Conjectural Technologies Presents: An Interview with Lisa Hammer -Rerun
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Hey there everyone! We’re on a touch of a hiatus right now, just about to be swinging back into gear, but here’s our interview with Lisa Hammer as a rerun while you wait! So if you missed it the first time, enjoy! If you heard the first time but wanted to pull it back up for her quote on wether or not she will be back for the upcoming VB movie, or you’ve just missed our voices the last 3 or so months, well, you enjoy it too! From everyone here at HLPR, we just want to thank the lovely Mrs.Lisa one more time, and hope y’all enjoy it.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hench4life/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hench4life/support
Lisa Hammer is a film director, writer and musician. She is best recognized as the voice of Triana Orpheus on the Adult Swim cartoon The Venture Bros. She has written/directed independent dark comedy feature and short films such as Pox and Pus$bucket, and the CMJ Film Festival winner The Invisible Life of Thomas Lynch which she co-wrote and co-directed with James Merendino (SLC Punk). Lisa's films have won awards from dozens of festivals including: the CMJ Film Festival, Telly Awards, Hugo Awards, It Came From Kuchar Film Festival, the Chicago Underground Film Festival, Canada International Screenplay Festival, Ontario Film Festival, Antimatter, Indieworks and two from New York Press. She has had one-woman shows at the Olympia Film Festival, Perth International Film Festival, and the Duolun Art Museum in Shanghai, China. Her surrealist silent film Empire of Ache was recently acquired by The Getty Museum’s feminist film collection, curated by Miranda July. Her storytelling abilities support not only writing, but her editing, gaining her the reputation for saving shelved films as “The Edit Doctor”. Hammer’s most recent film The Sisters Plotz, starring Eve Plumb (The Brady Bunch) was recently acquired by Amazon Prime, the Roku Channel and FandangoNow. Hammer co-created and co-writes the original series Maybe Sunshine now on the Seeka TV channel on Roku. Her new "Environmental-Comedy-Sci Fi- Horror" screenplay Ghostapus is winning and placing in dozens of festivals and screenplay contests and is in development. We talked about her career and the gritty days in New York where you could have rent control and live as an artist.
Filmmaker, musician, and actress Lisa Hammer spoke to us about her awesome life. From her very early films made possible by editing video for an s&m company to her career as a medieval shoegaze singer and so much more! 1:00 "That kids going places” - how Lisa feels about Grant4:30 Lisa went to Emerson College9:30 Lisa loves silent and exploitation films 12:30 Bizarre Video - editing s&m 15:20 "On God’s Day he would write porno descriptions”16:00 Pus Bucket18:30 Lisa got prison mail! 24:30 Pox25:30 Lisa moved to LA and worked at THX27:00 Star Wars inside gossip 32:20 Lisa falls in love! 36:30 Requiem in White37:55 Metallica dug it41:50 We listen to Lisa’s new track!43:10 Maybe Sunshine46:30 Fuck cancer51:00 Wilson Arts Diversified 54:30 Cleaning human feces and needleshttp://www.lisahammer.com/ https://www.youtube.com/user/lisahammer
Dress Code Cracker Episode 4: Lisa Stockton Wilson AKA Lisa Hammer
Dress Code Cracker: the podcast -- style and communication
Lisa Stockton Wilson (aka Lisa Hammer/Trianna Orpheus) met with me at her home in Queens NY to discuss punk, Pippi Longstocking, the hill people of Indonesia, thrift store pickings and Gothic Lolita. She's a film maker, actor and musician--and obsessive collector of clothes. Her influences are eclectic and her enthusiasm for fashion stems from her appreciation of other art forms: German expressionist film, late 19th century symbolism and on to modern music/TV and film. I loved that she thought everyone's style was influenced by art--if only.