TG Geeks Webcast Episode 217

The Two Gay Geeks have a chat with Bobby Bala, the writer / Director of the short film, “The Shipment” as well as his career in film and why he made this particular film. As part of this interview we also have Bobby’s daughter, Ishana joining us for the chat. The Shipment has been selected as one of the sci fi entires at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival.

 




About Bobby Bala

Bobby Bala is an emerging director with a strong background in Visual FX and 3-D animation. As a father of two daughters, he was inspired to create a relatable human story about family and sacrifice.




About The Shipment

Unable to afford repairs to his old broken ship, a struggling interplanetary transporter and his daughter are stranded on a wretched spaceport as his morality is put to the test.


In our second segment we have a wrap up of Phoenix Film festival 2019, the films we saw and some of the activities we were able to be a part of. We also highlight recent articles posted to the tggeeks.com in the past week. As always we have our birthdays and we have the ever popular feedback segment.

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