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On his new ten-episode series, Joseph Gordon-Levitt will get into the nitty-gritty of how a wide variety of creative people do what they do. Listeners’ questions will inspire conversations between Gordon-Levitt and a range of creative guests, from Hollywood notables like Rian Johnson and Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, to behind-the-scenes heavyweights like casting director Mary Vernieu, and from political visual artist Shepard Fairey to indie sonic songstress, Yuka Honda, and more.

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    • Arts
    • 4.1, 722 Ratings

On his new ten-episode series, Joseph Gordon-Levitt will get into the nitty-gritty of how a wide variety of creative people do what they do. Listeners’ questions will inspire conversations between Gordon-Levitt and a range of creative guests, from Hollywood notables like Rian Johnson and Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, to behind-the-scenes heavyweights like casting director Mary Vernieu, and from political visual artist Shepard Fairey to indie sonic songstress, Yuka Honda, and more.

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
722 Ratings

722 Ratings

Olivia Schoen ,

Great Podcast!

I love the whole base idea for this podcast! Joe has a great voice and you can tell he is a very kind intelligent person! Your not going to like every guest on every episode, but thats okay! Wait for next week! Episode 1 was my favorite duo so far!

Savvy History Songs ,

Creative Haven While In Transition

Having always prioritized creativity (but also functioning as a new mom), I needed a creative place to go to still feel like myself. This abstract place had to happen in spurts and bursts of energy (while I also walked our dog along side a stroller). I found such a haven in this podcast. I never would have expected it, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt has provided a go-to creative thinking hub for me on my daily walks. I love the format of tackling one question from creativity seekers around the globe and then exposing them to the thinking behind some highly accomplished original people. The episode with Jessica Alba really touched on some topics I’ve never heard her address so candidly before. I also love the discussion with Madisen Ward and The Mama Bear. Jordan told a moving story about drumming with his brother and it almost made me cry thinking of all the bandmates I've had (one being my now husband). Creativity and family go deep in this household, so I’m glad to have found such relatable conversations on this podcast.

Daddy-ough ,

Good but can’t relate

These are very successful people in their own silos. I feel like an outsider in an intimate but slightly superficial conversation. Maybe it’s because the field being plowed is ‘now that I’m successful in my industry, here’s how to take the last step it took to get where I am.’ But thanks, it’s good and cool to have that access, and I hope next year / season will be successful for you. Opening the door to this world is important, and the rating is personal, of how it relates to me, not a larger ‘scheme of things’ or production/ interview statement.

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