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The TV Campfire

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The TV Campfire
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ATX Television Festival has a reputation we’re pretty proud of: “TV Camp for grown ups." 

Each June, showrunners actors, producers, all of the TV industry and the most incredible fans come together for one of a kind screenings, in-depth panel conversations, and...breakfast tacos...BBQ...margaritas. You get the picture. 

Now we're bottling that TV magic as a podcast! Our inaugural podcast series, showcased conversations with some of our favorite people in TV, each one exploring a different TV topic. From creating the sound of a show (TV Mixtapes), to the complexities and importance of representation (Complex, Not Complicated), to the mysteries of little-known TV jobs, like showrunning (A Showrunner Defined). These episodes are 1-6 and co-produced by Madica Productions.

Following the original 6 episodes are ATX Festival panels and programming recorded LIVE at ATX Festival ranging from Industry to Fan topics, show specific to more broad television issues.

In addition, in May of 2019 we released a special series entitled, "Inside ATX" that takes a behind the scenes look at how this festival comes together with our co-founders (Emily Gipson and Caitlin McFarland), staff, advisory board, panelists, and more. These episodes are co-produced by AJ Meyers and FiveOhm Productions.

Visit atxfestival.com/attend


Latest Episodes

Class Ceiling (Live from ATX Season 8)

EA look into the depictions of classes in America, and TV’s relationship to the ever-changing definition of the working & middle classes. Panelists:Laura Chinn (Creator/Executive Producer/Actor, Florida Girls)Dee Harris-Lawrence (Showrunner/Executive Producer, David Makes Man)Jenniffer Gomez (Writer, Vida)Gladys Rodriguez (Writer, Vida)Moderator:Tara Ariano (Extra Hot Great) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! For details on THE PITCH COMPETITION, please visit:atxfestival.com/pitch WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! ...

63 MIN3 d ago
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Class Ceiling (Live from ATX Season 8)

Fact, Fiction, and Criminal Justice presented by the ACLU

EHow authentic do plotlines about police need to be? Criminal justice plotlines and police procedurals have been a staple of both current and past TV programming. Shows today however, have the opportunity--and some say the obligation-- to explore the nuances and the contradictions inherent in real-life characterizations of police, the criminal legal system they work in, and the communities they affect. These writers and producers, along with a criminal law expert from the ACLU, discuss the importance and power of story, how they work together to ensure authentic representations of current issues, as well as the impact it has on viewer opinions on such issues as police practices, racial profiling, and the inequitable cash bail system—all in the name of fighting crime. Panelists: Sunil Nayar (Co-Showrunner/Executive Producer, The Red Line)Caitlin Parrish (Co-Creator/Writer, The Red Line)Joanna Johnson (Showrunner/Executive Producer, Good Trouble)Moderator: Twyla Carter (Senior Staff Attorney with the National ACLU's Criminal Law Reform Project) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

70 MIN1 w ago
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Fact, Fiction, and Criminal Justice presented by the ACLU

A Playwright Walks Into a Writers Room...(Live from ATX Season 8)

EAs networks and studios look to diversify their writers rooms through non-traditional routes, playwrights have quickly become some of TV’s top staffing contenders and most influential showrunners. Hear from several writers who made the jump from the theater to the writers room as they discuss what drew them to television, the unique challenges of writing for both stage and screen, and what this trend means both industries moving forward. Panelists: Tanya Saracho (Creator/Executive Producer, Vida)Rachel Rusch (Senior Vice President, Television, Bad Robot)Beau Willimon (Creator/Writer/Executive Producer, The First)Alexander Woo (Co-Creator/Showrunner/Executive Producer, The Terror)Moderator: Ben Travers (IndieWire) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! For details on THE PITCH COMPETITION, please visit:atxfestival.com/pitch WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

83 MIN2 w ago
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A Playwright Walks Into a Writers Room...(Live from ATX Season 8)

Resistance, Inclusion, and Creating Authentic Muslim Narratives presented by MPAC’s Hollywood Bureau (Live from ATX Season 8)

