# 1338 Spring Break

 

Spring Break never looked so good!  Tropical paradise, steaming jungles, volcanoes, desire, lust & love.

 

Island Love

Can fantasy’s ever live up to reality?  Will that dream island holiday produce that dreamy island lover?

Giordana Caputo teamed up with Writer Christopher Allery to capture some of the moments they shared on their ‘fantasy island’ getaway in Vanuatu earlier this year.  They drank too much rum and found many adventures but, it didn’t quite live up to it’s expectations in the romance department.  Join them  for Island Love.

Producer:  Giordana Caputo

Writer:  Christopher Allery

Voice Actors: Jason Hood & Fiona Pepper

Sound Designer:  Andrew McLellan

Music Credits:  Non, je ne regrette rein by Edith Piaf, Return Of The Mack by Mark Morrison, Tropical Hawaiian Day by Ka’au Crater Boys

 

Love in Borneo

Writer, ecologist and storyteller Andrew Last shared his story of love in the Borneo jungle at Yarn; Stories Spun in Brisbane, a live storytelling  event held in Brisbane.  Romeo and Juliet has nothing on this love story!

Storyteller:  Andrew Last

Technical Producer:  James Douglas

Other links:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Yarn-stories-spun-in-Brisbane/224872800936734

 

Music Credits:  This must be Hawaiian Love by Sir Augustus Holmes

 

Executive Producer’s:  Giordana Caputo & Belinda Lopez

Production Manager: Carly-Ann Keneally

Feature’s Executive Producer:  Merran Winchester

#1311 Atom Bombs in the Suburbs

It was 1982. HIV/AIDS was creeping into Australia and neither the gay community nor the government knew how to beat it, or even what it was. One man decided to fight against the death toll and the rising hysteria, backed by a motto: ‘Don’t Mourn, Organise’.  All the Best shares a sliver of little-known Australian history: about an unexpected social revolution that sprung up from the utter despair of the epidemic.

2013 marks the 30th anniversary of the Victorian AIDS Council. Find out more about its history – Phil Carswell was its founding president.

Produced by James Douglas.
Music credits: ‘Cinematic’ by Jaga Jazzist; ‘Lithuania’ by Jaga Jazzist, ‘Nètsanèt (Liberty)’ by Mulatu Astatke.
Sound credits: Courtesy of Sounds of Barcelona; FXProSound.

Production Manager: Carly Anne Kenneally.
Features Executive Producer: Belinda Lopez.
Executive Producer: Giordana Caputo.

Banner photo supplied by Phil Carswell, taken at a Candlelight vigil held in Collins St, Melbourne.