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Interviews about the pivotal moments that fueled fascinating creative careers. Hosted by Brian Koppelman.

The Moment with Brian Koppelman Cadence13

    • TV & Film

Interviews about the pivotal moments that fueled fascinating creative careers. Hosted by Brian Koppelman.

    Michael Deluca - 1/21/20

    Michael Deluca - 1/21/20

    Academy Award Nominated movie producer Mike Deluca on how being an outside as a kid helped him become the ultimate Hollywood insider.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Seth Godin - 01/14/20

    Seth Godin - 01/14/20

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Brian answers your questions

    Brian answers your questions

    Brian answers questions you sent in via twitter and email.

    • 34 min
    Request from Brian for your questions

    Request from Brian for your questions

    Brian will be a answering questions for this week's show. Send questions to Brian at TheMomentBK@gmail.com or on Twitter

    • 1 min
    New - Dan Soder - 12/11/19

    New - Dan Soder - 12/11/19

    Dan Soder on what it means to make it as a comedian. 

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Jeff Garlin - 12/03/19

    Jeff Garlin - 12/03/19

    Jeff Garlin, comic genius, on finding his voice.

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

you-zer1 ,

For Creative People of All Types

Artists need guides and to fill the cup of encouragement at times. This podcast is currently a source of that for me.

VEL Institute ,

Outstanding gift to the listeners

Thanks for your generosity Brian. Your podcasts are excellent work and art!

jajajoshua ,

Truly everything wrong with old white guys podcasting

This podcast has somehow remained in my feed because there's an occasional interesting guest (Steve Earle, Steve Van Zandt, Cal Newport), but honestly: Koppelman is the worst. A so-called liberal whose politics are so dull and predictable that perhaps 5% of his guests are POC or non-white, cis-gendered males. The dude is desperate to demonstrate his knowledge of ANYTHING that most of his podcast episodes are simply him talking over guests, attempting to prove his worth; if he wasn't so darn unlikable it would be sad. He literally sounds like he's hyperventilating sometimes when he's trying to cut into a guest's answer. Check out his Twitter feed, it's more of the same. Grand proclamation about such-and-such singer being underrated or overrated or this actor giving the most brilliant performance EVER. (Then the dude throws a huge hissy fit when his mediocre Showtime - remember Showtime? - show doesn't get nominated for an Emmy.) The podcast adds nothing and liklier than not, if someone you love is doing this podcast they're just hitting the promo circuit and it would probably be a better use of your time to find them on a different show. That is, of course, unless you enjoy listening to dull white dudes who love hearing themselves drone on pretend they're not dull white dudes who love hearing themselves drone on.

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