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The book of Ephesians is a Prison Epistle (letter written while in prison). Paul wrote it about 60-62 A.D. The key personalities of Ephesians are the Apostle Paul and Tychicus. It was written to encourage believers to walk as fruitful followers of Christ and to serve in unity and love in the midst of persecution. Join us here at South Beach Church as we study through The Book of Ephesians.
 
SuchThatCast is dedicated to getting to know some of the most influential philosophers (broadly speaking) of today. It seeks to provide an alternative to most other philosophy podcasts (many of which are excellent), by taking the form of a face-to-face conversation (I will never do a phone/skype interview) where the guest is free (and encouraged) to share information about themselves that may not be appropriate in other forums: this includes stories about their unique and often unconventiona ...
 
The thing about finishing what you start, publishing a book, any successful project, fulfilling your dream, all of the above…you have to start. The You Can Do It Too! podcast is about real conversations with people who have done it and continue to do it. Whatever your “it” is, you can do it! Get inspired. Get motivated. Get moving. Hear from experts all over the world who are living their dreams right now.
 
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Passion for food can occasionally get a little spicy... On this episode we delve into Devour! The Food Film Fest which is running online until October 24th. Check them out at Devourfest.com. We talk with director Julien Frechette about his new film 'Chiliheads' which follows those people who just have that love for things spicy. It really looks int…
 
The bigger the film is...the more you need people around you that you can trust... On this episode we are celebrating the movie that we've all been waiting for back in the theatres; 'Dune' from Canada's own cinematic visionary Denis Villeneuve. To say that the world building we see in a film like this is a massive undertaking...is probably a disser…
 
Some stories just have to be seen to be believed... On this episode we're admittedly a little tardy to the party but that's OK sometimes because the releases always come at us on these streaming services pretty hot and heavy. Now playing on CBC Gem; 'Nike's Big Bet' is a fascinating look at the story of legendary track and field coach (as well as N…
 
The animation game is really getting to the next level... In celebration of the release of 'Ron's Gone Wrong' in theatres everywhere from 20th Century Studios we got the distinct pleasure to go behind the scenes and look at some of the ground breaking animation used in the film. We got to sit down with rigging supervisor Edwin Ng to talk about the …
 
It's always amazing when two unique kinds of stores come together.. On this episode we're diving into yet another film festival; the Austin Film Festival which is kicking off this weekend as we look at the world premiere of a fantastic new film; 'Spaghetti Junction'. It's the story of August, who is struggling to adjust to life after losing her leg…
 
We're all connected...more then we know.. On this episode we look at the trends of human migration in the documentary 'The Universality Of It All' which is now on DVD and VOD platforms. We talked with director Andres Bronnimann about his inspiration for the film, how the interconnective nature of the world had evolved in recent years and how import…
 
The scene, the art and the music was something unique... 'The Velvet Underground' is a new doc from director Todd Haynes which is available now on the Apple + streaming service. It's a unique look at the history of the band in the pop culture landscape and we talked with cinematographer Ed Lachman about the unique visual style of the film, the sign…
 
It's so important to know our history... On this episode we are in for a real treat as we have to pleasure to sit down with one of the most noted and prolific music documentarians of the modern age; Robert Mugge. With his iconic trip down to the crossroads and inside the Mississippi Juke Joints in the film 'Deep Blues' which just under went a gorge…
 
Sometimes you've just got to do something different... On this episode we sit down and talk with writer/director Daniel Farrands who is continuing to pull from reality and scare the crap out of us with 'Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman' which is on VOD platforms and DVD now. This film chronicles an often untold chapter of this infamous serial k…
 
It's so important to ask questions... It's going to be a recurring theme over the next few episodes, life caught up with our fearless host and we've got a myriad of interesting episodes with stuff that came out over the past few weeks. On this episode we we sit down with animator David Perron who is the Comp Supervisor over at the Squeeze Animation…
 
