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September 22nd 2014
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Screen Producers Australia Awards Finalists Announced

The finalists in the 14th Screen Producers Australia Awards have been announced.

The Awards celebrate the skill, accomplishment, imagination and passion of Australian Production Businesses and recognise the creation of outstanding screen content.

The five ‘Children’s Television Production’ finalists include four children’s series supported by the ACTF. The finalists are:

  • Bushwhacked! - Series 2, Mint Pictures
  • Hoopla Doopla!, Beyond Screen Productions
  • Nowhere Boys, Matchbox Pictures
  • The Flamin' Thongs, Media World Pictures
  • Buzz Bumble, Blue Rocket Productions

Bushwhacked! Series 2, Hoopla Doopla!, Nowhere Boys and The Flamin' Thongs are all projects financed with the assistance of the ACTF.

The awards will be presented at the Palladium at Crown in Melbourne on 18 November 2014 as part of the 29th Screen Forever conference and hope to increase awareness of the role producers play in creating Australian screen stories.

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