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An interview with Nick Tassoni during his first graduate semester in the John Wells division of screenwriting at USC. Recorded October 2019.
Dale Hutchins (53) interviews his uncle Joe Goode (80) about Joe’s childhood, college, and military years. They discuss Joe’s parents and Dale’s mother, Joe’s sister Betty.
My name is Sydney Allen I am 18 and I’m interviewing my father Joel Allen who is 54. We discuss the topic of how movies and tv has changed since he was a kid.
I (Rhyann Clark) interview my dad (Damon Clark) about movies back when he was a kid vs now
Nolan Lampson is a high schooler at West Linn High school, with an interest in film, writing, broadcast. He has his own blog for reviewing movies, has worked on projects with small business and has made his own silent films....
This is an interview all about the 1980s. All questions evolve around things that took place in the 1980s.
She mostly talked about her dad being a very strong man and taking care of her family. Her and her mom watch movies every New Year on her mother’s birthday. Her mother passed away when she was 15 years old....
Today we discuss the topic of misrepresentation in movies, as well as how the future of film can improve. The conversation is hosted by Kayani Jaramillo, a college freshman majoring in Mass Communications, and includes her mother, Enigma Gomez-Herradura.
My grandfather talks about his work experience and some of the most interesting places he has been too. He reminisces’ about good old times with family. He lists off some of the 32 Countries he has been too for business,...
Max talks with his Father about childhood memories and adulthood. Music and activities that he enjoys are mentioned as well, like movies.
An interview with Manny Martinez on the misconceptions of mental illness through media representation and how it affects society.
We were talking about movies this morning to decide which one to see as a family. Used movies as a jump off point to interview Dad.
This was part two. We talked about sports and fitness but got side track on his passion which is writing. I ended up asking a bunch of questions about that because I got very interested in it.
My father traveled quite a bit during his childhood, spending time in Yemen, Somalia, Saudi Arabia, India then finally the United States in 1979. In this interview, we talked about the various mass communications my father experienced during his travels...
Grandma has been living with Gavin (age 6), his sister Audra (she 3) for 5 months. Today he asked her questions about growing up in Illinois and raising her family in Colorado
Phyllis Hoover (69) talks with daughter, Ellen Riggle (48), about her grandmother.
An overlooked tree. Ceaseless drive. Sean Connery. What do these three unrelated things have in common? They tell the extraordinary story of Ray Wise, who was interviewed by Forrest Wheeler in Los Angeles in 2018. Since youth in Akron, Ohio,...
Joe Lamb tells Emilie Bouvier about volunteering at International Center after struggling with depression. A psychologist recommended volunteering and Joe Lamb maintains it was the best advice he ever took.
The movie Crazy Rish Asians doesn’t accurately portray actual Asian life. Karoline went to China in 2nd grade and learned wealth is not always measured in money like portrayed in the the movie but in experiences, family etc.