A teenage Indian-Aussie surfer and his Bollywood fan-girl cousin are all who stand between a demon zombie general and the end of the world as we know it. What could go wrong?
Legend Keeper is a 26 part animated fantasy adventure series for kids 8-12, set in the jungles and mountains of remote north eastern India. In the beginning … Legends roamed the earth: Through India and Asia, mythical creatures like Yali the Horned Lion, Chelamma the Scorpion Goddess, the Yeti, the …
Kym Goldsworthy is one of Australia’s most experienced and awarded TV writer producers. He is a 6 time Australian Writers' Guild AWGIE winner, most recently in 2017 as a co writer of the 4 part drama Deep Water (with Kris...Read more about Kym Goldsworthy
Simon Hopkinson is regarded one of the most experienced writers and script producers in children’s television. He was a co-creator of the original Bananas in Pyjamas TV series, writing more than 100 episodes, 4 half-hour specials, 70 songs (with 2 ARIA nominations), a stage show and two award winning CD-ROMs for B1 and B2. He also co-created the series New Macdonald’s Farm (Channel 9) and Larry, the Lawnmower (10 Network). In addition to writing for many children’s television series he was script producer for the animated series I Got A Rocket and Erky Perky, as well as the first series of the live-action drama My Place.
From 2009 to 2015 Simon was Commissioning Editor, ABC Children’s Television. Shows he steered through development and the executive produced in production during this time include; Nowhere Boys series 1 & 2 (Logies, AACTA and International Emmy awards), My Place series 2 (Logie and AACTA awards), Dance Academy series 2 & 3 (Logie and AACTA awards), Ready For This (Logie and AACTA awards), The Adventures of Figaro Pho (AACTA award), Tomorrow When The War Began, Little Lunch, and You’re Skitting Me. He was also responsible for developing the ABC’s relationship with China Central Television (CCTV) and was Executive Producer on two Chinese-Australian co-productions, Quest and Hoopla Doopla!.
For ten years Simon was a consultant to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) on children’s program classification. He is a former President of the Australian Writers Guild (2003 to 2007).