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The film experts at Little White Lies, along with selected colleagues and friends discuss the latest movie releases. Truth & Movies has all your film needs covered, reviewing the latest releases big and small, keeping you across important industry news, and reassessing great films from days gone by with the Truth & Movies Film Club. All brought to you by the people behind Little White Lies, the world's most beautiful film magazine. Email: truthandmovies@tcolondon.com Twitter: @LWLies Instagr ...
 
Getting Work To Work is a weekly podcast for creative entrepreneurs, storytellers, visionaries, and change-makers who are on a mission of chasing big ideas, telling epic stories, and leaving living legacies. Whether you’re just starting out or have been at this creative and curious life for some time, I hope you’ll not only learn something new in this podcast, but also find yourself challenged and inspired to break through the barriers that hold you back from getting your work to work.
 
I'm Cam Logan - I'm a people person. I want to explore the human soul...as long as it isn't all wet and goey. We are the incredibly compelling species we know very little about. Let's change that. I will search the planet for those with a story to tell and discover the person behind the experience. It may be a celebrity, your neighbor or even you. What it certainly won't be is something you'd expect. We'll explore the deeper side of what it means to be human. This is a show about us and I ca ...
 
A brand new podcast featuring Emmy-nominated TV host and true-crime obsessive Stephanie Bauer. The podcast takes some of the most popular and riveting true-crime documentaries on award-winning digital channel Real Stories and transforms them into podcast episodes. The series begins with Angel of Death. Told over four chilling episodes, this follows the police investigation uncovering the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. Then comes D ...
 
A brand new interview podcast that offers listeners a chance to get closer to their favourite non-fiction filmmakers. We will hear about their life and career through the lens of three thematically-united documentaries that have had a lasting impact on them. Discover why these documentaries have the meaning they do and how that has manifested in their own non-fiction filmmaking. Hosted by June Jennings, a writer and journalist, who currently serves as the engagement and partnerships manager ...
 
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How do you use a public art installation during a pandemic to promote safe gatherings in a public space? To answer that question are two people behind Polka Dot Downtown, a performance art installation in and around Portland, Oregon, including Pioneer Courthouse Square. Bill Will is a conceptual sculptor and installation artist. Theresa Vetsch-Sand…
 
In this episode of Truth & Movies we discuss Florian Zeller's The Father, whose star Anthony Hopkins won the Best Actor Oscar for his performance. We also get into the anxiety-inducing party spirit with Shiva Baby and our film club is the Coen Brothers classic Fargo which is returning to UK cinemas this week, in celebration of its 25th anniversary.…
 
Lately, I’ve been asking myself and others this question, “When is an idea ready?” I’m curious about what it takes for others to act because ready is a commitment. It’s a decision to go from an abstract thought that plays out only in your head to something becoming realized through planning, acting, creating, editing, refining, publishing, shipping…
 
What were you born to do? A powerful question that can be overwhelming to consider, let alone answer. Dr. Rebekah Louisa Smith, the founder of The Film Festival Doctor, is here to discuss her soul purpose: to help filmmakers get their films seen in the right festivals and win awards. In this conversation, we also talk about her book, Born To Do It:…
 
This is part two of the inside story of Alexander Litvinenko's murder in London and the subsequent international manhunt that led to the Kremlin, told in full for the first time, with exclusive access to key individuals. The original documentary was licensed by Nent to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Harry Kalfayan You can find more …
 
Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast has returned! With cinemas up and down the country flinging their doors open, we're here to guide you through some of the most talked about new releases available (and some old favourites). In this episode, we ask whether the Quiet Place series should have stayed quiet after its first outing and we go the…
 
I’m fifteen years into my business journey, and there is so much I still do not know. It seems like every day there is something new to learn. Not only about my business and the people I serve, but about myself. How I am wired; the future I want to create. The past I can’t seem to shake. In today’s episode of Getting Work To Work, I’m going to dive…
 
