Electric Shadow Channel
Summary: Electric Shadow, uncut Screen Time interviews, and related Test Pattern pre/post-shows from ESN.fm
Peter Mayhew’s generosity of self and spirit far exceeded the size implied by even the most hyperbolic metaphors people have used over the decades. Recorded live at Dallas Comic Show 2016.
This is a bonus not-really-an-episode recorded live at Comicpalooza 2019. For context: this Q&A happened after _Game of Thrones_ S8 episode 4 dropped, but _before_ episode 5 aired. Nathalie Emmanuel came onstage first, followed by Emilia Clarke, who joined her for the remainder of the Q&A.
Isaac (Bran Stark) talks about stumbling his way into acting, the experience of working on the biggest international series in TV history, and what he wants to do beyond the Seven Kingdoms. Recorded live at Alamo City Comic Con 2018, so this episode contains no spoilers for Season 8 of Game of Thrones. It does, however, spoil things from across all of the first 7 seasons of the show.
Kristian Nairn only had one word to work with throughout his time on Game of Thrones, but he found a way to make the most of it. In doing so, he’s become one of the most-beloved characters on one of the great shows in TV history. Find out how much Kristian knew about the books before he auditioned, the most difficult day he had on-set, and more than you may have known about his fondness for comic books, heavy metal, and World of Warcraft.
Last year marked the 50th Anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Stars Keir Dullea and Gary Lockwood discuss the making of the film and the 50-year journey since. One of the greatest films in the history of cinema was hated by critics at the time of its release. It completely changed the direction of science fiction “space” cinema and cemented the genre as anything but silly, compared to what came before. This episode was culled from a series of interviews conducted over the course of 2018 with stars Keir Dullea (Dave Bowman) and Gary Lockwood (Gary Poole). 2001: A Space Odyssey is now available in 4K/UHD from Warner Home Video. The best way to watch it is on 70mm film. See if your local film society, IMAX, or art house is playing it.
Over the last five years, Coco sketch artist Ana Ramirez has gone from an intern to being staffed on an Academy Award-winning feature (Coco), illustrating the official Coco storybook (Miguel and the Grand Harmony), and starting work on a second, still-secret feature. Ana discusses her path to working for Pixar, her journey on Coco, and how Pixar makes the concept of a progressive, inclusive workplace a reality. Coco is now available on Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Blu-ray
Moana supervising animator Malcon Pierce shares the story of how he fell in love with and began working in animation, and what he learned truly made something take on the trademark look and feel of “classic Disney”.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's Terry Farrell discusses the trials & tribulations she underwent as an aspiring actress, the choices she wishes she could have made, and how rewarding it is to have helped crack glass ceilings for countless women.
Star Trek stars Michael Dorn and John de Lancie explore what gave their lives focus, leading to professional lives as actors. "Worf" & "Q" also talk politics, but not specific candidates nor polls. Rather, what issues and priorities are missing from modern politics...as well as Star Trek?
To an entire generation of fans, Susan Eisenberg is Wonder Woman. From a childhood love of radio theatre and classic cinema to taking up the golden lasso of Wonder Woman, Susan Eisenberg has build her career around the things she loves. Her audience loves her for it, and for good reason.
Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson and film programmer, critic, and activist Walter Chaw discuss Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme: from updating the character for the screen to confronting accusations of whitewashing and erasure from a conscientious perspective.
Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy reflect on almost 25 years as friends and on-screen nemeses. On this very special episode, Hamill and Conroy share fascinating stories you've never heard, tease future collaborations (!), and answer audience questions at Fan Expo Canada 2016.
Star Trek turns 50 tonight at 8:30pm central time, and this 50th Anniversary special starsGeorge Takei telling stories from Star Trek as well as his own life. Recorded live at Fan Expo Canada 2016.
Pete's Dragon director David Lowery and screenwriter Toby Halbrooks made a reboot/remake/reimagining of a "franchise" picture refreshing and unique. Sometimes, the secret ingredient is a voice actor adding a dialogue-free character to a simple, honest fantasy world.
Legendary voice actress Jennifer Hale and game producer/superstar artist Joe Madureira ended up on the same panel at Fan Expo Dallas completely by accident. They discuss their origin stories as fans and creatives, as well as their roles on opposite sides of the glass in the recording booth. One of them might have ended up landing a job thanks to a panel scheduling error.