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Join host Brett Schutt as he talks to some of his favorite writers, filmmakers and friends about pieces of popular culture that have influenced them in a profound way. This is a podcast that goes into the philosophy of pieces of media, how they have influenced society as a whole and what they mean to us on a personal level.

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Join host Brett Schutt as he talks to some of his favorite writers, filmmakers and friends about pieces of popular culture that have influenced them in a profound way. This is a podcast that goes into the philosophy of pieces of media, how they have influenced society as a whole and what they mean to us on a personal level.

    Ep. 10: Ratatouille (ft. Brett Schutt)

    Ep. 10: Ratatouille (ft. Brett Schutt)

    Workshopping Humanity is a podcast where we discuss the cultural and philosophical elements of a piece of popular culture that has also influenced our life in a profound way. Guest host George Ehret, host of Gold Derby Podcast,  talks to Workshopping Humanity host and head of Toybox'd Productions Brett Schutt about his favorite movie Ratatouille and why the film has much such an impact on his life and makes a case why it's a perfect allegory for being an aspiring artist which can feel like being a rat in the kitchen. 

    • 1h 42 min
    Ep. 9: It's a Wonderful Life (ft. John Stowe)

    Ep. 9: It's a Wonderful Life (ft. John Stowe)

    Workshopping Humanity is a podcast where we discuss the cultural and philosophical elements of a piece of popular culture that has also influenced our life in a profound way. Host Brett Schutt talks to John Stowe, a cohost of season 1 of A Sit Down Podcast, about It's a Wonderful Life and why it continues to be a Christmas classic years after its release and what the film has to say about spirituality, capitalist greed and ultimately living your life to your fullest even when not everything goes your way. 

    • 1h 25 min
    Ep. 8: Almost Famous (ft. Jared Rocha)

    Ep. 8: Almost Famous (ft. Jared Rocha)

    Workshopping Humanity is a podcast where we discuss the cultural and philosophical elements of a piece of popular culture that has also influenced our life in a profound way. Host Brett Schutt talks to Jared Rocha, the owner of the account @jmovielover, host of Toybox'd Mouse CLub House podcast and writer for Toybox'd.com, about Almost Famous and why they both believe it's one of the best movies of all time that definately should have been nominated for Best Picture over Chocolat. 

    • 1h 30 min
    Ep. 7: The Muppet Movie (ft. Ben Swan)

    Ep. 7: The Muppet Movie (ft. Ben Swan)

    Workshopping Humanity is a podcast where we discuss the cultural and philosophical elements of a piece of popular culture that has also influenced our life in a profound way. Host Brett Schutt talks to Ben Swan, the owner of the account @damn_fine_films, host of the Wrapped in Plastic podcast and writer for Toybox'd.com about The Muppet Movie and why it's one of the most delightful movies ever made about Hollywood outsiders. They also go off on too many tangents to even count. 

    • 1h 22 min
    Ep. 6: Toy Story (ft. Haydn Elmore)

    Ep. 6: Toy Story (ft. Haydn Elmore)

    Workshopping Humanity is a podcast where we discuss the cultural and philosophical elements of a piece of popular culture that has also influenced our life in a profound way. Host Brett Schutt talks to Haydn Elmore, a popular Letterboxd user and creator of the blog Inside Haydn Elmore,  about the film trilogy that has defined both of their loves for film at a very early age, the Toy Story movies. They discuss the existential themes the film holds and why a series about talking toys say more about humans then 99% of live action films that come out today. 

    • 1h 25 min
    Ep. 5: Journey Into Imagination (ft. 4dreams_and_ideas)

    Ep. 5: Journey Into Imagination (ft. 4dreams_and_ideas)

    Workshopping Humanity is a podcast where we discuss the cultural and philosophical elements of a piece of popular culture that has also influenced our life in a profound way. Host Brett Schutt talks to 4dreams_and_ideas about the popular Disney Parks character Figment and how remodeling his ride Journey Into Imagination to Journey Into Your Imagination with Figment was one of the worst things the Disney company has ever done and how this was the first sign of a more IP driven future for the parks. They also discuss how despite all of that, the Figment legacy and Disney in general still is able to put people in awe and inspire them to be overall more creative and insightful people.

    • 2 h 14 min

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