Bringing It Home, interview with filmmaker Linda Booker

Still from Bringing It Home

Another film from the recently held SIFF 2014 was Bringing It Home.  We had filmmaker Linda Booker on to tell us all about it. About Bringing It Home: BRINGING IT HOME explores the question of why a crop with so many widespread benefits cannot be farmed in the United States by illustrating its history, current industries and talking to both […]

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VOICE2014, interview with organizers Penny Abshire & James Alburger

This was to be my second journey to VOICE (this year’s VOICE2014): The Voiceover International Creative Experience.  I was excited to reconnect with Penny and James, the founders and organizers of the event, and to have them tell my listeners all about the convention. About VOICE: Voiceover talent from around the world came to Anaheim, CA in August 2014 to […]

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Crazy4ComicCon, interview 2 with SDCC blogger Tony B Kim

If you go to SDCC yearly you are probably familiar with @crazy4comiccon on Twitter.  If not and you’re interested in going, you should definitely be looking for him.  This time around, we chatted with him about multi cultural comics and his tips for a successful Comic Con. About Tony: Growing up in Texas, I had always heard of the mythical […]

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Monster Elementary, interview with creator Nicholas Doan

A super cute comic book series I found at San Diego Comic Con was Monster Elementary.  Creator Nicholas Doan called to tell us about the characters and more. About Monster Elementary: These five monster kids are forced to attend a human public school after their monsters-only private school is raided by the FBI. To their surprise, they’re not allowed to eat […]

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You Kick Ass, interview with CEO Keri Andrews

Keri Andrews

Sometimes I search Kickstarter just to see what amazing ideas people are having. This is one I fell in love with right away!  This company uses a 3D printer to put your face on a superhero body as an action figure!  The CEO and co-creator Keri Andrews called to tell us all about it. About You Kick Ass: We’re a small company […]

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Singer/songwriter, interview with Natasha James

Natasha James in Concert

While I was out, Jason interviewed local singer/songwriter Natasha James about her music and local shows. About Natasha James: NATASHA JAMES is known for taking Roots music styles, turning them on their head, combining them, and coming out with tunes that are completely unique but totally familiar (Music Connection, Aug 2008) at the same time. To find her music and […]

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As High As the Sky, interview with actress Caroline Fogarty

As High As the Sky

One of my favorite pals from SIFF 2014 was actress Caroline Fogarty.  She brought a lot of energy to Sonoma and the festival.  She called to tell us all about where As High As the Sky was going next. About As High: After being jilted by her fiancé, Margaret manages her loneliness by obsessively-compulsively organizing her perfect home. When her […]

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Static People, interview with front woman Dmitra Smith

After a few weeks of remote locations while the new studio was under construction, local singer/musician/punk goddess, Dmitra Smith, came in to tell us all about the Kickstarter for Static People’s newest album. About Static People: Static People posits a parallel universe where punk and pop are conjoined twins then splits them with a buzzsaw guitar.  The result is an […]

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The Organic Life, interview with local documentarian Casey Beck

It’s always fun to have a local join us on the show.  Especially if their film is being screened at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  Casey Beck, talked to us about her feature documentary, The Organic Life. About the Organic Life: A year in the life of an hopeful organic farmer and his skeptical girlfriend reveals that a changing climate, […]

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Waking Marshall Walker, interview with filmmaker Georgio Litt

Waking Marshall Walker

Another short filmmaker using our area as an additional character was Georgio Litt.  He called to tell us all about Waking Marshall Walker, which was one of my favorite shorts of the Sonoma International Film Festival. About Waking Marshall Walker: A short film about a father in mourning, trapped between worlds – the past, the present, this life and the […]

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