Spoiled Rotten Tomatoes: Indie Apocalypse

May 28, 2015

This week we Ty and Lou get heavy(er) in conversation when Ty goes on a rant about the theater experience and how the internet, technology and spoilers have changed the way we watch movies. Are kids the only ones that can truly experience movies at a theater anymore? Dominic Lerma also drops by to talk about acting in Hollywood while living in San Diego and shares his thoughts on the role of Hank in Luis' upcoming film Slap Worthy.

Our Guests:
Dominic Lerma
facebook.com/dominic.lerma.9

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

Ty Mabrey
facebook.com/BangZoomPow
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Sound Production by:

Romeo Gain

Produced by:
Bang Zoom Pow

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The 48 Hour Film Project: indie Apocalypse

May 21, 2015

The film community in San Diego is a buzz every year when the 48 Hour Film Project comes around. This week we talk with Duane Trammell and Robyn Schatz Sharvis who produce the competition every year in San Diego. Duane and Robyn talk about their film roots, provide some great tips on how to prepare and share some great stories about previous entries. Robin and Duane love to produce the 48 Hour Film Competition and it shows. If you've ever wanted to test your skills as a film maker, connect with other film makers in the area, or just needed an excuse to stay awake for two days, check out the 48 Hour Film Competition in San Diego.

Our Guests:
Duane Trammel & Robyn Schatz Sharvis
www.48hourfilm.com/en/sandiego/
facebook.com/groups/SanDiego48HFP

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

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The Super in Girl: Indie Apocalypse

May 15, 2015

This week we totally geek out on all things comics, fantasy, sci-fi and anime as we talk with Crysstal Hubbard and Joe Oyas about fan fiction and what you should be aware of when working with copyrighted material on a film project. Crysstal talks about why she chose Supergirl for her latest project and how her take on the DC comic character is unique. We also take a critical look at how women are portrayed in comics and animation and how women of cosplay are often treated when they choose to dress up as a strong, smart or sexy character. The conversation takes a couple of poignant and wild turns so be prepared fandom overload.

Our Guests:
Crysstal Hubbard
facebook.com/SupergirlUnburdened

Joe Oyas
www.facebook.com/JTOcomedy

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

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We’re on a Commission from God!: Indie Apocalypse

May 7, 2015

Everyone in the film industry wants to make a living doing what they love, but the once thriving film industry in San Diego has withered to almost nothing since the Film Commission was dissolved. We talk with Sandi Buehner, a former employee of the Film Commission to find out what happened, how it impacts film makers in San Diego and what exactly will it take to bring the Film Commission back. Sandi has a plan. We also talk with the ever friendly and vocal Dante Dumas about life as an actor doing SAG projects from coast to coast and how networking makes a huge difference finding work as an actor, regardless of where you live.

Our Guests:
Sandi Buehner
facebook.com/Sandi.Buehner
sdfcf.org
sandi@sandiconsulting.com

Dante Dumas
facebook.com/dante.dumas78

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

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