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  • Tom
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    The nominees have been revealed for the 5th AACTA (Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts) Awards. They are:

    BEST FILM:
    THE DRESSMAKER
    HOLDING THE MAN
    LAST CAB TO DARWIN
    MAD MAX:FURY ROAD
    PAPER PLANES

    BEST DIRECTION:
    THE DRESSMAKER / Jocelyn Moorhouse
    HOLDING THE MAN / Neil Armfield
    LAST CAB TO DARWIN / Jeremy Sims
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD / George Miller

    BEST LEAD ACTOR:
    Patrick Brammall / RUBEN GUTHRIE
    Michael Caton / LAST CAB TO DARWIN
    Ryan Corr / HOLDING THE MAN
    Sullivan Stapleton / CUT SNAKE

    BEST LEAD ACTRESS:
    Robyn Butler / NOW ADD HONEY
    Ningali Lawford-Wolf / LAST CAB TO DARWIN
    Charlize Theron / MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    Kate Winslet / THE DRESSMAKER

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
    Mark Coles Smith / LAST CAB TO DARWIN
    Alex Dimitriades / RUBEN GUTHRIE
    Anthony LaPaglia / HOLDING THE MAN
    Hugo Weaving / THE DRESSMAKER

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
    Judy Davis / THE DRESSMAKER
    Emma Hamilton / LAST CAB TO DARWIN
    Deborah Mailman / PAPER PLANES
    Sarah Snook / THE DRESSMAKER

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:
    HOLDING THE MAN / Tommy Murphy
    LAST CAB TO DARWIN / Reg Cribb & Jeremy Sims
    RUBEN GUTHRIE / Brendan Cowell

    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:
    CUT SNAKE / Blake Ayshford
    KILL ME THREE TIMES / James McFarland
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD / George Miller, Brendan McCarthy & Nico Lathouris
    PAPER PLANES / Robert Connolly & Steve Worland

    a full list can be found on the AACTA website http://www.aacta.org/winners-nominees/5th-aacta-awards.aspx

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    FreemanGriffin
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    Thanks for sharing the nominations (: I LOVE their website – I wish all the other movie awards would look at their design and follow suit…

    I am rooting for The Dressmaker; I wonder why it didn’t get a screenplay nomination???

    I wish more Australian films would make it across the globe and be shown here in the U.S. where I live… 

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    Tom
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    Thanks for sharing the nominations (: I LOVE their website – I wish all the other movie awards would look at their design and follow suit…

    I am rooting for The Dressmaker; I wonder why it didn’t get a screenplay nomination???

    I wish more Australian films would make it across the globe and be shown here in the U.S. where I live… 

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts FreemanGriffin. 

    Yes I was also a little confused as to why The Dressmaker was snubbed in Screenplay even though the film got the most nominations. I find it such a shame that Australian films don’t make it elsewhere. We have some real gems down here in Australia.

    Some more information on notable snubs
    * Lead Actress for Nicole Kidman in Strangerland
    * Lead Actor for Tom Hardy in Mad Max: Fury Road
    * Lead Actor for Vincent Cassell in Partisan
    * Supporting Actress for Jacki Wever in Last Cab To Darwin 

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    Tom
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    The winners were announced this week. Here they are:

    BEST FILM:
    MAD MAX:FURY ROAD

    BEST DIRECTION:
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD / George Miller

    BEST LEAD ACTOR:
    Michael Caton / LAST CAB TO DARWIN

    BEST LEAD ACTRESS:
    Kate Winslet / THE DRESSMAKER

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
    Hugo Weaving / THE DRESSMAKER

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
    Judy Davis / THE DRESSMAKER

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:
    LAST CAB TO DARWIN / Reg Cribb & Jeremy Sims

    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:
    PAPER PLANES / Robert Connolly & Steve Worland 

    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY:
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD / John Seale

    BEST EDITING:
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD / Margaret Sixel

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE:
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD / Tom Holkenborg and Junkie XL

    BEST SOUND:
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD / Ben Osmo, David White, Chris Jenkins, Gregg Rudloff, Wayne Pashley and Mark Mangini

    BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN:
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD / Colin Gibson

    BEST COSTUME DESIGN:
    THE DRESSMAKER / Marion Boyce and Margot Wilson 

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