This week on The Reel Debaters Micheal sits down with Producer Darcy Waite to talk about how he found the industry out in Alberta, moving to Winnipeg, That's Awsme, Bullseye, Dj Burnt Bannock, Indigenous story telling and lots more.
Darcy is silly, genuine and sees the world through his camera in the best way, thanks sir, you're really fun to chew the fat with.
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Cast & Crew
- Executive Producer, Editor, Mixer Captain of the USS Debater Micheal Petrow
- Co-Host/Co-Producer and Comedian Commander Martin Navarro
- Co-Host/Co-Producer and Comedian Lieutenant Commander Jimmy Skinner
- Co-Host/Co-Producer Pop Culture Officer Mark Cowell
-Co-Host/Co-Producer Visual Arts Officer Rob Strachan
-Co-Host and Nerd/Geekdom Officer Charles Fernandes
-Co-Host and Entertainment Officer Ian Bawa
-Co-Host and Live Show Moderator Emily Clarke
- Art by Aaron Doel and Micheal Petrow
Could James Bond be a Chef? Should The Ghostbusters have their own restaurant? What would Indiana Jones and Lara Crofts wedding look like? Maybe you wanna find out if Conan The Barbarian could teach Sex Ed? We have the answers if you're curious... Welcome to The Reel Debaters, where real life meets reel life Micheal Petrow and Martin Navarro with their best good friends have gone too many sleepless nights while these and more questions like them continue to go unanswered. Each week you’ll hear 4 debaters sit down as they come up with a new tussle with a variety of patented and proven formats where we compare, contrast and insult each other with our takes for your listening pleasure. We’ll either insert ourselves into the movie or tv show and see how we fare or bring the characters into real life scenarios and see how they hold water and as a bonus give you access and interviews in the North American Film Industry