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Show 1.36, “Burning, Not Waving”

Jonathan Teplitzky and Rebecca Elliott at Radio Adelaide

Burning Man is the latest feature film from director Jonathan Teplitzky. An English chef, played by Matthew Goode, tries to put his life back together after the death of his wife. It’s set on Bondi Beach and suburban Sydney but it’s a universal story about grief, love and acceptance – and humour! Jonathan came into the studios at Radio Adelaide and we spoke about his transition from directing to writing.
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Adam Blaiklock and Paul S Friedmann at the Inside Film Awards 2010

Last week we heard from Caught Inside director, Adam Blaiklock, and actor, Ben Oxenbould. We continue the conversation today with Adam and Ben, and producer Paul S Friedmann and discuss how to go about privately funding a feature film.
Download: Caught Inside Part 2

And, how could we resist asking the guys our favourite question that we call our “Rant of the Week” – What do you think of the Australian film industry? Ben was diplomatic (he still needs work, after all), and Adam and Paul talked about how supportive the South Australian Film Corporation has been for them (I didn’t prompt them, I swear)
Download: Rant of the Week – Adam Blaiklock, Ben Oxenbould and Paul S Friedmann

 

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Playlist
“Nightcall” – Kavinsky feat. Lovefoxx, from Drive (2011)
“A Real Hero” – College feat. Electric Youth, from Drive (2011)
“Skynet Symphonic” – Pogo
From the Vault: “I Make My Own Rules” – LL Cool J with Flea, Dave Navarro and Chad Smith, from Private Parts (1997)
“Turn Me On” – The Grates

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Show 1.35, “Catching A Break”

Ben Oxenbould and Peter Phelps in "Caught Inside"

Caught Inside is the first feature film from writer/director Adam Blaiklock and premiered in Adelaide last night. Set in Bali and in the seas of Indonesia, it tells the story of a group of mates on a ‘surfari’ – surfing, drinking and partying. But, like all good psychological thrillers, things don’t turn out like planned.

Ben Oxenbould, probably best known for his comedic roles on the small screen in “Hey Dad” and “Comedy Inc”, pulls an Eric Bana on us and delivers a chilling performance as the indimitating “Bull”, ex pro-surfer and bully.

We speak with Adam and Ben about the movie – which was made with a main crew of 16 people! Catch the second half of the interview next week.

Download: Caught Inside Part 1


Chloe Castledine

Chloe Castledine is a multitalented musician who began as an extra on Adelaide made 2.37 before a fortuitous turn of events led to her music being used on the award winning film. Chloe is interviewed by John Merch from Radio Adelaide’s RadioNotes.

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Playlist
“Soul Digger” – Alba Varden, from the “twentysomething” OST
“Don’t Forget Me” – Chloe Castledine, from “2:37”
From the Vault: “Pull Up to the Bumper” – Deni Hynes, from “Wog Boy”
“Wishery” – Pogo, containing samples from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves”
“Lux Aeterna” – Kronos Quartet, from “Requiem for a Dream”
“Ghostbusters Theme” – Ray Parker Jr., from “Ghostbusters”

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Show 1.29, “Stormy Horizons”

Dagan Herceg


Dagan Herceg is a recent alumni of Participate Film Academy in Sydney and as a part of the course he was required to make a feature film. That’s right, no short films for these guys. Horizon’s Crossing is premiering in Adelaide this Wednesday (you can keep up to date with the film on their facebook). Dagan was in town for the premiere and was kind enough to come into the studio to have a chat about his film.
Download:Dagan Herceg Part 1

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Fred Schepisi


Australian director veteran Fred Schepisi has had an incredibly diverse career. He’s perhaps most famous for the classic The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith but has also worked with comedy with Roxanne and Fierce Creatures and drama with Six Degrees of Seperation. His latest film The Eye of the Storm (based on a Patrick White novel) stars Geoffery Rush and Radio Adelaide’s Arts Breakfast host Cath Kenneally caught up with Fred and asked him if Geoffery’s character, Basil, was a bit of a caricature.
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Behind The Screens Show 1.29


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Playlist
“Half Full Glass of Wine” – Tame Impala
“The Cemetary” – Architecture in Helsinki
“Upular” – Pogo, made from sounds taken from Up (2009)
“Mechanism (Thick Mortar)” – The Paper Scissors
“This Close” – Caleb Kane, also known as Brad Kane who was the singing voice of Aladdin (1992)
“Sex Wax” – The Honey Pies
“Chloe in the Afternoon” – St Vincent

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