After the Credits Episode 51 – Interview: RiP: A Remix Manifesto Director Brett Gaylor

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Podcast co-host Dale (Digital Doodles) speaks with director Brett Gaylor whose documentary RiP: A Remix Manfesto won the audience choice award at the prestigious International Documentary Festival Amsterdam and just finished playing at the Whistler Film Festival, where it won the Audience Choice Award and honorable mention for Best Documentary.

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Show Notes:

:01 – Bumper
:04 – Opening Music: Girl Talk’s “Hands In The Air”
:51 – Introduction
1:22 – Interview
20:00 – Closing thoughts
20:52 – Closing Music: Girl Talk’s “Play Your Part (Pt. 1)”

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11 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 51 – Interview: RiP: A Remix Manifesto Director Brett Gaylor

  1. I love Brett's approach to the subject – making the point that the traditional idea of "the audience" is changing. Just take a look at the millions of videos on YT and the constant mashups. It's pretty mind boggling.

    Awesome interview Dale. Now I'm *really* upset I couldn't make the screening!

  2. Oh, and because I can:

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    Boooyah!

  3. Club music isn't typically my thing but these mixes are, as the kids say, "off the hook". It's an awesome album but hard to listen to in the background because every once in a while you hear a sample and say "shit! I haven't heard that in years!"

    Would love to go to a show.

  4. Anna got the DJ to play "Play Your Part" at my little sister's wedding this summer. It emptied the dance floor. Stupid old people only wanted to dance to Chubbey Checker.

    The truly amazing thing about GT's live shows is that he mixes every thing LIVE. No premade samples at all, he is doing it all on the fly as the show is going on. On top of that he allows people on to the stage with him and they surround him and try and dance with him and touch while he is mixing. The guy is lapping the curve at this point.

  5. In the interview Gaylor talks about how he came up with the idea to have GT at the core of the film after seeing a live show in Montreal where GT and the crowd basically became one – no stage and no distinction between artist and audience.

  6. In RiP Gaylor has some great interview footage of GT (aka Gregg Gillis) as well as his girl friend and parents. I can't recall who, but at one point there's a comment from one of them that GT should keep his shirt on during his show. Of course, it's immediately followed by footage of GT taking his shirt off 🙂 The energy at the shows looks amazing.

  7. Thanks for the link to the download dagwood – that's awesome! Canadians can still check out the film streaming at the NFB.

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