Genretainment

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Sinopsis

GenreTainment is where Marx & Julie give you interviews with writers, directors, producers and actors in both independent and not-so-independent creations.

Episodios

  • Episode 104 - Featuring Writer Christy Marx (Jem, GI Joe, Birds of Prey)

    Episode 104 - Featuring Writer Christy Marx (Jem, GI Joe, Birds of Prey)

    14/10/2015 Duración: 33min

    We are chatting with game, animation and comic book writer Christy Marx.She has written for classic animation series like GI Joe, Spider-Man and the His Amazing Friends & Jem and the Holograms, also written for comic books like Birds of Prey & Amethyst: Sword Of Sorcery, and has written for a number of video games and TV shows. She is also the author of the book Writing for Animation, Comics and Games.We discuss how she became involved in writing, about her various projects, her thoughts on the upcoming Jem live-action film, tips for writers, and much more.

  • GenreTainment #103 - Featuring Filmmaker Daryn Murphy and Actor Matt Lunsford

    GenreTainment #103 - Featuring Filmmaker Daryn Murphy and Actor Matt Lunsford

    14/09/2015 Duración: 01h01min

    For this 103rd episode we are chatting with Writer/ Director Daryn Murphy, creator of the time travel series Time Keeper, and actor Matt Lunsford who stars as Mitch Manners on Time Keeper. We learn more about this fun time travel web series, the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for season 3, and get tips about crowdfunding & acting.Oh, and we also learn about Daryn's sercret first film, if Matt is really British and what makes a good time traveling pet.Links:Time KeeperTime Keeper on IndiegogoTime Keeper on Twitter: @TimeKeeperShow Television on the Wild Wild Web: How To Blaze Your Own TrailGenreTainment on FacebookMarx on Twitter: @MrMarx

  • GenreTainment #102 - Gen Con 2015 Special Part 2

    GenreTainment #102 - Gen Con 2015 Special Part 2

    09/09/2015 Duración: 01h14min

    It's part 2 of our special at Gen Con, the longest running gaming convention in the world. Even though its focus is on gaming, there is much more than just that. We start off the interviews with many authors & illustrators in Authors Alley and wrap up the interviews at Gen Con Film Festival with the producers of the fantasy film The Rangers: A Shadow Rising.Please enjoy part 2 and see the links below related to the interviews from this episode. Be sure to check out part 1 with more Authors Alley & Film Festival interviews!Links:Gen ConGen Con Film FestivalUrban Fantasy author Maurice BroaddusPublisher Angry RobotSci-fi / Fantasy author Hans CummingsThe Rangers: A Shadow Rising filmThe Forge StudiosTelevision on the Wild Wild Web: How To Blaze Your Own TrailGenreTainment on FacebookMarx on Twitter: @MrMarx

  • GenreTainment #101 - Gen Con 2015 Special Part 1

    GenreTainment #101 - Gen Con 2015 Special Part 1

    01/09/2015 Duración: 57min

    For this 101st episode of GenreTainment we have a number of interviews from Gen Con, the longest running gaming convention in the world. Even though its focus is on gaming, there is much more than just that. We start off the interviews at the Gen Con Film Festival and then interview many of the authors & illustrators in Authors Alley. We got so many interviews that we had to make this a two-parter. Please enjoy part 1 and see the links below related to the interviews from this episode. Be sure to check out part 2!Links:Gen ConGen Con Film Festival Television on the Wild Wild Web: How To Blaze Your Own TrailGenreTainment on FacebookMarx on Twitter: @MrMarx

  • GenreTainment - 100th Episode with Special Guests

    GenreTainment - 100th Episode with Special Guests

    25/08/2015 Duración: 01h03min

    It is time for our 100th episode!!! (And first episode on BlogTalkRadio as part of the League of Geeks network.) It's a special episode as a few of our past guests return for this episode. One of which is our very first guest ever, Emmy winning writer Victor Miller, who is probably best known for writing  Friday the 13th. We are also joined by filmmaker and International Academy of Web Television (IAWTV) chairman Jeff Burns. You might remember him from our recent game show episode or the earlier episode where we interviewed him and the cast of Super Knocked Up. And to round out the group of guests we have SFP-Now's host Ian Cullen joining us.We learn what projects they have been working recently, discuss our favorite TV shows currently on the air, share writing tips, and so much more.Links:Victor MillerSuper Geeked UpInternational Academy of Web Television (IAWTV)ScifiPulseTelevision on the Wild Wild Web: How To Blaze Your Own TrailGenreTainment on FacebookMarx on Twitter: @MrMarx