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"patrick aquino" Discussed on Asian Americana

Asian Americana

05:39 min | 10 months ago

"patrick aquino" Discussed on Asian Americana

"Euros. kizer one mix. It's human talking to all of these people will and hearing their stories. I really showed us that. Facial hair on Asian men is a lot more complicated than we thought yes. I think that's why we had to explorer so many different types the stories. I think when you first hear the idea for an entire podcast episode about Asian American men and facial hair. You might think that. Take up an entire hire episode. But when you think about other so many different types of experiences all of them are valid and all of them are uniquely Asian. American facial hair is more than just hair on your face. It inner we's with a lot of different parts of your identities and we just wanted to tell some of these stories and you know I'm all about telling stories. Thank you to all our guests. In today's episode Justin Ching recently finished directing the Docu series soul origins and finished writing a coming of age film called free three periods. You can find him on all social media at just an arching. That's Justin or C. H.. I. G. Learn More about its production company at J. Dash School Dot. Co while you're waiting to learn about Desmond chums role in Marvel's the Falcon and the winter soldier. You can catch him on. ABC's Reef break. You can also follow Desmond and on twitter and Instagram at does Chum. That's D. E. S. C. H. I. A. M. Saga Shake was recently in twenty nine teens. ABC covers and and you can listen to more of him on his podcast. Bollywood boys find him on twitter and Instagram at soccer. That's S. H. W. G. R. Patrika Pino co-produces the podcast long distance alongside producer and host Paula Mateo. The show tells stories from the Filipino. Diaspora you might recognize them. From previous episodes of Asian Americana he also produces documentary companion opinion series long distance. TV catch them on twitter and instagram. At Patrick Aquino. That's Patrick. Api Ano- Emil. Chang is currently finishing Grad school At USC School of Cinematic Arts Focusing in cinematography and writing you can find out more on his website. Es Chang Dot Com. That's E. S. C. H. A. N. N. G. DOT COM. Emory Johnson is in the MFA film production and Directing Program at Ucla School of Theater Film and Television and is currently developing an experimental documentary on transgender. International students. Follow them on Instagram at Emory Chow. Johnson that's E. M. O. R. Y. C. H. A. O. J. O. H. N. S. S. O. N.. Scholar graduated from Harvard and recently finished a nationwide speaking tour you can find him on twitter. At SB Underscore Pink Manta Ray on instagram program. At Pink Monterey or Website Pink Monterey Dot Com Tracy Cutler Kitty Obama continues to work on so many things theater poetry community organizing. You can find more about her on her website. TRACY CHEMI DOT COM. That's T. R. A. C.. I A. K. E. M. I. Dot Com these fidget sing recently recently. Had his first solo exhibit of illustrations at Seattle's wing. Luke Museum it was called Wham Bam POW cartoons turbans confronting hate. His work is inspired a new portrait store. Chilling project called the American Superhero which captures all types of Americans in superhero form. You can follow him on twitter instagram at six tunes. That's S. K. H. H. T. O. N. S. and see his cartoons at six tunes Dot Com. Thanks also to today's producers. The I finish a complete episode with me on Asian America gotTa Eight is saying is the entertainment editor for Times at the Los Angeles Times. You can find your on twitter at Ada Sang. That's eighty eight T. S. E. N. Asia and on instagram. At eight hundred eighty eight. You can also hear her on our fellow potluck. PODCAST Saturday school. Caroline Chang is a writer arts administrator and event event planner. You can find her on Instagram at words and Cats Asian economies hosted and produced by me when he servicemen. Today's episode was produced by eight in Carolina. Chang and edited by me are opening song as we belong by magnetic north and tionna featuring Christie. The song you're hearing with these credits is we are the children by Chris. Jima no-go Moto and Charley Chimp. The music he heard during this episode included. Take it back by. Shouldn't Coa Sake. I don't know let's sing by by Jennifer trump more than Real Connie Lim Aka milk. That's milk with a C. K.. Yellow by Leo Shah. Something about today by Chris. Jima Nobuko Miyamoto and Charlie Chan and marvels by Jason Shoe Featuring Sarah Jake you can visit our site of Asian Americana Dot Com find us on facebook and follow us on twitter at Asian underscore Americana. If you like the show. Please rate and review us on Apple podcasts. And again if you really like the show your donations donations. Let us do more episodes with more producers like this one so please become a monthly supporter on Patriae on. Just click the support button on our website. asian-american crowdfunding member of potluck outlook a collective of podcasts featuring voices and stories from the Asian American community. Thanks for listening and stay tuned for more stories of Asian American. Uh potluck I want to hear more check out this other show from from the POTLUCK podcast collective. Hey Brian did you go to Saturday school as a kid I sure did. Did you totally our podcast Saturday school. We don't teach a language but we pass along the culture that we do know. And that's Asian American pop culture. Eight is a journalist. And I'm a professor and film festival programmer. Lost a lot of great Asian American movies. And we want you to watch them to come listen to us as we look back at the pioneering films that have led us today..

