29 August 2011At its meeting on 23rd August 2011, the Board approved the following project: ... Animal Warriors (live action series) ... StoryShare International P/L (VIC) ... $4,800 ... Animal Warriors - Two city sisters and one country girl form an unlikely alliance and create an animal protection group,...Read More
23 August 2011
The Animalia: Primary Teaching Resource and the Li'l Larikkins Natural Hazards Program Teacher's Resource have been nominated as finalists for the 2011 ATOM Awards for Best Primary Education Video Resource.
17 June 2011At its meeting on 7th June 2011, the Board approved development investment in the following projects: ... YoYo's Hidey House (live action/animationseries)Stella Projects (NSW)$12,500 towards sample storylines and scripts. YoYo's Hidey House - based on the books of the same name by Jeanette Rowe...Read More
22 May 2011In 2010 the ABC, ScreenWest and the ACTF launched the “Westcoast Kids” initiative, inviting production companies in Western Australia to submit concepts for a sitcom pilot for ABC 3 to be produced in the ABC studios in Perth. Mal.com, created by Susie Campbell and Mark Shirreffs, was the...Read More
19 May 2011As with the first series My Place 2 takes viewers back in time - spanning a period from before white settlement to 1878. Both series of My Place are produced by Penny Chapman and Helen Panckhurst of Matchbox Pictures, with the ABC, Australian Children's Television Foundation, Screen Australia,...Read More
19 May 2011
Dates are available for Kahootz 3 Professional Development Workshops hosted at the ACTF. Visit the Education Events Calendar and the Kahootz website for more information...
12 May 2011On 19 November 2010, 36 of Victoria’s brightest young animators descended upon the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), at Melbourne’s Federation Square, to let their talents and imagination run wild at the second 2010 Kids’ Kahootz Challenge (KKC). ... In three teams, the students...Read More
11 May 2011
At its meeting on 15th March 2011 the Board approved development investment in the following projects...Read More
16 March 2011
At its meeting on 30 November 2010 the Board approved development investment
2 March 2011Simeon Bain, 15, from Gisborne in Victoria, has won the 2011 Trop Jr competition with his film Imagine. Simeon’s film, shot on his mobile phone, tells the story of an average teenager who turns into a highly trained special operative. It was shot in various locations around Melbourne. Simeon...Read More