Screen Producers Australia has unveiled the six finalists for this year's Screen Diversity and Inclusion Award, designed to recognise an Australian-based project, producer, and/or production company and/or screen organisation that has contributed through to diversity and inclusion either on or offscreen
Australia's Oscar hopes were dealt a blow at this year's BAFTA Awards as 'Poor Things' scribe Tony McNamara and 'Barbie' star and producer Margot Robbie lost out.
Explorations of evil and entrapment took top honours at Thursday's AWGIE Awards, with Colin Cairnes and Cameron Cairnes' 'Late Night with the Devil' and Kitty Green's 'The Royal Hotel' winning the original and adapted feature prizes, respectively.
Northern Pictures head of factual Karina Holden is the inaugural recipient of the Australian International Documentary Conference Southern Light Award, designed to celebrate luminaries of the Australian documentary and factual industry.
Danny and Michael Philippou's 'Talk To Me' took home a further three awards at AACTA Ceremony on Saturday evening, including Best Film and Best Direction, adding to its haul of five gongs from Thursday.
Margot Robbie is well positioned to add an AACTA Audience Choice Award to her Trailblazer prize at this Saturday's ceremony, getting a nod for Favourite Actress, while two of the films she produced — 'Barbie' and 'Saltburn' — are up for Favourite Film.