Living and Loving a Filmmaker’s Life: Indie Apocalypse

April 30, 2015

This week Mark Benjamin stopped by to talk about acting and his good friend Dean Whitney, a well known and inspiring filmmaker in the San Diego community who recently passed away. Later in the episode, Luis and Ty share a little more about how their backgrounds led them to become filmmakers and why their diversity makes for well-rounded, intriguing and sometimes ridiculous conversation on Indie Apocalypse.

Our Guest:
Mark Benjamin
Mark on IMDB

Dedicated to:
Dean Whitney

Dean on IMDB

Hosted by:
Luis Martinez
twitter.com/kinglou77
instagram.com/lou2go
facebook.com/2AMBurrito

Ty Mabrey
facebook.com/BangZoomPow
instagram.com/BangZoomPow

Sound Production by:

Romeo Gain

Produced by:
Bang Zoom Pow

©2015 Bang Zoom Pow. All Rights Reserved.

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Did you hear that?: Indie Apocalypse

April 24, 2015

The second episode of Indie Apocalypse focuses on one of the most important aspects of film production that can often make or break a film, sound production. Luis and Ty are joined by sound production veteran Romeo Gain and an up-and-coming sound production freshman Gabriel Guzman to talk about sound Do’s and Don'ts, reminisce about films’s with great sound and music and randomly talk about burritos … who’d a thunk it? This is one episode worth listening to for the facts presented and the often random and obscure topics around sound.

Our Guests:
Romeo Gain
info@tbfentertainment.com

Gabriel Guzman
xgabrielguzemanx@aol.com

Hosted by:
Luis Martinez
twitter.com/kinglou77
instagram.com/lou2go
facebook.com/2AMBurrito

Ty Mabrey
facebook.com/BangZoomPow
instagram.com/BangZoomPow

Sound Production by:

Romeo Gain

Produced by:
Bang Zoom Pow

©2015 Bang Zoom Pow. All Rights Reserved.

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Indie Apocalypse Pilot: Indie Apocalypse

April 18, 2015

The premier episode of Indie Apocalypse is a train wreck caught in a tornado as our hosts, indie filmmakers Luis Martinez (2AMB Productions) and Ty Mabrey (Bang Zoom Pow) venture through the murky waters of union vs. non-union acting roles in America’s Finest City. Is it worth it for actors in San Diego to join SAG in a non-union town? Joined by two lovely Latino ladies, actress Shelly Ro and actress Fernanda Torres, our hosts ask some difficult questions about acting, talk about the changing landscape of entertainment and get some advice on casting calls, all while trying to be funny. We also get the low-down from Shelly Ro on SAG and how to become a union member. Grab a burrito and get ready to laugh or cry as Luis and Ty make podcast history … or not.

Our Guests:
Shelly Ro
shelly@shellyro.com
facebook.com/shelllyro
twitter.com/shelllyro

Fernanda Torres
fernandatorresactress@gmail.com
instagram.com/nandatorres11

Hosted by:
Luis Martinez
twitter.com/kinglou77
instagram.com/lou2go
facebook.com/2AMBurrito

Ty Mabrey
facebook.com/BangZoomPow
instagram.com/BangZoomPow

Sound Production by:

Romeo Gain

Produced by:
Bang Zoom Pow

©2015 Bang Zoom Pow. All Rights Reserved.

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