The anthology fiction podcast You Feeling This? will make its world premiere with a cinematic experience. The event will feature a mini film to showcase several episodes from the show. There will also be a discussion with creator James Kim, JT Green, and the team behind the podcast.
You Feeling This? is a fiction podcast mixtape about love, presented by iHeartRadio and Overtones Media.
James Kim is the founder of Overtones Media and the creator of the fiction podcast You Feeling This? with iHeartRadio. He previously has worked for Marvel, NPR, Radiotopia, and Gimlet.
JT Green is an audio documentarian by trade and artist by practice. They are the founder of the creative studio Molten Heart, which takes an immersive and artistic approach to podcasts, musical albums, and in-person audio experiences. Molten Heart’s latest co-production, Finding Tamika, has been featured on numerous best of lists (including The New York Times and Vulture) and won a 2023 duPont-Columbia Award. Outside of Molten Heart, they are a multi-disciplinary artist, exploring the spiritual qualities of improvisation, the convergence of health and personal technology, and gender expression on the internet. Their independent audio documentary, PMHx, won the 2021 Third Coast Award for Best Documentary Short. Along with performing at EXPO Chicago, Chicago Home Theater Festival, and NYUs Brooklyn venue, The Garage—they’ve exhibited visual artworks at The University of Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and Mass MoCA.
Heather Taylor is a writer/director of TV, films, and podcasts about complicated family relationships and strives to destigmatize mental illness, disabilities, and poverty in her work. She was a story editor on season two of The Hardy Boys on Hulu, is the co-host of Braaains, a podcast exploring the inner workings of our brains and how film and television portray them, and co-created the narrative podcast, Anomaly, an official selection of the 2021 Tribeca Festival. See more at: HeatherATaylor.com.
GG Hawkins (she/her) is a writer, director, and host of the No Film School Podcast. She is a Film Independent Episodic Lab Fellow and creator of the sketch comedy fundraising show So F*cked It’s Funny designed to normalize abortion by empowering people — with and without uteruses — to talk about it.
Gia Ruiz is a librarian and book reviewer and mom and hopeless romantic. She loves hearing a good story. She loves telling a good story. You Feeling This? is her first podcast.
Julian Park is a storyteller with a DIY, hacker mentality. He wrote and directed Invincible Boy, which won at the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival. His other narrative projects include Third Wheel Material (producer), A Call Above the Clouds (producer), and The Hamster Snatcher (co-writer/co-director).
Tessa Bartholomew is a Filipino-American writer, director, producer, actor, audiophile, and horror film fanatic living in her hometown of Los Angeles. She can be seen in shows like Good Girls, NCIS:LA and The Young and The Restless and co-created the podcast Something Strange Is Happening, an Official Selection of the 2021 Tribeca Festival, which is currently being developed for television.