Heaps of creativity, dedication and personality goes into creating a local, community radio station. Christ Jones captures the essence of Exeter’s Phonic FM in his documentary This is Phonic. We spoke to him about getting to what’s behind the airwaves[Read more…] about This is Phonic: Creativity, dedication and a wealth of human experience (interview)
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The local talent screening at the 17th annual Two Short Nights fest was so popular it’s getting a second screening.[Read more…] about So good they screened it twice: local talent encore in Exeter
Which movie podcast to pick, there are plenty out there, so how do you choose? One that pricked our eary interest for its free-fire bonhomie was Duke of Ted. The dukes themselves are just good ole boys… fighting the system like modern day Robin Hoods. We caught up with Ben Rothwell to find what makes the Duke of Ted tick.[Read more…] about Movie podcast Duke of Ted free-film discussion and debate
There are more than 50 films on show at this year’s Two Short Nights film fest. How do we know? We used science. We counted all we could and then figured in the 48 hour film comp flicks. Et voila. You’ll be pleased to know you can now take your pick of the massive short offerings, that includes screenings plus industry events. Here’s a run-down of what not to miss.[Read more…] about 50+ films covering all of life (and a little death) What not to miss at Two Short Nights
The Vibraphonic festival is in Exeter to ‘ to celebrate all things diverse and progressive in reggae, jazz, hip hop, dub step, soul, funk, blues, drum ‘n’ bass, electronica and urban music’, and this year that includes the powerful documentary Lee Scratch Perry’s Vision of Paradise.
2012 has come to an end and so I take a look back at the cinematic year.
Award-winning Exeter filmmaker Ashley Thorpe -who picked up the Buried Alive! Visionary Award in Atlanta USA -has hit the airwaves with his horror radio play The Demon Huntsman, based on Dartmoor myths, written for Glass Eye Pix’s Tales From Beyond the Pale radio dramas.
Edgar Bergen was a ventriloquist who performed on the radio, which springs to mind only because the Third Wave Collective will be broadcasting their interactive filmmaking experience during their two-hour show on Phonic FM on Wednesday, June 10 between 2pm and 4pm, as they make a film in 90 minutes, and encourage others to do the same.
Because The Third Wave are making films on PhonicFM, we thought we’d lighten your day with one of the latest Third Wave Films to be submitted to their Vimeo site. Make a film in 90 minutes.
The Third Wave Collective is hitting the airwaves for their interactive filmmaking experience when they take over on Phonic FM between 2pm to 4pm on Wednesday, April 8.
The Third Wave Collective live radio filmmaking experiment has inspired a growing number of filmmakers to make a movie in 90 minutes. But remember, the challenge is still out there, 24/7, 365 days a year and anyone, no matter what your experience is, you can get involved. [Read more…] about Third Wave Collective inspires filmmakers
Ever wanted to see how the popular radio show Plan 9 got made? Well now you can with the latest offering from The Third Wave Collective. [Read more…] about Third Wave Collective radio film
The Third Wave Collective, who make movies in 90 minutes, will take their whole filmmaking experience onto radio in the Plan9 show on Phonic FM from 2pm to 4pm on Wednesday, February 11, and ask they are calling for people to participate for a fun interactive exercise in creativity. [Read more…] about Make a movie in under two hours with the Third Wave Collective
Prepare for Plan 9, not from Outer Space, but from the Exeter Phoenix media Centre. It is the arts centre’s very own monthly movie round up programme to be broacast over the Exeter Phoenix’s very own radio station. But don’t worry, you can hear it over the internet – apparently. [Read more…] about â€¢ PLAN 9 ON THE AIRWAVES
The Exeter Phoenix Media centre has launched 60 Second Soundtrack Remix Challenge – for you to create your own audio mix made up entirely of bits from films soundtracks.