Special Feature: Producers To Keep An Ear On

On this special Third Coast Podcast we're doing what we do best — sharing the best radio from around the world!

2015 / Marlo Mack / Sara Curtis / Dennis Funk / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


On this special Third Coast Podcast we're doing what we do best — sharing the best radio from around the world!

On this episode we're featuring the podcast How to Be a Girl, and show's creator, Marlo Mack tells us about her experience at the Third Coast Conference.

Also, Re:sound host Gwen Macsai talks with the 2015 People's ShortDoc Award winning producer, Sara Curtis, about the her piece and the ShortDocs Challenge.

FEATURING:

Mama, I'm a Girl by Marlo Mack ( How to Be a Girl , 2014)

When he was three years old, Marlo's son informed me that her was actually her daughter. She's now the mother of a happy, confident little transgender girl, but it took a while to get there.

Where Do I Find You Now? by Sara Curtis ( Third Coast ShortDocs Challenge , 2015)

An intimate conversation with Studs Terkel about the edges of life and death.

And don't forget, it's fundraising time here at Third Coast, so if you love what we do, and want to love us forever, then please support us with a donation. donatenow.networkforgood.org/ThirdCoast

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk


produced by

Marlo Mack

Marlo Mack

Marlo Mack is a single mom raising a young transgender daughter. With her daughter’s help, she produces How to Be a Girl, a podcast about their life together and the challenges they face.

Sara Brooke Curtis

Sara Curtis

Sara Curtis spends her time making radio stories. Her work is steeped in the desire to know, understand, and archive the moment, and our personal human histories in the making.

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Dennis Funk

Dennis Funk joined the Third Coast Festival in February 2014. He produces Re:sound , makes features and directs live audio-narrative performances.


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