EP111 w/ James Lopez - Hullabaloo

September 23rd, 2014

This week it's another round of conversation about the art of traditional 2D animation.  Our guest this week is yet another ex-Disney animator, James Lopez who worked on several projects at Disney including The Lion King, Princess and the Frog, Hercules and Emperor's New Groove.

But we are not just chewing the fat about his career in animation, James is taking the time to talk to us about his upcoming project that is currently on IndieGoGo "Hullabaloo".
Hullabaloo is a series of animated shorts that combine two things James adores, Steam Punk and Animation.
Find it here:  www.indiegogo.com/projects/hullabaloo-steampunk-animated-film#home
And PLEASE! Help us out by contributing to our Patreon to help with equipment:  http://www.patreon.com/user?u=210880  

Ep110 w/ Nik Ranieri (Animator)

September 15th, 2014

This week we chat it up with former Disney animator Nik Ranieri. You will know Nik's work in films such as Beauty And The Beast, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, The Lion King, Tangled, The Rescuers Down Under, Bolt and on and on.

But did you know he's a good ol' Canadian boy who got his start right here in Ottawa working on The Raccoons and then moving on to do some really famous commercials. 
It was a delight having him on!     

Ep109 w/ Composers Matt Hutchinson and & Joey Newman

September 8th, 2014

This week we talk with composers Matt Hutchinson and Joey Newman about composing for TV, for reality TV as well as co-composing on projects.

We discuss the benefits and challenges faced when sharing the composing role. We also discuss their musical upbringings and instruments of choice. 
Joey's credits include:
ABC's The Middle, NBC's new series Mysteries of Laura, Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge and films such as Any Day Now.
Matt's credits include:
Little People Big World, The film Transit and the two of them co-composed on the action style comedy Tainted Love.

Ep108 w/ Korrina Sehringer

September 3rd, 2014
This week we are talking with the Director of Shouting Secrets, Korrina Sehringer.
We really enjoyed this chat about her early years, creating a film about another culture that breaks stereotypes and much more.
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