Screen Queensland (SQ) congratulates Queensland-based Ludo Studio who has received an International Emmy® Kids Award nomination in the Kids: Digital category for their production Doodles.
(Doodles | Ludo Studio / ABC3 Australia / Screen Australia / Screen Queensland / Australia).
Another Australian production to receive a nomination in the Kids: Factual category and also supported by Screen Queensland is the TV series Wild But True TV series. Supported by Screen Queensland and filmed at various locations in South-East Queensland, the series features Robert Irwin, son of the original Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin.
(Wild But True | Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific / Beyond Screen Production / Screen Queensland | Singapore)
‘Screen Queensland is proud to have supported the Doodles project from its development phase and congratulate the entire Ludo team on their Emmy nomination,’ said Screen Queensland CEO Tracey Vieira.
‘Screen Queensland is immensely proud of our local screen industry. We have a small but industrious sector and we are committed to supporting their growth and ensuring a sustainable and commercial future for the entire industry.
‘Companies such as Ludo are crucial for this growth as they create and retain IP for our industry right here in the state, and put our practitioners in the global spotlight as being leaders in screen.
‘Supporting TV Series like Wild But True keep our crew working in Queensland and having been filmed at various locations in South-East Queensland, it further encourages tourism to our state.’
Nominations for the International Emmy® Kids Awards were announced at Mipcom in Cannes [October 17] by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. There are 28 nominees in seven categories from across 13 countries including Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
For the full list of nominees, read here.