There is something special about moments in life where the worlds of fiction and reality align. Earlier this year, a good friend and supporter of Getting Work To Work reached out with a book recommendation, The Sweeney Sisters by Lian Dolan. Not only was the book enjoyable for my friend, but as she read it, she thought I’d find it interesting as we…
 
The inside story of Alexander Litvinenko's murder in London and the subsequent international manhunt that led to the Kremlin, told in full for the first time, with exclusive access to key individuals. The original documentary was licensed by Nent to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Harry Kalfayan You can find more from us on: https://…
 
Cinemas are back and so is Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast! In this episode we moo-ve our way through Kelly Reichardt's latest, the bovine and divine First Cow. We also see whether radical villain origin Cruella is as punk as it appears and in our film club, we look at Kelly Reichardt's 2008 masterpiece Wendy and Lucy, a film that Littl…
 
What does it mean to trust yourself? Inspired by a quote from Seth Godin’s book, The Practice: Shipping Creative Work, I’m exploring what it means to trust yourself and how trust connects to your passion. For most of my business, I found it easier to trust someone else’s interpretation of me rather than trust my thoughts, desires, and feelings. But…
 
Do you know what your strengths are? More importantly, do you know why that even matters? Today, I’m talking with Micah Lorenc, a Gallup-Certified CliftonStrengths Coach, about all-things strengths. From his curiosity about people and a fascination with understanding what makes us unique, Micah shares his journey to understand not just what we do b…
 
Professor David Wilson continues his series of revealing interviews with convicted murderer Bert Spencer. Although never charged, Bert is widely suspected of killing newspaper delivery boy Carl Bridgewater in 1978 – a crime he has always denied. The original documentary Interview with a Murderer was licensed by Nent Studios to Little Dot Studios. S…
 
Alan Davies explores the extraordinary life of Harry Houdini, who against the odds was among the richest, most successful entertainers in the world, he was the ultimate showman and one of the first American celebrities. In order to understand why Houdini felt compelled to perform such terrifying death-defying stunts, Alan tries to hold his breath u…
 
How much time do you spend thinking about hypothetical scenarios, and how will you respond to them? If you’re anything like me, more time than you’d like to admit. After all, you’re proactive and responsible, but there is a fine line between planning and procrastinating. I recently realized that the more time I spend planning for problems that may …
 
If you could cast any spell, what would it do? For today’s guest on Getting Work To Work, her spell would spread kindness. Holly Hatam is a New York Times Bestselling illustrator, kid-lit author fascinated with animation, imagination, nature, and magic. In this conversation, we talk about her obsession with unicorns and art, how she approaches her …
 
Criminologist Professor David Wilson conducts a series of revealing interviews with convicted murderer Bert Spencer. Although never charged, Bert is widely suspected of killing newspaper delivery boy Carl Bridgewater in 1978 – a crime he has always denied. The original documentary Interview with a Murderer was licensed by Nent Studios to Little Dot…
 
This is the second part of a two part episode that explores the recently-unearthed archaeological evidence of a technologically-advanced civilization that once lay submerged beneath the Black Sea. The original documentary was licensed by New Domnion to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Ance Priedniece You can find more from us on: http…
 
If I were to summarize a common phrase I read, it would go something like this: “You are unique; the world needs your voice.” Every time I take that in, I nod along in agreement, but then another part of me starts questioning it. “Yes, I believe in the state of uniqueness, but with over 7.9 billion people in the world, not everyone needs my voice.”…
 
Being someone who obsessively listens for and seeks out intriguing questions, it’s fascinating when a simple question presents itself: why not? Matt Wood is in the business of making “why not?” happen through the creation of a unique type of visual language for brands looking for a competitive edge: brand illustration systems. In this conversation,…
 
The final instalment of a 3-part story, this is the tale of an international drug-smuggling ring that unravels after a skydiver lands dead on a suburban driveway in the middle of the night. Found with a bag containing drugs, guns and military-grade night-vision goggles, the investigation reveals assassinations, corruption and international crime ki…
 
