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News

Nowhere Boys wins AACTA Award

The action-adventure series Nowhere Boys has been awarded the AACTA Award for ‘Best Children's Television Series’ at the 3rd Annual AACTA Awards Ceremony Luncheon, held in Sydney today.

Super RTL gets Bushwhacked again!

German children’s network Super RTL has picked up the second season of documentary-adventure series Bushwhacked! from the ACTF ahead of the show’s scheduled launch at MIPTV in April 2014.

World Animal Championships head to Asia-Pacific

Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific has acquired the ultimate children’s wildlife series World Animal Championships (WAC) from the ACTF.

Adrian Di Salle wins Trop Jr

Fourth-time Trop Jr entrant and first-time finalist, Adrian Di Salle has won the world’s largest short film festival, for kids by kids, with his short film The Adventures of Lucy

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