Bella The Brave by Rebel Wilson

Rebel Wilson announces a new chapter in her career by teaming up with Hachette Australia’s Lothian imprint to publish her funny and heartfelt picture book series, Bella The Brave. Written to inspire young readers aged 3+, the first book in the Bella The Brave series is set to be released in November 2021 in hardback and ebook.

The 53rd Annual AWGIE Awards – Nominees

Luke McGregor – Comedy – Situation or Narrative, Rosehaven: Series 4, Episode 1; Rosehaven: Series 4, Episode 5

Kacie Anning – Comedy – Situation or Narrative, The Other Guy: Season 2, ‘The Escape Room’

Alex Lee with Victoria Zerbst, Michael Hing, Cameron James and Jenna Owen – Comedy – Sketch or Light Entertainment, The Feed: ‘Anger For Women’, ‘Chloe Shorten’s Husband’, ‘Social Media Cops’, ‘Scotophile’ and ‘Bushfire Press Release’

Alana Valentine – Musical Theatre, Flight Memory

2020 Australian Directors’ Guild Awards Awards – Winner

Kacie Anning – Best Direction in a Children’s TV or SVOD Drama Program, Hardball – Episode 6

Our Home, Our Heartbeat by Adam Briggs

Adapted from Briggs’ celebrated song ‘The Children Came Back’, Our Home, Our Heartbeat is a celebration of past and present Indigenous legends, as well as emerging generations, and at its heart honours the oldest continuous culture on earth.

2020 Green Room Awards – Winners

William McKenna – Performance, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Sonia Friedman Productions, Colin Callender and Harry Potter Theatrical Productions)

The Sisters Hayes – Set & Costume Design, Golden Shield (Melbourne Theatre Company)

Alana Valentine – Music Composition and Sound Design, Barbara and the Camp Dogs (Belvoir); Writing/Adaptation for the Australian Stage, Barbara and the Camp Dogs (Belvoir); Production, Barbara and the Camp Dogs (Belvoir)

2019 Quill Awards – Winner

Waleed Aly – The Keith Dunstan Quill for Commentary, Not My Best Words (Network Ten & The Age)

2019 Walkley Awards – Winner

Jan Fran – Commentary, Analysis, Opinion & Critique (The Feed, SBSVICELAND and associated social media channels, “The Frant”)

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