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Topics covered include: exquisite faces, rich inner worlds, being a Prada girl, dressing like a magician, nostalgia for Rookie magazine, the Jules special episode of Euphoria as trans girl canon, astrological turbulence, Scorpio eyes, metabolizing your emotions through art, peacing out on popular culture, the music of Arca and Sophie, Lorde being a…
 
Topics covered include: the thrill and terror of acting without a script, the meta nature of The Souvenir movies, Joanna Hogg as genius puppet master, the return of real film, Paul’s “chill and kind” rugby-playing brother, Irish gatekeeping, drama school memories, slowly developing a bad back, being patient with yourself, getting off social media, …
 
Topics covered include: the world of childhood, collaborators as playmates, blasting Remain in Light on loop, Mike’s innate desire to give everyone a hug, being allergic to bullshit, the Wim Wenders Easter eggs in C’mon C’mon, black and white movies as their own species, bingeing Hitchcock movies during the pandemic, David being a little dictator o…
 
Topics covered include: the importance of letting your movie breath, hate-cutting The Green Knight, the fall of Troy, Grail mythology, a mom’s helpful nudge, old-fashioned movie magic, the epic oner from Eternal Sunshine, concentric circles of production and release, vegan animatronic boar entrails, New Zealand film crews (the best), mainlining hor…
 
Join us with special guest Amanda Hebert Hughes. We discussed her amazing artwork and her life as an Autistic artist. She is a native New Yorker, is an emergent artist located in the Charlotte, North Carolina area. Highly attentive to her surroundings, she paints her impressions and feelings in a thought-provoking and dynamic way. Amanda Hebert Hug…
 
Topics covered include: career trajectories, seeing yourself through your children’s eyes, the traveling circus energy of a film set, paying to play, knowing failure, making art for yourself, the impact of the Hollywood stereotypes we grow up with, American hang-ups about the Vietnam War, the legendary Park Chan-wook, whether Isaac would make a Mar…
 
One difficult topic that is not often discussed but affect many people with Neurodiverse conditions is domestic violence. Nathan Chung interviews Rachel Harpley, Technical Recruiter and Founder of Recruit Bit Security. She shares her incredible stories about surviving domestic violence, living with Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD), and recruitin…
 
People who are Neurodiverse often struggle in the job hunt, in interviews, and working at organizations that are not always friendly. Nathan Chung interviews Amy Root, director and neurodiversity leader at UnitedHealth Group. She shares amazing insights into hiring practices, accommodations, and recruitment. Listen and be inspired.…
 
Topics covered include: following Todd Haynes to Portland, cattle politics, the nature of the “American Experiment,” why it’s so hard to make a good period piece, lessons from Lyndon Johnson, whether Mark Ruffalo could effectively play an evil person (answer: yes), the randomness of art, the actor/movie star dichotomy, bad old movies versus bad new…
 
People who are Neurodiverse often struggle to be accepted in today's world. Nathan Chung interviews Dr. Stacy Thayer, Organizational Development Consultant and Professor of CyberPsychology at the California Lutheran University. At Black Hat 2018 she led an amazing talk titled: How can Someone with Autism Specifically Enhance the Cyber Security Work…
 
People who are Neurodiverse often struggle working at organizations that are not always friendly and often need to wear masks to fit in. Nathan Chung interviews Tiffany Jameson, Managing partner at Grit & Flow, Co-Founder at the NDGiFTS Movement, and Managing Partner at Cognitive Diversity. She shares her personal stories, insights on Neurodiversit…
 
Neurodiversity is often a hard topic to discuss due to its negative stigma and people often suffer alone in life and not getting the help they need. Nathan Chung interviews Oliver Betts-Richards, Apprentice Cybersecurity Analyst and student at the University of Derby. We talk about his amazing life, getting diagnosed with Autism, and his struggles …
 
Neurodiverse workers can help to reduce the Cybersecurity skills gap, which is currently around 3.5 million unfilled jobs. Nathan Chung interviews Caleb Pifer, Vice President at Mercyhurst University where they have created the new Cyber-Autism Pilot Program, the first program of its kind in the country. He provides an overview of this amazing inno…
 
