#119 Ani Easton Baker

 
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Ani is a former teacher of students with special needs and is now working on a documentary about sex and sex education. Ani and I meet at her home in LA to talk about education, sex, sexuality, religion, manifestation, death, and more! - Recorded in Los Angeles, CA

 

#114 Sean Dunne & Cass Greener

 

Sean returns to MDWH along with his girlfriend, Cass. We begin by recognizing the psycho-spiritual war that has consumed our hearts and minds during the political season and beyond. 

Our conversation explores our path forward as a society through the birthing of Generation E: a post consumer all-inclusive generation and movement focused on personal and cultural enlightenment which transcends time, age, ego and place.

We immerse ourselves on tales of our psychedelic experiences and the lessons we've learned along the way. This and more on today's show. 

Listen to the music from today's show on Spotify. Watch Sean's films on his site and check out his podcast on MindPodNetwork.

Recorded live at the Inter-dimensional House of Pancakes in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. 

 

#61 Clayton Dean Smith

 

Off Track Betty

As development rips through Manhattan, Clayton Dean Smith saw his LES neighborhood begin to gentrify from urban development and started to play with ideas. As an active community member and an artist, he decided to create a short film to address the human aspects of the swift changes. His film, Off Track Betty, is destined to be a historical film that marks the transition marking an end of an era in New York while bringing an artistic expression to the ongoing discussion as we globally move from analog to digital communities. I join in at his home in the Lower East Side to discuss:

 • Whole Foods: your neighborhood scam  
 • Birthing “Off Track Betty”
 • NYC: a cautionary tale for other world cities
 • We are the gentrifiers
 • Adapt with the change or get rolled
 • Witnessing NYC DIY cinema history develop in your hands
 • Ways to advocate while living inches from colossal mistakes
 • The Rat Race vs The Alien Race
 • Chasing Manhattan
 • Enjoying the NYC analog culture that still exists
 • Poor doors for SPURA and connecting the ultra poor and ultra rich in the community

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Clayton's Site 

 

#37 Sean Dunne

 

Sean is an American documentary filmmaker who has compassionately produced and directed films such as American JuggaloOxyana, and the upcoming Cam Girlz. Winner of TriBeCa's Best New Documentary Director, his work tends to showcase outliers in our culture which are normally ignored, marginalized, or ridiculed. Humbly he features his subjects as humans that are filled with rich stories and profound views on the human experience. The show moves around quite a bit and we talk about people, being outsiders, the singularity, critics, making art and soooo much more! 

Sean's website
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