For those confused, this is not a French language podcast. But this podcast does kiss in french.In this episode, recurring character, Joey Clift shows up to talk about his short film, "My First Native American Boyfriend". He also chats it up about "Molly of Denali", "Spirit Rangers" and the comedy central cartoon shorts.For more of Joey Clift, check his website:http://www.joeyclift.com/And go here to watch his short film, "My First Native American Boyfriend":https://vimeo.com/556922770?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=1778071The music is"Dead Deer" by Kat Lock from "The Retrograde" EP.Thanks for listening.Remember, don't just keep it real, keep itREEL INDIGENOUS!
This week we had the chance to sit with Writer/comedian and cat enthusiast Joey Clift. Joey has written for Nerdist, Lego Ninjago, Looney Tues, SyFy an more so go, listen and enjoy! Check out the website www.TheMixTapePod.com You can write us firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 513-437-2377 513-He Rad 77 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mixtapepod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mixtapepod/support
0:00 Why We’re Joeys! 5:15 Introduction to Joey Clift 11:55 New Deal 4 Animation!!! 25:15 What YOU Can Do 27:18 Chasing His Cheese! 46:54 Joey’s Process and Works 58:00 Surprise Question! TOP 5 ANIMATED SERIES This episode, I talk with comedian, comedy writer, and animation writer, Joey Clift! Joey and I talk about what it’s like being Joeys! Then, we get an introduction into Joey Clift and some of his projects, including writing for the first ever animated tv show created by, written by, and starring Native people - catch Spirit Rangers, coming soon to Netflix. Joey also discusses the plight of the animation worker, and the union contract negotiations calling for a New Deal 4 Animation - a fight for equal pay and benefits as their live-action counterparts. Joey tells us what we can all do to help. Conscious consumerism is key - for fans of animation and animation allies, we can all do our part by educating ourselves on the fight, and showing and vocalizing our support by following the following twitter accounts and using the following hashtags: @tagwriters @tagstorygroup @colordesign839 #newdeal4animation #payanimationwriters #equalpayforequalpaint #storycraftunite Then, we deep dive into Joey’s history and work, from aspiring tv weather personality, to comedy writer. How he got into comedy, how he got into writing, how he got into animation, AND why didn’t he become a weather person?! Most importantly, does Joey like Star Wars? We talk about his process for writing, and whether that process changes when the medium changes. As well as, what about his process gets him excited, and keeps him passionate about the work. And, I’ve got a Surprise Question for Joey - or is it 5 Surprise Questions? What are your Top 5 Animated Shows? Let me know what you thought of my conversation with Joey! And let me know what your Top 5 Animated Shows are! Be sure to Follow Joey and check out his work: Telling People You’re Native American When You’re Not Native Is A Lot Like Telling A Bear You’re A Bear When You’re Not A Bear How to Cope with Your Team Changing Its Native American Mascot Website: joeyclift.com Twitter: @joeytainment IG: @joeycliiiiiift And you can find us here: Twitter: @kryptonalderaan IG: @kryptontoalderaan Facebook: @kryptontoalderaan Email: email@example.com Please, also share this show and leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you're listening! It would really help us and help people find us! Thanks for listening! We would really like to know how people who are listening feel about the show so, if you could/want to, drop us a line on Twitter, Facebook, and/or Instagram, or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Give us a like, follow, comment, quick email, tweet, whatever and let us know how we’re doing. We’d really appreciate the feedback and it would help us to understand this whole podcasting thing going forward. If you want to take it to the next level, leave us a review wherever you’re listening to this.
In this week's episode, Melissa and Desiree interview special guest Joey Clift! Joey is a comedian, TV writer, and enrolled Cowlitz Indian Tribal Member. Writing credits include Spirit Rangers on Netflix, New Looney Tunes on Cartoon Network and Molly of Denali on PBS. He was named one of Uproxx’s “26 Native American Comedians To Follow in 2020” and his animated digital short How to Cope with Your Team Changing Its Native American Mascot was released by Comedy Central in October 2021. Most importantly, he created the LA Underground Cat Network, which is a 15,000-member strong Facebook group for Los Angeles comedians to share pictures of their cats.
Creating in Color Ep 21: New Deal for Animation Chat with Sadako Leong-Suzuki and Joey Clift
Creating in Color
In this Month's episode we speak with Joey Clift and welcome back Sadako to discuss "New Deal for Animation". We talk about what this means, how color designers, writers and story artists in animation are treated, and different ways the public can show support. Please consider signing the petition here: https://t.co/ng0jcZBJhK and following the animation guild @animationguild on Instagram and Twitter.
This week comedy writer Joey Clift joins Charlie on the Cripescast. Joey is an enrolled member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe. They discuss Native representation in Hollywood, his journey to screenwriting and the process of pitching a show. Follow Joey on Twitter @joeytainment and on Instagram @joeycliiiiiift Follow Charlie on all socials @charlieberens Follow the Cripescast @cripescast on all platforms Special thanks to JollyGood Soda and Duluth Trading Co. for sponsoring the podcast.
Comedy writer and king of internet bits, Joey Clift, joins Keila for a candid conversation to kick off 2022. Topics include:Growing up on a Native American reservationHow he got started in comedySensory deprivation tanks - what is it like?Being in an emotionally abusive relationship, and how to choose better for yourselfFollow Joey Clift: @joeytainment (Twitter) // @joeycliiiiiift (IG)Follow host Keila Dolle: @keiladolle // @cryingbehindpodSPONSORS:Use code CRYING to get 20% off your entire order of CBD products at Papa & Barkley. https://www.papaandbarkley.com/Be sure to follow Crying Behind Sunglasses on your podcast app and leave a review!Episode guides and more info: www.cryingbehindpod.com
Tawny and Andrew welcome back friend of the show Joey Clift! They discuss Garfield shirts and the almost unanimous vote by IATSE members in TV and film to authorize the first nationwide industry strike in its 128-year history. We also talk about Joey's new short video for Comedy Central called "How to Cope with Your Team Changing Its Native American Mascot." Check it out!The episode wraps up with listener questions about other countries' depiction of diversity in children's books and the mohawk hairstyle. Leave a voicemail with your questions at 323-389-RACE and subscribe to Tawny and Andrew's bonus podcasts at suboptimalpods.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The spooky season is upon us, and it's time we finally discuss the well-known and well-supported theory that the world's most famous horror writer is himself a ghost. But not just any ghost. No, today we're getting into the theory that Stephen King is in fact a thousand year old ghost who smuggled his way over to the United States of America purely to get revenge on the North American Indigenous people by way of writing really racist books. If you're wondering how he got here, why he just sort of hung out for 500 years of American history, and how he's getting away with it, our good friend the hilarious comedian Joey Clift will explain it all. Sit back and relax as we cruise through 1000 years of mystical and spiritual European history.
This week, Nadia and Steve welcome back writer Joey Clift (@joyetainment) to discuss Killdozer, aka the story behind Colorado resident Marvin Heemeyer and the death-defying homemade bulldozer he built after several disputes with his city council members. What causes a man to bulldoze a town? Why is this a cautionary tale about how right-wing YouTube commentators define "hero" on the Internet? And when did Nadia become the spokesperson for Granby tourism?! Let's do this again some time!