Children’s Series entries for the 8th AACTA Awards are now closed.
In order to be eligible, a Children’s Series must:
- Be an Australian production produced for television, video-on-demand or subscription-video-on-demand.
- Have had the first episode of the entered series / season or, in the case of a single standalone program, the entire production broadcast in Australia for the first time between 21 October 2017 and 27 October 2018.
- Be a television program that is made predominately for viewing by children, either created using animation or recorded in live action.
- Have a potentially unlimited number of episodes, comprising either:
- A series of self-contained stories which can be screened in any order; or
- A number of interweaving and overlapping plots continuing from one episode to the next.
- The entrant can submit up to two episodes for judging. These episodes will be judged as a single entry for the Best Children’s Series Award but as individual entries for all other Awards.
Membership & Entry
Any productions entered into the AACTA Awards (or AFI Awards) for a previous year are ineligible.
Late entries will not be accepted.
In order to be eligible to enter a Children's Series, a minimum of five Award candidates listed on the form must be current AACTA members. In the event that fewer than five Award candidates are listed on the form, then all Award candidates listed must be current AACTA members.
Please refer to the 8th AACTA Awards Rule Book for details of all rules, regulations and policies.
Please email the AACTA Awards Department email@example.com if you have any questions.
Image: Robyn Butler and Wayne Hope, the creators of LITTLE LUNCH - THE SPECIALS which won the AACTA Award for Best Children's Television Series at the 7th AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel.
Entry Fee $1,350
Entries & Materials Deadline Sunday 22 July 2018, 11:59pm
Membership Requirements A minimum of five Award candidates listed on the entry must be current members.
Rules & Supporting Documents 8th AACTA Awards Rule Book