EFollowing the 2016 presidential election, U.S. culture saw a dangerous rise in anti-Muslim sentiment, rousing many in the entertainment industry to resist with a counter-narrative of inclusion. Within days MPAC (the Muslim Public Affairs Council) was flooded with inquiries requesting consultation on television shows with Muslim characters and recommendations for repped Muslim screenwriters to join their writers rooms. This panel of TV creatives, executives, and consultants discuss how they’ve impacted the industry in the last two years by raising the quantity and quality of Muslim characters; their efforts to increase visibility on and off-screen; and the forward-thinking importance of turning this moment into a sustained movement. Panelists: Carina Adly MacKenzie (Showrunner/Executive Producer, Roswell, NM)Mohammed Amer (Actor, Ramy)Nijla Mu'min (Writer/Director, Jinn)Sue Obeidi (Director, MPAC Hollywood Bureau)Moderator: Sonia Saraiya (Vanity Fair) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! For details on THE PITCH COMPETITION, please visit:atxfestival.com/pitch WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

79 MIN3 w ago
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Resistance, Inclusion, and Creating Authentic Muslim Narratives presented by MPAC’s Hollywood Bureau (Live from ATX Season 8)

Let's Talk About Sex (Scenes) (Live from ATX Season 8)

EWhile it’s true that television productions are increasingly aware of the emotional & physical stakes of performers on-set — many writers, actors, and directors still struggle with how to safely navigate scenes that contain intimate or sexual content. Join the creatives involved in crafting these scenes from start to finish for an honest discussion about empowering both writers and actors, and improving safe “sex” practices behind the camera. Panelists: Tanya Saracho (Creator/Executive Producer, Vida)Nicki Micheau ( Actor, Animal Kingdom)Alicia Rodis (Intimacy Coordinator, HBO series)Moderator: Joy Blake (Producer/Writer, Outlander) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! For details on THE PITCH COMPETITION, please visit: atxfestival.com/pitch WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

60 MINNOV 7
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Let's Talk About Sex (Scenes) (Live from ATX Season 8)

Casting Anthologies presented by The Casting Society of America (Live from ATX Season 8)

EWhile the original Twilight Zone (1959) helped popularize the format, the anthology series has taken on new life with the success of series like True Detective, Fargo, and Black Mirror. It's unique style of contained storytelling has attracted everyone from "movie stars," to fresh faces, to troupes of familiar players looking for variety onscreen. In this conversation, join the Casting Directors behind these dynamic short-form series as they discuss the unique intricacies and challenges associated with casting both episodic and serial anthologies. Panelists: Sherry Thomas (Casting Director, The Twilight Zone)Rachel Tenner (Casting Director, Fargo) Andrew Femenella (Casting Director, High Maintenance) Moderator: Ben Travers (IndieWire) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

78 MINOCT 31
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Casting Anthologies presented by The Casting Society of America (Live from ATX Season 8)

Power(ful) TV presented by The Television Academy + S'more with Justin Baldoni and Elisabeth Finch

EThrough innate intimacy and week-to-week stories, television is arguably our most impactful medium, having the power to change hearts and minds. Hear creators, writers, and actors discuss how series can rise above trends and token characters by weaving in storylines of gender, race, religion, aging, immigration, health care, and many more — all with the belief that exposing audiences to a variety of people, experiences, and worlds they might never encounter will foster understanding, empathy, and community. Panelists: Elisabeth R. Finch (Co-Executive Producer/Writer, Grey's Anatomy)Sunil Nayar (Co-Showrunner/Executive Producer, The Red Line) Dee Harris-Lawrence (Showrunner/Executive Producer, David Makes Man)Justin Baldoni (Executive Producer/Director/Actor/Entrepreneur, My Last Days)Moderator: Maury McIntyre (President & Chief Operating Officer, Television Academy) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

89 MINOCT 24
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Power(ful) TV presented by The Television Academy + S'more with Justin Baldoni and Elisabeth Finch

Letterkenny Q&A presented by Hulu (Live from ATX Season 8)

EThe cast and creatives behind Hulu's hit import LETTERKENNY discuss going from web series to full-fledged show, Canadian humor, and pulling pranks in this Q&A from ATX Season 8. Season 7 of Letterkenny is now streaming on Hulu! Panelists: Jacob Tierney (EP/Director/Cast)Mark Montefiore (EP)Nathan Dales (Cast)Michelle Mylett (Cast)K. Trevor Wilson (Cast)Moderator: Joanna Robinson (Vanity Fair) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, A...

