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The 13th AACTA Awards

The Newsreader, Deadloch and The Lost Flowers Of Alice Hart were the big television award winners at the 13th AACTA Awards, held on Saturday night at the Home of the Arts on the Gold Coast, and broadcast on Network Ten and Arena, and an earlier Industry Awards presentation held on Thursday. It was the first …

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The 12th AACTA Awards

The ABC series Mystery Road: Origin and the Netflix series Heartbreak High were the big winners at the 12th AACTA Awards. Mystery Road: Origin won a total of seven awards, including Best Drama Series, Best Lead Actress In A Drama (Tuuli Narkle) and Best Lead Actor In A Drama (Mark Coles Smith). Heartbreak High, a …

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The 11th AACTA Awards

The ABC series The Newsreader was the leader in the TV categories in the 2021 AACTA Awards, winning a total of five awards. The six-part series, set in a TV newsroom in the year 1986, won the AACTA Award for Best Drama Series, plus individual acting awards for Anna Torv and William McInnes. The series …

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AACTA Audience Choice Awards Winners

In celebration of the 10th year of the AACTA Awards, AACTA this year supplemented the peer-voted film and television awards with the Audience Choice Awards. The Audience Choice Awards allowed the public to vote for their favourites from six categories covering the last ten years. Voting from a short list of nominees was held during …

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The 10th AACTA Awards

ABC, Network Ten and Foxtel were the winners in the television category in the 10th AACTA Awards. ABC’s six-part series Stateless won a total of 13 awards — seven awards at last night’s presentation at The Star, Sydney, as well as six awards presented at the AACTA Industry Awards function on the weekend. ABC was …

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AACTA puts the call out for votes

While the pandemic has taken out the TV Week Logie Awards for this year, the AACTA Awards is taking a novel approach in re-imagining its awards for 2020. To celebrate the upcoming 10th AACTA Awards, the Australian Academy of Cinema Arts (AACTA) has announced plans to include an audience-voted component to celebrate the last ten …

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The 8th AACTA Awards

ABC and Foxtel were the big winners in the television categories of the 8th annual AACTA Awards, held at the The Star Event Centre in Sydney over two events — a non-televised presentation held on Monday afternoon (pictured above), hosted by Kat Stewart and Nazeem Hussain, and the televised ceremony on Wednesday night, hosted by …

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The 7th AACTA Awards

ABC‘s Seven Types Of Ambiguity and Foxtel drama Top Of The Lake: China Girl were the biggest winners in the television categories at the 7th AACTA Awards. The awards presentation was held on Wednesday night at Sydney’s Star Event Centre, following a smaller luncheon event held the previous week. Seven Types Of Ambiguity (starring Alex Dimitriades and …

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The 6th AACTA Awards

Wentworth, Rake, The Kettering Incident and Molly were among the winners in the television categories of the 6th AACTA Awards. The awards were held at The Star Event Centre in Sydney Wednesday night and telecast on the Seven Network. Wentworth won two awards, including the AACTA Award For Best Television Drama Series. ABC‘s Rake also …

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The 4th AACTA Awards

Producer and writer Andrew Knight (pictured) has been awarded the Longford Lyell Award for his outstanding contribution to film and television at the 4th AACTA Awards, held last night in at The Star Event Centre, Sydney. Knight was writer and co-producer of comedy series Fast Forward, Full Frontal and The D Generation. His other television credits …

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