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News

New Dukes Series Rocks into Cannes

At the MIPTV Market this month, the ACTF will launch a new season of the successful animation Dukes of Broxstonia

Hoopla Doopla! A co-production in Bejing!

Hoopla Doopla! is a whimsical, magical world for 2-5 year olds – where only circuslogic applies...

Independent Projects Investment - Board Approvals

At its meeting on 4 March 2013 the ACTF Board approved script development funding one project:

My Place in Arabic

Multi award winning series My Place has been sold to Al Jazeera Children’s Channel...

Bumper by Ben wins Trop Jr

Twelve year old Ben McCarthy from NSW has won Trop Jr with his short film Bumper, about a frog that can’t jump.  ...

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