Indian Wedding Race
Two Indian Aussies navigate the remarkable world of online dating, astrologers, matchmakers and their traditional parents in a race to be married by 30.
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We are underway with research for GREENIES, our feature film in development which will tell the inside story of Australia’s environment movement.
Writer/Director Tosca Looby has been busy conducting research interviews and the 360 Production team has kicked into action, with the aim to produce a treatment and trailer for the film by mid 2017.
Greenies is being developed with the assistance of Screen Australia and we can’t wait to bring this film in production.
[Image: Hobart World Heritage Rally 1 by Rob Blakers]
POSSUM WARS will be re-broadcast on ABC TV 10am Tuesday 18 April, 2017.
The one-hour documentary lifts the lid on the private world of Australia’s most unwanted marsupial and its battle to survive in the big city. Forced out of their bush habitats by encroaching development, these mischievous marsupials swarm into cities where their raucous noise and destructive appetites bring them few friends. Possums live in our roofs, pillage our fruit trees, plunder our flowers and pee on our paths. When possums and people vie for real estate it’s war!
You may recall that 15 devils were relocated to Maria Island in late 2012. Since then the animals have been busy breeding and have now grown the island’s Tasmanian devil population to around 82 adults. Sadly, at least four of the devils followed in the Devil Island TV series have died due to old age (the average devil lifespan is up to five years).
This successful population growth has provided animals for release back onto the mainland.
In late August 2016, thirty-three healthy Tasmanian devils were released onto the mainland at Stony Head in Tasmania’s north. These devils have been immunised with a vaccine that has been developed to combat the devil facial tumour disease, which has wiped out more than eighty percent of the devil population since it emerged twenty years ago. These immunised devils will interact and breed with the wild, diseased population at the Stony Head release area, bolstering their genetic diversity.
Twenty-five of these released immunised devils have been fitted with satellite tracking collars so that scientists can monitor their progress. We wish them luck in the wild.
For further info check out the Save The Tasmanian Devil website.