Today’s interview dives into the world of NFT’s…a new medium of art that many people still don’t quite understand. That’s why, today’s guest, David Bianchi, explains the what and the why behind NFTs, as well as his thoughts, experience, and advice on this new medium. David is a globally recognized spoken word poet, the creator of Spinema the art form he dubs “spinning cinema through spoken word.” and has produced over a dozen high-concept spoken word films. Most recently, he minted the World’s first Award-Winning Spoken Word Film NFT that auctioned very successfully and all proceeds are being donated to the George Floyd Memorial Foundation. At the end of the episode, David shares a journaling question for inspiring you to inquire within. So be sure to listen to the full episode to not miss out. Find more from David: https://davidbianchi.actor/
S2E30 - How Your Spoken Words Can Speak Beyond Your Words (with David Bianchi)
Coaching, Cocktails, & Conversations
David Bianchi, poet, actor, philanthropist, just to name a few, joins us on this episode to talk everything from making history in the NFT space, as the first spoken word performance poet to create an NFT. Unfamiliar with what an NFT is and how powerful of a currency it is? No worries, he shares all of the details during our conversation. But David doesn't just stop there. His "spinema" of "I Can't Breathe" has reached millions and has reshaped how we fuse poetry, art, cinema, social consciousness and our words into a true artform to make money, while impacting community. 100% of the proceeds of his "I Can't Breathe" piece will benefit The George Floyd Foundation and his aim is to raise $150K more dollars for non-profits by December 31, 2021 to pour into the communities that each "spinema" profits. In today's episode, COACHING leaves you with an exercise of "soul work" called The Circle of You. We look at limiting beliefs and relate them back to the power that our thoughts and our words have and how you may be able to look at them a bit differently. COCKTAILS celebrates the amazingness of who you are and reminds you of the affirmation that you are greatness where you stand. Own it and own the words that you say to yourself and to others. CONVERSATIONS are where you hear David Bianchi share stories of when he was young and how words shaped him, a bit of inspiration to leave us motivated to action, what he feels is a barrier that still faces him today and his 4 minute, 50 second, power piece of work called, "I Can't Breathe." The Breakdown of the Show: 0.19 - Intro of David Bianchi and teaser of his work 1.42 - Welcome 2.09 - Affirmation from Walker & Walker Enterprises 4.11 - Invitation to upcoming Women's Weekend Renewal Retreat 5.25 - COACHING and Soul Work - The Circle of You Excercise 10.46 - COCKTAILS where I gift a cheers to each of you 12.08 - CONVERSATIONS with David Bianchi 47.02 - I CAN'T BREATHE - Spinema David Bianchi Links: Website - with links to all of his social media platforms - https://davidbianchi.actor/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/davidbianchi, which includes the video of the work within this episode and additional work, to include, Malcom Jamal Warner IMDB - https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1384118/ Other Important Links: To order affirmation cards or personalized affirmations by Walker & Walker Enterprises - https://www.lolitawalker.com/shop To join the upcoming Women's Weekend Renewal Retreat - https://www.lolitawalker.com/retreats To listen to Lolita's TEDx Talk - https://bit.ly/LolitaTakesTedx To learn all things Lolita including products and services - https://www.lolitawalker.com Coaching Cocktails & Conversations: The Podcast - You are here / The ZoomCast - register at www.lolitawalker.com, The Clubhouse - Join the Club on the app and #letschat
Actor, Filmmaker and Poet David Bianchi created the first spoken word NFT. The NFT focused on the continuing injustice of police brutality in America. His piece was sold for over $12,000 and all funds went to the George Floyd Memorial fund. David was interviewed on Forbes regarding his spoken word NFT.
Driving Change Through NFTs and Spoken Word With David Bianchi
Smart Art Business
In this episode, Rachel Wilkins speaks with David Bianchi, a multi disciplinary artist, motivator, actor and poet on spoken word as a deep form of expression, use of film as an outlet for buried emotion and the power actors and poets have in helping effect change.They touched on inclusivity of people of colour in the conversations, co-existence of NFTs and Clubhouse post COVID19 and how to embrace your imperfections and get out of your own way.
