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Entertainment Main winners from the 2019 AACTA awards

12:31  04 december  2019
12:31  04 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The AACTA Awards (formerly the AFI Awards ) have honoured screen excellence in Australia for over 60 years, since the first AFI Awards were held in 1958. Held annually in Sydney in recognition and celebration of Australia's highest achievements in film and television, the AACTA Awards present

Deborah Mailman and Rachel Griffiths recognised for ABC TV drama, while Jennifer Kent’s colonial horror film swept the film categories.

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BIGGEST WINNERS FROM THE 2019 AACTA AWARDS:

BEST FILM

The Nightingale: Jennifer Kent, Kristina Ceyton, Bruna Papandrea, Steve Hutensky - Causeway Films, Made Up Stories

THE LONGFORD LYELL AWARD

Sam Neill

BEST LEAD ACTOR

Damon Herriman: Judy & Punch - Vice Media LLC, Blue-Tongue Films, Pariah Productions

BEST LEAD ACTRESS

Aisling Franciosi: The Nightingale - Causeway Films, Made Up Stories

BEST LEAD ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA

Scott Ryan: Mr Inbetween - Blue-Tongue Films, Jungle Entertainment, Pariah Productions (Foxtel-Showcase)

BEST LEAD ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA

Deborah Mailman: Total Control - Blackfella Films (ABC)

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2019 AACTA Awards : All the nominees, how to watch. An Aussie actor finally making it big in Hollywood is expected to be the biggest winner at this The big winner from the day was Lambs of God picking up seven out of nine possible awards , while David Michod’s The King took home four.

2019 AACTA Awards . AACTA Award for Best Film Presented by Foxtel. Hotel Mumbai. Basil Iwanyk, Gary Hamilton, Mike Gabrawy, Julie Ryan, Andrew Ogilvie, Jomon Thomas. AACTA Award for Best Direction. Hotel Mumbai. Anthony Maras.

BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA

Richard Roxburgh: The Hunting - Closer Productions (SBS)

BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA

Rachel Griffiths: Total Control - Blackfella Films (ABC)

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2019 AACTA Awards Host Announced Shane Jacobson, one of Australia’s most engaging entertainers, is set to Whether your place is on the screen, behind the camera, in an office or front row in a cinema, AFI | AACTA membership connects you to the heart of Australia's screen industry.

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BEST ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM

Lego Masters Australia - Endemol Shine Australia (Nine Network)

BEST DIRECTION

Jennifer Kent: The Nightingale - Causeway Films, Made up Stories

BEST SCREENPLAY

The Nightingale: Jennifer Kent - Causeway Films, Made up Stories

BEST DOCUMENTARY

The Australian Dream: Daniel Gordon, Sarah Thomson, Nick Batzias, Virginia Whitwell, John Battsek - GoodThing Production Company, Passion Pictures

BEST FACTUAL ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM

You Can't Ask That: Kirk Docker, Aaron Smith, Frances O'Riordan - (ABC)

BEST TELEFEATURE OR MINI SERIES

Lambs Of God: Jason Stephens, Helen Bowden, Sarah Lambert, Elisa Argenzio - Lingo PIctures (Foxtel-Showcase)

BEST ASIAN FILM

Parasite: Bong Joon-Ho, Young-Hwan Jang, Yang-kwon Moon, Kwak Sin-ae - Barunson E&A

BEST DRAMA SERIES

Total Control: Darren Dale, Miranda Dear, Rachel Griffiths - Blackfella Films (ABC)

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