Hannah Black & Niki Kottmann: Equity for the People of Color Who Call Cheyenne Home
What's Your Why?
Podcasters! Hannah Black and Niki Kottmann, both journalists with the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, joined us for an in depth discussion about their recent research on how government participation, voting, and elected leadership positions represent the minority voice. And if not, why? In short, the overwhelming answer is no. Listen to the episode to hear their thoughts and findings. We appreciate you Niki and Hannah for your precious time!
A Reel Interview with Filmmaker's Hannah Black and Megan Petersen
The Reel Rant
Hey everyone! I have filmmaker's Hannah Black and Megan Petersen on the show today. I had a blast talking with them about their careers and where they are going, and of course, their first feature film Drought. Enjoy! Links for Hannah Black IMDb Instagram Twitter Links for Megan Petersen IMDb Instagram Twitter Hannah and Megan's Duplass Pitch Video Mark and Jay Duplass time code - 1:35:45 Give the show a REVIEW and a SUBSCRIBE on iTunes Partreon Link - https://www.patreon.com/thereelrant Follow the show on Twitter @TheReelRantPod Follow the show on Instagram @thereelrant Follow our page on Facebook Email us at email@example.com Guest Intro/Outro Music - "One Fine Day" by The Insider, used under CC BY / Song shortened from original Intro/Outro Music - "Comedie" by Jahzzar, used under CC BY / Song shortened from original
Winning Seed and Spark’s Hometown Hero Competition and Working With the Duplass Brothers w/ Hannah Black and Megan Petersen!
Making Movies is HARD!!!
This week Liz and Alrik welcome return guests Hannah Black and Megan Petersen to talk about their first feature film Drought, which won Seed and Spark’s Hometown Heroes competition back in 2017. Megan and Hannah talk to us about what they have learned from working with Mark and Jay Duplass on their film and the long road they took to getting their film finished once they got their greenlight! We also have international filmmakers (names) to talk about their latest 1980’s inspired sci-fi short film ‘Slice of Life’ which they made using all the old techniques used on films like Blade Runner and no CGI whatsoever! Where to Find Megan, Hannah, Dino and Luka! Megan and Hannah's Website! Drought on Facebook! Slice of Life's Website Dino Julius' Website Contact Liz & Alrik Send us an email You can find Liz Manashil @ www.lizmanashil.com You can find Alrik @ www.alrikbursell.com You can now find MMIH @ mmihpodcast on instagram! Leave a comment on our website Find us on our Facebook Community Page Contact us on Twitter and Facebook
Head Above Water - A Filmmaking & Mental Health Podcast
Season 2 of Head Above Water rolls on! This week's episode is a Dances With Films festival special!On today's show, we talk with Megan Petersen & Hannah Black from the film Drought about being first-time feature filmmakers, the excitement and subsequent pressure of winning crowdfunding platform Seed & Spark's Hometown Heroes contest, working with Mark & Jay Duplass, and why their filmmaking home will always be Wilmington, North Carolina.Drought's second Dances With Films screening is tomorrow, September 1, 2020, and tickets are still available!!! Watch the trailer and purchase your tickets right now at the festival's virtual box office here:https://dwfla.com/2020/movies/drought/You can follow the film as it makes its way around the virtual circuit on the following social media platforms:Seed & Spark Fundraising PageFacebookTwitterMegan's TwitterHannah's TwitterMegan's IMDb PageHannah's IMDb PageSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/HeadAboveWater)
Navigating Post-Production, Festivals & Distribution With Hannah Black & Megan Petersen of “Drought”
Show Don't Tell: Micro-Budget Filmmaking
Last year I had the fortune of interviewing Hannah Black & Megan Petersen all about their feature film Drought for Episode 64 of the podcast. As a refresher, this is the creative duo whose debut feature was crowdfunded on Seed & Spark before landing a $50K investment from the Duplass Bros, the film’s Executive Producers. While our first interview was centered around the origin story of this feature film, this time around we talk all about the project’s “second act.” We go into detail on the creative finishing work that went into this movie, the unique challenges of navigating film festivals during these uncertain times, release intentions and strategies for the film, and much more! Links from the show- Drought - Twitter Drought - Facebook Drought - Instagram Drought - Seed & Spark For more content like this visit www.noamkroll.com
Poverty Isn't A Strike w/ Hannah Black (*Unlocked*)
*Unlocked*Hannah Black joins us from isolation in the UK to discuss rent strikes, tenant organizing, the abolition of Rikers, and Universal Basic Income.COVID-19 Bailout Art Fundraiser round 2 is now on, you can donate on Venmo @artbailoutnyc or Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.orgHannah is an artist and writer based in New York. Follow Hannah on twitter @nanpanskyOriginally posted 27 April 2020Read Hannah's discussion on UBI with Philippe Van Parijs in Artforum here: www.artforum.com/slant/hannah-bla…sic-income-82760As always, support the show at www.patreon.com/deathpanelpod🧬
Ep. 7 - Embracing Delusion with Megan Peterson & Hannah Black
ScriptBlast Screenwriting Podcast
The filmmaking world is not an easy one (to put it extremely lightly) and filmmakers are rarely prepared to cope with the ups and downs of the emotional journey. Hudson chats with actors/writers/directors Megan Peterson & Hannah Black about the insane roller coaster journey they've experienced on their Duplass Brothers produced film, Drought, and what it takes to keep going in the face of smashed expectations.
Teaser - Poverty Isn't A Strike w/ Hannah Black (4/27/20)
Subscribe on Patreon and hear the full episode here: www.patreon.com/posts/36425124/(Teaser)Hannah Black joins us from isolation in the UK to discuss rent strikes, tenant organizing, the abolition of Rikers, and Universal Basic Income.Hannah is an artist and writer based in New York. Follow Hannah on twitter @nanpansky Runtime 1:25:57💉 DP EP 145 Poverty Isn't A Strike w/ Hannah Black 💉 27 April 2020Read Hannah's discussion on UBI with Philippe Van Parijs in Artforum here: https://www.artforum.com/slant/hannah-black-and-philippe-van-parijs-discuss-universal-basic-income-82760🧬