Dalton Stuart

Dalton Stuart – People’s History of Film #52

Here we are Historians, episode 52. This will be the final episode of the People’s History of Film as we go on an indefinite hiatus. When we decided to have this be the last episode, it made sense for Dalton Stuart to be the one answering questions. It was always a part of the plan, […]

Jacob Burns

Jacob Burns – People’s History of Film #51

Hello and welcome to The People’s History of Film. This week, Dalton sat down with OKC based filmmaker, Jacob Burns. Jacob and his cohorts work under the umbrella of Planet Thunder Productions. Dalton and Jacob discuss at length Jacob’s interest in becoming a director. The conversation gives us snapshots of Jacob in school.  He explains that becoming […]

Dan LeFebvre

Dan LeFebvre — People’s History of Film #50

Hello dear listeners and welcome once again to The People’s History of Film. On this week’s show, Dalton sat down with OKC-based podcaster Dan LeFebvre (Luh-feb, if you were wondering). Dan is the host of the fantastic and award-winning podcast, Based on a True Story. On each episode of his show, Dan compares Hollywood with history […]

Josh Shepard

Josh Shepard — People’s History of Film #49

Greetings historians! Welcome once more to The People’s History of Film. This week Dalton sat down with comedian, writer, and poet Josh Shepard. As with last week’s guest Keithan Smith, Josh is a member of the OKC comedy group The SAAD Boys. Josh also co-wrote and co-directed the SAAD Boy’s produced short-film Bean Flute. Dalton and Keithan discussed Bean Flute on […]

Keithan Smith

Keithan Smith — People’s History of Film #48

Greetings historians! Welcome to another episode of The People’s History of Film. This week Dalton sat down with poet, comedian, and friend of GoodTrash Media Keithan Smith. Dalton and Keithan perform together as part of the OKC comedy group The SAAD Boys. You’ve heard The SAAD Boys discussed in a handful of previous episodes. In fact, Dalton […]

James Austin Kerr

James Austin Kerr — People’s History of Film #47

Hello loyal and beloved listeners! It’s time once again for another episode of The People’s History of Film. We have a production announcement for you this week, but more about that in the episode. This week Dalton sat down to talk with actor and writer/director James Austin Kerr. James is based in LA, but he was […]

David Crownson

David Crownson — People’s History of Film #46

Hello lovers of film and conversation! Welcome to another exciting installment of The People’s History of Film. This week, Dalton sat down via internet magic to talk with New York based writer, actor, director David Crownson. David is also the creator of the recently kick-started comic book Harriet Tubman: Demon Slayer. David and Dalton hit […]

Cameron Brewer

Cameron Brewer — People’s History of Film #45

Hello friends and fellow historians! Welcome once again to The People’s History of Film. On this week’s episode Dalton sat down with Oklahoma City based comedian Cameron Brewer. You’re in for quite the conversation. For starters, Cameron and Dalton have known each other for years which always makes for an interesting episode. More importantly, Cameron is […]

Elise Dean

Elise Dean — People’s History of Film #44

Hello Historians, and welcome back to a new edition of The People’s History of Film. On this week’s show, Dalton sits down for a fun conversation with the wonderful Elise Dean. Elise is a filmmaker who is finishing her film schooling out west. She is currently working on her project titled March of the Band Nerds. Luckily, […]

Steven Ray Morris

Steven Ray Morris — People’s History of Film #43

Hello precious listeners and welcome back to The People’s History of Film. This week Dalton sits down with the the incredible, multitalented Steven Ray Morris. Among his many accomplishments Steven is the author of Molding a Jurassic Universe, co-host of The Purrrcast, and the producer of the podcast sensation My Favorite Murder. Dalton and Steven […]