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Multi-award nominations for MY:24 app

The MY:24 app is being recognised on the national and international stage after it was recently announced as a finalist in the 2015 iKids Awards and shortlisted for the 2015 AIMIA Awards.

ACTF titles make Kidscreen Awards shortlist

Four ACTF supported titles have been shortlisted for the 2015 Kidscreen Awards in the Programming category; Bushwhacked, World Animal Championships, Nowhere Boys and Dance Academy - Series 3.

Trop Jr Finalist Films 2014

15 films by under 15s have been chosen as finalists to screen at the Trop Jr event on 7 December 2014.

Record number of ACTF nominations at Asian Television Awards

The finalists for the 19th Asian Television Awards have been announced and six ACTF supported productions are in the running across a range of categories including ‘Best Children’s Programme’, ‘Best Preschool Programme’ and ‘Best 2D Animated Programme’.

Filming starts on Little Lunch mockumentary

Filming has begun in Melbourne on a new 26 x 15 minute children’s series - Little Lunch.

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