Today's guests, Mary Patterson and Christa Erwin, are members of the Seattle
Anti-War Coalition, which was the principal organizer for a planned speaking
event in Seattle by Medea Benjamin, co-founder of Code Pink and long-time
critic of US foreign policy and militari...
Nancy Beiman is an author, artist, director, teacher, and writer who in 1979
became the first female graduate from the California Institute for the Arts'
Character Animation program, and has been helping open doors for women
artists ever since.
As a young animator in th...
In this never-before-aired informal conversation with Words and Pictures
host S.W. Conser, award-winning graphic novelist Craig Thompson shares his
thoughts about storytelling, artistic discipline, cultural exchange, faith,
and the fight for a more humane world.
In this extended conversation with film programmer Elliot Lavine, we take an
even deeper dive into mid-century movie history.
For the past forty years, Elliot has been introducing audiences to vintage
cinema, first in San Francisco and now in Portland. His regular Film ...
Film programmer Elliot Lavine has been introducing audiences to vintage
cinema for decades, first in San Francisco and now in Portland. His regular
Film Noir festival I Wake Up Dreaming is a popular event, as are his theme
screenings of subversive science fiction and Cold-...
Award Winning Casting Director, Jackie Burch, joins Poxy & Ragan to discuss
her extensive career working on some of Hollywood's most notable movies such
as The Breakfast Club, Coming to America, Die Hard, Hidden Figures, and many
On this episode of The Gap, Tammy and Althea interview Lisa Loving, with the
Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods about a free workshop happening this
weekend called "Get Your News Out!" We discuss the importance of highlighting
the small things, the wins, and the ways t...