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  1. Screen time #7: The Genre of “Looper” (with director Rian Johnson)

    September 28, 2012 at 1:30pm • 60 minutes • Wiki Entry • After Dark

    Moisés interviews Looper director Rian Johnson, gives his initial reactions to Cloud Atlas (from the directors of The Matrix trilogy), and covers the week’s home video releases, including Bond 50, David Fincher’s The Game, and The Dark Knight Returns Part 1. The spoiler-free Rian Johnson interview starts at around 24:30 in case you’d like to skip ahead. A spoiler-laden After Dark will be posted later this weekend with massive spoiler warnings.

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  2. Screen time #3: Rabbit Holes

    September 1, 2012 at 7:30pm • 44 minutes • Wiki Entry

    This week, Moisés shares some new movies to watch in limited release, remembers director Tony Scott (Man on Fire, Unstoppable), and interviews Richard Kind, one of the smartest and funniest actors out there. They discuss Richard’s beginnings in the business, "How to Be a Jewish Son", and the all-consuming nature of our movie & TV trivia obsessions.

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  3. Screen time #50: Turbo Time

    December 31, 2013 at 5:00pm • 1 hour 24 minutes • Wiki Entry

    Moisés talks about his younger brother’s autism and how it shaped their mutual media discovery throughout their childhood, including a very subjective love of an otherwise awful movie, Jingle All the Way.

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  4. Screen time #49: The Next Stage

    December 20, 2013 at 12:00pm • 1 hour 49 minutes • Wiki Entry

    Horace Dediu joins Moisés to discuss 4K, 8K, and the future of the displays we use to consume our content. Will presentation quality ever be "king" again, or is cheap, short, indexable content the new ideal?

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  5. Screen time #47: Romance of Paperwork

    December 12, 2013 at 2:00pm • 36 minutes • Wiki Entry

    New in-house engineer Zak Holder joins Moisés to discuss and recommend Coen Brothers movies that they feel are under-appreciated in the shadow of The Big Lebowski. Moisés then interviews Inside Llewyn Davis star Oscar Isaac, discussing (among other things) the difference in style between Ridley Scott, Steven Soderbergh, and the Coens.

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  6. Screen time #24: Queen of Gotham (with Andrea Romano)

    February 3, 2013 at 8:30pm • 1 hour 34 minutes • Wiki Entry

    Andrea Romano (Dark Knight Returns and Batman: The Animated Series) has directed Batman more often than all others combined. She returns to delve into her 20 years of masterful work sculpting performances in the Bat-universe.

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  7. Screen time #17: The New Radio Theatre (with Andrea Romano)

    December 13, 2012 at 2:45pm • 1 hour 57 minutes • Wiki Entry

    Moisés welcomes legendary voice director Andrea Romano to discuss her substantial body of work, including (but not limited to) her early days at Hanna-Barbera, Disney shows like Ducktales, and the amazing Batman: The Animated Series (along with the rest of the DC Animated Universe).

    They dig back into Andrea’s earliest creative influences, from favorite childhood cartoons to her start as an actress and subsequent move to Los Angeles. Stories include reuniting the original cast of The Jetsons over 20 years after the original show ended, the growth of her various "children" in voiceover, and the evolution of an art form that is now, more than ever, the new Radio Theatre.

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  8. Content talks #15: Seth Earley

    September 15, 2011 at 10:00pm • 59 minutes • Wiki Entry

    Seth dives into the importance of clear, usable taxonomy. (If you’re a newbie to structured content, this one’s a must-hear.)

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  9. Content talks #13: Joe Gollner

    August 23, 2011 at 10:00am • 54 minutes • Wiki Entry

    Having worked with content technologies for over twenty years, Joe knows a thing or two about the challenges enterprises face when it comes to content creation and management. He discusses IT today, the politics of content, and content as “potential information”.

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  10. Content talks #12: Ginny Redish

    August 16, 2011 at 11:00am • 54 minutes • Wiki Entry

    The esteemed author of Letting Go of the Words talks about content as conversation, her early role in defining website usability, and how she sees the future of content strategy evolving. (Note: Kristina is a huge fangirl, as Ginny’s work was instrumental in shaping her early career. Please excuse the fawning.)

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