AACTA Awards

###Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards are a continuum of the AFI Awards, which have honoured screen excellence in Australia since 1958. The AACTA Awards recognise film, television and documentary screen craft excellence - including screenwriting, producing and acting, through to cinematography, composition and costume design - across over 40 Awards. As Australia’s highest film and television Awards, the AACTA Awards are Australia’s equivalent of the Oscars and the BAFTAs.

The AACTA Awards are held annually in Sydney in recognition and celebration of Australia’s highest achievements in film and television, as judged by the industry itself. AFI | AACTA also recognises screen excellence, regardless of geography, through the AACTA International Awards, held each January in Los Angeles.

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AACTA Announces Return to Channel Seven, new Hair and Makeup Award for Sixth Awards Season

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) today announced that it will return to Channel Seven in December, following record viewers for the nation’s top screen awards which moved to Seven last year.

The 6th AACTA Awards Ceremony presented by Presto will be held on Wednesday 7 December at The Star Event Centre in Sydney, again capitalising on a primetime telecast and driving great awareness for Australia’s top film and television productions awarded ahead of the Christmas and holiday period. An extended version of the Ceremony will again encore on Foxtel.

Launching its sixth awards season, AACTA today announced a new award - the AACTA Award for Best Hair and Makeup, which encompasses film and television - and said a host of new television awards will be announced next month as a result of its new partnership with ASTRA.

AACTA today called for entries across feature film, documentary and short film award categories, and jurors across all awards categories, with this year seeing more than 45 peer-assessed awards presented, celebrating Australian stories, culture and creativity captured on the big and small screens.

All television entries, as well as jurors for new television categories, will be called for when the newly expanded television awards are announced in May.

AACTA also today announced the date of the industry-exclusive 6th AACTA Awards presented by Presto > Industry Luncheon, which will be held on Monday 5 December at The Star Event Centre in Sydney. This event continues to grow as a highlight on the industry calendar, with record attendance each year.

The 6th AACTA International Awards will be presented in Los Angeles in January 2017, and will again be telecast on Foxtel, with more information to follow later in 2016.

###AACTA Calls for Entries, Announces Five New Awards

The Search for Australia’s Best TV of 2016 is on as AACTA Calls for Entries, Announces Five New Awards

The search is on for Australia‟s most outstanding television performers, practitioners and productions of 2016, with the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) today calling for television entries for the 6th AACTA Awards presented by Presto.

This year‟s AACTA Awards will see more television awards bestowed than ever before, with five new awards announced today, bringing the total to 25.

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 AACTA‟s recently announced partnership with the Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association (ASTRA), recognising Best New Talent, Best Male Presenter, Best Female Presenter and Best Live Event Production. The nominees and winners of these additional awards will be determined by juries of AACTA accredited members.

More than 50 AACTA Awards will be presented across feature film, television, documentary and short film at two major events at The Star in Sydney in December: the 6th AACTA Awards presented by Presto | Industry Luncheon presented by Blue Post on Monday 5 December; and the 6th AACTA Awards Ceremony & Official After Party presented by Presto on Wednesday 7 December, telecast on Channel Seven.

AFI | AACTA CEO, Damian Trewhella, said that creating new AACTA Awards will create new opportunities for nominees and winners.

“Australian television resonates deeply with audiences at home and abroad, with a number of our popular dramas exported to 80 countries around the world. The AACTA Awards put an internationally-recognised „stamp of success‟ on our best productions, helping to increase sales and grow these audiences.

“We know that AACTA Award wins and nominations generate huge exposure and sales for our television productions. More than 80% of last year‟s AACTA Award winners said their win directly benefited their television network, and 75% said their win benefited their career either through new job offers, their series being renewed, or by receiving funding for new projects. These findings are consistent with our research over the last five years since the Academy launched, and we look forward to creating more opportunities for this year‟s nominees and winners.”
Trewhella said that the Australian television landscape is again looking healthy for 2016, with a number of new dramas likely to add to strong competition alongside returning dramas.

