About the Show

Follow Chrissy and Rebecca, two starry eyed burgeoning filmmakers, “behind the screens” as we investigate the local film industry. We look at different pathways into the filmmaking and uncover the plethora of films happening in your backyard. We embrace South Australian film culture through films and the people behind them.

Tune in every Saturday from 11am to 12pm on Radio Adelaide 101.5fm in the Adelaide metro area, or listen online.

Our music segments include “Rapper Slash Actor” – The Fresh Prince isn’t the only one, “Actor Turned Singer” – all actors want to be a triple threat, and “From The Vaults” – we trawl through the Radio Adelaide archives for amusing and nostalgic musical treats. Our new and as of yet unnamed segment is all about crowdfunding. We talk to filmmakers using sites like Kickstarter and Pozible to raise funds for their projects and ask them why we should give them our money! Look out for our regular segment “Rant of the Week” where we ask our interviewees their opinion on the Australia film industry (good or bad!).

Friend us on facebook for live updates during the show and lots of interesting links during the week.

If you only tune into our show on Saturday mornings but we don’t quite satisfy your arts thirst then you should check out the rest of the Radio Adelaide lineup.

9am to 11am: Arts Breakfast with Cath Kenneally. Cath takes over from the legendary Wally Sparrow serving you up some Country Brekky (6am to 9am). Cath is taking a well earned break for the first half of 2012 so the equally lovely Nikki Marcel is taking ovee. Arts Breakfast looks at a broad spectrum of arty subjects: film, theatre, novels, poetry, painters, sculpters and all that other good stuff.
11am to 12pm: some film show.
12pm to 1.30pm: Streetcast is 90 minutes of Adelaide arts madness. Jennie, Nick, Tom and Chris get the lay of the land and will inspire you to get out and see what’s happening in a vibrant little city.

If you’re looking for more film goodness, Reel Time (Wednesdays 10pm), with Kat and Tristan, have reviews, trivia and general film festivities.

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