Archive for film & video
Julia Wakefield reviews the Tales of Kabbarli, the storyof Daisy Bates played by Robina Beard, written and directed by Geoffrey Sykes. The one woman play is then followed by a screening of the new documentary film Angels of Kangarilla, a film about South Australian printmaker Janet Ayliffe.
Luke Nguyen has tasted some unusual foods to truly immerse himself into the Asian culture, including buffalo skin, coconut mice and bee larvae.
The chef and cookbook author shared his travel stories with Ewart Shaw.
His latest cookbook, Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong – a culinary journey from China to Vietnam, is out now.
Carclew Youth Arts Centre is always bustling with activity and the coming school holidays will have the place crammed full of kiddies. Alison Kane talks with Nikki Marcel about the program, a new printmaking award and coming arts administration traineeships.
Broadcast 9 June 2012
Geelong’s Back to Back Theatre company are coming to Goolwa to produce another of their compelling video works – The Democratic Set. Locals will be able to have their 15 seconds of fame with shooting taking place in Goolwa’s Centenary Hall on May 30th through to 1st June. There’s a screening for participants and friends on 2 June and a public screening during Kumuwuki/Big Wave, the Regional Arts Australia National Conference in October. Rhian Hinkely gives Nikki Marcel the brief as to what people can do in their 15 seconds in a wooden cube.
Broadcast 26 May 2012
Young creatives are getting excited about a new kind of portraiture award with $10,000 prize money and residency at PICA up for grabs. The National Portrait Gallery and the Macquarie Foundation are calling on people aged between 18 and 30 to submit a work for the Digital ID Portraiture Award. Dr Christopher Chapman is the senior curator at the National Portrait Gallery and talks to a miffed Nikki Marcel whose too old to qualify.
Broadcast 21 April 2012
Life in Movement is a documentary film celebrating creativity through the story of the dancer and choreographer Tanya Liedtke. Tanya tragically died on the eve of starting her new role as the Artistic Director of the Sydney Dance Company. Film makers Bryan Mason and Sophie Hyde were friends with Tanya and talk with Nikki Marcel about the making of the film.
Broadcast 7 April 2012
Radio Adelaide’s Adrian Thurnwald from the Role Playing Hour (Fridays @ 10pm) challenges Jonathan Frakes, famous for playing Commander William T Raiker, to a few rounds of the 24th Century martial arts, Anbo-Jitsu, and proposes marriage to the loveable engineer Kaylee on sci-fi show, Firefly, aka Jewel Staite. Both are in town for the Oz Comic-Con at the Wayville Showgrounds.
Broadcast 31 March 2012