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ARCIMEDIA is a street-smart and proven media production company which generates television programming and trans media applications. ARCIMEDIA makes documentaries. It also produces applications for iPad and iPhone which compliment the social, education and experiential networking of its audience. The ARCIMEDIA philosophy is simple - produce well crafted, innovative and award winning television programs and DVD's but also value-add to this process by various web based or downloadable products that infiltrate a new demographic and grow audiences beyond the limits of traditional free-to-air markets.

John Lewis

Dennis K. Smith

JOHN LEWIS is a successful independent documentary and tele-vision producer. His most recent productions include Kapyong and The 10 Conditions of Love, the highly controversial film about China's Muslim minority. PNG: The Rules of the Game, produced for ITVS (US) and SBS Television. John was executive producer of Penicillin – The Magic Bullet (SBS TV/RDF Media/The History Channel), and producer of Troubled Minds – the lithium revolution (Film Australia / SBS) which won Britain's premier science documentary award, the Vega Award. It was a finalist at the Beijing International Science Documentary Awards. John's previous productions include AFI Award-winning documentaries, The Good Looker and Rainbow Bird and Monster Man, Eye to Eye with Betty Churcher. He also wrote, directed & produced the long-running ABC TV parliamentary program, Order in the House.
DENNIS K. SMITH is an award winning filmmaker with a background in history, health, social justice and science documentaries for television. He has worked with large and small crews around Australia, in the United States, Mexico, the Philippines, Ethiopia, China, Korea and Japan. His 2002 documentary "Rainbow Bird and Monster Man' was nominated for four AFI Awards, a Logie Award and won two Awgie Awards including the pres- tigious Gold Awgie. His film "Troubled Minds – the lithium revolution" received a 2004 Awgie Award, was the winner of the Main Prize at the Vega International Science Film Festival, in the UK and was a finalist at the prestigious Beijing International Science Film Festival. His latest film "Kapyong" a Korean war documentary for Foxtel's History Channel was launched by the Australian Prime Minister in Parliament House, Canberra, in April of 2011.




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