Movies Made Me - Episode 40 - Brian Ging

Movies Made Me - Episode 40 - Brian Ging

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Publish Date : September 05 2016

Brian Ging, Assistant Editor on Disney XD's Kirby Buckets and Director/Writer/Producer of American Yearbook, joins us to talk about the movies that inspired him to pursue his career and become the man he is today.  Listen in, as we discuss digital watches and whips, creative money making, the greatest 10 in 5, and the voice of the creator. For our Los Angeles area listeners, don't forget to buy your tickets to attend the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, September 23-25, at the Sofitel Beverly Hills.  We'd love to have you visit us in the Podcast Lab to record a segment for the show!  We'll even have Movies Made Me stickers and buttons to give away!  Come to the festival, see some of the biggest names in podcasting as they record live shows, and spend some time getting to know us. As discussed in this episode, our fantastic new theme music is composed and performed by Jeremiah Jacobs of The Heartbreak Time Machine.  Please support Jeremiah by following The Heartbreak Time Machine on Facebook and Instagram.  Be sure to listen with Spotify, YouTube, or Sound Cloud.  And, please, purchase the Heartbreak Time Machine's albums and songs on iTunes, Google Play Music and Amazon! What did you think of this episode?  Did Brian choose any of your influential movies?  Let us know!  Visit our Contact Us page to send us your comments.  Or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  We'd love to hear from you! Help us reach new fans!  Just choose one of the following links and copy/paste it into a post on your social media to share Movies Made Me with your friends and followers: Our webpage: http://mmmpodcast.wordpress.com iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/movies-made-me/id983131607?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/movies-made-me?refid=stpr Google Play Music: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iczqyygccr42tyew3zvf7ugecvu?t%3DMovies_Made_Me iHeartRadio:  http://www.iheart.com/show/263-Movies-Made-Me/ Be sure you follow us on Facebook,  Twitter and Instagram for all the latest Movies Made Me information, DVR alerts, and unique content. Whether you subscribe to the show on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, or iHeartRadio, your ratings and reviews matter!  Provide us a rating and your comments about the show on any of those services and we'll be sure to give you a shout-out on an upcoming episode! Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 40: Brian Ging on IMDB The Heartbreak Time Machine  

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MOVIES MADE ME - Where reel life meets real life.

Movies Made me exists to encourage the collective sharing of our deep, individual experiences with film.  It's a place where, as a guest, you can feel secure in opening up, sharing real emotion and exposing your inner workings, as you tell us how movies have helped you, molded you, inspired you, made you unique.  It's a place where, as a listener, you can hear real people share real stories that connect with you, surprise you, amuse you, move you.  We celebrate film and we celebrate identity by bringing these powerful ideas together and offering a new, bold way of thinking about the intersection of culture and self.  We're not interested in movie reviews or news; we're interested in you.  We want to explore something deeper that hasn't been talked about much before.  The movie-going experience is ingrained in our culture and our lives.  Doesn't it make sense that the movies we see become ingrained in our sense of self?  That's what we're here to explore.

Join us as we discuss the movies that influence us and help us form our identities.  Virtually every one of us has had a film experience that altered us in some way, that gave us a passion, a fear, a way of looking at the world.  These are the movies we'll explore, as we talk about how they changed us and why.  We'll also delve into the broad spectrum of other influences that have turned us into the people we are today.

Your host:  Cheryl Jones

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