This story journeys to the said region and explores recently-unearthed archaeological evidence of a technologically-advanced civilization that once lay there, now submerged beneath the Black Sea. The original documentary was licensed by New Domnion to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Ance Priedniece You can find more from us on: https…
 
To what lengths will you go to make sure you get the laugh? How much money will you spend on a 10-second cutaway? Today’s guest will not only answer those questions but also share all the juicy behind-the-scenes details about his latest film, Book Club, released on BeernutsProductions.com. Gough is a legally blind filmmaker from Australia and runs …
 
As a leader, how would you describe your relationships with your followers? As a follower, what about your relationship with your boss? Today’s guest is exploring relationships between leaders and followers from a scientific standpoint and intentional relationship building. Sherri Malouf is here to share what she has learned in pursuit of a Ph.D. a…
 
At 9:00 a.m. on February 19, 1945, the soldiers of the United States Marine Corps 5th Division, H Company lowered themselves down rope cargo nets into landing crafts rocking in five-foot seas. They were less than a mile from the shore of the remote South Pacific island of Iwo Jima and one of the most notorious battles of World War Two. The original…
 
Episode 2 of a 3-part story, this is the tale of an international drug-smuggling ring that unravels after a skydiver lands dead on a suburban driveway in the middle of the night. Found with a bag containing drugs, guns and military-grade night-vision goggles, the investigation reveals assassinations, corruption and international crime kingpins. The…
 
A trap I’ve fallen into is only producing the exact amount of creative stuff required of me. No wasted effort. Efficient. I hold tight to it all, pretending every morsel of my creativity is precious. But today, my thoughts are different as I combine inspiration from Jeff Tweedy’s book, How to Write One Song: Loving the Things We Create and How They…
 
When was the last time you played? Where you lost all track of time and had so much fun you never wanted it to end? Jeff Harry is today’s guest, and he gets his work to work with fun, play, mischief, and weirdness. From workshops and speaking engagements to podcast interviews and TikTok videos, Jeff not only brings an infectious spirit of joy but a…
 
At 9:00 a.m. on February 19, 1945, the soldiers of the United States Marine Corps 5th Division, H Company lowered themselves down rope cargo nets into landing crafts rocking in five-foot seas. They were less than a mile from the shore of the remote South Pacific island of Iwo Jima and one of the most notorious battles of World War Two. The original…
 
The opening episode of an intriguing 3-part story - the tale of an international drug-smuggling ring that unravels after a skydiver lands dead on a suburban driveway in the middle of the night. Found with a bag containing drugs, guns and military-grade night-vision goggles, the investigation reveals assassinations, corruption and international crim…
 
Are you focused on telling a better story or becoming a more impactful storyteller? I think a lot about stories. The stories from movies and myths I resonate with as they echo through the recesses of my mind and soul. The stories shared online, in conversation with others, and the ones in my head. Stories are the currency we use to fund our lives a…
 
From search engines, algorithms, design, and technology to what it means to be uniquely human, today’s guest weekly inspires me with his email newsletter, Don’t Think About The Future, to think deeply about unexpected topics. Chris Butler is a writer, designer, manager, consultant, and creator at Newfangled. I have had the pleasure of talking with …
 
The personalities and spectres of Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin loom large in the events of the twentieth Century. They were similar in some respects and yet very different in others. The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Richard Tanner. You can find more from us on: https://www.youtube.com/…
 
The final episode of a 4-part story following a police investigation that uncovers the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. The original documentary Angel Of Death was licensed by New Dominion Pictures to Little Dot Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
How do people make decisions? Not better decisions, the right ones, or even the wrong ones, but any decision from the mundane reality of “What will we have for dinner?” to the existentially provocative, “What can I do to make sure my life has meaning and purpose?” As members of the digitally-enhanced human race, we have an abundance of data, inform…
 
