Saturday 21 September 2013

The A113Animation Podcast, Episode 5 - Brandon Oldenburg and Limbert Fabian

After our lengthy D23/Despicable Me 2 double-feature episode last time, episode 5 of the A113Animation Podcast is a shorter one. This is a bonus episode, featuring my interview with Brandon Oldenburg and Limbert Fabian, the directors of Moonbot Studios'/Chipotle Mexican Grill/CAA's attention-getting short film, The Scarecrow! You can check out the full transcription of the interview here, but if you'd rather listen to my nasally tones and the voices of Brandon and Limbert, then you can listen to the podcast on Podomatic, iTunes and Stitcher below! We talk the film's production, its inspirations, its choice of music, what's next for the studio (a feature film collaboration with Guillermo del Toro is just one of many exciting projects!) and more - including Brandon's rant about original Star Wars lightsaber toys. You don't want to miss that.

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Recorded Wednesday 18th September, 2013. Runtime 00:34:51, 32 MB


Official description for the episode: From the animation news, views, reviews and interviews site,, comes the A113Animation Podcast! Hosted by William Jardine, and co-hosted by a rotating team of Damien Chevrier, Munir Abedrabbo, Nadine Shambrook and Mayra Amaya, join us as we discuss everything animated - and a lot more besides.

Episode 5 of the A113Animation Podcast is just a mini one. Ahead of our big two-part Disney Renaissance special, check out this exclusive interview that William did with the directors of Moonbot Studios' The Scarecrow earlier this week. Brandon Oldenburg, Limbert Fabian and Willaim talk about the short's production and inspirations, the music, working with Chipotle and CAA, upcoming Moonbot projects (including a feature film with Guillermo del Toro!), animation hot topics, crappy lightsaber toys and more! Download and listen to episode 5 of the A113Animation Podcast now!

Check out the transcription of the interview at

The intro and outro used are "The Adventures of Tintin" by John Williams and is copyright Sony Classical. All clips used are copyright their respective owners. Else, all rights reserved.

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