Filming has started on Back To Nature, the 8×30 ABC factual lifestyle series hosted by Aaron Pedersen (Mystery Road) and bestselling author Holly Ringland (The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart).
The Tharus Evolution is produced by Alexandre Montalto. Australian distributor Escapade Media has secured worldwide rights to a documentary that provides rare insights into one of the world’s oldest civilisations, the Tharus.
Produced by French filmmaker Alexandre Montalto, The Tharus Evolution (1×60’) examines the culture and traditions of the Tharu people who settled in southern Nepal and northern India.
Below Deck is a remarkably ambitious novel. Its chapters span an arc of emotions, people, landscapes and lands. And Oli, who tells her own story, tells it in language which is often poetic, imaginative and allusive.
Discovery has acquired North American rights to a US educational adventure series that takes kids and families around the world to discover what it’s like to live in another culture.
Distributor Escapade Media has sold the first TV series from the educational web video company ProjectExplorer, to Discovery in the U.S and Canada.
If you’re not already excited about the new books coming in 2020, you should be. Today I’m going to tell you why. Below, you’ll find my thoughts on five books that will be hitting shelves between now and March that I thought were just spectacular, from the debut of a vital new Australian talent to a novel with the glowing recommendation of Ann Patchett herself.
Sophie Hardcastle’s Below Deck is the kind of book that cracks open your heart, then knits it back together, leaving you scarred. It sears a place in your memory, not only because of its characters and the legacy of trauma experienced by its protagonist, but because of Hardcastle’s luminous prose and quite brilliant implementation of colour.