It was a glorious evening for The Sapphires at the 2nd Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Ceremony last night, with the feature film bagging six AACTA awards
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Downriver, Holding The Man, The Infinite Man, Kill Me Three Times and Maya The Bee Movie will compete for best feature film at the 15th Screen Producers Australia Awards.
The Australian Directors Guild (ADG) has extended the entry deadline to the Awards until Monday March 2.
Charlie’s Country, 52 Tuesdays and Maya the Bee Movie have all been nominated for awards at the 8th Asia Pacific Screen Awards, it was announced today.
The Australian Writersâ€™ Guild (AWG) and the Adelaide Film Festival (AFF) are excited to announce the sixth winner of the esteemed INSITE AWARD, a biennial national competition for un-produced screenplays.
The Australian Academy of Cinema Television Arts has announced a number of changes to their annual awards, including the creation of six television craft awards.
The WA Screen Awards are back after a year-long hiatus.
Local industry demand has prompted AACTA to launch a campaign to create 10 new AACTA Awards.
The Australian Screen Editors Guild announced their 2012 award winners at the seventh annual ASE awards held over the weekend.
CATE Shortland will be awarded the prize for Best Director at TheWIFTS Foundation 2012 International Visionary Awards for her work on Lore.
The six projects will represent the country in the US
SBS won the Best Coverage of Sport award
Australia’s best cinematographers will be celebrated this weekend in Adelaide
The cream of Australian cinematography converged on Brisbane for the 2010 QLD and NT State ACS awards
Australian children’s animated series Dogstar has been nominated for Best Animation at the 2008 Asian Television Awards.
Eight Western Australian cinematographers have been recognised for their outstanding achievements in film, television and video productions at the 2008 Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) SA-WA State Awards.
Malcolm McDonald – director of the Screen Australia Making History documentary Mawson – Life and Death in Antarctica was awarded the Best Director Award at the Jules Verne Adventure Film Festival held in Los Angeles over the weekend.