Take 21 - Graphic Novelist and screenwriter Bryan Hill, Titans and Batman and the Outsiders
Screaming into the Hollywood Abyss
We talk to writer and graphic novelist Bryan Hill.He tells us about an extraordinarily cruel early rejection, how he channeled that, and other setbacks, into success and why he feels without failure he wouldn’t have done what he’s done.Bryan talks passionately about dealing with setbacks, staying true to the writer you want to be and helping your managers help you.And he also gives the most extraordinary piece of advice to aspiring writers - a step-by-step walkthrough of a winning movie formula, complete with suggested titles. An insightful, thoughtful, inspiring and practical guide to making it in the world of writing.
Bryan Hill (Titans, Batman and the Outsiders) joins Antony to talk about writing for TV, meditating on outlines, and writing twenty pages a day (!)Bryan Hill on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bryanedwardhill ***Antony on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AntonyJohnstonSupport W&B on Patreon: https://patreon.com/writingandbreathing
THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY: Bryan Hill chats to us about "BUDDY 93: TOGETHER AGAIN" 7 May 2020
MILLER TIME RADIO LIVE!
Bryan Hill chats to us before the ONLINE Theatre production of "BUDDY 93': Together again" (The Buddy Holly Story) The reunion of cast and crew, featuring some of South Africa's best known actors. Information from the promotional post: So many of my unforgettable memories of the 90's are somehow linked to the hit musical THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY, (both here and in London) or at least has the Buddy Holly soundtrack playing in the background in some way 😉 Opening in 1993, it was the first bio-musical of its kind in South Africa and shaped they way we do musical theatre in so many ways, ever since! And I just love the music! Buddy Holly's music is timeless! &SCENE's BUDDY '93 : TOGETHER AGAIN kicks off its new, more intimate version tomorrow, archiving celebrated moments in South African theatre long past!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/millertimemedia/support
Ep 48 Dr. Bryan Hill Psychotherapist, Mentor, Son of a Air Force Veteran
Move Happy Movement
On today's episode I interview Dr. Bryan Hill! He and I met at the psychiatric hospital where Move Happy was born. He played a critical role in supporting me achieve a promotion by trusting in me to provide 1:1 treatment with my positive psychology style and fitness inclusion therapy. I cannot thank him enough! He is a full-time private practice Psychotherapist in the Pacific Northwest and would LOVE to get connected to anyone looking to become a therapist in the future. He loves mentoring those that take responsibility for their lives and need some guidance from his wisdom. Make sure to connect with him on LinkedIn and shoot him a message if you're needing to be mentored.
INVESTIGATING ComicClub - MARVEL Dawn of X X-Men REVIEW: Fallen Angels #1 by Bryan Hill
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Writer Bryan Hill walks through the newest installment of "Batman and the Outsiders," a new incarnation of the classic hero collective following 2016's DC Rebirth.Available for Purchase Here:https://www.comixology.com/Batman-and-the-Outsiders-2019-8/digital-comic/822549COMIC BOOK COMMENTARY IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/comic-book-commentary
"Tapping into the side of you that has that internal drive is super important because discipline’s a really hard thing, right? Cadence and consistency to me matters, and when I know I’m off loop is when I don’t have that consistency or cadence. If you take any successful business, any successful athlete, the reality is what makes them most successful is some sort of cadence and consistency."Excited to share a conversation I recently had with my good friend Bryan Hill for this week’s episode of the podcast.Bryan is the co-owner and CEO of Rehab United Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy, which has offices in both San Diego and Seattle. A physical therapist by trade, Bryan was a collegiate All-American in soccer and played professionally for 5 years before opening Rehab United with his brother Sean in 2003. He took up running and triathlon after his soccer career ended and he also coaches a small roster of athletes in those two sports.In this conversation, we dug into Bryan’s story, how he got into physical therapy and developed his treatment philosophy, the importance of cadence and consistency in anything you do, why community matters so much to him, what runners can do to get strong and stay healthy, and a lot more.This episode is brought to you by the 37th annual Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Half Marathon, 10K & 5K. Run through San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, and along the Pacific Ocean on these fast and scenic courses. This event is presented by Pamakid Runners and supports local San Francisco Bay Area community organizations and nonprofits with donations of more than $75,000 per year. Mark your calendars—race day is February 2, 2020. Register today at getfitkpsf.com, and use code SHAKEOUT5 to save $5 on registration if you register before November 30, 2019.Complete show notes: https://themorningshakeout.com/podcast-episode-86-with-bryan-hill/Sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday morning: www.themorningshakeout.com/subscribe/Support the morning shakeout on Patreon: www.patreon.com/themorningshakeout
We interview special guest Bryan Hill, a comic author, screenwriter and filmmaker. His current projects include Batman and The Outsiders (DC Comics), Angel (Boom studios), Fallen Angels (Marvel), TITANS (DC Universe/WB). He is from Saint Louis, Missouri and currently lives in Los Angeles, CA.In this episode, we talk to Bryan about his current projects, the differences between working for DC and Marvel, why his work on “Kilmonger” has the most of him in it, and his research (which included interviewing white nationalists) while writing “American Carnage”.LINKS!Bryan’s Contact InfoTwitter (@bryanedwardhill) - https://twitter.com/bryanedwardhillInstagram(@bryanehill) - https://www.instagram.com/bryanehillBryan’s WorksAmerican Carnage Issue #1 - https://www.dccomics.com/comics/american-carnage-2018/american-carnage-1Batman and the Outsiders Issue #1 - https://www.dccomics.com/comics/batman-and-the-outsiders-1Comic Book Series “Angel” (based on the character from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) - http://www.boom-studios.com/series/angel/DC Titans - https://www.dcuniverse.com/videos/titans/164/season-1?page=1