“This year is looking like another bumper year for Australian television. The year started with Channel Seven‟s miniseries MOLLY drawing exceptional audiences hot off the success of Seven‟s AACTA Award-winning PETER ALLEN: NOT THE BOY NEXT DOOR, while the reality television juggernaut continues to resonate, with the hotbed of past AACTA Award competitors MY KITCHEN RULES, MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA and THE VOICE AUSTRALIA again blitzing ratings.

“ABC TV continues its commitment to home-grown comedy, with COMEDY SHOWROOM among its new productions. This impressive series pilots episodes from Australia‟s top comedic talents for audiences to have their say on who is commissioned for a full series.

“We‟ve been delighted to screen a number of TV exclusives on the big screen for our members thanks to our friends at ABC TV and Foxtel, with the new season of RAKE praised by our viewing members for its return to form, and screenings of CLEVERMAN and SECRET CITY to come.

“Fans are eagerly awaiting returns from LOVE CHILD and AACTA Award winning drama OFFSPRING, while WENTWORTH returned with a fierce first episode this week. We‟re also looking forward to new dramas, including SBS‟s upcoming DEEP WATER by Blackfella Films which features an all-star cast including William McInnes, Danielle Cormack, Noah Taylor and Yael Stone. We look forward to seeing which productions are nominated later in the year,” Trewhella said.

Louise Fox, writer and co-creator of GLITCH, which won the AACTA Award for Best Television Drama Series last year, said winning added significant gravitas to the production.

“Winning the AACTA Award for Best Television Drama Series last year gave GLITCH greater visibility, respect and kudos from within and outside of the Australian industry. It also allowed us to promote the title as having won a national award that has equivalents that could be understood internationally.”

Speaking of AACTA‟s new subscription-only television awards, Trewhella said he hoped the move would equally propel the careers of those nominated and awarded.
“AACTA has worked with the industry to create a number of new television awards since the launch of the Academy in 2011, including introducing 10 new television craft awards in 2013, and we will continue to assess industry need and feedback in relation to any future additions to ensure relevancy and best-practice.
“We‟re very pleased to extend the reach of our footprint into dedicated subscription television awards, and our partnership with ASTRA marks an exciting new pathway for recognising new Australian talent and adding a new level of recognition to live events broadcast on subscription television.”

Andrew Maiden, ASTRA CEO, said:
“ASTRA is delighted to be partnering with AACTA to promote subscription television. Our members invest $800 million in local content each year, producing bold and distinctive programs that often set us apart from free-to-air television. We look forward to recognising the high quality content produced for subscription television which stands up amongst the best Australian television has to offer.”

AACTA also today announced two new juries – a subscription television live event production jury, and a subscription television presenters and new talent jury – in addition to its 14 existing juries. AACTA is currently seeking jurors across all feature film, television, documentary and short film juries. Applications close Friday 20 May 2016.

All television entries for the 6th AACTA Awards presented by Presto open at 9am Thursday 12 May 2016, with varying eligibility and closing dates. See the AACTA website from 9am Thursday 12 May for more information.

##2016 AACTA Awards Nominees

###In Television

BEST TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES
• THE CODE David Maher, David Taylor, Shelley Birse, Diane Haddon – ABC
• JACK IRISH Ian Collie S.P.A, Andrew Knight – ABC
• RAKE Ian Collie S.P.A, Peter Duncan ADG, Richard Roxburgh – ABC
• WENTWORTH Pino Amenta ADG, Jo Porter S.P.A – Foxtel/SoHo

BEST TELEFEATURE OR MINI SERIES
• BARRACUDA Tony Ayres, Amanda Higgs – ABC
• THE BEAUTIFUL LIE John Edwards S.P.A, Imogen Banks S.P.A – ABC
• THE KETTERING INCIDENT Vincent Sheehan, Victoria Madden, Andrew Walker – Foxtel/Showcase
• MOLLY John Molloy – Seven Network

BEST TELEVISION COMEDY SERIES
• BLACK COMEDY Kath Shelper, Mark O’Toole – ABC
• THE FAMILY LAW Sophie Miller, Julie Eckersley, Debbie Lee, Tony Ayres – SBS
• PLEASE LIKE ME Todd Abbott, Josh Thomas, Lisa Wang, Kevin Whyte – ABC
• UPPER MIDDLE BOGAN Robyn Butler, Wayne Hope, Ben Grogan – ABC

