FadCast Ep. 72 | Hollywood’s ‘Dirty Laundry’ ft. Adi Shankar


FadCast Ep. 72 | Hollywood’s ‘Dirty Laundry’ ft. Adi Shankar

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FadCast Episode 72

Episode Summary:

Today the FadCast talks about the rise and fall of Hollywood films with special guest Adi Shankar. Before we dive into the depths of the Hollywood film industry, we do a quick recap of those we lost including David Bowie and Alan Rickman.

How did you like the show? Which is YOUR favorite episode to date? We want to know YOUR opinion, so tell us in the comment section below.

Episode Breakdown:

Pooya: You are listening to FilmFad.com’s FadCast episode 72.

Ryan: With our celebrity guest, “Dredd” Producer, Adi Shankar.

Pooya: Today we’ll talk about fan films broadcast through unconventional means.

Ryan: And learn the formula for funding an independent movie with a real budget.

Pooya: You’ll hear all that and more so let’s get started!

(Intro Music break)

Current Events Speed Round (~5min)

Fan Films, the Bootleg Universe, and Hollywood with Adi Shankar (~42min)

You can currently check out Adi’s upcoming work on his IMDB page and check out his “Bootleg Universe” on the YouTube channel below!


Author: Ryan

Ryan has been fascinated with film and pop culture since childhood. Throughout college he "played it safe" taking the more lucrative route of being a computer programmer while squeezing in film related courses where he could...but even during his post college career, he could never escape his true passion. After following one of his favorite blogs for a long time, he approached the site's Editor about writing and they reluctantly gave him a shot. He later became their Senior Writer which led to a variety of other projects, radio show appearances, features, and high profile celebrity interviews. Despite his success with blogging, he still wanted more so in order to expand his creative addiction, he merged his IT skills and blogging know-how to create FilmFad.com which has continued to grow into a creative Mecca of pop-culture fun and integrity.[email protected]   Film Fad

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