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Screenings & other Thingings - animation podcast #181

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SEGMENT SHOW! We have two interviews on this show: Joanna Davidovich about her awesome Indie Animation and Taylor Armstrong about the Brooklyn film fest Animation Block Party. We’ve talked with Taylor before and he returns to drop some more festival knowledge and even provide another awesome prize to the #RubberOnionBattle for March!

>>>Follow Joanna Davidovich:

YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMEixvInUOkzc_5c55sD4Jg
Twitter https://twitter.com/JoTheZette
Tumblr http://jothezette.tumblr.com/
Website http://www.cupojo.net/

>>>Follow Taylor Armstrong (and Animation Block Party):

Twitter http://twitter.com/AnimTorrent
Animation Block Party Website www.animationblock.com

>>>Topics & Timestamps

(8:11) How You Doin?… about the Live show past and future
(37:05) Creator Spotlight: Joanna Davidovich
(1:52:03) Creator Spotlight: Taylor Armstrong 2

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Rob Yulfo (@RobYulfo)

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