BEST LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION SERIES
• GOGGLEBOX David McDonald, Kam Vurlow – Foxtel/Lifestyle
• GRUEN Jon Casimir – ABC
• LUKE WARM SEX Jon Casimir, Richard Huddleston, Karina Holden, Anna Bateman – ABC
• ROCKWIZ Peter Bain-Hogg S.P.A, Ken Connor S.P.A, Brian Nankervis S.P.A – SBS

BEST LIFESTYLE TELEVISION PROGRAM
• DESTINATION FLAVOUR SCANDINAVIA Erik Dwyer, Rachel Hardie – SBS
• GRAND DESIGNS AUSTRALIA Anna Gregory – Foxtel/Lifestyle
• POH & CO. Erik Dwyer – SBS
• RIVER COTTAGE AUSTRALIA Jodi Boylan – Foxtel/Lifestyle Food

BEST REALITY TELEVISION SERIES
• FIRST DATES Geraldine Orrock, Rikkie Proost, Brad Gustafson – Seven Network
• MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA Marty Benson, Tim Toni, Rob Wallace – Network Ten
• MY KITCHEN RULES Matt Apps, Joe Herdman, Rikkie Proost – Seven Network
• THE RECRUIT Lara Hopkins, Frances O’Riordan, Duane Hatherly S.P.A, Josie Mason Campbell – Foxtel/Fox8

BEST LEAD ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
• Samuel Johnson MOLLY – Seven Network
• Matt Nable BARRACUDA – ABC
• Richard Roxburgh RAKE – ABC
• Ashley Zukerman THE CODE – ABC

BEST LEAD ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
• Danielle Cormack WENTWORTH – Foxtel/SoHo
• Elizabeth Debicki THE KETTERING INCIDENT – Foxtel/Showcase
• Pamela Rabe WENTWORTH – Foxtel/SoHo
• Sarah Snook THE BEAUTIFUL LIE – ABC

BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TELEVISION COMEDY
• Alison Bell ABC COMEDY SHOWROOM – THE LETDOWN – ABC
• Patrick Brammall NO ACTIVITY – Stan
• Fiona Choi THE FAMILY LAW – SBS
• Leah Purcell BLACK COMEDY – ABC

BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
• Russell Dykstra RAKE Episode 8 – ABC
• Ben Gerrard MOLLY Part 1 – Seven Network
• Damon Herriman SECRET CITY Episode 1 - A Donation to the Struggle – Foxtel/Showcase
• Hamish Michael JANET KING – THE INVISIBLE WOUND Episode 8 - The Long Goodbye – ABC

BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
• Caroline Brazier RAKE Episode 8 – ABC
• Sacha Horler THE KETTERING INCIDENT Episode 3 – Foxtel/Showcase
• Celia Pacquola THE BEAUTIFUL LIE Episode 3 – ABC
• Sianoa Smit-McPhee THE KETTERING INCIDENT Episode 1 – Foxtel/Showcase

BEST DIRECTION IN A TELEVISION DRAMA OR COMEDY
• THE CODE Episode 1 Shawn Seet – ABC
• THE KETTERING INCIDENT Episode 1 Rowan Woods – Foxtel/Showcase
• RAKE Episode 8 Peter Duncan ADG – ABC
• WENTWORTH Episode 12 - Seeing Red Kevin Carlin ADG – Foxtel/SoHo

BEST DIRECTION IN A TELEVISION LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT, LIFESTYLE OR REALITY SERIES
• LUKE WARM SEX Episode 4 - It’s A Pleasure To Meet You Hayden Guppy – ABC
• MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA Episode 41 Richard Franc – Network Ten
• MEET THE MAVERICKS Episode 1 - Ben Quilty & Warwick Thornton Claude Gonzalez – ABC
• THE RECRUIT Episode 2 Michael Venables – Foxtel/Fox8

