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In 2021, RISING festival will take art and performance from behind closed doors to unexpected public places. The RISING podcast asks artists to unravel their ideas on an audio platform. The six-episode series will feature artists Patricia Piccinini, Deborah Cheetham AO, Back To Back Theatre Company, Mohamed El Khatib, The Necks and more...

RISING Podcast 2021 Litmus Media

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In 2021, RISING festival will take art and performance from behind closed doors to unexpected public places. The RISING podcast asks artists to unravel their ideas on an audio platform. The six-episode series will feature artists Patricia Piccinini, Deborah Cheetham AO, Back To Back Theatre Company, Mohamed El Khatib, The Necks and more...

    The Dispute with Jackson Castiglione and Mohamed El Khatib, translated by Isabelle Mangeot-Hewison

    The Dispute with Jackson Castiglione and Mohamed El Khatib, translated by Isabelle Mangeot-Hewison

    In discussing divorce, children ask why their voices aren’t heard
    featuring children with Theatre directors Jackson Castiglione and Mohamed El Khatib, translated by Isabelle Mangeot-Hewison
    The Dispute brings us words spoken in a direct, unflinching way on the subject of divorce. In the play, acclaimed French theatre director Mohamed El Khatib invites children of parents who have split up to take to the stage and give their own points of view. In this conversation, the children point the microphone towards El Khatib and Jackson Castiglione, director of the performance in Melbourne.
     
    CREDITS:
    Created by Litmus Media
    Producer: Mahmood Fazal
    Editor and Associate Producer: Eugene Yang
    Mastering Engineer: Geoffrey O’Connor
    Engineer: Craig Bryant
    Music: Dan Luscombe
    Additional Music: Epidemic Music
     
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    • 28 min
    Deep Throat Drive-In with Annie Sprinkle and Sandi Sissel

    Deep Throat Drive-In with Annie Sprinkle and Sandi Sissel

    Female agency in the golden years of pornography
    featuring Annie Sprinkle and Sandi Sissel
    In 1983, Sandi Sissel was behind the camera filming sex workers in a legal brothel in Nevada. Annie Sprinkle was at the frontier of America’s golden era of porn. Decades later, Sissel’s prolific career as a filmmaker and Sprinkle’s Ecosexual life as an activist intertwine in a conversation about sex work, the porn industry, female agency, Deep Throat and deepthroating.


    Credits:
    Created by Litmus Media
    Producer: Mahmood Fazal
    Editor and Associate Producer: Eugene Yang
    Mastering Engineer: Geoffrey O’Connor
    Music: Dan Luscombe
    Additional Music: Sandi Sissel (Chicken ranch) and Epidemic Music
     
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    • 25 min
    The Necks & The Dirty Three with Tony Buck, Jim White and Woody McDonald

    The Necks & The Dirty Three with Tony Buck, Jim White and Woody McDonald

    How two drummers, from Australia's most iconic instrumental bands, found their rhythm.
    featuring Tony Buck, Jim White and Woody McDonald
    Tony Buck earned his stripes as a jazz drummer in the Sydney Conservatorium of Music before forming cult improv band The Necks. Jim White earned his chops as a punk drummer in raucous Melbourne pubs throughout the early days of noise rock trio The Dirty Three. From opposite ends, their rhythms lay the foundation for the best instrumental bands in Australia. This is the story of how it all unfolded. 


    Credits:
    Created by Litmus Media.
    Producer: Mahmood Fazal.
    Editor and Associate Producer: Eugene Yang
    Mastering Engineer: Geoffrey O’Connor
    Engineer: Craig Bryant
    Music: Dan Luscombe
    Additional Music: The Necks and The Dirty Three
     
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    • 29 min
    Back to Back Theatre with John Safran and Vikrant Kishore

    Back to Back Theatre with John Safran and Vikrant Kishore

    In a play led by neuro-diverse performers, a Hindu god reclaims the Swastika from the Third Reich. Whose story is it to tell?
    featuring Bruce Gladwin, Scott Price, John Safran & Dr. Vikrant Kishore
    Comedian John Safran is no stranger to religious controversy, yet, as he steers a conversation about a Hindu god’s attempt to reclaim the Swastika from the Third Reich, the controversial problem of identity politics takes centre stage. For context, Hindu academic Dr. Vikrant Kishor intervenes. Under the spotlight, Back to Back theatre’s director Bruce Gladwin and performer Scott Price are interrogated.


    Credits:
    Created by Litmus Media
    Producer: Mahmood Fazal
    Editor and Associate Producer: Eugene Yang
    Mastering Engineer: Geoffrey O’Connor
    Engineer: Craig Bryant
    Music: Dan Luscombe
    Additional Music: Jóhann Jóhannsson (Back to Back Theatre)
     
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    • 29 min
    The Rivers Sing with Deborah Cheetham AO and Daniel Browning

    The Rivers Sing with Deborah Cheetham AO and Daniel Browning

    The voice of the rivers, the Birrarung and Maribyrnong, converge in colonial tragedy
    featuring Prof. Deborah Cheetham AO & Daniel Browning
    Acclaimed opera singer Deborah Cheetham imagines the bodies of water, the Birrarung and Maribyrnong, as she channels their significance in her song, remembrance and calling for The Rivers Sing. In a conversation with journalist Daniel Browning, we hear how the lapping water evokes the tides of a tragic history for First Nations people and asks who is really listening?

    Credits:
    Created by: Litmus Media
    Producer: Mahmood Fazal
    Assistant Producer: Daniel Stewart
    Editor: Eugene Yang
    Mastering Engineer: Geoffrey O’Connor
    Music: Dan Luscombe
    Additional Music: Deborah Cheetham AO, Byron J Scullin and Thomas Supple (The Rivers Sing)
     
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    • 28 min
    RISING 2021 Podcast Trailer

    RISING 2021 Podcast Trailer

    In 2021, RISING Festival will take art and performance from behind closed doors to unexpected public places. The RISING podcast asks artists to unravel their ideas on an audio platform. The six-episode series will feature artists Patricia Piccinini, Deborah Cheetham AO, Back To Back Theatre Company, Mohamed El Khatib, The Necks and more.
     
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    • 4 min

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