The Quote of the Day Show | Daily Motivational Talks
Being good enough is a good thing, but being great is on a whole different level. In this episode, David Bianchi illustrates to us how “good enough” is the true nemesis of being great, encouraging us to not be comfortable with just good enough. There’s nothing wrong with being good, but he challenges us to go beyond the good, to step out of our comfort zones, and go for the great. In the end, it’s not about the skill or knowledge you lack that will hold you back, but the lack of will to just let good enough be good enough.Source: HOW TO BE GREAT | A Motivation Leadership Path to Success | Success Speech | David BianchiHosted by Sean Croxton.Follow me on IG at instragram.com/seancroxton
Today on The Neil Haley Show, Neil Haley will interview David Bianchi of Queen of The South. Originally from Rochester, NY now based in Hollywood, CA he first hit the stage in 3rd grade. He is classically trained and holds a BFA in Theatre and Film from Arizona State where he carried lead roles in multiple main stage shows. He graduated Magna Cum Laude. David is Afro-Brazilian / Italian and fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and English. With almost 100 IMDB credits he can be seen in studio films like Birds of Prey starring Margot Robbie, Priest starring Paul Bettany and Filly Brown starring Gina Rodriguez. He is major recur in Season 4 of USA's Queen of The South while recurring in season 2 of Insatiable for Netflix as well as numerous TV appearances on hit shows like HBO's Westworld, MacGyver, Animal Kingdom, Shooter, The Last Ship, and many more. He is an active voting member of the prestigious Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. David's approach to performance is truly about the mechanics and the instincts conveyed in the text. David says, "Our job is to translate text into a moving, palpable and visceral experience for the audience, to evoke a catharsis. To bring the words to life in a way that is honest to it's present, past and future. The subtext is the instinctual, emotional manuscript of the character.."
This week's guest is a manager who has guided artist careers across extreme metal, punk, indie, mainstream pop and several other genres – a onetime self-confessed goth from Corby , a Midlands steel town, David Bianchi started out as , in his own words, a pretty hopeless musician and transitioned into the role of artist manager after a close friend told him he was “shit” and should try something else . A stint in club promotion at the birth of Britpop saw him hook up with legendary Mark Morrison manager johnny laws before branching out on his own. Just some of the artists whose careers David has overseen include The libertines, Tom Grennan, Killing Joke, The enemy, Charli XCX, Ashnikko, Barnes Courtney – the list goes on and on… This was a fun chat, so sit back and enjoy this episode of ‘My Beautiful Mistakes’ ….
David Bianchi - Dropping Truth about Black Lives and Why They Matter
Break It Down Show
David Bianchi - Dropping Truth about Black Lives and Why They Matter - Actor, artist, poet, motivator- does it all. When George Floyd was killed, he was inspired to write and perform the poem, . Watch his performance of I Can't Breathe Pete A Turner and David sit down for a powerful episode of the Break It Down Show. As many of you know, Pete insists on gathering perspective even with the most challenging topics. "We've got to be tough enough to listen" We agree, we can take it and David delivers truths that we're forced to reckon with. HaikuInjustice for someIs an injustice for allGet off people’s necks Get your raffle tickets for the Save the Brave rifle at Join us in supporting Save the Brave as wie battle PTSD. Similar episodes: Executive Producer/Host/Intro: Pete A Turner Producer: Damjan Gjorgjiev The Break It Down Show is your favorite best, new podcast, featuring 5 episodes a week with great interviews highlighting world-class guests from a wide array of shows.
David Bianchi of Queen of The SouthToday on The Neil Haley Show, Neil Haley will interview David Bianchi of Queen of The South.Originally from Rochester, NY now based in Hollywood, CA he first hit the stage in 3rd grade. He is classically trained and holds a BFA in Theatre and Film from Arizona State where he carried lead roles in multiple main stage shows. He graduated Magna Cum Laude. David is Afro-Brazilian / Italian and fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and English.With almost 100 IMDB credits he can be seen in studio films like Birds of Prey starring Margot Robbie, Priest starring Paul Bettany and Filly Brown starring Gina Rodriguez. He is major recur in Season 4 of USA's Queen of The South while recurring in season 2 of Insatiable for Netflix as well as numerous TV appearances on hit shows like HBO's Westworld, MacGyver, Animal Kingdom, Shooter, The Last Ship, and many more. He is an active voting member of the prestigious Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.David's approach to performance is truly about the mechanics and the instincts conveyed in the text. David says, "Our job is to translate text into a moving, palpable and visceral experience for the audience, to evoke a catharsis. To bring the words to life in a way that is honest to it's present, past and future. The subtext is the instinctual, emotional manuscript of the character.."