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Best Stefan Grambart podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Stefan Grambart podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Can't Sell This
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Can't Sell This is a show about projects past that never saw the light of day. But not just that. Can't Sell This explores advice along with tips and tricks on how to get your projects seen and produced. Vist the website, get shows notes and more at here!
 
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AI artist Mario Klingemann in conversation with Hugh about his art, AI auctions, the process of creation using GANs (Generative Adversersial Neural Networks).By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Author Laurie Petrou speaks with Hugh about her new novel, Love, Heather. In addition, they discuss the writing process and publishing and how to make it work.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Creators of the weekly Twitter meetup #womenwork, Meg Button and Shannon Hunter, join Stefan and Hugh in the studio to discuss freelance, running a business and women helping women succeed.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hardware-maker and developer, Eugene Andruszczenko, sits with Hugh and Stefan to talk about product development. From a successful Kickstarter to a Retro ESP32By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Anthea Foyer, Project Lead for the City of Mississauga's Smart City, speaks with Hugh and Stef. We discuss art, collaboration, creating a single-home music festival and being a lifelong creative.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stef and Hugh sit down for a chat with John Rooney to talk about his career programming animation and kid’s content for some of the biggest channels in Canada, his insights into what to do—and what to avoid—when pitching ideas, and the crazy world of cartoon creators!By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Scott Wilk, of Wilk Watchworks, talks about the life of a craftsperson. From a graduate of NSCAD to gemology to now watchmakingBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh and Stef take a call from Jason White, co-founder and executive creative director at Leviathan. Jason shares his experiences with being a super-talented artist, the pressures faced by those in leadership roles, imposter syndrome, and learning how to power through all that to get to success!By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh tells Stefan the story of a consultation for a new product launch. The consultation was to come up with ideas to support the launch. In keeping with the original theme of this podcast, those ideas went nowhere.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh and Stef are joined by Kim Alpert, creative strategist and founder/director at Make Amazing. In a conversation that spans everything from risk aversion to ice sculptures, they’ll explore the highs and lows of being a modern creative professional.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Natalie Ramtahal, along with Nick and Kim Wong-Kwo of The 3 Spoons, partake in the “foodies” episode. Hosted by Nick and Kim in their lovely condo.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Natalie Ramtahal, along with Nick and Kim Wong-Kwo of The 3 Spoons, partake in the “foodies” episode. Hosted by Nick and Kim in their lovely condo.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stefan and Hugh welcome guest Mike Heneghan. Mike shares his story idea about life in the IP ghetto. He also has some questions and suggestions concerning the A.R.K. idea from episode 18!By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh's attempt at a documentary, Influential: The Age of Digital, failed. Why? What insight does Stefan have that could possibly resurrect this idea?By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Jon Friedman, creator and host of The Rejection Show, chats with Hugh and Stefan. The show was a monthly comedy show in New York City that ran for 10 years and the Can't Sell This podcast's initial concept bears similarities without knowing it!By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stefan gets an earful concerning Hugh's idea for a mockumentary. The subject of the film is Linda, a highway sign-wrtier. Her poetic signage has been tapped as great works. This makes her Canada's next Poet Laureate.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
As the Research Writing Assistant in the Catalyst for Ryerson University FCAD, Natalie is well-positioned to give advice and knowledge related to grant applications and funding in general.By Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh writes the short story he discussed in the Halloween episode. Read the book on Apple iBooks or find it on BookFunnel. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Jennifer Shiman, animator and creator, shares stories of her long-running 30 Second Bunnies Theatre and her "can't sell this" project Baldwin P. Leninforth, Ombudsman. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stef explores the duality of Superman and Clark Kent from a psychological perspective. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Josh Garratt & Damien Boyes — two authors at different stages of their respective careers — join Hugh & Stef in our first DOUBLE GUEST episode to discuss self-publishing and the importance of editing. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stef gives feedback as Hugh introduces his concept for a web-series about an unsuccessful scientist. Or is he? Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Sagan Yee of the Hand Eye Society and indie game dev discusses her journey to today. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
It’s not what you think. Stef discusses a modelling agency that deals exclusively in hands. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Gillian Hyde shares advice and anecdotes from running her business, Pip Robins check her site, for 10 years. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Dark as always, Hugh tells Stefan about his idea for a 'close to the end of the world' story with SpaceX echoes, interstellar travel, genocide and conspiracy. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh had some additional thinking and wants to correct his initial assumption of Black Creek being two shows. In addition, this is the first episode recorded at Studio 306. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stef revisits an idea he and Hugh riffed on that ended up being one of the catalysts for this very podcast! Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
John, a children's book writer and editor, was a willing reader of Hugh's children's Christmas poem: Santa Quits. His reaction? "Poetry is hard." Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh helps Stef expand on an idea for a short skit, and really… what’s in a name? Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Guest David Rowan shares his idea for a time travel story with no time travel. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh treats us to a very visual psycho-thriller script that he had some success with in early development. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Guest Josh Manricks gives Hugh and Stefan a rundown of his ideas for a VR experience and a split-screen space game. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stef looks back at an idea he had for an audio drama before podcasting really became a thing. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
The first episode of The Hired Goon is debuted by Hugh and Stefan. In this episode, the goon is hired by Two-Face. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh and Stef both dig up dead ideas for this spooky Halloween double-header. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stefan and Hugh discuss where the podcast is and where it's going. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Breaking the mold, Hugh brings up two ideas that evolved together. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh invites Stefan to brainstorm further into the short film concept of The General from episode 2. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
When asked to take a brand's aging image in a new direction, Stef gets told his idea is too different. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stefan revisits the subject of Episode 1, Memory Leak aka Forget-Me-Not. He has an idea to retcon the character. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Hugh's idea for a short film gets wrongfully accused of being a reskin of a childhood favourite. Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
Stef comes up with the idea of a totally forgettable member of the X-Men, only to learn that he may have become victim to his own creation's mutant power! Check out the show notes hereBy Hugh Elliott, Stefan Grambart
 
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