Neurodiversity is often associated with children, but adults with the same condition are often left out and ignored. Nathan Chung interviews Doug Blecher, founder of the Autism Personal Coach. We discuss difficult issues facing Neurodiverse people today and explore how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people. Doug also shares tips to help cope an…
 
People who are Neurodiverse often struggle in the job hunt, in interviews, and working at organizations that are not always friendly. Nathan Chung interviews Stephanie Ranno, Vice president at TorchLight Hire. She shares her personal stories and expert advice to help in the job hunt, interview process, and helping companies to hire Neurodiverse wor…
 
Topics covered include: the purity of poetry, radical okay-ness, the alternate version of Ocean’s life as a straight man, why love wasn't a question in Memorial, the power of saying no, learning to choose yourself, the exoticism of suburbia, the upside of being small, letting another artist expand upon your vision through adaptation, and why being …
 
Neurodiversity is often associated with children, but adults with the same condition are often left out and ignored, especially African-Americans. Nathan Chung interviews Tia Hopkins, Vice President of Global Solutions Engineering at eSentire, founder of Empow(H)er Cybersecurity, and Professor at Yeshiva University. She won the SC Media Reboot Lead…
 
Neurodiversity is often associated with children, but adults with the same condition are often left out and ignored. Nathan Chung interviews the world famous Lisa Ventura, advocate of all things related to neurodiversity and winner of countless awards for her tireless devotion to cybersecurity, women, and the industry where she shares her personal …
 
People who are Neurodiverse often do not receive the help they need to survive and thrive. Nathan Chung interviews Devin Nakano, Co-Founder and CISO of Authentikid, and he is also Founder, President and Executive Director of Y STEM and Chess. He shares his personal stories of triumph and success working in Cybersecurity while being Neurodiverse. If…
 
Topics covered include: Zoom culture, petty arguments, band name trends through the decades, the humble origins of Moonbase 8, rethinking “independent” television, the demoralizing experience of pitching a show to Amazon and Netflix accompanied by a 30 person chorus, learning to trust Ravi, whether A24 needs help with money, and why you sometimes n…
 
Neurodiversity is often associated with children, but adults with the same condition are often left out and ignored. Nathan Chung interviews world renowned cybersecurity writer, blogger, speaker, security researcher, and Neurodiversity champion Kim Crawley where she shares her personal stories of triumph and success working in Cybersecurity while b…
 
ALEX CHUNG & LEON LEE - Founders of Stryde, an innovative fitness app that uses in-game currency to motivate people to get moving. Stryde co-founders Leon Lee and Alex Chung have created an innovative fitness app that uses in-game currency to motivate people to get moving. Here’s how they did it. Leon Lee and Alex Chung bonded over a mutual love fo…
 
Topics covered include: finding your creative collaborators, strip club breakfast buffets, editing as the final draft of a script, the Sundance party scene, why bad notes are better than no notes, meaningful nudity on screen, getting paid the least for doing the most, and what it’s like making a naughty movie when you’re a prude.…
 
A pioneer at heart, Larry Tang is well-known for innovating creative and crowd-appealing F&B events, concerts, nightlife, and more. As a CEO of LocoFama Group, his organic farm-to-table restaurants have paved the way for the Sustainable Lifestyle of Organic Wellness (SLOW) movement in Hong Kong, delivering a unique “Barefoot Luxury" experience to a…
 
Topics covered include: hot mics, shooting in airports pre-9/11, "movie star grapes," Josh seeing Sandler in Punch Drunk Love at age 18, writing a script that feels like there is no script at all, His Royal Highness Darius Khondji, the firecracker scene in Boogie Nights, the feeling when it all works artistically, post-filmmaking blues, losing the …
 
Mui Thomas was born with a rare skin condition called Harlequin ichthyosis. Nobody expected her to live long, and most people all but gave up on her. When her adoptive parents came into the picture, they did everything they could to help give her a life worth living. And today Mui is determined to make the most out of each and every day, chasing he…
 
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