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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A record number of feature films are in competition for this year’s AACTA Awards, while the five films nominated for Best Feature Length Documentary have also been revealed.
Indigenous media pioneer Lester Bostock and Academy Award winning sound designer David White have been awarded honorary degrees (Doctor of Arts) from AFTRS.
The new AACTA Award for Best Lifestyle Program will be open to free-to-air and subscription television entries, while four new subscription-only television awards have been created as a result of AACTAâ€™s recently announced partnership with the Australia
AFI | AACTA is pleased to announce that all 11 Meet the Makers events are now being offered to AFI, AACTA and Guild members free of charge.
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 Australian Academy of Cinema Television Arts has met with various screen industry guilds today to determine the future of the AACTA Awards.
The highlights of the 2nd AACTA awards held last week are available online.
The four nominees for the news.com.au Audience Choice Award for Most Memorable Moment are The Sapphires, Puberty Blues, The Voice and Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War.
Silver Linings Playbook, Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty have received the most number of Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) International Award nominations.
Local industry demand has prompted AACTA to launch a campaign to create 10 new AACTA Awards.
In the US, it will be known as The Snowtown Murders
A Few Best Men has grossed a further $1 million at the local box office
A serial killer overpowered a lovable dog last night at the inaugural AACTA Awards
Filmmakers converged on Bondi Beach last night for the annual awards
The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) has announced several awards
Cinematographer Don McAlpine has been presented with the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts’ (AACTA) prestigious Raymond Longford Award
The film was awarded the Jury Prize, while Daniel Henshall won for Best Actor
GASP! has been nominated for Best Children’s Television Series at the AACTA Awards
A look at the TV drama in competition for the AACTA awards
Eye of the Storm lead the Transmission slate with 12 AACTA Award nominations
The Hunter and The Eye of the Storm lead the nominations for the awards
Donald M. McAlpine will receive the prestigious Raymond Longford Award
Australia’s best films are set to screen in a new festival designed to showcase and critique the past year’s cinematic success stories