Program Catalogue

The ACTF distributes over 400 hours of Australia's best children's programming to more than 100 countries around the world.

Our popular titles – developed by the ACTF and other leading Australian producers – are designed to both educate and inspire kids no matter where they live.

Browse our catalogue to find shows of interest to children in your country. If you are interested in the commercial acquisition of any of these programs, our friendly sales team is available to answer your questions.

Browse our program catalogue

Worldwide Program Sales

Children from all over the globe enjoy watching Australian shows. We distribute over 400 hours of Australia's best children's programming – including live action and animated series, early childhood programs, short form content, telemovies and documentaries – to a global audience of pre-schoolers through to teenagers.

Our programs are very successful, attracting large audiences for broadcasters and winning a slew of international awards, including an International Emmy Award, the Prix Jeunesse, a Banff Rockie Award, the Japan Prize and many Australian Film Institute Awards.

Browse this section of the site if you are interested in the commercial acquisition of quality Australian programs.

Little Lunch (Specials)

Little J and Big Cuz

MY:24

Bushwhacked! - Series 2


Featured Programs

Little Lunch (Specials)

Little Lunch (Specials)

Gristmill

The award winning series Little Lunch is back with two new half hour specials – The Halloween Horror Story and The Nightmare Before Graduation. ... The Little Lunch series (26 x 12 min) is a comedy where every episode takes place during that highly anticipated school day break – morning snack... Read More!

Sales News

Gratacos Family Celebrate 100 Years in Business

Gratacos Family Celebrate 100 Years in Business

22 June 2017

The ACTF’s exclusive Spanish distributor is celebrating an amazing milestone!   Congratulations to the Gratacos family who are celebrating their 100th year in the Spanish audio and visual industry this year.

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