For a free four hour audio/video course all about how to make money licensing your music in TV, Films, Ads & more, visit: https://www.htlympremium.com/free-course.html Topics covered: 1) How to break into sync licensing and the importance of developing a following– John Anderson, Hunnypot 2) Are sites like Taxi necessary for breaking into music lic…
 
The shared experience of high school is a little more universal then we occasionally give it credit for... On this episode we have a real treat as we get to sit down with the writer/director of 'Events Transpiring Before, During and After A High School Basketball Game'; one Ted Stenson. It's so rare for the view from the end of a high school basket…
 
Music is a universal language... On this episode we sit down with writer/director Ben Levin to discuss his new film 'Falling For Figaro'. In 'Falling For Figaro' Millie (Danielle Macdonald), a brilliant young fund manager, quits her job and ends things with her longterm boyfriend in order to fulfill her dream of becoming an opera singer — in the Sc…
 
Origin stories are important...we've all got em...but they establish so much going forward in any kind of long standing character arc and they get used in comics all the time. On this episode we are deep diving into some comic book lore because in celebration of 'Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins' which is now available on Premium VOD platforms for rent…
 
Some movies just stick with you... On this episode we had the distinct pleasure to tackle a personal favorite movie from back in 1997. The movie is 'Breakdown' and it just came out on Blu-Ray from our friends at Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment. We had the pleasure of sitting down with writer/director Jonathan Mostow to discuss the genesis of …
 
Addiction is crippling so many in the world right now... 'Our American Family' is the chronicle of an American Family who is struggle with the very real realities of generation addiction issues. The film just had it's world premiere at the Woodstock Film Festival and we had the unique pleasure of sitting down with Producer/Director Hallee Adelman a…
 
Topics Covered: 1) How To Get Started In Music Licensing – Eddie Grey 2) How long does it take to get started in music licensing? - Anthony Clint Jr. 3) The importance of having a niche – Chuck Hughes 4) What Kind Of Music Are Music Libraries Looking For? – Michael Nieves, Sugaroo 5) Do You Need To Live In A Major Music City To Succeed In Licensing…
 
Jen Swisher is a Happiness Engineer on the Jetpack plugin at Automattic and is organizing WordCamp US 2021 online. Show Notes Event Date: October 1 Event Website: https://us.wordcamp.org/2021/ Twitter | @JenSwish Episode Transcript Topher: Hey everyone! My name is Topher. Cate: And my name is Cate. Topher: And this is Hallway Chats. We’d like to ta…
 
It doesn't have to take long to make you smile... We're playing catch up these days here on "In The Seats With..." but we've got a good one for you. Now on the Disney+ streaming service we dive into the world of 'Dug Days' that reintroduces us to our favourite talking dog; Dug. Set right after the adventures of 'Up' it takes us into this dog's very…
 
Now more then ever It's important that we never forget the toll that being a front line worker can take on people. On this episode we talk with director Panayioti Yannitsos and subject Bill Shokar about the new film 'Florian's Knight's' which is currently rolling out all across North America right now and looks at the struggles of first responder's…
 
You can't ignore a winning pair... On this episode we dive into a surprise piece of comedy that's hitting theatres and VOD this Friday September 17th; 'Best Sellers'. In a last-ditch effort to save the boutique publishing house her father has left her, an ambitious young editor (Aubrey Plaza) goes on a book tour with a bitter, booze-addled author (…
 
Self discovery tends to happen in those moments in-between... On this episode we talk with writer/director Agustina San Martin about her new film 'To Kill The Beast' which is currently playing at the Toronto International Film Festival. It's a fascinating coming of age story that allows us the viewer to exist in the uncertainty of sexual awakening.…
 
Sometimes a story only needs a few minutes.... As we wade through the balance of the Toronto International Film Festival we are joined by writer/director Albert Shin whose short film 'Together' has been playing during the festival. We talked about the inspiration for the film, the tool that short filmmaking can be and the pleasures of being in a fe…
 
