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It’s business as usual on this week’s show. What do we mean by that? Well, your friends in podcasting discuss how innovative ideas and inventions that could change the world and help people don’t get widespread attention because they don’t fit into an industry’s bottom line or the pre-existing marketing and distribution paradigms. This discussion leads to such examples as electric cars, laptops, iPads and even the entertainment industry.
Of course, it’s also business as usual in that Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness discuss the Live Event(s) of the Week, the Chillpak Hollywood Lawsuit of the Week and Celebrity Deaths.
All that, plus what films Dean and Phil have seen and what they are reading.
If you would like to learn more about the planned demolition of famed Pickfair Studios in Hollywood, please visit this site.
If you’re going to be in Los Angeles on Friday 30 March, or in Sacramento on Sunday 15 April, why not come on out to meet Dean and Phil and see their film The Truth is Out There? Learn how, right here.
Life as an actor on stage and screen is the topic on today’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, featuring special guest Lily Holleman.
Lily can be seen in theatres (and V.O.D. and iTunes starting October 1) in @urFRENZ, giving a performance that Variety called “iconic”.
Next month, she will appear on-stage at the 1,000 seat South Coast Rep in Southern California in a revival of the legendary Horton Foote’s The Trip to Bountiful (in the role created by Eva Marie Saint).
Soon, she will be heard in the cartoon series Captain Daddy, singing the theme song and lending her voice talents to a cast that includes Ed Asner, Fred Willard and Traci Lords.
Other Lily Holleman roles include a starring role the Lifetime movie Queen Sized, a recurring role on both the drama series “Southland” and the Showtime series “Tracey Ullman’s State of the Union”, and a guest-starring role on the Disney favorite “Sonny with a Chance”.
If you love name-dropping, and if you’ve been longing for a surprise visit from Christopher Walken and political strategist James Carville to YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, then this episode is a MUST listen!
Oh, and if you’re intrigued by this show’s discussion of ET Sculptures, be sure to visit artist Cynthia Crawford’s website.