39 MINOCT 17
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Letterkenny Q&A presented by Hulu (Live from ATX Season 8)

Breaking the Stigma: Mental Health on TV + S'More with Stephen Falk (Live from ATX Season 8)

ETV series broaching stories of mental health and mental illness are on the rise, from anxiety and depression to bipolar disorder and PTSD. By exploring everything from diagnosis and treatment, to daily ups-and-downs, they’re bringing to light what often goes unsaid: the journey towards mental health is universal. Join the writers from a few of TV’s bravest, smartest, weirdest, kindest, most challenging series for an honest discussion about destigmatizing the conversation around mental illness, and breaking open the incredibly un-universal notion of ‘normal.’ Panelists: Stephen Falk (Creator/Writer/Executive Producer/Director, You're The Worst)Mike Royce (Creator/Writer/Executive Producer, One Day At a Time) Meredith Averill (Co-Showrunner/Executive Producer/Writer, The Haunting of Hill House)Arielle Kebbel (Actor, Midnight,Texas)Moderator: Ben Travers (IndieWire) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

94 MINOCT 10
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Breaking the Stigma: Mental Health on TV + S'More with Stephen Falk (Live from ATX Season 8)

Storytellers on the Frontlines of Change: The Refugee & Asylum Seeker Crisis presented by Amnesty International (Live from ATX Season 8)

EAs the crisis at the border continues, Amnesty International has been mobilizing and uniting people to welcome refugees and asylum seekers who are fleeing violence and persecution. Too often, these people are portrayed in politics and in the media as two-dimensional tropes -- victims or villains -- without a platform or access to tell their own stories. So what is the role of television in breaking down these harmful stereotypes? Tune in for a discussion with writers & advocates about how to restore agency to refugees and asylum seekers through inclusive representation, multi-faceted characters, and humanist narratives. Panelists:Elisabeth R. Finch (Grey's Anatomy), Alexander Woo (The Terror: Infamy), Rafael Agustin (Jane the Virgin), Mike Royce (One Day at a Time) Moderator:Ashley Houghton (Amnesty International) Correction: The first ATX Season 8 podcast release from The Syndication Project was Better With Age: Growing Older on TV presented by Hollywood Health and Society. -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

67 MINOCT 3
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Storytellers on the Frontlines of Change: The Refugee & Asylum Seeker Crisis presented by Amnesty International (Live from ATX Season 8)

Latest Episodes

Class Ceiling (Live from ATX Season 8)

EA look into the depictions of classes in America, and TV’s relationship to the ever-changing definition of the working & middle classes. Panelists:Laura Chinn (Creator/Executive Producer/Actor, Florida Girls)Dee Harris-Lawrence (Showrunner/Executive Producer, David Makes Man)Jenniffer Gomez (Writer, Vida)Gladys Rodriguez (Writer, Vida)Moderator:Tara Ariano (Extra Hot Great) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! For details on THE PITCH COMPETITION, please visit:atxfestival.com/pitch WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! ...

63 MIN3 d ago
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Class Ceiling (Live from ATX Season 8)

Fact, Fiction, and Criminal Justice presented by the ACLU

EHow authentic do plotlines about police need to be? Criminal justice plotlines and police procedurals have been a staple of both current and past TV programming. Shows today however, have the opportunity--and some say the obligation-- to explore the nuances and the contradictions inherent in real-life characterizations of police, the criminal legal system they work in, and the communities they affect. These writers and producers, along with a criminal law expert from the ACLU, discuss the importance and power of story, how they work together to ensure authentic representations of current issues, as well as the impact it has on viewer opinions on such issues as police practices, racial profiling, and the inequitable cash bail system—all in the name of fighting crime. Panelists: Sunil Nayar (Co-Showrunner/Executive Producer, The Red Line)Caitlin Parrish (Co-Creator/Writer, The Red Line)Joanna Johnson (Showrunner/Executive Producer, Good Trouble)Moderator: Twyla Carter (Senior Staff Attorney with the National ACLU's Criminal Law Reform Project) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

70 MIN1 w ago
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Fact, Fiction, and Criminal Justice presented by the ACLU

A Playwright Walks Into a Writers Room...(Live from ATX Season 8)

