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Episode 35: Malicious Intent

Tohubohu Producer PodcastIn this episode, first airing February 1, 2014, Bjorn and Bill sit down with independent producer Philip J. Cook, creator of the web series Malice, to discuss his journey from direct-to-video feature production to web narrative distribution.

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Podcast Chapters

  1. Introduction (0:00)
  2. Going Down the Rabbit Hole (0:59)
  3. Community Question (40:42)
  4. Conclusion (51:14)

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Introduction

Going Down the Rabbit Hole

Community Question

Conclusion

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Episode 35: Malicious Intent

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