Issues In Australian Children’s Television
Screen Australia has released new research looking at how children engage with screen content and the challenges involved in financing, producing and scheduling children’s programs.
Attention all young filmmakers, it's time to start preparing for the next Trop Jr short film competition.
Trop Jr has a new date, a new venue and a new Trop Signature Item... MONSTER!
Filming has started on the magical ABC-CCTV co-production Hoopla Doopla! To mark the occasion a ceremony was held in Beijing 23 April.
A winning streak
Dance Academy Series 2 has received a Logie, Gold Plaque and a Bronze Award, all in the space of a week!
Ben McCarthy has won Trop Jr with his short clay-mation film Bumper. The runners up were How to Make a Horror Movie by six boys calling themselves the “Screen Seekers Club” and Where’s My Sandwich? by Harri Gilbert.
All of your favourite episodes from the international award winning comedy show, Round the Twist, are now available in one DVD box set.
ACTF children's programs are shown in more than 100 countries around the world. Our respected and popular shows appeal to children from many different cultures and backgrounds.
To learn more visit Worldwide Program Sales to browse the entire catalogue and meet our team – and visit us in person at MIPTV, MIPCOM and the Asia TV Forum each year.
Media and television are important teaching tools. Our education team works closely with educators to produce an extensive range of teaching resources.
The ACTF is committed to providing Australian children with entertaining media made especially for them.
Visit Kids Zone to discover when our programs are on TV.