EAs networks and studios look to diversify their writers rooms through non-traditional routes, playwrights have quickly become some of TV’s top staffing contenders and most influential showrunners. Hear from several writers who made the jump from the theater to the writers room as they discuss what drew them to television, the unique challenges of writing for both stage and screen, and what this trend means both industries moving forward. Panelists: Tanya Saracho (Creator/Executive Producer, Vida)Rachel Rusch (Senior Vice President, Television, Bad Robot)Beau Willimon (Creator/Writer/Executive Producer, The First)Alexander Woo (Co-Creator/Showrunner/Executive Producer, The Terror)Moderator: Ben Travers (IndieWire) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! For details on THE PITCH COMPETITION, please visit:atxfestival.com/pitch WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

83 MIN2 w ago
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A Playwright Walks Into a Writers Room...(Live from ATX Season 8)

Resistance, Inclusion, and Creating Authentic Muslim Narratives presented by MPAC’s Hollywood Bureau (Live from ATX Season 8)

EFollowing the 2016 presidential election, U.S. culture saw a dangerous rise in anti-Muslim sentiment, rousing many in the entertainment industry to resist with a counter-narrative of inclusion. Within days MPAC (the Muslim Public Affairs Council) was flooded with inquiries requesting consultation on television shows with Muslim characters and recommendations for repped Muslim screenwriters to join their writers rooms. This panel of TV creatives, executives, and consultants discuss how they’ve impacted the industry in the last two years by raising the quantity and quality of Muslim characters; their efforts to increase visibility on and off-screen; and the forward-thinking importance of turning this moment into a sustained movement. Panelists: Carina Adly MacKenzie (Showrunner/Executive Producer, Roswell, NM)Mohammed Amer (Actor, Ramy)Nijla Mu'min (Writer/Director, Jinn)Sue Obeidi (Director, MPAC Hollywood Bureau)Moderator: Sonia Saraiya (Vanity Fair) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! For details on THE PITCH COMPETITION, please visit:atxfestival.com/pitch WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

79 MIN3 w ago
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Resistance, Inclusion, and Creating Authentic Muslim Narratives presented by MPAC’s Hollywood Bureau (Live from ATX Season 8)

Let's Talk About Sex (Scenes) (Live from ATX Season 8)

EWhile it’s true that television productions are increasingly aware of the emotional & physical stakes of performers on-set — many writers, actors, and directors still struggle with how to safely navigate scenes that contain intimate or sexual content. Join the creatives involved in crafting these scenes from start to finish for an honest discussion about empowering both writers and actors, and improving safe “sex” practices behind the camera. Panelists: Tanya Saracho (Creator/Executive Producer, Vida)Nicki Micheau ( Actor, Animal Kingdom)Alicia Rodis (Intimacy Coordinator, HBO series)Moderator: Joy Blake (Producer/Writer, Outlander) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! For details on THE PITCH COMPETITION, please visit: atxfestival.com/pitch WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

60 MINNOV 7
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Let's Talk About Sex (Scenes) (Live from ATX Season 8)

Casting Anthologies presented by The Casting Society of America (Live from ATX Season 8)

EWhile the original Twilight Zone (1959) helped popularize the format, the anthology series has taken on new life with the success of series like True Detective, Fargo, and Black Mirror. It's unique style of contained storytelling has attracted everyone from "movie stars," to fresh faces, to troupes of familiar players looking for variety onscreen. In this conversation, join the Casting Directors behind these dynamic short-form series as they discuss the unique intricacies and challenges associated with casting both episodic and serial anthologies. Panelists: Sherry Thomas (Casting Director, The Twilight Zone)Rachel Tenner (Casting Director, Fargo) Andrew Femenella (Casting Director, High Maintenance) Moderator: Ben Travers (IndieWire) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

78 MINOCT 31
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Casting Anthologies presented by The Casting Society of America (Live from ATX Season 8)

Power(ful) TV presented by The Television Academy + S'more with Justin Baldoni and Elisabeth Finch

