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LOVED TO DEATH: destinations under threat

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Presale has started on Meadow Media’s latest production, Loved to Death a 10 part factual series, which investigates what happens when our desire to escape to foreign lands becomes destructive. When we turn what we treasure most into ruin. When our love comes at the ultimate price. What happens when tourists love a destination to death?

Marilyn Higgins, Creative Director says: “This series is gaining traction and plenty of attention with clients who are looking to secure a presale, as the concept for travel is unique, thought provoking and carries with it a social responsibility message”.

Ready for delivery October 2015. For more information or screener contact us at sales@meadowmedia.tv

ICONS OF THE WORLD: travel the world in stunning HD

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Meadow Media is delighted to have ready for immediate delivery their new 2015 series Icons of the World.

Beautiful places, famous landmarks and cultural monuments form symbols for a city or a country worldwide.

These buildings, natural features and ruins are so well known that their images are immediately identifiable to people all over the world – they become icons of place. Join us and be inspired as we take you on a tour of the most astounding First Run, All Rights. For more information or screener contact us at sales@meadowmedia.tv

New Indigenous Doc: AVAILABLE NOW

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Meadow Media is proud to have secured first run exclusive distribution rights for the The Bush to Belly project, a powerful, insightful and thought provoking documentary – a must see for all Australians.

Picture an Italian Espresso Machine on the back on a 4-wheel drive traversing the Outback.  Enthusiastic and skillful indigenous kids – budding baristas and chefs – crafting cappuccinos for grey nomads and lycra clad cyclists tackling the 700+km Gibb Challenge on the famous outback ‘highway’.  This is a story of engagement through laughter and lattes, empowering one of the remotest communities on earth.

Narrated by Deborah Mailman, the first Aboriginal actress to win the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. For more information or screener contact us at sales@meadowmedia.tv