Mark Knight, Tess O'Flaherty, Nigel Dobson-Keeffe and Steve Davis talking movie industry on The Adelaide ShowTonight we talk film and we go deep. In fact, we go deeper than 3D and wider than a 70mm blockbuster.

Our two guests, Mark Knight (Script Consultant and former Assistant Director) and Tess O’Flaherty (Producer, Actor, Assistant Director), take us on a tour of the set of the world of movie making in South Australia and Australia.

One little gem Mark shares is when he puts cinema into perspective amid our other entertainment media:

Cinema grew out of theatre, he says. It is a visual thing, being able to what theatre cannot. We enjoy our characters in a plot. Whereas television grew out of radio. It might surprise you but TV is not a visual medium, because you can watch TV with your eyes closed. It is all about characters in situations. This heritage is why TV is given away for free, like radio. Whereas you buy a ticket to film, just like you did for theatre, you take a risk up front.

We hope you enjoy the epic conversation that oozes into all the segments.

Our sponsor this week is Allcocks Plasters – the world’s greatest external remedy

In IS IT NEWS, Nigel’s theme is cinema firsts in SA

Max Martin from iNform Health and Fitness Solutions – Max was indisposed this week.

Our SA Drink of the week is Uncensored.

Music is Stranger Things Have Happened by Kelly Menhennett.

We have an Adelaide Visa Council with 2 defendants – a civilian and a media outlet (didn’t make the final show, will be released as an extra during the week).

David Washington from In Daily with his Midweek News Wrap, Talk Of The Town.

More details and timecodes below.

Show notes running sheet by timecode

Looking for something in this episode? We have captured the time marker in the notes below to help you find selected content faster.

TIME SEGMENT
00:00:00 Outtake
That could be a Neil Diamond single
00:00:29
Theme
Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.
00:02:38
Talk Of The Town
David Washington, editor of In Daily, gives us a midweek wrap of the news we’ve been talking about in South Australia this week.
00:06:17 Items Without Notice
Fringe Show. Love to see you.
00:08:28 SA Drink Of The Week
2014 Uncensored Shiraz, Accolade Wines. Tasting notes.
00:00:00 Made To Move Minute

Max Martin from iNform Health and Fitness Solutions, Norwood, present a thoughtful minute for pondering more ways and reasons to get moving and improve your health.

This week: Max was unavailable next week. Keep exercising 🙂

00:19:53
Sponsor
Allcocks Plasters. See advert at bottom of page.
00:39:12 Tess O’Flaherty and Mark Knight
Film has a rich history in South Australia even though some pundits say we have endured some patchiness during recent decades. So tonight we’ve brought together two people who are intimately involved in the industry of dreams, to frame our understanding of this important art form, and direct us to a better appreciation for what succeeds here and what is left on the cutting room floor.
01:50:56 Is It News?
The news history quiz with Nigel Dobson-Keeffe.
00:00:00 Adelaide Visa Council

Adelaide Visa Council was recorded and will be released as an extra track over the next week. In fact, here it is now:

Honorary Adelaide Visa granted to Mark Knight  @mkstorynerd for his passionate defence of Adelaide

your queen (@thisisbasra) VISA REVOKED
21/01/2016, 12:18 AM
@Crypticgirl_ im from boring little Adelaide lol but i moved to melbourne like 3 months ago

KIXX Radio (@KixxAdelaide)
18/01/2016, 5:19 PM
Best Mix from Today & Yesterday with a Dash of Aussie Music. No Boring #Adelaide Playlists! buff.ly/1OUemwh pic.twitter.com/2J5864D6yv

02:07:13 Musical Pilgrimage
And our song this week, Stranger Things Have Happened by Kelly Menhennett, recommended by our musical curator Adrian Miller, from Radio Adelaide’s Monday night program, Songcatcher.
02:18:43 Outtake
The curmudgeon chorus

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