Back to back Highway to Havasu episodes! And it’s the big one…I sit down with our writer/director Jeff Janke and talk about how this whole crazy story began, hitting the road with Good Charlotte, and how you can have some fun while getting fired from a job.
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My guest this week is Highway to Havasu wonder woman producer Amber Goetz, just in time for the next installment of the H2H series! We talk about casting the film, her not so secret identity in photography, and why you do not want to drop her dirt bike helmet. Rest in peace BOT sign 🙁
We are back and we missed you all! Thank you to Amber Goetz at AMP Creative for helping to keep SideKickBack intact. My guest on our triumphant return is another Sundance friend, virtual reality content producer Julie Young of Emblematic Group. We talk about Project Syria, working with the great Nonny de la Pena and the battle of CG vs. 360.
Rolling right along with the very third installment of the Highway to Havasu series! I sit down with our Director of Photography, Lars Lindstrom. We talk cameras, Mormon Missionaries and the writing on the wall.
My guest this week is the wonderful director Blair Skinner. We chat about women in film, some old-school thievery and her upcoming short film Eleanora: The Forgotten Princess.
The second installment of the Highway to Havasu series!!! I sit down with my co-stars Ben Edlin and Caleb Thomas as we talk about our characters, what goes on in the secret room and fart joke.
My guest this week is the incredible performer known as Amy Gumenick. You’ve seen her all over your television, most recently in CW’s Arrow and on AMC’s Turn. We chat about the University of Life, the importance of taking direction, and being nestled right above Matt Damon.
A day late, but who cares! My guest this week is my good buddy actor friend Max Cutler. We chat about crying on your enemies, crying at your own Bar Mitzvah and why some of us may now feel like Jay Gatsby.
This week I sit down with the cast and crew of “M’s Pamphlet,” the latest production from the incredible group known as Urban Theatre Movement. I am joined by Paul Tully, Sean E. Zilke, Marilyn Fitoria, Elizabeth Alvarez, Miguel Amenyinu, Gisla Stringer, Spencer Weitzel, Jon Lance Duran, Charlie Jake Sanchez, and Isabel Davila as we talk about new play-development, the ingredients for peace, and strippers.