Austin Film Festival’s On Story. This week on On Story we’re joined by The Terror writer, Dave Kajganich discussing the elements of scare. Kajganich is a screenwriter and producer. He has written several films in the horror genre, including 2009’s Blood Creek and the AMC network te…
 
A session from the 2021 Sydney Writers Festival in which we are doing the sort of traveling that we have all became familiar with during the pandemic – the journey of the imagination that books give us — transporting us in time and place.Guests: Tegan Bennett Daylight, Richard Fidler, Heather Rose and Maxine Beneba Clarke in conversation with RN's …
 
Following the first light to the dawn of the cosmos. New technology allows us to glimpse more of the earliest beginnings of the universe and with that it helps us to predict the future. Join a constellation of astrophysicists as they explore what the first stars looked like, the nature of dark energy and how the acceleration of the universe might e…
 
Two times booker Prize winning author Peter Carey is beaming in from his home in New York City, speaking about his life and in particular his award-winning book True History of the Kelly Gang. And he's in conversation with author Sarah Krasnostein at the 2021 Sydney Writers Festival.
 
Andrew Ford, host of The Music Show, speaks to Andrew O'Hagan (Mayflies) and David Mitchell (Utopia Avenue) about music in their stories, how shared lyrics make friendships, and all the emotions that music, and great writing, allow us to feel.
 
A 2021 Sydney Writers Festival session with a great panel of Australia’s leading crime writers. This discussion reveals how fiction can sometimes get you closer to the truth and asks ‘why do we take such delight in reading about crime?Guests: Sulari Gentill author of the Roland Sinclair mysteries.Chris Hammer author of Scrublands.Candice Fox, known…
 
Hi podcast listeners, I’m Barbara Morgan and you’re listening to Austin Film Festival’s On Story. This week on On Story the writers behind I AM LEGEND, TRUE BLOOD & THE WALKING DEAD discuss bringing the undead to life on screen. Mark Protosevich is a screenwriter known for his work on the films Poseidon, Thor, Oldboy and most relevant to today’s ep…
 
It’s difficult to initiate social change - not only to make people understand that change is needed, but to get them to alter their behaviour and maybe even to get them to give up some things. Two young activists discuss strategies of how to motivate crowds and the power of taking action.
 
Richard Flannagan is best known for his catalogue of popular novels, but this year he published Toxic - which examines the salmon farming industry in Tasmania.The book makes some disturbing accusations, but the industry has responded that the book includes selective claims, some of them wrong and many made without sufficient context. Guests: Richar…
 
Hello podcast listeners, I’m Barbara Morgan and you’re listening to Austin Film Festival’s On Story. This week on On Story, horror writers Akela Cooper and Owen Egerton discuss their love for the genre, setups and payoffs, emotional scares, and inspirational moments from classic horror films. Akela Cooper is a television writer and producer whose w…
 
How is a magical working like a baking show? Our Star Magicians delve into the questions around "follow the recipe" magic, and how they substitute ingredients and work in old spells. We cover simple rules on how to identify ways to substitute for hard-to-find (or impossible-to-find) magical components. Find us on Facebook, check us out at threecran…
 
We take an autumn detour to the Brushwood Folklore Center, a spur-of-the-moment change in plans that brought back memories and reminded us that yeah, sometimes we give ourselves good advice. We'll describe a lot of the space, but sometimes it helps to see pictures. Check out images of the icons in the space, the Taranis Altar, and the Blue Boat Shr…
 
Simon Salca Welcome to Fusion International Film Festivals - The Podcast Interviewer: Steve Grossmith (Festival Director) Guests: Mihai Mihaescu & Simon Salca Your Mother Doesn't Have to Know This Ana Ionescu, a company employee, receives a call while jogging in the park, announcing her to come to the hospital to get her mother`s amputated leg. Sma…
 
Welcome to Fusion International Film Festivals - The Podcast Interviewer: Steve Grossmith (Festival Director) Guests: Janin Stenzel & Lena Stamm Easy Said up High EASY SAID UP HIGH was shot in London, Paris and Rio de Janeiro in isolation during quarantine. This is a heartwarming, uplifting dramedy that was filmed individually in isolation respecti…
 
Welcome to Fusion International Film Festivals - The Podcast Interviewer: Steve Grossmith (Festival Director) Guest: Katrina Mathers Ellery Ryan Tatiana Doroshenko Amissa Anima Four boys survive on the night streets of St Kilda in the 1980s, turning tricks for a feed and drugs. The fragile balance is broken when an act of betrayal pushes them to pe…
 
This week, we chat about a commonly-requested topic: how we live our lives as Pagans, and what the lifestyle looks like to us. Part of that is just how we live our lives, and the decisions that we make that seem quite mundane: how we speak to and rear our children, how we interact with the world around us, and even how we travel. We talk about our …
 
Welcome to Fusion International Film Festivals - The Podcast Interviewer: Steve Grossmith (Festival Director) Guest: Laurent Canches 3:33am Port des Yachts street The night of the 27th to the 28th february 2010, I lived the Xynthia tempset in a small village la Faute-sur-mer, of South Vendée, in France. 900 inhabitats. During this night, Christine …
 
This week on On Story we’ll join veteran screenwriters Shane Black and Ric Roman Waugh as they discuss what it takes to write and direct a big-budget blockbuster. Considered one of the pioneer screenwriters of the action genre, Shane Black made his mark with his 1987 screenplay, Lethal Weapon. Black went on to pen the screenplays for such films as …
 
Welcome to Fusion International Film Festivals - The Podcast Interviewer: Steve Grossmith (Festival Director) Guest: Stephen Keep Mills/Tonya Cornelisse/Karen Glienke/Steven Fadellin/Michael Philpot/Louise Martin Love Is Not Love Early December, New York City, and everyone is on the hunt for love. Why? Because they haven’t found it and because they…
 
Welcome to Fusion International Film Festivals - The Podcast Interviewer: Steve Grossmith (Festival Director) Guest: Rishi Gandhi Mater Mortis Mater Mortis is a short narrative film that asks what the limits of family bonds are under the weight of illness. Rajan must care for his mother, now afflicted with a condition that makes her the living dead…
 
This week on On Story we’re diving behind the pages of the 1999 classic horror film The Blair Witch Project with screenwriter Daniel Myrick & his wife and research partner Julia Myrick. Daniel Myrick is a director and screenwriter, most known for co-directing and writing the 1999 psychological horror The Blair Witch Project with Eduardo Sánchez. Co…
 
We're back on the road, going to a festival, meaning that your friendly, chatty Druids are back in the full swing of the work. We recorded enough episodes to finish out the rest of the season on our way to Harvest Nights, and to provide a head start into next season as well, so get ready for regular episodes to return starting this week until the b…
 
Welcome to Fusion International Film Festivals - The Podcast Interviewer: Steve Grossmith (Festival Director) Guest: Nikita Hattangady Falafel Two young professionals having an awful morning suddenly meet at a cafe in London. A day that starts out terrible doesn't have to end that way. The Internationally award-winning film plays like a mini-featur…
 
"Welcome to Fusion International Film Festivals - The Podcast Interviewer: Steve Grossmith (Festival Director) Guests: Kyle Couch Lulu Dahl Tim Kaiser The Tent An apocalyptic event known as the Crisis has devastated David's world leaving him to rely on survival tactics learned from childhood. Isolated and alone, David has taken refuge in a tent on …
 
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