”The Golden Hour” is the first or last hour of sunlight in a day. It’s also the best time to film an outdoor scene. In this podcast, actress Anna Gold talks actors and film makers about their lives in cinema. She also plays fun games with them like ”Truth or Dare”, and film Trivia. Find Anna and her silly videos at: www.youtube.com/theannagoldshow, www.imdb.me/annagold, and www.instagram.com/annagoldnes
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The Golden Hour launched 2 months ago and published 6 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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