EThrough innate intimacy and week-to-week stories, television is arguably our most impactful medium, having the power to change hearts and minds. Hear creators, writers, and actors discuss how series can rise above trends and token characters by weaving in storylines of gender, race, religion, aging, immigration, health care, and many more — all with the belief that exposing audiences to a variety of people, experiences, and worlds they might never encounter will foster understanding, empathy, and community. Panelists: Elisabeth R. Finch (Co-Executive Producer/Writer, Grey's Anatomy)Sunil Nayar (Co-Showrunner/Executive Producer, The Red Line) Dee Harris-Lawrence (Showrunner/Executive Producer, David Makes Man)Justin Baldoni (Executive Producer/Director/Actor/Entrepreneur, My Last Days)Moderator: Maury McIntyre (President & Chief Operating Officer, Television Academy) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

89 MINOCT 24
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Power(ful) TV presented by The Television Academy + S'more with Justin Baldoni and Elisabeth Finch

Letterkenny Q&A presented by Hulu (Live from ATX Season 8)

EThe cast and creatives behind Hulu's hit import LETTERKENNY discuss going from web series to full-fledged show, Canadian humor, and pulling pranks in this Q&A from ATX Season 8. Season 7 of Letterkenny is now streaming on Hulu! Panelists: Jacob Tierney (EP/Director/Cast)Mark Montefiore (EP)Nathan Dales (Cast)Michelle Mylett (Cast)K. Trevor Wilson (Cast)Moderator: Joanna Robinson (Vanity Fair) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, A...

39 MINOCT 17
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Letterkenny Q&A presented by Hulu (Live from ATX Season 8)

Breaking the Stigma: Mental Health on TV + S'More with Stephen Falk (Live from ATX Season 8)

ETV series broaching stories of mental health and mental illness are on the rise, from anxiety and depression to bipolar disorder and PTSD. By exploring everything from diagnosis and treatment, to daily ups-and-downs, they’re bringing to light what often goes unsaid: the journey towards mental health is universal. Join the writers from a few of TV’s bravest, smartest, weirdest, kindest, most challenging series for an honest discussion about destigmatizing the conversation around mental illness, and breaking open the incredibly un-universal notion of ‘normal.’ Panelists: Stephen Falk (Creator/Writer/Executive Producer/Director, You're The Worst)Mike Royce (Creator/Writer/Executive Producer, One Day At a Time) Meredith Averill (Co-Showrunner/Executive Producer/Writer, The Haunting of Hill House)Arielle Kebbel (Actor, Midnight,Texas)Moderator: Ben Travers (IndieWire) -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

94 MINOCT 10
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Breaking the Stigma: Mental Health on TV + S'More with Stephen Falk (Live from ATX Season 8)

Storytellers on the Frontlines of Change: The Refugee & Asylum Seeker Crisis presented by Amnesty International (Live from ATX Season 8)

EAs the crisis at the border continues, Amnesty International has been mobilizing and uniting people to welcome refugees and asylum seekers who are fleeing violence and persecution. Too often, these people are portrayed in politics and in the media as two-dimensional tropes -- victims or villains -- without a platform or access to tell their own stories. So what is the role of television in breaking down these harmful stereotypes? Tune in for a discussion with writers & advocates about how to restore agency to refugees and asylum seekers through inclusive representation, multi-faceted characters, and humanist narratives. Panelists:Elisabeth R. Finch (Grey's Anatomy), Alexander Woo (The Terror: Infamy), Rafael Agustin (Jane the Virgin), Mike Royce (One Day at a Time) Moderator:Ashley Houghton (Amnesty International) Correction: The first ATX Season 8 podcast release from The Syndication Project was Better With Age: Growing Older on TV presented by Hollywood Health and Society. -- DISCOUNT for Podcast Listeners: Get15% OFFof your Season 9 (June 4-7) Badge using the promo code:TVCF2020. Go to ATXFestival.com/Buy-A-Badge and follow links to purchase! WHERE TO FIND USFOLLOW us at @ATXFestival on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and let us know your thoughts on this episode (or any episode!) using #TheTVCampfire!SUBSCRIBE to ourYouTube channelto watch full panels (like this one) and Q&As from Season 8 and past festivals!BUY A BADGE atatxfestival.com/buy-a-badgeand join us next June for ATX Season 9 (June 4-7, 2020)! Episode produced by: Caitlin McFarland, Emily Gipson, AJ Meyers, and audio partner Five Ohm Productions. ATXFestival.com FiveOhm.com

67 MINOCT 3
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Storytellers on the Frontlines of Change: The Refugee & Asylum Seeker Crisis presented by Amnesty International (Live from ATX Season 8)
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