BEST SCREENPLAY IN TELEVISION
• ABC COMEDY SHOWROOM – THE LETDOWN Sarah Scheller, Alison Bell – ABC
• THE BEAUTIFUL LIE Episode 3 Jonathan Gavin – ABC
• THE KETTERING INCIDENT Episode 1 Victoria Madden – Foxtel/Showcase
• UPPER MIDDLE BOGAN Episode 1 - New Kids on the Block Robyn Butler, Wayne Hope – ABC

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN TELEVISION
• A PLACE TO CALL HOME Episode 1 - A Nagging Doubt Henry Pierce ACS – Foxtel
• THE BEAUTIFUL LIE Episode - 3 John Brawley – ABC
• THE KETTERING INCIDENT Episode 3 Ari Wegner – Foxtel/Showcase
• WOLF CREEK Episode 3 - Salt Lake Geoffrey Hall ACS – Stan

BEST EDITING IN TELEVISION
• THE BEAUTIFUL LIE Episode 6 Denise Haratzis ASE – ABC
• JANET KING – THE INVISIBLE WOUND Episode 6 - The Thaw Nicole La Macchia – ABC
• RAKE Episode 7 Mark Perry – ABC
• WENTWORTH Episode 3 - Prisoner Ben Joss – Foxtel/SoHo

BEST SOUND IN TELEVISION
• THE BEAUTIFUL LIE Episode 6 John McKerrow, Glenn Newnham, Cameron Grant, Blair Slater, Andrew Neil, Paul Pirola – ABC
• DEEP WATER Chapter 1 Wes Chew, Luke Mynott, Nick Emond – SBS
• RAKE Episode 7 Guntis Sics ASSG, Michol Marsh, Peter Hall, Olivia Monteith – ABC
• ROCKWIZ Episode 7 - RocKwiz Salutes the Legends of Australia Ernie Rose, Tim Milliken, Michael Letho, Todd Shattock – SBS

BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE IN TELEVISION
• THE DEEP Episode 11 - Monster Hunter Nerida Tyson-Chew AGSC – 7Two
• DEEP WATER Chapter 1 Antony Partos AGSC – SBS
• THE DIVORCE Episode 1 Elena Kats-Chernin AGSC – ABC
• THE KETTERING INCIDENT Episode 1 Matteo Zingales, Max Lyandvert – Foxtel/Showcase

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN IN TELEVISION
• A PLACE TO CALL HOME Episode 1 - Nagging Doubt Fiona Donovan – Foxtel
• THE BEAUTIFUL LIE Episode 3 Elizabeth Mary Moore – ABC
• MARY: THE MAKING OF A PRINCESS Sam Rickard – Network Ten
• MOLLY Part 1 Ben Morieson, Carrie Kennedy – Seven Network

BEST COSTUME DESIGN IN TELEVISION
• A PLACE TO CALL HOME Episode 1 - Nagging Doubt Lisa Meagher – Foxtel
• THE BEAUTIFUL LIE Episode 3 Erin Roche – ABC
• MARY: THE MAKING OF A PRINCESS Jan Hurley – Network Ten
• MOLLY Part 1 Edie Kurzer – Seven Network

BEST CHILDREN’S TELEVISION SERIES
• BEAT BUGS Josh Wakely, Jennifer Twiner McCarron – 7Two
• BOTTERSNIKES & GUMBLES Patrick Egerton – Seven Network
• THE DEEP Avrill Stark, Asaph Fipke – 7Two
• PLAY SCHOOL Jan Stradling, Sophie Emtage, Sarah Dabro, Rebecca O’Brien – ABC 2

There is strong competition across the television categories with 54 productions vying for 25 Awards.
ABC leads the nominations for Best Television Drama Series, having taken three of the four nominations. Returning Nominees include THE CODE (ABC), which swept the 4th AACTA Awards, and RAKE (ABC), which has been nominated for each of its four series. Following three successful Mini Series’, JACK IRISH (ABC) received its first nomination for Best Television Drama Series, while WENTWORTH (Foxtel – SoHo) received its third nomination in the category.

