I heard about this podcast:Thanks, Frederick!
This is put on by Act One, from their web page http://www.actoneprogram.com/ they say:
Act One trains and mentors Christians of all denominations for careers in mainstream film and television. We prepare our students to produce film and TV projects that combine mastery of craft with great depth and meaning. As a non-profit organization, we are wholly devoted to the professional and spiritual development of our students.
I've listened through the first one, it is interesting..
There are 6 speakers, notably is Peter Kreeft and Barbara Nicolosi (the blogger mentioned above)
Here's Barbara (one of Karen's favorite people):
What Flannery Knew
Barbara Nicolosi, screenwriter, adjunct professor of film at Pepperdine University, and former executive director of Act One, discusses Flannery O’Connor’s use of paradox to create haunting moments in storytelling.
This was the sixth talk in a series presented at the Act One Story Symposium, held in October of 2008 at the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
Here's Peter Kreeft:
Dr. Peter Kreeft, renowned philosopher and author of over 50 books, including Socrates Meets Jesus, delivers a presentation about heroes. He proposes seven preconditions for a hero — hierarchy, teleology/purpose/design, natural law, absolutes, free will, honor, and suffering — in order to start a discussion of the question: do heroes exist today?
This was the third talk in a series presented at the Act One Story Symposium, held in October of 2008 at the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.