Objectified Q&A [New Podcast Series]

May 6, 2009

Episode 1

So I’m starting a Coffee and Celluloid Podcast series. Well, hopefully it’ll turn into a series. The catalyst for starting this is I recorded a few of the question and answer sessions from Full Frame, and I figured the best way to share that with you is through a podcast. So the first few episodes will just be Q&As from different films. In the longer term (but no promises) I hope to turn it into an interview series with interviews of filmmakers, photographers, and other cool people.

Episode 1 – Objectified

This first episode is from Objectified, directed by Gary Hustwit. You can download the episode from the link above. I’ll get this listed on iTunes soon.

The music is by El Ten Eleven.

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This podcast episode has a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike license. Basically you can share and reuse this episode however you like, but all I ask is that in return you also share it and you either credit me, Joey Daoud, or Coffee and Celluloid by linking back to this page.

Written by Joey Daoud

Joey Daoud is an award-winning documentary producer. When not filming he likes to climb mountains and brew coffee.

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