Episode 73: RECAP - Hugo Moro Highlights, RIP EVH, Octopus Love, and What's Next

Bryan and Jason discuss highlights from Bryan’s interview with Seattle-based, Cuban-American artist Hugo Moro, mourn the loss of his guitar hero, Eddie Van Halen, review the documentary My Octopus Teacher (Bryan’s favorite documentary from 2020, now streaming on Netflix), and discuss next week’s interview with iconic rock photographer Neal Preston.

Episode 71: Surviving and Thriving as an Artist in America, with Hugo Moro

Seattle-based Cuban-American studio artist Hugo Moro draws from his childhood experiences in Cuba, his artistic awakening in New York City, and his work as a professor, graphic designer, and art director in Miami, to create unique, eclectic installations, as well as gallery pieces. At Project-106 in Pioneer Square, Hugo currently uses a wide range of […]

Episode 69: Filmmaker Andrew Cohn on Writing and Directing The Last Shift

Andrew Cohn is an Emmy-Award winning filmmaker, screenwriter, and founder of Seven34Films. His feature documentaries include Medora (executive-produced by Steve Buscemi and Stanley Tucci), and Warriors of Liberty City (executive-produced by Lebron James). His first narrative feature, The Last Shift, executive-produced by Alexander Payne and starring Richard Jenkins, Shane Paul McGuie, and Ed O’Neill, premiered […]

Episode 68: RECAP - Tommy Avallone Takeaways, R.I.P. RBG, Zombie Love, and What's Next

In Episode 68 Bryan and Jason discuss takeaways from the interview with film director Tommy Avallone, mourn the loss of legal giant Ruth Bader Ginsberg, talk about Bryan’s love for Zombie movies (including his recent favorite Train to Busan), and preview next week’s interview with director Andrew Cohn, whose film The Last Shift, starring Richard Jenkins, Shane […]

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