MP3: Podcast Extra: Extended Cut of Andrew Stanton

14.06.2013

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Podcast Extra: Extended Cut of Andrew Stanton MP3

As part of our latest episode, "Framing the Story", filmmaker Andrew Stanton talked with Guy Raz about what makes a good story, why some people tell bad ones, and how stories help us make meaning of our lives. There was a lot of good stuff we couldn't fit in the final cut of the show, so we've included it here. Source: npr.org

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