A Conversation with Joe Howard about the WPMRR Virtual Summit Joe Howard is the founder and Chief Innovation Officer of WPBuffs, and is organizing the second WPMRR Virtual Summit. Show Notes Event Date: September 21-23 Event Website: https://wpmrr.com/ Twitter | @wpmrrsummit Episode Transcript Topher: Hey everyone! My name is Topher. Cate: And I’m …
 
It's important to remember that everyone discovers themselves a little differently... On this episode deep in the screenings at the Toronto International Film Festival we talk with writer/director Bretten Hannam about his new film 'Wildhood'. It's a film that allows for the worlds of Native Tradition and burgeoning sexuality to collide. While it hi…
 
It's important to put in the good work... As we're deep in the heart of Toronto International Film Festival right now, it felt important to remind ourselves that there's more then just movies playing in theatres to be excited about. There's good work going on as our community comes together to make stories from all walks of life as accessible as hu…
 
Back in the day...it's how we communicated... On this episode we're going old school and diving into the new documentary 'Analog Love' with it's writer Joseph Maddrey. Remember the long lost era of sharing your feelings with someone through a mix tape? Through a series of conversations, we'll analyze why this ritual of communication through music s…
 
It's rare to get heart warming action for the whole family... On this episode we talk with writer/director Cal Bartlam and star Lilly Bartlam from Paw Patrol: The Movie. We talk about translating a beloved children's property into the big screen, the challenges of voice work, working during the pandemic and so very much more...…
 
The scary things in this world are closer then any of us would care to admit... On this episode we sit down with writer/director Daniel Farrands about his new film Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman. While Bundy's story has been done before, this film doesn't romanticize the monster and really looks at the hard work done on the ground to catch him from …
 
You never know when you'll be called upon to fulfill your destiny... In Yakuza Princess the heiress (Masumi) to half of the Yakuza crime syndicate forges an uneasy alliance with an amnesiac stranger who believes an ancient sword binds their two fates. She must unleash war against the other half of the syndicate who wants her dead. In her first lead…
 
The next chapter of the MCU has never felt quite so honest... In Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings we meet Shaun or Shang-Chi (Simu Liu) who must confront the past he thought he left behind when he is drawn into the web of the mysterious Ten Rings organization. With the likes of Awkwafina, Tony Leung, Florian Munteanu coming along for the r…
 
Action on a budget isn't as simple as you think... “Overrun” follows former military extraction specialist Marcus Lombardi (Omid Zader), whose only chance of saving his informant sister and their family is to track down a mysterious briefcase. Available on all VOD platforms now, Overrun is proof positive that you can make an effective action film o…
 
Every movie needs a second chance... On this episode we go back to a film which is releasing it's director's cut on VOD platforms tomorrow. Be sure and be open to a 'Welcome To Happiness'. Woody (Kyle Gallner), a children’s author, rents a strange apartment from his landlord, Moses (Nick Offerman). There’s a magical door in Woody’s closet that allo…
 
There's not a damn thing wrong with a fresh spin on some familiar ideas... On this episode we sit down with writer/director Neill Blomkamp to discuss his new film 'Demonic' which is on VOD platforms now. From the director of DISTRICT 9 and ELYSIUM, a young woman unleashes terrifying demons when supernatural forces at the root of a decades old rift …
 
Grief has no rules... On this episode of 'In The Seats With' we get very personal with Writer/Director/Star of the film 'They Who Surround Us' which is in theatres tomorrow. A Ukrainian farmer living in Alberta loses his wife in a tragic accident. Guilt and grief send him into an emotional spiral where mysterious and inexplicable events force him t…
 
It's no surprise that the village it takes to make a film often resembles a family... On this episode we sit down with Canada's own Katheryn Winnick to talk about her new film 'Flag Day' which hits theatres tomorrow... Jennifer Vogel’s father John was larger than life. As a child, Jennifer marveled at his magnetizing energy and ability to make life…
 
