Posts Tagged ‘culture’
Because Dean Haglund is packing up for Galaxy Fest in Colorado Springs, Colorado (to perform comedy and show The Truth Is Out There), and Phil Leirness is hitting the road for the 2012 International UFO Congress in Fountain Hills, Arizona (where the TRUTH is also screening), this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour is coming to you a few hours later than we like.
It is, however, one of our very best shows!
That it’s President’s Day in the U.S. leads to a discussion of presidential UFO lore, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, JFK, Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball and Merv Griffin. The special friendship between The UK’s “The Midweek Drive” and YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, leads to a discussion of Phil’s pajamas and his forthcoming tour of the UK. The book The Wayfinders leads to a discussion of cultural relativism, the biosphere, the ethnosphere, the living history of Los Angeles, and Dreamtime and The Dream Factory. An Albert Einstein quote leads to a discussion of the intuitive mind and the rational mind and the way we might move beyond divisiveness in an effort to address the common challenges facing us all. The Chillpak Hollywood Live Event of the Week leads to a discussion of Phil’s admiration for an actress he had never before seen, the best director working in theatre today, and the way storytellers strengths in one medium can serve as weakness in another.
All that, plus TWO Chillpak Hollywood Lawsuits of the Week (the one involving Chris Pine, “Captain Kirk” from JJ Abrams’ re-booth of Star Trek is a paticular hoot.
Your friends in podcasting definitely brought their “A” game. We hope you will enjoy it enough to share it with others …
It’s Dean and Phil’s last show ever on the Farpoint Media Network. At some point this week, the switch over to a new server will be taking place and even your friends in Podcasting have no concrete knowledge of how this will affect their “back catalogue” of shows or their iTunes subscribers. What we do know is this: The newest installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour rocks! It begins with a touching look back at the history of the show and it’s humble origins. That segues into a forthright, honest discussion about the economic realities facing show sponsor Chillpak and in a larger sense about the nature and makeup of the entire economy … The usual topics are also touched on, of course, from the latest film and television news to feedback from you (yes, you), Dean and Phil’s partners in podcasting crime, who wrote in response to topics covered over the past few weeks. Enjoy, and know that one thing will never change: Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness will be bringing you a free hour of weekly podcasting goodness as long as they are able!
Hilarious and informative, show and business, Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness, it’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour. The future of the internet, the future of freedom of speech, the future of movies, the future of Dean Haglund as a new American citizen are all discussed. Phil discusses the past, focusing on his fascination with dreams and the dream language of films, as well as on several remakes of classic films in the development stage, as well as some cinematic “lost” treasures that might be coming to a screen near you. Something that WILL be coming to a screen near you is The Truth Is Out There, which has a sneak preview screening on Saturday 26 February in San Leandro, California as part of UFO X Fest. Trust us when we tell you that this week’s show is chock full of goodness. And the next two shows are already planned and promise to delight. Changes are afoot, however, so if you wish to keep enjoying YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour without interruption, please make sure to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and in case there’s complications, we’ll keep you directly informed!
Happy 2011! Welcome to a very special episode of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour. This is the 4th year running that your friends in podcasting, Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness will boldly proclaim their New Year’s Resolutions. First, they discuss the importance of resolutions before launching into a recap and appraisal of how each of them fared in living up to their resolutions for 2010. Finally, they state their goals for 2011, as well as the intent with which they intend to embody these resolutions.