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"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

Long Distance

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

"Isn't a perfect movie but for me nights. Say A lot of kids who grew up in the ninety S. It is a freaking awesome movie. Just picture a bunch of kids running around in Never Neverland Fighting GROWNUPS AKA pirates. It's sort of a sequel to the story of Peter Pan. The boy who wouldn't grow up but but in this version directed by Steven Spielberg Peter Does grow up and he turns into a lawyer. Played by Robin Williams here. He is with Wendy now l.. Grandma Wendy played by Maggie Smith was in Howard laid you in Iraq to him blankets grandmother the thirteen year old granddaughter asleep in the bed. Moyer minute so when you decided not to go back to Napa more the brand I'm GonNa go get more tried to tease difficulty. Listen I'm not ready to Peter is such a grownup. He doesn't remember being Peter Pan but when his kids are taken away by his arch-rival Hook played by a wig. Did Moustachioed Dustin Hoffman. Peter must remember to be himself again. A kid who can fly so he can get to Neverland and save his own kids holes. Of course Peter or needs a little help from a ragtag group known as the lost boys led by a red and black haired punk rock meets skater boy named take. Ah Little. Did I know what I watched this film in the nineteen ninety s probably on VHS or TV that this kid playing Rubio was a Filipino. American actor named Dante Bosco. He'd actually been working in Hollywood as a child actor for several years before he landed the coveted role. All of Rubio. It might have been a small role in the big picture of that particular film. But it's one that people still talk about. He has his own instagram shifts and immediate generator. The people 'cause play has rubio a friend of mine told me her sister named her baby roof. You know no Mr Skunk too much moves you just a punk kid. I want to speak to a grownup auto suppliers. He's me we kill. Pirate so happens I am a lawyer. The film may have been about Pan and called Hook. The real fan favorite to this day is Rubio and with good reason he might have been the first Asian kid on a movie screen. That wasn't a stereotypical nerd. And and the iconic character has earned Don Bosco place in pop culture also due in part to his equally fan favourite roles like Prince Zuko in the Nickelodeon the animated series Avatar the last heir bender. I thought I had lost my honor and that somehow my father could return it to me but I know now that no one can give you your your honor. It's something you earn for yourself by choosing to do what's right jake. Long in the Disney Channel Cartoon American Dragon. Jake Long Jason and Ben in the Filipino American. indie film the debut abuse. And who is this all just wrestling school there. These bathroom guy says go. What are your names? I've never seen it before. This is Doug in this. Is Rick. Say so you go to school with band. Did you should come by more often. We never get to see. BEN SPREADS INVITES A. Are you guys hungry. We have plentitude Lynch hit Florida. No they just ain't guys but when I visited Dante Bosco in his home in Los Angeles with my fellow producer. Sir Patrick Aquino. Yeah Patrick said you. I saw Dante onscreen long before hooked on a soap opera in the nineteen in eighty s called Santa Barbara.

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"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

Long Distance

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

"In this episode was edited. Did by Patrick. A piano. Sound design mix is by me all amato long distance is produced by Patrick a piano and me by the way I know. It's the holidays and you might have a little more free three time or even travel time coming up so be sure to catch up on all episodes of long distance on your favorite podcast APP or on our show site long distance. RADIO DOT COM. Aw Please tell your friends and family check it out too. And while you're at it leave us a rating and review on Apple podcasts on the show site we've got photos and links to materials on every episode so page plus you can watch new episodes too long distance. TV The documentary video series for this podcast directed by Patrick Aquino. He worked really hard on those videos. And they're beautiful. Do say so myself. So please do check it out this season of long distance produced with support from PX and the Google podcasts casts Creator Program Music in this episode is by Blue Dots sessions beam song is by c light and the prisons special. Thanks to Jagmeet Singh Mac over at pure rex for giving us feedback on this episode. And seriously thank you so much to everybody who called and we wanna make more episodes like this in the future. So if you'd like to share your long distance story call two one three two nine three six zero two four and leave us a message about what. It's like to be Filipino. Wherever you may not be able to fit every story for your call on the episode but we love hearing from you and who knows he might put it on the next one? Remember with your story. Please leave your full name if possible where you're from. How how we can email you or call you back just in case you want to follow? That's it for this episode of Long Distance Weeks. Thanks for listening..

