The Emmy-nominated director and editor Mike Jackson discusses Woodman, the short film he’s directing as part of the 18th Annual Crazy 8’s film competition, film making and more, with Joseph Planta.
Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta talk about Family Day, last night’s Grammy Awards, and Rosemary Brown and Viola Desmond as Two P’s in a Podcast marks Black History Month.
Theatre Conspiracy’s Tim Carlson discusses the new production of Foriegn Radical, with Joseph Planta, running 06-11 February at Studio 1398 on Granville Island.
The veteran television personality Dave Gerry discusses his retirement from reporting at CTV Vancouver, many years elsewhere, storytelling, and more, with Joseph Planta.
Dr. Danielle Martin discusses her new book Better Now: Six Big Ideas to Improve Health Care for All Canadians (Allen Lane, 2017), with Joseph Planta.
The Two P’s in a Podcast Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta talk Trump, kids, death and more.
The acclaimed pianist Vicky Chow discusses her upcoming appearances at PuSh Festival, 23 & 24 January 2017, and more, with Joseph Planta.
Two P’s in a Podcast returns with Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta talking about President Donald Trump, the Women’s March, films such as Moonlight and Hidden Figures, and more.
The PuSh Festival’s Associate Curator Joyce Rosario discusses her work at the festival, this year’s offerings and what PuSh means to Vancouver and beyond, with Joseph Planta.
The curator-in-residence of Club PuSh Jordan Tannahill, critically acclaimed playwright, talks about Concord Floral, his association with PuSh Festival, and more, with Joseph Planta.
The Nether by Jennifer Haley is being staged at the Firehall Arts Centre (18-28 January 2017); David Bloom, one of the show’s stars joins Joseph Planta to discuss his role and more.
England’s Jess Thom discusses her PuSh Festival show Backstage in Biscuit Land (30 January-01 February 2017), with Joseph Planta; they also discuss Tourettes Syndrome, performing, and more.
Joseph Planta on the 179 films he watched in 2016.
The author Christina Johnson-Dean joins Joseph Planta to discuss her latest book, the ninth book in the Unheralded Artists of British Columbia series, The Life and Art of Mary Filer (Mother Tongue Publishing, 2016).
The teacher and author Patrick O’Neil discusses his book, Cowboy Movies and American Culture: Understanding the Invasion of Iraq (2016), with Joseph Planta.