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    The long list for nominations has been revealed for the 11th AACTA Awards. The two rounds of voting are as follows:
    * Round 1 (to decide the nominees) – October 8 – October 18
    * Round 2 (to decide the winners) – October 25 – November 9

    The eligibility is between November 26th 2020 and November 24th 2021 and must have been (or intended to be) released in Australia within that timeframe.

    Nominations will be revealed in late October.

    The films in contention are:
    2067
    Ascendant
    Benefited
    Buckley’s Chance
    Disclosure
    Ellie and Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt)
    Friends and Strangers
    High Ground
    I Met A Girl
    June Again
    Little Tornadoes
    Lone Wolf
    Long Story Short
    Moon Rock For Monday
    Mortal Kombat
    My First Summer
    Nitram
    Occupation Rainfall
    Paper Champions
    Penguin Bloom
    Peter Rabbit 2
    Rams
    Rhapsody of Love
    Ruby’s Choice
    Streamline
    Sweethurt
    The Dry
    The Dunes
    The Fort
    The Furnace
    The Greenhouse
    The Last Spark
    Under My Skin

    The complete Feature Film Guide can be found here: Feature Film Guide

    More information here on the AACTA website: AACTA website

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    I expect Nitram to do quite well here after the success at Cannes. Well known Australian names Judy Davis, Essie Davis and Anthony LaPaglia help as well.

    Some other notable/well known names attached to films are:
    – 2067 (Kodi Smit-McPhee and Ryan Kwanten)
    – Buckley’s chance (Bill Nighy)
    – High Ground (Simon Baker)
    – Lone Wolf (Hugo Weaving)
    – Occupation Rainfall (Temeura Morrison, Jason Isaacs and Ken Jeong)
    – Penguin Bloom (Naomi Watts, Jacki Weaver and Andrew Lincoln)
    – Peter Rabbit 2 (Rose Byrne, Domnhall Gleeson and David Oyelowo)
    – Rams (Miranda Richardson)
    – Ruby’s Choice (Jane Seymour)
    – The Dry (Eric Bana)

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    I expect Nitram to do quite well here after the success at Cannes. Well known Australian names Judy Davis, Essie Davis and Anthony LaPaglia help as well.

    Yeah. Nitram is also doing really well at LFF. I’ve seen a lot of praise for the movie and Caleb Landry Jones who gives such a deeply layered and powerful performance.

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    Yeah. Nitram is also doing really well at LFF. I’ve seen a lot of praise for the movie and Caleb Landry Jones who gives such a deeply layered and powerful performance.

    Yes absolutely. I really think this film and the performances are the ones to beat here.

    The Dry did really well at the Australian Box Office, Penguin Bloom also did relatively well. High Ground had some positive reviews. These films may be in the competition but I’m betting on Nitram.

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