Matt Nable (BARRACUDA, ABC) received his first AACTA nomination for Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama, alongside three previous category winners: Ashley Zuckerman received a nomination for THE CODE (ABC), a role for which he won at the 4th AACTA Awards; Richard Roxburgh received a nomination for reprising his role as Cleaver Greene in RAKE (ABC), for which he previously won at the 2nd AACTA Awards; and Samuel Johnson received a nomination for his portrayal of Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum in MOLLY (Seven Network), having won for THE SECRET LIFE OF US at the 2001 AFI Awards.

Danielle Cormack and Pamela Rabe, who walked away with the Award last year at the 5th AACTA Awards, go head to head for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama for their performances in WENTWORTH (Foxtel – SoHo). Also nominated are past-AACTA Award winners Sarah Snook (THE BEAUTIFUL LIE, ABC) and Elizabeth Debicki (THE KETTERING INCIDENT, Foxtel – Showcase).

The ABC consolidated its standing as the home of Australian television comedy with AACTA Award winning comedies PLEASE LIKE ME, BLACK COMEDY and AACTA Award-nominated UPPER MIDDLE BOGAN (all ABC) receiving nominations for Best Television Comedy Series, alongside new Comedy Series, THE FAMILY LAW (SBS).
First time Nominee Fiona Choi (THE FAMILY LAW, SBS) competes alongside past AACTA Award Nominee Alison Bell (ABC COMEDY SHOWROOM, ‘The Letdown’, ABC), and AACTA Award winners Patrick Brammall (NO ACTIVITY, Stan) and Leah Purcell (BLACK COMEDY, ABC).

MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA (Network Ten) will be vying for back to back wins for Best Reality Television Series, having won at the 5th AACTA Awards. MY KITCHEN RULES (Seven Network) received its fourth nomination in the category, competing alongside first-time nominees FIRST DATES (Seven Network) and THE RECRUIT (Foxtel – Fox8).

The 6th AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel will see five new Awards presented including Best Lifestyle Television Program and four dedicated Subscription Television Awards in partnership with the Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association (ASTRA): Best New Talent, Best Male Presenter, Best Female Presenter and Best Live Event Production.

ASTRA Award winner GRAND DESIGNS AUSTRALIA (Foxtel – Lifestyle) and ASTRA Award Nominee RIVER COTTAGE AUSTRALIA (Foxtel – Lifestyle) received AACTA nominations for Best Lifestyle Television Program alongside DESTINATION FLAVOUR SCANDINAVIA and POH & CO (both SBS).

Following in the footsteps of her AFI Award winning and Golden Globe nominated parents, Bryan Brown and Rachel Ward, Matilda Brown received her first nomination for the inaugural AACTA Subscription Television Award for Best New Talent for her short form series, LET’S TALK ABOUT (Presto). Also nominated for Best New Talent are George H. Xanthis for OPEN SLATHER (Foxtel – The Comedy Channel), James Rochford for NOT THE NRL NEWS (Foxtel – Fox Sports) and supermodel twins Zac & Jordan Stenmark for their mentoring roles on AUSTRALIA’S NEXT TOP MODEL (Foxtel – FOX8).

Behind the camera, Oscar Nominee and BAFTA, AFI and AACTA Award winner Guntis Sics received his first nomination for Best Sound in Television for RAKE, Series 4, Episode 7 (ABC). Five-time AFI and AACTA Award winner Antony Partos AGSC received his twelfth and thirteenth nominations for Best Original Music Score in Television (DEEP WATER, Chapter 1, SBS) and Best Original Music Score (TANNA).

Director Shawn Seet will be vying for his third consecutive win in Best Direction in a Television Drama or Comedy for THE CODE, Season 2, Episode 1 (ABC). He previously won the Award at the 5th AACTA Awards for PETER ALLEN: NOT THE BOY NEXT DOOR, and at the 4th AACTA Awards for the first season of THE CODE. Also chasing a repeat win is Geoffrey Hall ACS for Best Cinematography in Television for WOLF CREEK, Episode 3 – ‘Salt Lake’ (Stan), following his win in the category last year for DEADLINE GALLIPOLI, Part 1.

