We talk with Indie Pop Rock band 'twentythreenineteen' about their writing process is like therapy to them. We also talk about the new Joker Movie, Kanye West, Mindy Kaling, and Emmy Award winning Fleabag.
We talk with singer songwriter Zach Winters, about his inspiration from other cultures and how his life and music are woven together. We also talk about how social media is changing our world, how Disney is just pretending to woke, and much more!
We talk with illustrator, designer, and publisher Rommel Ruiz. We also talk about the new Joker movie, the Emmys, and even Snapchat Films.
This week we talk with R&B musician Mecario and talked a lot about about how he lays his entire life out in his music. We also talk about how men and women alike are using there platforms to empower women, Mindy Kaling's new movie about diversity behind the camera in Hollywood.
We talk with singer-songwriter Jonathan Gabriel Masters about how is faith and music are always tied together. We also talk about having a life and career and the new Narrative Lifestyle Brand.
This week we talk with Indie-Folk Corey Kilgannon about his new album and how it has started conversations on social change. We also talk a lot about being a conscious consumer and share some awesome new movies coming out soon!
This week we talk to music producer Carvello about using faith to collaborate. We also talk about ignorant news anchors, the new Taylor Swift Album, and a personality test for creatives.
This week we talk with author, illustrator, and Pastor C.S. Fritz. he shares the importance of taking time to step away from everything and rest. We also talk about the importance of owning your own work, the trend of films portraying sexual assault allegations, and much more.
This week we share our crazy conversation with the lead singer of Indie Rock Band, Nonfiction. We also talk about the future of online streaming, culture challenging show Master of None, and what artists are doing about gun control.
This week we share an amazing conversation with Hip-Hip Artist, Activist, and Entrepreneur, Angie Rose. We also talk about HBO's new Gen-X focused show, Euphoria, and the changing trend of teen dramas, female portrayal in Marvel movies, and even Bob Ross' painting show.
This week we talk with singer-songwriter, Marielle Kraft about how she got her start in true authentic sharing of stories through music. We also talk about the future of Reality TV, Chance The Rapper's new album, and exciting new things at Narrative.
This week we talk with creative activist group, "The Couch" about how they are working to create a culture of listening. We also talk about summer film shoots, a new movie about women dying off, and the enneagram personality tests.
Josh and Mya discuss the increasing relationship between us and the technology around us. They also discuss the rise, and possible fall, of Netflix, as well as the Emmy nominations, the big change to '13 Reasons Why,' and much more.
This week Josh, Mya, and Marisa discuss the #NotMyAriel controversy, and talk about this may be reflective of a greater cultural issue of cultural appropriation of diversity in media. They also talk about some new movies, music, and more.
The cast talks about finding ways to build creative habits, but also focus on the importance of taking break from being creative and letting your mind rest.
Mya and Marisa lead another episode and touch on how sometimes their lives change in the moment and they must adapt, or how they need to force change into their lives and the possible ideas that come from both. They also touch on original ideas that come from those in the moment events.
Mya talks about a new filmmaking opportunity, Marissa and Mya discuss styles of movies and their preferences, and Boden talks about finding a new style in his work.
Mya and Marissa lead another episode as they talk about how graduating has changed their life and decisions so far. The two also touch on topics such as income inequality and more issues.
Mya and Marissa lead the episode with their ideas for scripts, and what they expect to find in their work during this summer.
There are many stereotypes surrounding Christians and Christian creators, the cast discusses some positive and negative examples, along with how to break those stereotypes.