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"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

Long Distance

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

"Oregon and I'm from Beckley West Virginia. Actually I live in Charleston West Virginia now anyway by the way I definitely Filipino. Okay so ooh awhile back we asked You yes you to give us a call and tell us about your long distance story or what. It's like to be Filipino. Wherever you you are in the world many of you called thank you very much? And now we'd like to share some of those calls with you on this episode. This was a really fun episode to put together. Honesty was inspired by a lot of your messages and requests from last season. Many of you have asked us to come to your part of the world and tell stories about Filipinos. He knows there will because we can't be everywhere at once yet. We figured this would be a great way to get your stories on the show and to finally hear from you our listeners. Who have made this show possible and this episode would not be possible? Well all episodes really but this this particular one truly would not be possible without my fellow producer voice actor partner whatever Patrick Aquino who made it all happen. Hey Hey Patrick. So Patrick usually I take the lead on show production and you come in first story editing and things like that but for this episode you took charge urge of collecting all the voicemail messages received you sorted through them then you edited a bunch them into a really great piece at three hundred music and all that jazz but you really took the reins of putting this all together. was that like news cool. It was fun kind. Just light hearing people's stories and a lot of the stories were kind of always from the perspective active of being the other. You know so. I found that kind of interesting. There were so many great calls. We really appreciated that. People took the time to call leave a message. Three minutes or less some may be took a couple of calls to get their messages in but that was cool. There were calls with different kinds of stories. A lot of them had to do with what it was like to grow up in their part of the world what it was like to be in a community that was very Filipino or not Filipino. At all that said we could not not fit all of the calls into one episode and we also had to edit allow. These calls down for time. Patrick actually really got to listen to all these messages messages pretty closely. Where were these calls coming from? Could you name some places. Yeah there were a bunch from the. US One from Australia and one from a woman who lived in Dubai. Canada places like VOB each Stocked in Queens. The Bay Chicago even in Boston. Well I'm really excited to share this episode. It's going to be a change of pace from our usual story episodes but I think it'll be fun. Thanks Patrick for making it all happen. No problem now without further ado all that is on this episode. Long distance calls volume. All you want a quick warning. There's some curse words in this episode. Not Too much just in the first and last call. Okay here we go. Hi My name is frank modern and I grew up here in the inland empire which is like the halfway mark between Los Angeles and San Diego. At one time I was on. I was actually reading at a bar and I think the bar back. He was Philippino from the Philippines and he made that clear is after shift. They asked if I spoke to college. I don't Speak Tagalog and explain this to him and he just sort of said that I wasn't like qualified to be Filipinos. Weird statement statement is getting heated about it and I was like look man. I guess. That's your definition Filipino. On Justice Filipino. How to get out of here and as I said that term said by he basically told me to fuck off and I said Whoa? That's not necessary and a and just felt really compelled to to let me know how he was. And so he found the outside and He shouldn't combat.

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"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

