Screen Time Retired

Screen Time

A weekly show where the sharpest minds in tech and entertainment talk about the present and future of movies, TV, and games. Nothing is off-limits, from development and production to distribution and consumption.

Hosted by Moisés Chiullan.


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#54: Going Indie

March 5, 2014 at 9:00pm • 3 minutes

Moisés bids farewell to 5by5 in anticipation of Screen Time's relaunch as "Electric Shadow" for his new Electric Shadow Network (ESN.fm). The show isn't ending, just going indie (and changing names).


#53: I <3 LaserDisc

January 16, 2014 at 9:00pm • 2 hours 18 minutes

Charles de Lauzirika, Robert Meyer Burnett, and Brian Ward join Moisés to talk about their work producing Blu-ray and DVD special editions for iconic directors (Ridley Scott), sci-fi TV (Star Trek: TNG), and childhood favorite shows (Power Rangers), among many others.


#52: Immersive Experience

January 4, 2014 at 1:45pm • 2 hours 9 minutes

Casey Liss, Kevin Purdy, and Matt Alexander join Moisés to talk about what does and doesn't work as a movie and a TV show, and how our viewing habits have changed. Are we tired of sad piano and whiskey time every week, or do we like a bit of filler?


#51: Making Out with Stephen Fry

December 31, 2013 at 9:00pm • 40 minutes

Ioan Gruffudd has played icons Horatio Hornblower, Reed Richards, and William Wilberforce on the screen. He tells stories about his work with icons, from Michael Apted and James Cameron to Albert Finney and Stephen Fry. Recorded tableside at the 2013 Dallas Comic-Con.


#50: Turbo Time

December 31, 2013 at 5:00pm • 1 hour 24 minutes

Moisés talks about his younger brother's autism and how it shaped their mutual media discovery throughout their childhood, including a very subjective love of an otherwise awful movie, Jingle All the Way.


#49: The Next Stage

December 20, 2013 at 12:00pm • 1 hour 49 minutes

Horace Dediu joins Moisés to discuss 4K, 8K, and the future of the displays we use to consume our content. Will presentation quality ever be "king" again, or is cheap, short, indexable content the new ideal?


#48: Lois Lane Club

December 14, 2013 at 6:30pm • 48 minutes

When Erica Durance was cast as Lois Lane in Smallville, the decision was considered controversial among fandom, but she has since become a fan favorite. In this Austin Comic-Con Q&A, she talks about that role, the importance of strong female role models, and the work that interests her the most.


#47: Romance of Paperwork

December 12, 2013 at 2:00pm • 36 minutes

New in-house engineer Zak Holder joins Moisés to discuss and recommend Coen Brothers movies that they feel are under-appreciated in the shadow of The Big Lebowski. Moisés then interviews Inside Llewyn Davis star Oscar Isaac, discussing (among other things) the difference in style between Ridley Scott, Steven Soderbergh, and the Coens.


#46: How We Get Kryptonite

December 6, 2013 at 4:00pm • 1 hour 33 minutes

Devin Faraci (Badass Digest), Brian Truitt (USA Today), and Blu-ray producer Robert Meyer Burnett to discuss mega-scale "comic book" blockbusters, from the Fast & Furious series to superhero cinema. Where is the saturation point? How do these series recover from real-life tragedy and financial failure?


#45: Impact Characters

October 25, 2013 at 3:00pm • 1 hour 13 minutes

Defiance star Grant Bowler discusses the show and game, being a true hardcore MMO gamer, and forsaking Han Solo as a model for actors from classic westerns (among many other things). This panel and Q&A were recorded at the recent Dallas Comic-Con Fan Days convention.