The extraordinary story of Australia’s war horses – where they came from, where they served, and what became of those that had survived when Great War hostilities ceased in 1918 . . . A MagoFilms Production. Producer Marian Bartsch, Director Russell Vines, Writer Barry Strickland. When the first convoys of the ANZAC Expeditionary Forces sailed from Albany’s majestic King George Sound in November and December 1914, they carried with them hundreds of horses. Many had been loaded in ports elsewhere in Australia and New Zealand. Some came from unexpected places, including Juna Downs, a vast pastoral station in Western Australia’s remote Pilbara region. Over 130,000 Australian horses were to serve our forces, around 70,000 were to die overseas in the line of duty, and only one was to return home. What was the fate of up to 50,000 Australian horses that were still alive when guns became silent in 1918?+ More details
A travel, adventure, on-the-road discovery series with a delicious food narrative. Featuring Alex James & Matt Stone, a rock star farmer and a chef that rocks. Alex James made his name as a member of one of the most famous British rock bands, Blur. He’s now also an author, a father and a farmer who makes award-winning artisan cheeses. He’s on a crusade to find great cheese and wonderful produce. Matt Stone is a rock’n’roll chef, complete with tatts, an anti-establishment attitude and passion for food, sustainability and skateboarding. He started his career at Margaret River’s Leeuwin Estate, has a restaurant in Melbourne and Perth and is currently planning an expansion into Asia and London too. Together Alex and Matt take a look at what makes Margaret River rock. And roam the region looking for the best of the best as they’re planning to have a dinner on their deck real soon. Music in this clip is 'Where is the sun' by the band, 'The Stirling Rangers' from Margaret River.+ More details
A Pizza New York! Three times World Pizza Champion, Theo is on a pilgrimage to find the best pizza in New York. To uncover the secrets of the masters. Then to use this inspiration to make his own new version of these NY classics. A television series. (c) MagoFilms.com.au +61 413 524 650 While pizzas were not invented in New York, it’s certainly their spiritual home. New York is A bit like Theo himself – an amalgam of nationalities, ideas and knowledge. Theo’s a pastry chef of Greek origin, married into an Italian pizza-restaurant family and learned to love and be inspired by the humble Pizza. Theo Kalogeracos won the world champion pizza maker, 2010. Crowned in New York. He also won the same competition in Las Vegas, twice. He has appeared regularly on television in the US. In fact, after three wins, he’s no longer able to enter and has to content himself with being one of the senior judges. Theo. He’s funny. He’s passionate. And being a Pastry Chef by trade, he can show food lovers how quick, easy, surprising and inventive this style of cooking can be. Entrée pizzas, main course pizzas and dessert pizzas too. In this series, Theo will visit the great pizza restaurants in New York. He’ll talk to the owners and pizza chefs, he’ll chat with the patrons too. What inspires them all. Discover their passion. Their family secrets. We’ll ask them to share with us and show us how they do it. And it’s not just the pizza makers who are passionate either – their patrons Then Theo, renowned for his unusual take on pizzas, will take the basis of the pizza he has just been told about and create his own slightly quirky version in a style that home chefs can follow and replicate. Executive Producer: Marian Bartsch. Writer, Producer: Alun Bartsch+ More details
Life Architecturally follows internationally acclaimed husband and wife team, architect Robert McBride and interior designer Debbie Ryan, to discover what inspires their groundbreaking architectural concepts and designs. This intimate documentary observes the pressures of building a multi-story, twin-tower development; revolutionary new schools, one in the shape of an infinity symbol, and the ongoing construction and design of their own family home – which is on the backburner once again due to how busy they are. Plus, they’re part of an international consortium short-listed to design and construct the new billion-dollar Cancer Care Centre in Melbourne. The stakes are high. The vision is bold. And there’s a personal reason for their passion. Language English Duration 1 x 28 min and 1 x 52 min Format. 16:9. SD and HD (1920x1080p, 25p, recorded at 50mbps) Mixed tracks 1&2, M&E 3&4 Completed November 2011 Mago Films / ABC-TV / Screen Australia / Screenwest / Film Victoria / ABC Content Sales Producer: Marian Bartsch Writer / Director: Britt Arthur Narrator: Jeremy Levi Cinematographer: Peter Zakharov Editor: Lawrie Silvestrin Sound Recordist: Bart Bee Opening Title Design & Animations: Domenico Bartolo & Ash Millot from 21-19.com Original Music: Tim Count & Keith Van Geyzel, MDS. On-line Editor & Colourist: Bruce Flint, First Light Digital. Sound Mix: Hamdon Sound Stills Photography: John Gollings, Trevor Mein. "Footage from Grand Designs Award 2010 - Staged by Media 10 in the UK " More about the architects: mcbridecharlesryan.com.au Check out Life Architecturally on Facebook: facebook.com/LifeArchitecturally More about the Producer: magofilms.com.au More about the Director: schmickfilms.com+ More details
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