Episode 9: The Hunger Games

avatar Alina Baltimore
My experience throughout this entire podcast project was easier than I expected. At first, I thought this would be some extremely difficult task that I never did before due to my lack of experience in the media field. However, the making of the podcast script was easy because the movie had a lot of aspects that can be related back to our society or previous books we read in the class like 1984. Furthemore, making the podcast itself was a little bit of a struggle since we had to record through our cellular devices. Overall, the podcast came together nicely especially with the use of the sound and audio clips. This podcast project was different from typical group projects and I enjoyed it more because it was out of the box.
avatar Joelle Graham
avatar Reggionna Patterson
My experiences of this podcast were a bit stressful but it came together in the end to be a very memorable project. I never had any experience with doing a podcast project so to hear I had to do one was a bit nerve wracking. Overall, after watching the hunger games and connecting what we learned about dystopias in class as well as realizing elements from our reading, the topic of discussion became clear and a fun one to discuss! It’s thrilling to know we’re living in our very own dystopia and to be able to connect aspects from both class and the movie to real life events. This was a great project to have one that I wouldn’t mind doing again.

Show Notes

Works Cited

Collins, Suzanne. The Hunger Games / the Hunger Games , Bk. 1. New York: Scholastic, 2008.

Ross, Gary, Stanley Tucci, Wes Bentley, Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, and Suzanne Collins. The Hunger Games . United States: Alliance Film, 2012

“The Hunger Games (2012).” Moviesoundclips.net , www.moviesoundclips.net/sound.php?id=249 .

“5 Scenes from The Hunger Games Series That Still Give Us the Chills.” Channel , 12 Mar.2018, www.channel24.co.za/PartnerContent/5-scenes-from-the-hunger-games-series-that-still-give-us-the-chills-20180308

Coggins, Reid. “ The Hunger Games – Healing Katniss – James Newton Howard (Loop extended 1 hour, Sleep aid, HD). ” YouTube , 29 Oct. 2018, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXPqwHYMXV8

Wulf, Franziska. “The Hunger Games (Utopian & Dystopian Elements).” Prezi.com , 15 Nov. 2016, prezi.com/mcwyrf_fya-j/the-hunger-games-utopian-amp-dystopian-elements/.

Credits

Hut Old Ben’s. “ The Hunger Games Mockingjay Call ( Rue’s Song ) HD .” Youtube , 21 May 2012, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIago6ylKpc&list=LLHIRxVGU3JVTNspIVaoLqJQ&index=2&t=0s

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Episode Archive

Date Title Duration
April 24, 2020 10:43 The Hunger Games
In this episode, Alina, Joelle, and Reggionna do battle with the film of The Hunger Games.
0:15:34
April 24, 2020 10:35 The Incredibles
In this episode, Katie, Sonjay, and Sukana battle with the animated film series The Incredibles.
0:09:15
April 24, 2020 09:59 We Ate the Children Last
In this episode, Ashley, Carmen, and Denise dive into the films We Ate the Children Last, Us, and Elysium.
0:20:00
April 24, 2020 09:30 Equilibrium
In this episode, Danielle, Edward, and Sinai offer a balanced analysis of the film Equilibrium.
0:18:28
April 23, 2020 19:58 Ready Player One
In this episode, Heather, Kyrah, and Samirah play around with the dystopian elements of the film Ready Player One.
0:21:17
April 23, 2020 19:46 In Time
In this episode, Bria, Jeremy, and Sydney offer a timely analysis of the film In Time.
0:15:01
April 23, 2020 19:25 The Stepford Wives
In this episode, Armani, Kade, Taryn, and Victorian offer a gendered critique of The Stepford Wives.
0:15:16
April 23, 2020 18:08 What Happened to Monday?
In this episode, Ashley, De'Ashia, Keila, and Shakira discuss the film What Happened to Monday?
0:31:48
April 23, 2020 17:46 Introductions
In this episode, Dr. Todd welcomes listeners to the podcast.
0:02:20

About Jason S. Todd

Jason S. Todd studied writing with Frederick and Steven Barthelme and Mary Robison at the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi. His fiction has appeared in journals such as Southern California Review, Chicago Quarterly Review, Fiction Weekly, and 971 Magazine. Since 2007, he has been a member of Department of English at Xavier, where he teaches American Literature, Freshman Composition, Modern English Grammars, and The Graphic Novel and Social Justice. In 2015, he became the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Faculty Development's first Associate Director for Programming, as which he assists in providing high-quality, relevant, evidence-based programming in support of CAT+FD's mission to serve faculty across all career stages and areas of professional responsibility.
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