The campaign hopes to break the stigma around autism, and as Hugo says in the video hopes for more "awareness, understanding and friendship".
At the campaign's launch event this morning, Hugh joined Ky and Nicole onstage to speak about their experience and what they hoped to achieve by making the video.
"The reason I got involved was because of family connections," said the actor. "It's always wonderful for me to come and spend time with the family so to be involved with something which is to do with family and also which is of great benefit to not only to Ky but anyone living with autism and families dealing with the issues that goes with it is wonderful and something that was very easy to say yes to."
At the event the QLD health minister has announced plans to recommended that the film be shown in schools across Queensland.
Watch the video below and find out more information here.