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Advice From Dad

Posted March 25, 2014 by | 1 Comment | ]

Live stories from Mike White, Ken Reid and Steven Yeun about getting advice (both good and bad) from their fathers.

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Jenni Rowell: Life, Interrupted

Posted March 19, 2014 by | 0 Comments | ]

Imagine waking up every morning and seeing a stranger in the mirror…

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SXSW Preview: A Movie for Radio Folks

Posted March 6, 2014 by | 1 Comment | ]

“Song from the Forest” is a documentary about what happens when you hear something on the radio one day, and allow it to completely and totally change the direction of your life. I can’t wait to see it this week at SXSW.

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Producers Notebook: Stephanie Guyer-Stevens on the Nomadic Life

Posted March 4, 2014 by | 0 Comments | ]
Putting the chains on at the pass. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Guyer-Stevens.

Independent producer Stephanie Guyer-Stevens talks about why she needed to tell the story of the nomadic yak herders of Tibet.

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Liz Fletcher: Little Orphan Edie, a Valentine’s Story

Posted February 27, 2014 by | 2 Comments | ]
Orphan Edie

A tale of true love spanning four decades, two countries, and classic racial divides…

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My Reality

Posted February 27, 2014 by | 0 Comments | ]
A contestant on the TV program Solitary, alone in her pod, talking to Val
Courtesy of Lincoln Hiatt

A reality television producer finds a line that she refuses to cross, while a man accidentally inflicts emotional scars on a first date.

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Finding community and beauty in the sport of flying roller pigeons

Posted February 27, 2014 by | 0 Comments | ]
Photo: Valerie Defert

Independent producer Jens Erik Gould discovers a Los Angeles community built around flying Birmingham roller pigeons.

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Cracking the Love Code

Posted February 14, 2014 by | 0 Comments | ]

Whenever Liza would get in a serious relationship with a man, she would introduce him to her mother. Liza’s mom Peggy, like many parents, would quickly offer unsolicited advice about whether the guy was a suitable match for her daughter. The frustrating thing for Liza was, her mother was almost always right. That’s because for 26 years Peggy had been a foreign service officer for …

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A Foot in the Door

Posted February 12, 2014 by | 0 Comments | ]
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Humiliation, fear, poverty, de-humanization, self-doubt and lies… welcome to show business.