Our Story


Tom Meadmore was born in Perth, Western Australia. When his mother bought out the local video libraries BETA collection, Tom’s love of films began. Since entering the industry he has enjoyed an immensely successful career as an actor (first appearing on Aussie soap ‘Neighbours’), director, producer and editor. He lists National Geographic, Discovery Channel, CH4 and the BBC among his many credits and his work on ‘The Amazing Race Australia’ helped win the team an Emmy in 2012!

In 2001, Tom established go fish films. His short film ‘grace’, which screened at several international film festivals, including the Warsaw International Film Festival, and the Palm Springs International Shortfest, is a revealing glimpse into recovery from Marijuana addiction. ‘How To Lose Jobs and Alienate Girlfriends’, which he began filming in 2008, is the first full-length documentary released under the go fish banner.

It played at festivals around the world including Cinequest Film Festival in the USA, the East End Film Festival in London and Splendour in the Grass in Australia followed by four star critical acclaim from Total Film magazine upon it’s limited cinema release in the UK. Tom lives and works in London where he is developing fiction and documentary projects.


From the age of 14 Nic knew that he wanted to work in the world of documentaries and factual television.

This went somewhat against the guidance of his school careers adviser who, aided by a psychometric assessment questionnaire, had determined that he’d be ideally suited to life as a yacht builder.

But fast forward 20 years and he’s created over 50 hours of programming across the full factual spectrum.

From popular formats such as Masterchef, River Cottage and Wife Swap to powerful documentaries such as the BAFTA winning ‘My Childhood’ and the highly acclaimed BAFTA shortlisted series ‘Through a Child’s Eyes’, Nic has built an excellent reputation as a producer, director, series
producer and executive producer working for all the major UK networks.


Avi Federgreen’s over 20 years of experience in the Canadian
film industry feature many highlights, from music videos to TV series to full-length feature films.

Federgreen’s current releases include ‘Prisoner X’ directed by Gaurav Seth, ‘How To Plan An Orgy In A Small Town’ Directed by Jeremy Lalonde, ‘The Cocksure Lads Movie’ directed by Murray Foster, ‘Relative Happiness’ directed by Deanne Foley, and ‘Porch Stories’ directed by Sarah Goodman. Federgreen’s other producing credits include ‘Still Mine’, ‘Score: A Hockey Musical’, ‘Moon Point’, ‘I’m Yours’, ‘Hungry Hills’, ‘One Week’, ‘High Life’, ‘Leslie’, ‘My Name Is Evil’, and the documentary ‘As Slow as Possible’
to name a few.

In November 2011, Federgreen opened his own film distribution company INDIECAN ENTERTAINMENT. The company services not just up-and-coming Canadian and International filmmakers, but also those indies making films in a lower budget bracket who have otherwise virtually no chance to shine in a market of big studios, distributors and exhibitors.


tomlesley_aug_2016_120Lesley has spent the past 40+ years in the Airline, Legal, Building, Insurance & Advertising Industries in Flight Attendant, Administration, Project Management and Sales roles.

For the past 12+ years, Lesley has worked in Education Advertising Sales as a highly successful sales consultant.  Lesley has been with Fairfax Media Australia (Domain) for 8 & 1/2 of those years winning many ‘Sales Achievements’ awards including the top ‘Excellence in Advertising Sales’ OSPer Award Australia wide in 2012

In addition, she has 10+ years experience working with women in twelve step recovery and the disease of addiction.

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