Young, Fast & Scientific – Episode 2, ‘New York’

rob.jpgWelcome to episode two of The Documentary Blog’s ongoing podcast series, ‘Young, Fast & Scientific’! This week I pick up where we left off, continuing the behind the scenes look at the making of my student documentary film ‘Obsessed & Scientific’. I’ll get into a little bit of the post production process followed by a detailed look at our trip to New York City to shoot our first two interviews: Michio Kaku, a theoretical phsyicist and professor at the City College of New York, and Rob Niosi, a time travel enthusiast building his own full scale replica of the Time Machine made famous by George Pal’s 1960 film adaptation of H.G. Well’s novel. Definitely an interesting learning experience that i’ll never forget.

Download ‘Young, Fast & Scientific – Episode 2: New York’

Also Available:

Young, Fast & Scientific – Episode 1, ‘The Pitch’
Young, Fast & Scientific – Episode 3, ‘Florida’
Young, Fast & Scientific – Episode 4, ‘Shingles’

Featured Link: The Time Machine Project Website

Below i’ve included a deleted scene from the interview I conducted with Rob Niosi. The footage was dropped from the film due to a large amount of visible scratches on the film. You’ll find out the reason behind this when you listen to the podcast.

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