Foxtel's courtroom drama 'The Twelve' has led the charge in the nominees for this year's TV Week Logie Awards, receiving nine nods including Most Outstanding Drama Series and Most Popular Drama Program.
Greater scrutiny of feature film projects and more emphasis on stories that can travel are among the focuses for two of the country's leading production companies in the year ahead amid ongoing challenges in the theatrical landscape.
Indie darlings 'The Banshees of Inisherin' and 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' have dominated the nominations for the AACTA International Awards with six apiece.
It seems AACTA voters couldn't help falling in love with the craft behind Baz Luhrmann's 'Elvis', with the film picking up seven out of a possible 10 gongs at the Industry Awards - including a history-making cinematography win for Mandy Walker.
This year's AACTA Award for Best Film will be a contest between Baz Luhrmann’s 'Elvis', George Miller’s 'Three Thousand Years of Longing', Leah Purcell’s 'The Drover's Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson', Thomas M. Wright's 'The Stranger', Western Sydney anthology feature 'Here Out West', and Hannah Barlow and Kane Senes' horror 'Sissy'.
AACTA has announced the nominees for its technical craft awards, with Baz Luhrmann's 'Elvis' leading the charge in film, nominated in all nine categories, while 'Mystery Road: Origin' is ahead in television with six nods.
Australian titles have featured heavily in the shortlist for the 61st annual Rose d’Or Awards, with 15 locally made programs up for consideration.