Dirty Feet #182 • Laura Taler
A multitalented artist who has worked as a choreographer, dance-film director and visual artist.
About No More Radio
Who We Are
Filmmaker, producer, radio host, and teacher are all many roles that Paul Aflalo, has had in pursuit of his long-sought career of doing anything he wants. His most notable film, Surfing the Waste: a Musical Documentary about Dumpster Diving, was an official selection at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam and is the only film to ever been screened two years in a row at The World Wide Short Film Festival in Toronto. His work with local Montreal musicians, led to the production of his second short documentary, Jahsun, which follows the life of the Kalmunity Vibe Collective founder. Dabbling outside the film world, Paul produced Remember Griffintown, a three-day event celebrating the rich history of the former Montreal Irish Quarter, and as a result he became the events producer for Indyish! working with artists from Montreal, across Canada and around the world. And he of course produces and hosts this show every week.
Matt Goldberg is a writer, an actor, a comedian and, most nobly and lucratively, a teacher. Matt worked with the Canadian Improv Games as Montreal’s Regional Director in 2001, after having competed in the CIG for three years. He has also coached several improv teams. His stage credits include Possible Worlds (with Uncalled For), The Real Inspector Hound, The Bible: The Complete Word of God (Abridged), Cosi and Cabaret. Matt holds a BA from McGill University, and an MA in English and Theatre from the University of Guelph. He works currently as an English and Drama teacher in Montreal, at the high school and college levels. He is also the creator, producer and host of Confabulation, a Montreal-based all-true monthly storytelling series.
Amanda Lynne Ballard
Amanda Lynne is a mixed bag of producer, business manager, marketer, teacher and more based out of Toronto, Ontario. A failed actress by choice, she’s now a veteran in the start-up arts communities & creative industries. Having worked across Canada, her experiences include a range of arts festivals and small ad agencies and is focused on developing original content reaching international audiences. The short of it – she’s fought for zombie rights in Los Angeles, was a festival manager in Kamloops, British Columbia, is a marketer in Toronto, once put a movie screen on a lake and has produced commercials (and now podcasts) in Quebec. Her never ending search for cool stories, nerdy things to nerd out on, and interesting stories has lead her to take various roles with a range of different and artistically challenging companies.