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Vivian Hua

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Scarecrow Radio

Show NotesRich: 00:00:38 - 00:13:58Vivian Hua: 00:14:15 - 00:30:36Mark Steiner: 00:31:10 - 00:53:10Titles referenced in this episode:Iron EagleIron Eagle 2Aces: Iron Eagle IIIIron Eagle IVThe Fast and the Furious2 Fast 2 FuriousThe Fast and the Furious: Tokyo DriftFast and FuriousFast FiveFast & Furious 6Furious 7The Fate of the FuriousThe Librarian: Quest for the SpearThe Librarian: Return to King Solomon’s MinesThe Librarian III: The Curse of the Judas ChaliceThe LibrariansFriday the 13th: The SeriesIndiana Jones and the Last Crusade3 Ninjas3 Ninjas Kick Back3 Ninjas Knuckle Up3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega MountainJarheadJarhead 2: Field of FireJarhead 3: The SiegeJarhead: Law of ReturnJawsJaws 2Jaws 3-DJaws: The RevengeMidnight RunAnother Midnight RunMidnight RunaroundMidnight Run for Your LifeShrekShrek 2Shrek the ThirdShrek Forever AfterPuss in BootsAlvin and the ChipmunksAlvin and the Chipmunks: The SqueakquelAlvin and the Chipmunks: ChipwreckedAlvin and the Chipmunks: The Road ChipThe SubstituteThe Substitute 2: School’s OutThe Substitute 3: Winner Take AllThe Substitute: Failure is Not an OptionWishmasterWishmaster 2: Evil Never DiesWishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of HellWishmaster 4: The Prophecy FulfilledNemesisNemesis 2: NebulaNemesis 3: Prey HarderNemesis 4: Death AngelBeautyBoiz: The CollectiveThe Year of My Japanese CousinSongs from Mark Steiner's segment:The Smugglers - Make You MineThe Young Fresh Fellows - I Don't Let the Little Things Get Me DownJanis Tanaka, Kurt Bloch, Ken Stringfellow, and Mike Musburger - In America (The Fastbacks cover)Extra special thanks for Scarecrow's own Wil Long for the theme music!


22 Sep 2020

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S01/E03 - Diversity in Film: A Conversation with Vivian Hua

TwoOhSix Podcast

TwoOhSix.com presents the first ever TwoOhSix Podcast Series, Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry. Episode Three features Vivian Hua who is  currently the Executive Director at Seattle's Northwest Film Forum, a nonprofit film and arts center located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of downtown Seattle. Vivian shared some very interesting insight into the topic as well as giving the lowdown on what the film forum is up to. Diversity in Film: Conversations from Within the Industry is hosted by TwoOhSix.com founder Marc Morin and features conversations with actors, directors, producers, film critics and more all discussing their thoughts on diversity in an industry that has been in need of some new perspectives and fresh voices. The podcast series launches on Monday, May 11th and will continue weekly with new episodes released every Monday.


18 May 2020

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13: Creating Film and Community with Vivian Hua

Folk Stories

Vivian Hua is the director of the Northwest Film Forum (NWFF) , a non-profit film and arts center dedicated to public dialogue and creative action through collective cinematic experiences. Prior to NWFF, Vivian was Communications Manager for ICANNWiki, a collaborative resource dedicated to simplifying the complex issues, policies, and players in the sphere of internet governance. Vivian was also editor in chief of REDEFINE Magazine, a print and web magazine focused on music and the arts. Vivian got a BA in sociology focused on Law, Society & Justice. Social justice has been a central theme in Vivian's life and is reflected in the work she pursues. In 2017, Vivian released Searching Skies, a narrative short film about a Syrian refugee family. The film was screened in 50 venues across the US and accompanied by a discussion series where people could meet a Muslim person, sometimes for the first time, and ask questions. In today's episode, we talk about Vivian's vision for the NWFF, Vivian's sudden decision to pursue film upon turning 30, and exploring social justice with film. Quote When I turned 30, I had a personal revelation. I spent my entire 20's supporting other peoples art … So how do I work on my own now and had a calling to do film – Vivian Hua Notes what is NWFF getting started in film divination and following signs typical day hosting film discussions searching skies current projects routines to recharge vr and film community and diversity at NWFF marketing art Closing inspiration being inspired by the person that you're with surprising fact used to be a huge raver and gamer principles be authentic to who you are closing anyone who has a cool idea, reach out to Vivian and the NWFF open to random emails Links NWFF REDEFINE Searching Skies Tessa Hulls Vivian's Website The Seventh Art Stand Katamari Damacy Searching Bandersnatch Contact LinkedIn Email: hellomynameisvee@gmail.com These shownotes are also available at http://folkstories.org/13folkstories.org@kevins8


25 Mar 2019