OK, this is it...

Years in the making.  Sort of.  There has been a lot of chatter bandied around about the revolution of podcasting, how it's changing things, how it works and there should be a documentary about it.  Fine.  But that's not the point.  Anyone can just record something that is happening and call it a documentary.  That's not what we want to do.  We want to get at the heart of it.

As podcasters ourselves, we've gotten to know the fans, often personally, and they have gotten to know us.  People have told us we have helped get them through rough times, even though on the surface we are just talking about movies.  So there is a connection there that we are humbled by. 

And we wouldn't have it any other way.  Because at it's digital heart, podcasting is about human connections.

Graham Elwood (Director, Executive Producer)

Graham has been a stand-up comic since he was 18. Which means he has no marketable skills. Other than what he learned in film school which helped him direct award winning shorts and the feature documentary, Laffghanistan.

Chris Mancini (Writer/Executive Producer) 

Chris Mancini is a comic, author, filmmaker, and parent. He is also very tired. As a filmmaker Chris has screened and spoken at various prestigious festivals including Slamdance, HBO’S US Comedy Arts festival, and at Comic-Con in San Diego.

His first DVD compilation, Myopic Visions, is available now nationwide. The DVD includes all of his short films along with his interviews with SYFY and many extras. 

Chris’ first feature, the horror film ASYLUM will be out in 2014 from After Dark films and Lionsgate.

Chris and Graham are also two of the founders of the Los Angeles Podcast Festival with Dave Anthony and Andy Wood which debuted in 2012.

Keith Blomberg (Producer)