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Little Lunch Specials - Australian Director’s Guild Award

In her first foray into directing, Robyn has smacked it out of the park and won the 2017 Australian Director’s Guild Award for Best Direction in a Children’s TV or SVOD Drama for the Nightmare Before Graduation Little Lunch Special episode.

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Little Lunch Specials wins a Houston Worldfest Remi

Thrilled to hear that The Halloween Horror Story and the Nightmare Before Graduation episodes have won the 2017 Bronze and Gold Houston Worldfest Remi.

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LLL! (Little Lunch Logie)

Super proud of our Little Lunch Special - The Nightmare Before Graduation which picked up the 2017 Logie award for Most Outstanding Children’s Series.

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Upper Middle Bogan S2 Scripts now on iBooks

Television before bed can keep you awake, so we recommend reading our television scripts before bed instead. The scripts for all eight episodes of season two, accompanied by lots of on set and behind the scenes photos are now available on iTunes.

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Bogans at the ACCTA awards

We are thrilled with our latest golden doorstopper. Upper Middle Bogan has won Most Outstanding Comedy at the 2016 ACCTA awards.

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Upper Middle Bogan S1 Scripts now on iBooks

Why watch the TV series when you can read it?

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Very Small Business - Netflix

Our series "Very Small Business" is now on Netflix in Australia. Only 6 eps so an early-to-bed binge.

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Little Lunch wins the Prix Jeunesse International Award

We awoke to find an email from Germany telling us Little Lunch had won the Prix Jeunesse International Award for Best Fiction Program for 7-10!

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Now Add Honey - Official Trailer

Here's the brand new 2 minute version of #nowaddhoney - otherwise known as the Official Trailer

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‘I forced a book on my daughter. Her reaction was unexpected.’

Children are glued to their screens for more than seven hours a day on average. I know this because figures have been released to announce this alarming statistic. I also know this because I have a 12 year old.

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