Following the success of AACTA’s Principal Partnership with Presto for the 5th AACTA Awards and Foxtel’s acquisition of Seven West Media’s interest in the joint venture Australian streaming service, AACTA is delighted to announce that through the transition Foxtel will continue with the second year of partnership.

“Foxtel has been an invaluable partner of the AACTA Awards for many years. Foxtel’s additional support, as a producer and promoter of strong Australian content and as a leader in the Australian screen industry, is a further endorsement for the Awards and for the pursuit of excellence in the Australian industry as a whole,” said AFI | AACTA CEO Damian Trewhella.

The winners of the 6th AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel will be announced across two major events in Sydney at The Star Event Centre:

The 6th AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel | Industry Luncheon presented by Blue Post on Monday 5 December, and

The 6th AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel | Ceremony & Official After Party on Wednesday 7 December, and televised on Channel 7 with an encore screening on Foxtel.

The ABC dominates the awards, as usual. Nine is nowhere to be seen, with no nominations whatsoever.

Hotseat should be up for Sound (all the dramatic music), ACA for Costumes (the reporter’s stylish outfits), and Nine News Sydney for Cinematography (the sweeping opening shot of the studio with Overton in the distance).

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Molly nominated for 5 awards hoping it wins best mini series and Samuel wins for best lead actor his performance as Molly was astounding.

Eddy from Sunrise will co-host red carpet coverage with Jonathan Moran from The Daily Telegraph’s Sydney Confidential section.

I hope that the red carpet coverage doesn’t air for that long, so that Seven can show more awards.

The AACTA Awards seems so heavily edited over the last few years, on both Ten and Seven!

Some technical winners have been announced

http://www.aacta.org/winners-nominees/6th-aacta-awards.aspx

ABC TV CONGRATULATES WINNERS OF TODAY’S AACTA AWARDS

ABC talent shone today at the 6th AACTA Awards ceremony presented at the Industry Luncheon. ABC TV wishes to congratulate all the nominees and winners whose vision and talents make up an extraordinarily strong TV industry in Australia.

Richard Finlayson, ABC Director of Television, said:
“The AACTA Awards are Australia’s highest industry honour and today’s successes are a testament to the rich and diverse range of content we offer our audience.
“These awards reinforce the importance of ABC’s role in commissioning quality Australian stories. I’m happy to say that we are confident 2017’s programming slate is every bit as great!

The ABC TV winners were:
AACTA AWARD FOR BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Celia Pacquola THE BEAUTIFUL LIE Episode 3 – ABC

AACTA AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTION IN A TELEVISION DRAMA OR COMEDY
RAKE Episode 8 Peter Duncan ADG – ABC

AACTA AWARD FOR BEST SOUND IN TELEVISION
RAKE Episode 7 Guntis Sics ASSG, Michol Marsh, Peter Hall, Olivia Monteith – ABC

AACTA AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY TELEVISION PROGRAM
HITTING HOME Nial Fulton, Sarah Ferguson, Ivan O’Mahoney – ABC

AACTA AWARD FOR BEST HAIR AND MAKEUP
CLEVERMAN Kath Brown, Simon Joseph, Troy Follington – ABC

They have to change the name of these awards, AACTA is so awkward. I’ve read before suggestions to call them the “Chips” after legendary Australian actor Chips Rafferty. I think they should do it. Now!

Paul Hogan will receive the Longford Lyell Award for his outstanding contribution to Australian film at tomorrow’s main awards ceremony. He said today it felt “mystifying” to receive the honour.

The broadcast is looking really good this year.

the broadcast is very enjoyable. Speeches are short and sweet.

The only concern is too many ad breaks. Air two awards, cut to ads. I would have 3 or 4 awards per segment, then cut to commercials

Dami Im’s piano performance of Flight of the Bumblebee to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the movie Shine was brilliant.
After reading the report on Sydney Morning Herald website I realised some awards presented tonight were omitted from Seven’s telecast. I wonder if they will be included on the replay on Foxtel later this week?

they have omitted some awards for several years now on the telecast (on Seven and when it was on Ten) for some odd reason. No idea why they should cut awards out entirely.

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