A Conversation with Seth Goldstein Seth is a WordPress designer and digital marketer who has been active in the WordPress community in the Philadelphia for more than a decade. Show Notes Website: GoldsteinMedia.com Podcast 1: DigitalMarketingDive.com Podcast 2: EntrepreneursEnigma.com Twitter | @GoldsteinMedia Twitter | @SethGoldstein Episode Trans…
 
Sometimes you've got to embrace something that's ever so slightly bent... Set in riot-torn, near-future Los Angeles, Hotel Artemis follows the Nurse (Jodie Foster), who runs a secret, members-only hospital for criminals. Released in the middle of the summer tent pole season of 2018, Hotel Artemis never really went anywhere...but as we always say ar…
 
To know where we are going...it's important to know where we have been... On this installment of the 'Critic's Corner' we sit down with my sifu and find some current gems that either currently or ABOUT to hit the streaming and VOD tree. Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) takes us to 1969, during the same summer as Wo…
 
There's deep diving...and then there's deep diving... On this installment of the 'Critic's Corner' we go deep with Eric Marchen host of 'Cinema Seen' and of the 'Untitled Movie Podcast'. We dive into a lot of unheralded classics like 'The Dead Zone', 'Smooth Talk', current gems like 'Rose Plays Julie' and actors like Jessie Buckley who just deserve…
 
It's nice to still be surprised in this job. In this installment of the Critic's Corner I will admit I was caught 100% off guard. When 'In The Seats' editor and long time friend Paolo Kagaoan wanted to come on and talk about Bo Burnham's 'Inside'...it felt like we were just talking about yet another comedy special...but boy was I wrong. This comedy…
 
There's just so much to watch...and so much that we HAVEN'T yet watched... On this installment of the 'Critic's Corner' we sit down with In The Seats (and Slant Magazine) contributor Mark Hanson to dive head first into the joy that is Nicolas Cage. But make no mistake, neither movie we are talking about is any good...but they are parts of the Nicol…
 
A Conversation with Aditya Kane Aditya hails from Pune, India, and has been working in WordPress for more than a decade, as well as being a WordCamp organizer multiple times and volunteering at other events. Show Notes Website | WordFest.Live Website | BombayPirate.com Twitter | @adityakane Episode Transcript Topher: Hey, everyone. My name is Tophe…
 
It's rare for a sequel to come close to the original... In Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Bea, Thomas, and the rabbits have created a makeshift family, but despite his best efforts, Peter can't seem to shake his mischievous reputation. Adventuring out of the garden, Peter finds himself in a world where his mischief is appreciated, but when his family …
 
The angst of small town toxicity when it comes to gender issues is hard to escape... On this episode, we get into Newfoundland in the 1980's and Nicole Dorsey's stunning look at small town gender issues in 'Black Conflux'. The seemingly separate lives of an anxious, disillusioned teen girl and a troubled, alienated man converge fatefully in this ha…
 
Getting out of those tight corners in our heads is just as important avoiding the literal ones. On this episode we talk with Mathieu Turi; writer/director of the brand new film 'Meander' which is hitting VOD platforms tomorrow from our friends at Pacific Northwest Pictures. You wake up. You wear a futuristic suit. You are stuck in an endless metal …
 
Hard to feel like you belong anywhere when you don't have a home... Limbo is a wry and poignant observation of the refugee experience, set on a fictional remote Scottish island where a group of new arrivals await the results of their asylum claims. It centers on Omar (Amir El-Masry), a young Syrian musician who is burdened by his grandfather’s oud,…
 
Sometimes you've gotta make your own breaks in life... On this episode we are diving into the new film 'Holler' which is available on most VOD platforms now. In a forgotten pocket of Southern Ohio where American manufacturing and opportunity are dying up, a determined young woman finds a ticket out when she is accepted to college. Alongside her old…
 
A Conversation with Dan Maby and Michelle Frechette Dan and Michelle have been working together to make WordFest Live be a top notch, world-wide WordPress conference. We talk with them about it works and the difficulties of making a global event happen. Show Notes Website | WordFest.Live Twitter | @danmaby Twitter | @michelleames Episode Transcript…
 
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