Movie wins Audience Award

Topp Twins Movie PosterTopp Twins Movie UNTOUCHABLE GIRLS has won the Audience Award at the Melbourne Film Fest and its officially now New Zealands number one docoumentary ever screened in this country.

Jools and Lynda will head to The Toronto International Film Festival mid Sep for the films North American Preimier.

Go  Kiwis.


  1. Vi
    July 26, 2009

    Hi Girls,
    Congratulations on Toronto! I hope you have a great time there and in Michigan. I am looking forward to seeing your movie when the DVD is out. Also hope you really enjoy the Gympie Muster. I can’t make it this year.
    Happy Trails xx

  2. debbie
    August 2, 2009

    congrats ladies, hope you have a great time there! luv you guys xoxo

  3. Robbie
    August 14, 2009

    Did you see that Untochable is spelt wrongly. Tsk Tsk – such wonderfully talented women. Good luck for Toronto. You deserve to win.

  4. rosa
    August 25, 2009

    To wonderful people who make us laugh, congrats to you both

  5. Andy
    August 28, 2009

    Robbie, ‘untouchable’ is spelled correctly. Where did you get ‘untochable’ from?

    Well done to The Topp Twins for an awesome movie!

  6. Vi
    September 6, 2009

    Woohoo! Well done girls!!! I stayed up to check out the winners of the Qantas Film & television awards tonight, on the net. Hearty congratulations to you for winning “best original music in a feature film”, and to Arani and Leanne Pooley and all of you involved,for winning “Best Feature Film” in your budget category! Excellent news! Good on you! Here’s a toast!

  7. Mel
    September 14, 2009

    You guys are my idols!

  8. maree
    September 17, 2009

    Loved your doco, will come to your Auckland performance, can’t wait! Cheers, Maree.

  9. Winifred Morice
    October 14, 2009

    LOVED your movie…saw it when I was home in NZ in May, then bought the DVD from the Warehouse when I was home in Sept. (LOVED seeing you both at WOW. It was the best part for me!) Thought you should know that this DVD will NOT play in Mexico or the US, yet I was not told that when I bought it…such a bummer…so wanted to share it with my friends here and it isn’t the same watching it on the computer. You deserve the big screen treatment. I live in California but my Kiwi roots are as strong as ever. CONGRATS on your fabulous award! You are both SO TALENTED!