Have you ever wanted to pursue a passion your whole life that’s well outside your comfort zone…but felt like you missed your opportunity and now you’re “too old?”
For many, this pandemic has been paralyzing. For others, a motivating call to action. 3 amazing guests share how they’ve overcome obstacles…
You can’t survive 50 years in post-production working on some of the biggest films of all time without knowing how to take care of yourself. This is episode is a MUST LISTEN for anyone hoping to have a long-lasting and successful career as an editor.
If we don’t collectively start saying “no” to the rapid deevolution of our well-being as creatives, we’re careening towards a race to the bottom.
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to not only survive but thrive while working on Hollywood blockbusters like The Avengers series, then this conversation with Jeffery Ford, ACE is going to give you the inside look you’ve been waiting for.
If you’re a content creator or someone who works in the entertainment industry and you’ve never heard of Evercast, you need to because this technology has the potential to change the way you work and live in our post-pandemic reality.
Today’s guest, James Wilcox is here to debunk that myth that success is about waiting for opportunity to be bestowed upon you. And how to prepare…
Today I talk with 3 rising stars: Mirra Watkins, Ariel Brown, & Isaiah Cary about breaking into the film industry as people of color.
“It’s important not only to empower ourselves, but to empower each other. We are 200% stronger together than we are as an individual in our common endeavors.”
I believe not only CAN we find a solution to make 45 hours the new standard week in Hollywood, but we MUST find a solution because of Covid-19.
Editor’s Guild National Executive Director Cathy Repola discusses with Zack Arnold, ACE the importance of not signing Covid waivers, how to get compensated for your equipment at home, and the importance of working healthy hours.
For parents, the “new normal” of post-pandemic work is going to be anything but normal. Parenting in Hollywood is uncharted (and terrifying) territory…
Let’s be honest with each other Hollywood: Normal wasn’t working. Things need to change before production begins again.
In today’s conversation, you’ll hear the challenges and hard lessons that Wes Plate learned on his journey from being a depressed, overworked alcoholic to a lean and happy Ultramarathoner.
For a long time, I’ve wanted to sit down and do an interview with my father to ask him the big questions about life that we seldom (if ever) really discuss.