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No, I Know

Multi media artists, activists and husband and wife duo, James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin, talk shop with special guests and perform live music. From art to science to society and culture, they bring you spirited conversation with a call to action to the community at large. On this podcast you will hear interviews highlighting people and organizations that do incredible community work around the nation. They aim to inspire you to find ways to engage with your community and your self positively. Thanks for listening!

Mar 11, 2019

Special Guest: Erica Fae. Theater and filmmaker, teacher and performer. We chat about her film "To Keep the Light" and her projects inspired by true stories of radical women before the women's liberation movement even existed. Why look to women in history for our stories to tell? How does the male gaze affect arts and...


Nov 19, 2018

The film Heart, Baby! is the true story of a prison boxer who was offered freedom to fight in the 1984 Olympics but shocks everyone by saying no. Special Guest: Angela Shelton is Writer,Director, Producer of Heart, Baby. She started out her Hollywood writing career with the film Tumbleweeds (winner of the 1999 Sundance...


Apr 10, 2018

In this episode co-hosts Ilyana & James chat with comedy writer and producer Caytha Jentis, who started film making in between driving carpools in suburbia as a mother of two. Her stories are “character driven heightened reality comedies”. She has written and produced features that include: “Bad Parents”...


Mar 5, 2018

In this episode your co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell chat with documentary film director, Michael Rossato-Bennett about his film Alive Inside, that beautifully demonstrates how music is our natural state of being and when utilized with seniors with dementia it transforms their suffering and re-engages their...


Jun 24, 2017

Special Guest: Erica Fae. Theater and filmmaker, teacher and performer. We chat about her film "To Keep the Light" and her projects inspired by true stories of radical women before the women's liberation movement even existed. Why look to women in history for our stories to tell? How does the male gaze affect arts and...