Anousha Zarkesh is well placed to again win Best Casting in A Feature Film at this year's Casting Guild of Australia Awards, nominated for her work on 'The Stranger' and 'We Are Still Here'.
Katherine Langford will be joined by a strong ensemble cast in ABC crime drama 'Savage River', with production now underway in Victoria.
Anousha Zarkesh and Nathan Lloyd have once again led the charge at the annual Casting Guild of Australia (CGA) Awards, scooping the major prizes across television and film at Saturday's virtual ceremony.
The casting directors behind 'Nitram', 'The Dry', 'High Ground', and 'The Furnace' will battle it out in the feature film category of the Casting Guild of Australia Awards to be held this month.
Shannon Murphy's 'Babyteeth', Leigh Whannell's 'The Invisible Man' and Daniel Gordon's Adam Goodes documentary 'The Australian Dream' may all end up in contention at this year's BAFTA Awards.
Leading the Casting Guild of Australia Award nominees are Nathan Lloyd and Natalie Jane Harvie with four nods each, while Kirsty McGregor, Stevie Ray, Stephanie Pringle and Alison Fowler have each garnered three.
Filipino-born US-star Aina Dumlao, Miranda Otto and Michelle Vergara Moore are playing the leads in 'The Unusual Suspects', Aquarius Films' 4-part heist comedy for SBS which is now shooting in Sydney.