Go Fish Films has created entertaining and highly challenging documentary, drama and experimental films, which have screened on television and major festivals around the world.
Tom Meadmore founded Go Fish Films in 2001 in his bedroom in Melbourne, Australia, while producing wedding videos.
Born in Perth, Western Australia, it was when his mother bought out the local video libraries BETA collection that Tom’s affair with movies started.
Since 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, CH4 and the BBC among his many TV credits and his work on ‘The Amazing Race Australia’ helped win the team an Emmy in 2012.
His short film ‘grace’, which screened at several 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. The film received critical acclaim over its international film festival run (Cinequest, East End Film Festival, Splendour in The Grass) and UK cinema release, including four stars from the prestigious Total Film magazine.
Tom is currently in production for two new feature documentaries under Go Fish Films, ‘The Cancer Conflict’ and an untitled documentary about the Global Financial Crisis.
Tom lives and works in London where he is developing fiction and documentary projects.