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Education News

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.

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.

2014 eLearning Awards Finalists

The ACTF's latest education resources, MY:24 and Dance Academy: Arts Education, have been shortlisted as finalists at the 2014 eLearning Awards. The ACTF Education team is also a finalist in the Team Achievement category.

So, what's your MY:24 story?

The ACTF's new MY:24 app puts the power of documentary filmmaking in your pocket. Create your own mini-doco inspired by the 24 hours that changed your life.

Trop Jr gets ready to FLY!

On Friday 25 July, Sydney played host to the Trop Jr Roughcut symposium. The sold out event was attended by more than 200 young filmmakers, who were treated to a day of conversations with industry professionals.

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