I’m always amazed at how impactful people show up in my life at the right moments. I met today’s guest on Getting Work To Work in a class on developing personal foundations. Her style of facilitating each session and creating a space of trust was a breath of fresh air. Lerae Gidyk is a coach and the founder of Soul Designs, a place “where leaders, …
 
Churchill v Stalin examines the duel between the British and Russian leaders over what kind of Europe would emerge at the end of the war; a duel during which Roosevelt secretly intervened behind Churchill's back to decide the outcome The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Harry Kalfayan. You c…
 
Episode 3 of a 4-part story following a police investigation that uncovers the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. The original documentary Angel Of Death was licensed by New Dominion Pictures to Little Dot Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
There’s something to be said about having a productive, creative habit: doing your work, transforming ideas into art, and sharing it with the world. But what happens when there is nothing there? When no matter what you do, the desperation of a deadline reverberates off the walls of your creative emptiness? The fear of the blank page is always in th…
 
Host Michael Leader is this week joined by LWLies editor David Jenkins and regular LWLies contributor Leila Latif to survey the career of Oscar-nominated director Chloé Zhao, from her newly released debut feature Songs My Brothers Taught Me, to her brand-new one, Nomadland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Wylie Gustafson is a native Montanan singer/songwriter with 22 albums and 3 decades of performing, writing, and recording under his belt. He is one of the few authentic voices of the American West who steadfastly celebrates and sings about the active rural culture of America. As on critic called him, “…the coolest cowpoke around. Forget everything …
 
I always love hearing unique stories of people living a life drastically different from my own. Genevieve Flanagan is the owner and farmer of The Urban Acre Homestead, a one-acre farm located within the Urban Growth Boundary of Portland, Oregon. Our conversation begins with alpine strawberries and the desire for new ways to experience food. We talk…
 
Episode 2 of a 4-part story following a police investigation that uncovers the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. The original documentary Angel Of Death was licensed by New Dominion Pictures to Little Dot Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
An examination of the mental battles waged between 20th-century leaders Winston Churchill and Franklin D Roosevelt during the first two years of their relationship. A duel of false promises, evasion and delusion ensued, which was far removed from the more familiar image of friendship and loyalty. World War II was not only a military conflict. It wa…
 
The opening episode of a 4-part story following a police investigation that uncovers the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. The original documentary Angel Of Death was licensed by New Dominion Pictures to Little Dot Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Welcome to the 500th episode of Getting Work To Work. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who has listened to the show, been a guest, or inspired a monologue. When I set out on this journey almost five years ago, I had no idea that it would impact my creative life and work in such a profound way. As I reflect on what I’ve learned and experienced in e…
 
This week on Truth & Movies, Michael Leader is joined by Hannah Woodhead and guest critic Katie Goh to discuss Sundance breakout and Academy Award hopeful Minari. Join them for a deep dive into Lee Isaac Chung's lyrical memoir-portrait of a Korean-American family in 70s Arkansas, starring Steven Yeun. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
What does bold mean to you? For today’s guest on Getting Work To Work, bold means doing something you are unwilling to do. Through her work with Bold Leadership Revolution, the Bold Money Revolution Podcast, and The Bold Profit Academy, Tara Newman is on a mission to help people achieve more while radically doing less. In this engaging conversation…
 
King Herod is regarded as the most fascinating and appalling figure of the biblical world. Shrouded in legend, the evil King is portrayed in every Christmas Nativity play as a monster who killed hundreds of babies and tried to slaughter the baby Jesus in order to retain his title – King of the Jews. But who was the real Herod? Was he real at all, o…
 
Every week it seems that I’ve got something to say: I’m writing newsletters, podcast monologues, planning for interviews, and producing client work. But there are aspects of my business that I don’t share. It’s not that I have something to hide, but I either let my fears, assumptions, or lack of perfect clarity prevent me from speaking up and shari…
 
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