MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.12 feat. Roger Durling, Santa Barbara International Film Festival’s Exec. Director & Thought Leader on Film + Cinema

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MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.12 feat. Roger Durling, Executive Director for Santa Barbara International Film Festival & thought leader on film + cinema.

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Roger discusses:

  • Film as an educational tool
  • The communal function of movies
  • Film as the great equalizer
  • The culmination of experiencing any type of art
  • His pathway to running a film festival — a perfect fit
  • How he reshaped SBIFF from a community event to a major stop on the Oscar campaign
  • Being an introvert with an extroverts job
  • Working in isolation, burnout, finding support, and being renewed

 

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Some things Roger mentioned…

Leading from Within + Courage to Lead

Something John mentioned…

Go Fund Me page for a family that decided to give all funding to another family with greater need.  Very touching.  Look HERE.

Music to Check Out

With permission of Ropeadope Records, this episode features a segment of the song Retold off Nate Smith’s album Kinfolk: Postcards from Everywhere.

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Some MAKE MOVES Links…

MM S2 Ep.12 on iTunes: https://apple.co/2EcbSYA 

MM S2 Ep.12 Download: http://bit.ly/2GHr8OS

MAKE MOVES on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2kOMS1d

MAKE MOVES on Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2qsMdDi

MAKE MOVES on Google Play: http://bit.ly/2B7i2I5

MAKE MOVES website: www.makemoveswithjohn.com

MAKE MOVES Facebook Page: @makemoveswithjohn

MAKE MOVES EXCLUSIVES Group: http://bit.ly/2t75JqK

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MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.11 feat. Maiza Hixson & Ingrid LaFleur, Artists, Curators, & 2017 Mayoral Candidates

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MAKE MOVES S2 Ep.11 feat. Maiza Hixson & Ingrid LaFleur, Artists, Curators, & 2017 Mayoral Candidates

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Maiza & Ingrid discuss:

  • Their careers as artists/curators and transitions into politics
  • Utopian activism and the power of imagination to fuel change
  • Afrofuturism
  • The beauty and possible futures of Detroit
  • Broad demographics of voters that embrace new ideas
  • The limitations of institutions
  • How lessons from curating art inform their political lenses
  • Including creatives in solution planning instead of employing them to accessorize uncreative solutions
  • Being ahead of the pack
  • Pressures on women in politics

Other topics touched upon: invisible histories, healing black and white bodies, cosmos and meditations, cultural property, cryptocurrency, innovation, universal basic income, clean water, equity, balance, millenials + baby boomer women, etc.

 

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Ingrid LaFleur

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Afrotopia

 

Music to Check Out

With permission of Atlanta Records, this episode features a segment of the song Fruition off of Chantae Cann’s album Sol Empowered.

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With permission of Ropeadope Records, this episode features a segment of the song Shenanigans off Maurice Brown’s album The Mood.

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Some MAKE MOVES Links…

MM S2 Ep.11 on iTunes:

MM S2 Ep.11 Download: http://bit.ly/2GHr8OS

MAKE MOVES on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2kOMS1d

MAKE MOVES on Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2qsMdDi

MAKE MOVES on Google Play: http://bit.ly/2B7i2I5

MAKE MOVES website: www.makemoveswithjohn.com

MAKE MOVES Facebook Page: @makemoveswithjohn

MAKE MOVES EXCLUSIVES Group: http://bit.ly/2t75JqK