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Hiya! I'm the Lady-Wan - one half of the podcast ScreenRun. ScreenRun is the show where my co-host Chris and I review the films of a particular artist or franchise, movie by movie.
Share an experience that has shaped who you are today.
I've had such an amazing time as a podcaster over the past 5 years. I've met great people from #FilmTwitter and feel so lucky that so many of my podcast colleagues are local! I've gone to movies, conferences and events with so many of my pod-pals!
Tell us about your podcast audience.
We love our podcast audience! They're passionate about movies and vote in our polls regularly as we debate the best performance in each film - and then, the best overall in a season.
What makes your podcast unique?
On ScreenRun, Chris & I review the films of a particular artist or franchise, movie by movie in chronological order. Season 1 was the films of Kevin Smith - from Clerks all the way to Jay & Silent Bob Reboot - and Season 2 was the films of the ALIEN franchise. Season 3 is coming soon! Chris is Gen-X and Lady-Wan is a millennial. We have different histories with so many of these movies, and wildly different takes. We love debating the merits of the movies with each other, and with our amazing podcast guests. Guests have joined us from Crooked Table Productions, Binge Movies, Cheapseat Reviews, Spoilerpiece Theatre, Piecing It Together podcast and more!
ScreenRun Bonus: The First Run w/The Lady Wan
Hey there ScreenRun fans! Chris Scalzo here. So, funny story. I messed up the editing of this week’s episode, so unfortunately, we’re going to be delayed a week. To help ease the pain and make sure you get your Lady Wan fix, I’ve uploaded her guest appearance on my other show, The First Run. Wan joined me to discuss ‘In The Heights’ and ‘The Lady In The Window’. We also did a Top 5 focusing on films that could be improved by being a musical. So enjoy this brief apologetic interlude and we’ll see you next week! As always complaints and commendations can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more at http://screenrun.fun