In this refreshing series, 3 young adults with intellectual disabilities fly the nest and move into a new home for 10 weeks. Experiencing life away from parents and learning to live more independently is a dream for all of them. And if it works out, they can stay on and call The Dreamhouse home.
Eight more prominent Australians trace their family trees in a new series of the hit TV genealogy program ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Featuring Andrew Denton, Jacki Weaver, Rebecca Gibney, Lisa McCune, Richard Roxburgh, Adam Goodes, Paul McDermott and Amanda Keller.
Eight more prominent Australians trace their family trees in a new series of the hit TV genealogy program ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Featuring: Adam Hills, Asher Keddie, Don Hany , Michael Caton, Lex Marinos, Susie Porter, Rove McManus and John Howard
The true story behind Australia’s worst disaster, the bombing of Darwin during World War 2.
Well-known Australians play detective as they go in search of their family history, revealing secrets from the past Featuring: Shaun Micallef, Kerry O'Brien, Melissa George, Vince Colosimo, John Wood and Michael O'Loughlin
The series delves into the shortage of the doctors’ crisis in Australia to follow the experiences of an overseas-trained doctor from Scotland who responds to advertisements and 2 new graduates to take up G.P. positions in remote outback communities in the vast expanse of Western Australia.
Desperately Seeking Sheila takes a warm-hearted, affectionate and amusing look at a little known crisis affecting our blokes in the bush: an outback love drought. In rural Western Australia alone, single men outnumber single women three times over.
The story of one of the most ambitious counter-attacks on feral wildlife in Australia and the return of native animals, now on the brink of extinction.
On a vast salt lake surrounded by red earth, renowned British sculptor Antony Gormley embarks on a sculptural installation that awakens a small Goldfields town in remote Western Australia. 51 sculptures stand silently in the hot desert wind, capturing a moment in time.
The DreamHouse, produced by Artemis International , and screened to critical acclaim recently on ABC1, is a finalist in the United Nations Association of Australia Media Awards, 2014. Executive Produced by Celia Tait and Brian Beaton, and Series Directed by Ruth Cullen, the series was applauded for its fun, empathetic and genuinely thoughtful portrayal of the lives of Kirk, Justin and Sarah as they start to live independently away from their parents.
The Awards recognize those in the media whose work highlights and champions human rights and social justice issues and stimulates public debate and changes in public and private policy.
"We've been delighted and overwhelmed at the response from the audience ", says Celia Tait. "Justin, Kirk and Sarah's colourful world has clearly captured the hearts and minds of many. This latest nomination for a UNNA award is particularly poignant for us given our hope was to change perceptions and challenge prejudice. We are immensely proud of the series and congratulate the talented and dedicated team that created The Dreamhouse. We also thank the ABC and ScreenWest and Lotteries Commission for giving us this opportunity. "
The Awards will be announced in Melbourne on October 24th.
Every so often a TV show comes along that changes the way we think about others, about society, about ourselves. Positively, for the better and in a way that enriches the lives of everyone. The Age
.....and that's what makes that rarest of beasts: important television. Sydney Morning Herald
Whatever you do, you need to see it, because there is no show on TV right now that is as engaging while at the same time actually mattering. Canberra Times
13 years of productions from International television series to world class documentaries.
ARTEMIS INTERNATIONAL IS A MULTI-AWARD WINNING PRODUCTION COMPANY TELLING GREAT STORIES WITH PASSION, INTEGRITY AND STYLE.
Artemis International provides television content for national and international distribution and exhibition in all forms of visual media. We specialise in thought-provoking, entertaining television for Australia and the international market and are renowned for making stories that inspire, delight and inform. We are passionate about our programs, and believe we can genuinely make a difference.
Artemis is rich in ideas, innovative in approach, sometimes playful in outlook, and uncompromising in our sense of purpose. Founded in 2000 by Executive Producers Brian Beaton and Celia Tait, we work closely with some of the most talented people in the industry.
Image: Paul McDermott searches for information about his ancestors on his 'Who Do You Think You Are?' journey.
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