Long Distance

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

"You're listening to long distance. I'm Paulo Mardo in. I just wanted to say give us a call. All alright or right before I get into the calling saying, I know I still, oh you a season one finale episode but so much. So much has been happening to the broadcast as you know, long distance is part of the Google podcast, crater program with PR Rex I've been attending training's going on reporting trips in working on all sorts of audience in business related things with Patrick EP, no, my partner, whatever. And now producer no longer just co as you probably already know Patrick's been doing a lot of great stuff for the show story, editing and visuals, including some cool, new things or doing for long distance TV that you'll be hearing about very soon, basically, we've been working on a lot of things lately, like finishing up season one while prepping for season two were deep into the Google podcast crater program thing. And we're also figuring out. Out all the ways that we can make the show better and more sustainable for many episodes in seasons to come. If you follow the show on social media or watch long-distance TV, you'll see what we've been up to so be sure to check that out. More info on this and more on the website long distance radio dot com. So, yeah, all is good season. Finale is coming soon. But for now I have a favor to ask you, we've been talking to a lot of listeners and reading your responses to the survey, which has helped us a lot in figuring out how to improve the show. Thank you to all of you who participated if you haven't filled out the survey, you can still do so at long distance radio dot com slash survey. Anyway, we received a lot of feedback about listeners wine, tears stories set in the places they live from Kentucky to Canada and beyond. What's it like being Filipino in Dubai or Texas? What about Singapore? Well, here's. Your chance to share your story in your experience, wherever you live in the DASS bre. All you have to do is call two and three two nine three six oh, two four and leave a voicemail say your first name last name where you're from that's open ended on purpose and tell us what it's like being Filipino there, if you lived in multiple cities or countries like me, let us know. And tell us what that's like. And if you're cool with it, leaving Email, and our phone number in case we need to follow up. We hope to share your story in an upcoming episode of long distance calls get it. We may also share it on social media or we might hit you up to talk about making your story, a long distance story. Let's easy, right. Well, if you're still unclear on what a long distance, call should sound like. Here's an example by the one and only Patrick Aquino Patrick take it away. Called is not available for message after the tone. Hey Patrick piano. I mean, Los Angeles. But I grew up in the San Francisco Bay area. I didn't really grow up around Filipinos, but I grew up in kind of a multicultural environment. My parents were immigrants, and they met in San Francisco. They didn't really like push lot of Filipino stuff on me. But had a lot of relatives extended family in the area who kind of pick things up from along the way, a new who I was. But I didn't really think about it on a daily basis. I was just in dude who played soccer basketball tried talking to girls and I wanted to make movies someday. Okay. That's it. I think. That was perfect. Thanks. Patrick problem. That's just one example of how to leave a long distance voice mail. You can pretty much say anything, as long as it has to do with being Filipino. Whatever. Part of the world in, you can talk about what it was like growing up. We did what it's like living where you live. Now it can be a story with a beginning middle and end or it can be an anecdote or some observe Asians on your personal experience. Just keep it short and sweet three minutes or less, because that's honestly, all our voicemail service can record. If you really need to do along one you'll have to call back, but try not to again just call two one three two nine three six zero two four that's two one three two nine three six zero two four. Leave your first name last name where you're from that's open ended on purpose. And what it's like being Filipino there. And don't forget to leave an Email, or phone number that we can contact in case we need to follow up. We will not share your Email or phone number on the show or anywhere public. All right. Hope you give us a call. Can't wait to hear from you. This mini episode or call for calls was written mixed produced by me Paula. Mario producer is Patrick EP. No cover. Art is by Selena, comma, with title design by me theme song is by sea light, and the presumes music in Sep Assad is by blue dot sessions. That's it for this long. Distance. Call for calls. Thanks for listening more soon. But had a lot of relatives extended family in the area who kind of pick things up from along the way. Conditions food that you guys eight today. Every major holiday. At think we had like it Villaba. I think I'm saying that, right. Every holiday, we always had like tons. I'll make. Say.

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"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

Long Distance

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

"The kind of a mix of comedy, musicals horror, which makes total sense if you've seen them or have met HP his latest film is bitter melon. Tell we about that video, we did about how to Filipino accent could Could go go. via no one even knows what Filipino is everyone knows at least. And they all expect us to know each other don't we though. A Filipino American family comes together for Christmas things. Don't go as planned. Junk last night. I just had a couple of drinks. It try. Thank you for started writing the script in nineteen ninety seven twenty one years later. The film is finally finished out in the world played in select theaters last week in his currently available on digital platforms. Like high tunes Amazon, so, yeah, after you listen to this go watch it. Full disclosure my co-producer, Patrick Aquino is in the movie, he's a filmmaker and actor in real life surprise. So I've watched this movie many times, it's got all the elements of your typical Philippino family reunion, lots.

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"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

Long Distance

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"patrick aquino" Discussed on Long Distance

"Okay. Real talk. Is it just me or was twenty eighteen hell of Filipino? To find out. I took a little field trip to the eagle rock neighborhood of Los Angeles, where there's a homey, little restaurant called behing Stor. I went with my co producer partner, whatever Patrick Aquino and after ordering some food. I asked Patrick was twenty eighteen hell of Filipino. Me every year with us. Hello, filipino. Seriously? Pella, villa? Vina. Really? Really? Yeah. Yeah. This is pretty Filipino more so than previous years. It seemed like Filipino food was all over the place. There were a bunch of Filipino films. A lot of stuff kind of came up and blew up a little bit. So maybe we're.

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