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mikeboas / Mike Boas

I’m an animator from Rochester, NY. I drive a plastic car. Here are some podcasts that interest me. Mainly about movies, books, technology, and science.

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  1. Longform Podcast #159: Ira Glass

    Ira Glass is the host and executive producer of This American Life.“You can only have so many questions about feelings, I think. At some point people are just like alright, enough with the feelings.”

    Thanks to MailChimp, EA SPORTS FIFA 16, Fracture, and FRONTLINE’s "My Brother’s Bomber for sponsoring this week’s episode.

    http://longform.org/posts/longform-podcast-159-ira-glass

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  2. Circulating Ideas Episode 76: Merlin Mann | Circulating Ideas

    Steve chats with Merlin Mann about his history with libraries, the importance of the library as a community space, why libraries aren’t dead, and checking in with the Library Elf. Merlin Mann is an independent writer, speaker, and broadcaster based in San Francisco. Merlin created 43 Folders, co-hosts Back to Work, Roderick on the Line, and Reconcilable Differences (and appears on…

    http://circulatingideas.com/2015/09/22/episode-76-merlin-mann/

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  3. Seth Godin Keynote

    From where?

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    Tagged with seth godin

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  4. Let’s Talk Native 10-18-15 part 2

    Let’s Talk Native with John Kane. With guest filmmaker Adrian Esposito.

    http://media.espn1520.com/a/110167472/let-s-talk-native-10-18-hr2.htm

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  5. Let’s Talk Native 10-18-15 part 1

    Let’s Talk Native with John Kane. With guest filmmaker Adrian Esposito.

    http://media.espn1520.com/a/110161015/let-s-talk-native-10-18-hr1.htm

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  6. Cinephobia: THE ULTIMATE HORROR CON

    http://www.cinephobia.xxx/the-ultimate-horror-con/

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  7. IFH 001: Actor Robert Forster

    http://www.indiefilmhustle.com/ifh-002-oscar-nominee-legendary-actor-robert-forster/

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  8. ‘Bleeps And Blops’ No More: Video Game Music’s Evolution

    The arcade sound that accompanied the earliest video games more than three decades ago is as antiquated as “Pac-Man.”

    While Atari, a video game pioneer, has released an updated version of its classic 1980s joystick, the soundtracks packaged with today’s hottest gaming products have no throwback quality to them at all. They are utterly contemporary.

    As “City Lights” contributor Scott Stewart explained, the music has evolved with the games themselves – getting more sophisticated in theme and in conveying a sense of drama that goes beyond the predominant action and adventure genres.

    The music has gone “from bleeps and bloops to full-blown cinematic soundtracks,” Stewart said, reflecting a video game industry that has presented lucrative new opportunities for composers.

    Stewart and “City Lights” producer Erin Wright discussed some of the most notable video game music, from “Pac-Man” and “Tetris” in the 1980s to the “Assassin’s Creed” series and “Angry Birds.”

    http://wabe.org/post/bleeps-and-blops-no-more-video-game-music-s-evolution

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  9. Blood, Guts And Film Festivals

    Since graduating from Georgia State’s film program in 2009, Mike Morgan has fallen into a world of horror. Independent horror film, that is.

    Morgan worked on the crew for James Sizemore’s "The Demon’s Rook." On crew, he was obliged to play some extra parts as well, which meant he had the privilege to die twice in this Southern, gothic tale of demons, blood and guts.

    Currently, Morgan is the assistant director for Tim Reis’ upcoming horror film "Bad Blood." This time around, instead of demons, the great beast of the film is a werefrog.

    Morgan is also the founder of the local Yallywood Film Festival, which had its inaugural festival last year.

    Listen Listening…5:13 "The Demon’s Rook" just came out on DVD through Tribeca and can also be found on all sorts of streaming platforms like iTunes and Amazon. "Bad Blood" is currently in post-production so that will be on the horizon soon.

    The Yallywood Film Festival will have programming year-round. In late March or early April, date yet to be determined, there will be a local music video festival. In July, there will be a summer shorts fest, featuring films all under three minutes. Updates for those events can be found here and here.

    "24 FPS (Frames Per Second)" is a weekly segment on "City Lights with Lois Reitzes," where we hear from local, independent filmmakers.

    In these segments, they tell us about being a filmmaker in Atlanta, their projects and the how-tos of film production.

    http://wabe.org/post/blood-guts-and-film-festivals

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  10. Atlanta Designer’s ‘Micro-mentaries’ Explore Creative Process

    This week, the design-focused people of the world descend upon Modern Atlanta’s Design Expo, architecture tour and talks.

    Kimberly Binns is one of those design people, but for her, design goes beyond just space and products.

    She has a degree in interior design, but she also makes short documentaries, which she calls “micro-mentaries.” It’s called the MAKER_ series, and she creates six-minute films that highlight the creative process of Atlanta artists or artisans.

    Binns has her own creative process. As a visual artist, she was a studio apprentice at Georgia’s Museum of Contemporary Art from 2013 to 2014. She is also the outreach coordinator for the art magazine nonprofit Burnaway and is a creative partner at the production and creative development firm Temporary Visionary.

    "24 FPS (Frames Per Second)" is a weekly segment on "City Lights with Lois Reitzes," where we hear from local, independent filmmakers.

    In these segments, they tell us about being a filmmaker in Atlanta, their projects and the how-tos of film production.

    http://wabe.org/post/atlanta-designer-s-micro-mentaries-explore-creative-process

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