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Everybody is smarter than you at something.
What if all of those people were in one place?
Welcome to The Hollywood Fishbowl.
Sonja Piper Dosti found her faith at 8 years old and never turned her back on it, even through a long and successful career in filmmaking. How does that work? Listen and find out!
Kicking off our miniseries on Faith-Based Film, writer Jennifer Dornbush opens the case file on her life, her writing techniques and thoughts on how we can improve movies about The Bible.
Jody Clark is from Lancaster, which is not a bad place to be from if you enjoy background work. Between shorts and features, background, bit and lead, Jody has seen and done it all on screen and shares those stories with us (and YOU!).
Lin Gothoni is a walking, talking international perspective. Not only does she share her singing (both originals and covers) with us on this episode, she also shares that perspective. Enjoy, please do!
For those of you who wonder what Ashley Lowry (AKA Solar Yellow Human) sounds like with just a guitar and a mic, you need wonder no more. This is EXACTLY what she sounds like with just a guitar and a mic.
Singer/Songwriter Ashley Lowry doesn’t just know the truth about pawns, she shares it with us, but not before opening up about her life, which goes from LA to Nashville and back, her music and how she contends with the vulnerability inherent to being an artist.
Mimi Page’s story doesn’t start with dreamy, ambient mood music. It starts with Broadway. And lots of travel. Always an open book, Mimi shares her wisdom and insight into the independent music scene with us as she tells the story of how she went from watching her mother perform on stage nightly to building her own career in ethereal electronica.
Katie Anne Mitchell writes songs and she writes them well. She also writes stories and tells them well. But, the alchemy happens when she’s mixing the two, which is exactly what happens in this episode.
Kathie Fong Yoneda has climbed from typist to executive but didn’t do so in a straight line (because there is no such thing as a straight line when it comes to life). Exactly how does an early interest in journalism and art lead to top-level employment at major studios? We’d answer that but Kathie does so better than we ever could.
Hilliard Guess can pinpoint the exact moment he became a writer. It was when he started writing. Of course, no story is so simple and few are this well told. As always, thank you for listening.
Stories need structure too, ya know! And, who better to talk structure with than a teacher, writer and podcaster? On a normal day, we’d have to find 3 people to meet all that criteria. But no day is normal when Naomi Beaty is around. Enjoy the wisdom!
Debate amongst yourselves all you like, John Bucher is confident we can all craft better narratives for ourselves, both on a micro and a macro scale. What thoughts have spawned from this passion? Listen and find out, friend.
Nikita Bitch Project loves dance. And parody. And nudity. Those three ingredients collide perfectly in her stage performances but she wasn’t always a Burlesquer. Her story starts in Japan, hops globally and is fascinating throughout.
Lili VonSchtupp has a lifetime of knowledge on Burlesque and she is only happy to share it. From how Burlesque evolved over the last century straight through the basics of tassel twirling, Lili reveals herself to be something of an empathetic encyclopedia with a penchant for naughty puns.
Kirby LaBrea is a bit of a rarity - a boylesquer making his mark on the LA scene. While the biggest LaBrea fireworks are his dance moves, there’s massive fun to be had in this audio-only experience. Also, we sing. Twice.
Fire eating. Glass walking. Stage magic. Burlesque. Vixen DeVille does all these things and talks about them on this episode. To be clear, she is a fire eating, glass walking, stage magicking burlesque performer. So, you know. Listen.
Humble beginnings! Who would have guessed when we recorded this pilot episode with Kimberly Liermann that Hollywood Fishbowl would grow into the mighty oak that it is today?
You don’t know where this episode is headed. Trust me. Just when you think you’ve got Anna pegged, she hits you with another sucker punch.
What better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than by recording an episode of The Hollywood Fishbowl with Morgan Hill, a bonafide mother, daughter, actor and human!
From Upstate New York all the way to LA and the boy still has a glimmer in his eye! How does he do it? Find out in the premiere episode of Hollywood Fishbowl!
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THE NEWSY BLOG SPACE
Kate Faust is here to remind us that Kate Faust rocks.
Who doesn’t love love? Probably the same kind of weirdo who doesn’t game games.
Still photos a-plenty of the TENZO pop-up shop in Little Tokyo.
Vixen is back! And, she’s up and above us all!!!
“The only thing I don’t like about calliope music is how rarely we hear it played.” -Everyone Ever
I designed a record cover!
I’m a regulah Mr. Rogers factory tour documentary ovah here!!!
Nothing like a rollicking polka record to get your Friday morning started correctly! On Mir Zwoa, Maria and Margot Hellwig deliver exactly that.
The book is officially scanned and finished! Enjoy this final post.
We’re running out of old photos! Get ‘em while they’re hot!