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Lee Stranahan is a filmmaker, writer and a teacher who's taught tens of thousands of people how to create and promote their artistic visions.

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Talking effects, cinematography and film making with Emmy Award winning Visual FX veteran John Parenteau (Sin City, Ghost Rider)and effects and animation supervisor Mark Kochinski (Hellboy, Hercules)

Online video guru Steve Garfield talks about his upcoming book "Get Seen! Online Video Secrets" and social media

Huffington Post bloggers Bob Cesca & Lee Stranahan take a progressive look at the issues of the day in a funny and brutally honest way. Liberal talk tadio that's not for wimps.

Talking VFX with technical supervisor Dan Novy (The Day The Earth Stood Still) and about compositing and animation software with Joanne Dicaire from eyeon.

Blogger and journalist Chez Pazienza & Allena Hansen who was mauled by a bear and Blue Cross wouldn't pay. Huffington Post bloggers Bob Cesca & Lee Stranahan take a progressive look at the issues of the day in a funny and... more

Talking with Jeff Okun - effects supervisor (Sphere, The Day The Earth Stood Still) and the head of the Visual Effects Society. Also, discussing the GenArts / LucasFilm deal with Steve Bannerman of GenArts.

Our guest tonight is David Neiwert, author of The Eliminationists: How Hate Talk Radicalized the American Right. Every week, Huffington Post bloggers Bob Cesca & Lee Stranahan take a progressive look at the issues of the day in a funny... more

Talking about techniques and wages for visual effects artists with Star Trek / Pirates Of The Caribbean FX compositor Aruna Inversin. Also, discussing the GenArts / LucasFilm deal with Steve Bannerman of GenArts.

Huffington Post bloggers Bob Cesca & Lee Stranahan take a progressive look at the issues of the day in a funny and brutally honest way. Liberal talk tadio that's not for wimps.

Ron Thornton is an Emmy award winning pioneer in digital visual effects with credits including Star Trek: Voyager, Starship Troopers; The Roughneck Chronicles & the groundbreaking Babylon 5.

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