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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Dean Francis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Dean Francis, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Dean Francis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Dean Francis, often where they are interviewed.

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Achieving Financial Independence with Dean Francis

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Dean Francis is an SNSD with a Leading Financial Services Company and million-dollar earner. Dean started part-time during his senior year at Liberty University. Dean and his wife, Sarah, have 5 children and just celebrated 30 years of marriage. They have over 500 licensed Reps in their business, and their mission is to help others dream bigger and make it happen.

Dean talks about the benefit of being financially independent during the time of the global pandemic that is affecting so many people. Dean has been in the fortunate position of being able to work for himself and always being in charge of his career. He grew up wanting to have an impact on his life and create something big. He believes that success blesses others.

Jul 01 2020 · 38mins
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NLF 004 Dean Francis - How Automation Has Changed My Filmmaking Career and Business

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In this episode we talk with Australian director about his career thus far. We go into the state of the industry. The impact of VOD platforms on filmmakers, and what Dean is doing to help automate his video production company. 

Aug 23 2019 · 1hr 10mins
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"L'Aquilone du Estrellas (The Kite of Stars)" by Dean Francis Alfar

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A young woman sets out on a quest to find all of the impossible materials needed to build a kite that can carry her to the stars.



This episode is sponsored by Penguin Random House (www.penguinrandomhouse.com/levar), Calm (www.calm.com/LEVAR), and Betterhelp (www.betterhelp.com/levar code: LEVAR).

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Jun 18 2019 · 40mins
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SIX FROM DOWNTOWN by Dean Francis Alfar

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While he was stranded by a storm in Dumaguete, author Dean Francis Alfar felt an acute longing for home. He then decided to create an alternate Manila where "the strange was commonplace" in "Six from Downtown".   

This audio piece was originally published July 2010 with permission from the author, and read by Kate Aton-Osias and Blue Soon. Hosted and produced by Elyss Punsalan.

The story first saw print in Philippines Free Press (2006), then reappeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction Vol. 2 (2006, Kestrel), Dean’s collection Kite of Stars and Other Stories (2007, Anvil), as well as online in the Philippine Speculative Fiction Sampler. The piece won a prize in the 2007 Free Press Awards. 

Feb 16 2019 · 29mins
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24: #24 - Brendan Ingle & Dean Francis: A Tribute

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This week we lost two giants of the sport, Brendan Ingle and Dean Francis. We honour them by talking to some of those in the game who knew them best. The impact they had on the sport will not be forgotten.

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May 29 2018 · 49mins
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Episode 4 - Director of Drown - Dean Francis

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In the fourth episode of the Stories Through The Camera Podcast Chris sits down with Dean Francis; the Director, Cinematographer, Producer and Co-Writer of Australian independent feature film, Drown.

In this episode we discuss: how Dean’s experience directing his first feature film influenced the approach to his second film, what makes a Dean Francis film, the influences of German filmmaker Werner Herzog, as well as how making a movie can be therapeutic.  

Jun 26 2017 · 1hr 9mins
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Far Fetched Fables No 72 Dean Francis Alfar and Edward M. Erdelac

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First Story: “The Kite of Stars” by Dean Francis Alfar

The night when she thought she would finally be a star, Maria Isabella du’l Cielo struggled to calm the trembling of her hands, reached over to cut the tether that tied her to the ground, and thought of that morning many years before when she’d first caught a glimpse of Lorenzo du Vicenzio ei Salvadore: tall, thick-browed and handsome, his eyes closed, oblivious to the cacophony of the accident waiting to occur around him.

Maria Isabella had just turned sixteen then, and each set of her padrinos had given her (along with the sequined brida du caballo, the dresses of rare tulle, organza, and seda, and the diadema floral du’l dama – the requisite floral circlet of young womanhood) a purse filled with coins to spend on anything she wanted.  And so she’d gone past the Calle du Leones (where sleek cats of various pedigrees sometimes allowed themselves to be purchased, though if so, only until they tired of their new...  

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Sep 01 2015 · 1hr 6mins