About this podcast
Personal podcast of my ramblings and musings
About this podcast
Personal podcast of my ramblings and musings
We're back, baby. Victoria Greene, the producer/director behind the upcoming documentary, Forgotten Bayou, joins me on Projecting to talk about her production, the Bayou Corne Sinkhole, and the insanity that is creating a documentary. Check it out and consider donating to her kickstarter - it's pretty remarkable what she has done.
A Special Announcement!
I am incredibly excited to announce the upcoming launch of a new podcast: Rumor Flies. Ryan Caligari rejoins me on Projecting along with Josh Honses. The three of us joined forces to produce Rumor Flies as a comical, weekly podcast about rumors, myths, and misconceptions. In this episode of Projecting we discuss our love of podcasts, the origins of this new project, and examine the road we see ahead of us. I will continue to produce Projecting, so hope to have you back next week! Happy Easter and thanks for listening!
Beer, Bros, and Bojack Horseman
Davis Callais joins me on Projecting! Davis has a glorious radio voice, quick wit, and is very much a renaissance man with many talents. My old friend and I chat about some fun past stories, our mutual love of beer and brewing (including his time at Abita), and more. Questions? Thoughts? Hit us up! email@example.com. Twitter: @3tiltdat
Where we Park, Food Recovery, and Cultural Challenges to Sustainability
Sheila Borkar (my old friend from UVA) and her roommate/compatriot Hannah Gingerich join me on Projecting! They discuss their backgrounds and current work in different but still very related fields with one overarching goal in mind: sustainability. We talk about their day to day, some aspects you may not have considered, and the cultural challenges and pushback they sometimes face. Enjoy! Hit us up: @3tiltdat and email at firstname.lastname@example.org
An Evening with actor Will McGovern!
The incredibly talented Will McGovern joined me on Projecting! We had a great chat looking over our growth the past few years, the amazingly skilled and hard-working friends we've made along the way, and the cool projects we have gotten to do and have in the pipeline. Questions? Thoughts? Holler at us: email@example.com Follow Will: @_The_Real_BM Follow Greg: @3tiltdat
Scott's Back! French Resilience, Bureaucracy, and the Occasional Fulfilled Stereotype!
My brother and comrade in arms Scott Tilton returns to Projecting! We discuss his first months in France, his insights into the ISIS attacks in Paris (November, 2015), and close out with a brief but fascinating chat about how the US handled the economic realities of the attacks on 9/11. We had to record in a different location out of the blue, unfortunately, so we apologize for the ever so slight echo our location produced. Follow Greg at: @3tiltdat Questions? Holler at us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Myths, Misconceptions, and Firing up the Best Steak EVER
An old comrade, Ryan Caligari, joins me this week on Projecting! Ryan discusses his time researching the effects and misconceptions of GMO's, how to battle ignorance and emotional responses with evidence while understanding people's frameworks, and why your steaks aren't as good as his! This episode was recorded at the inDEPTH Media offices in New Orleans, LA. www.filmindepth.com Thoughts on the show? Hit us up twitter.com/3tiltdat or email us email@example.com!
Sarge is back! Bioware, Black Protagonists, and way too many Digressions
Ben Gilyot joins me once again on PROJECTING. We discuss Bioware, changes in super hero movies and fandom, and as always, the politics of representation in media! Follow Ben on Twitter!Follow Greg on Twitter!www.filmindepth.com Thanks for listening! There were some minor technical mishaps, but after much editing the episode is now good to go.
Ben Zschunke and The Polar Bear Club
My good friend and fellow filmmaker, Ben Zschunke, came on Projecting! His new amazing feature film, The Polar Bear Club, which he produced/script supervised/co-wrote/etc. (too many roles to count!), just had its world premier in Nashville, TN. Check it out, follow his work, and enjoy our chat about The Polar Bear Club, our trip to Tennessee, and a bit about our current projects!
Roadtrip with the Fiancée!
So someone was crazy enough to say yes. Way to go, Ann Marshall! We got engaged, it was actually quite the operation. Find out from Ann Marshall herself (naturally I NEVER injected myself in the conversation) what went down as we take a drive to Austin, TX! We chat about the engagement, what's been going on in our lives lately, and give a little sneak peak in to recent reddit doc developments. We were on the road so there is a little background noise, but everything should be pretty clear (hooray noise cancellation!) Cheers
The Brothers Tilton
My brother returns to his humble abode in New Orleans, LA! We discussed the recent SCOTUS rulings, his time on "The Hill," and my favorite subject, his thesis on Creole Identity in Louisiana (most importantly, OBVIOUSLY, New Orleans!). Pretentiousness and accents abound in this "The Women's US Team just won the Women's World Cup!"-fueled episode of "Projecting."
Film, Rates, The DSLR Revolution, and I'm Getting my Eyes Lazered
This week I talk about working in film and some of the lessons along the way. From the DSLR Revolution enabling many like myself to break in to film, to how I sometimes struggle to walk the walk when it comes to my values and philosophies regarding film and beyond. Yes, the episode is late. What do you want from me? It's free.
A Little Throwback Filler for You - Cutie and the Boxer
Because I'm traveling, I decided to upload an old favorite from a podcast my friend Sarah and I did a while back. We focused on documentary films and discussed/mused/rambled over them. These will pop up from time to time when I am unavailable and/or when she and I decide to record more new ones! Weeeee!
Rufus Butler Comes to Town: A chat on the state of medicine, Kung Fury, and Halo.
My good friend Niels came to town! We discussed electronic medical records, the challenges of med school and the industry as a whole, how amazing Kung Fury was, and close with a little discussion on how awkward the end of Halo 4 is (his first play-through). www.gregtilton.com www.filmindepth.com Check out Kung Fury! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bS5P_LAqiVg Disclaimer: We are in no way affiliated with or sponsored by Kung Fury, Halo, or any of their representatives.