Easter Time Already?!

Ok short and sweet because no doubt many of you are planning to clock off early for the Easter break. It’s been a wonderful month of launches, events, digital and social media campaigns, movies and working with great clients and media partners.

April will see the team touring Simon Baker for his new film Breath, with a red carpet appearance at the Gold Coast Film Festival. Then it’s New York New York for two of the m4m gals who are heading over for Social Media Week. This will be very interesting considering the current climate around Facebook.

Have a well deserved break and a reminder that Daylight Savings is over come Easter Sunday.  Bec xo


The m4m team is excited to be working with the Western Downs Regional Council on their upcoming Big Skies Festival. Big Skies showcases the Western Downs from the ground up with a week long event. Starting with the 106th Dalby Picnic Races on Saturday April 28, Big Skies has an assortment of events scattered throughout the week and concludes on Sunday May 6. 

Hosted at the historical Jimbour Station, Big Skies has something for all ages from camp oven cooking, a cinema under the stars, star gazing to an all day foodie event. The most anticipated event for Big Skies is the Day on the Plain. This 80’s rock music festival showcases a number of Australian great’s such as Wendy Matthews, Richard Clapton, Joe Camilleri and the Black Sorrows, the Eurogliders, and more. 

The best part about Big Skies, is that you can experience it all and camp onsite. Bookings for camping and tickets are on sale now at www.bigskies2018.com.au


The made4media team recently engaged influencers to attend the launch of its fabulous client Cork & Chroma and their new blog, Test Kitchen. The launch was hosted by the beautiful Selma Soul and celebrated the creativity in all of us.

Test Kitchen is a resource for everyone who wants to have a bit of fun, from those who don’t consider themselves creative and a playground for those who do. Featuring inspiration, tips and techniques the blog is a great place to get your creativity flowing and ideas for your next project. Click here to check it out!


SheSociety celebrated all things female, hosting a lunch on International Women’s Day. With the theming this year surrounding “Press for Progress”, the day celebrated equality and created discussion around the impact of campaigns such as “Time’s Up” and “Me Too”. 

The lunch was hosted by the wonderful Sharyn Ghidella, and funds raised from the raffles were donated to The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation. Allison’s mother Priscilla and sister Vanessa were present on the day and announced that the Foundation will be joining forces with Griffith University’s MATE Bystander Program.

Assistant Director of the Bystander Program, Anoushka Dowling, was the guest speaker for the day. Her speech was powerful, reflecting on her life of being judged for her race, skin colour, being adopted and for her gender. Her past experiences encouraged her work within the Bystander Program. Their work looks at everyone as being a bystander and educates people on how to be a leader and to stand up against domestic violence and discrimination. 


From filmmaker Steven Spielberg comes the science fiction action adventure “Ready Player One,” based on Ernest Cline’s bestseller of the same name, which has become a worldwide phenomenon. In cinemas today March 29, don’t forget to race into cinemas to see this spectacular film in 3D and enter the world of virtual reality! 

Click here to see the trailer!


When we sign up to online apps & social platforms we know that there could be the possibility of some kind of hacking. The online world isn’t 100% safe and it never will be, however, it is always really important to take certain measures to ensure that we are always protected. In the wake of the latest Facebook security breach, there really isn’t anything you could have done differently except NOT be on the social platform.

Sign up to The Social Culture with Issue #11 coming out next week with tips on what you need to do to protect your privacy moving forward and also a spotlight on the apps you have via Facebook that could be tapping into your personal information. 

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