The 3rd AACTA Awards were held on Thursday 30 January in Sydney. The awards recognise the best Australian movies and television programs of the previous year.

If you missed any of these great Aussie films on the big or small screen, check out Hurstville City Library’s DVD collection and borrow a copy. It’s free to join and borrow from the library.

The big winner for 2014 was The Great Gatsby winning for Best Film; Best Direction; Best Original Screenplay; Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Cinematography; Best Editing and Best Sound.

Dead Europe – nominated for Best Film and Best Adapted Screenplay
Mystery Road – nominated for Best Film; Best Direction; Best Original Screenplay; Best Editing and  Best Sound – this item is on order
The Rocket – winner of Best Original Screenplay; nominated for Best Film;Best Direction; Best Cinematography; Best Editing and Best Sound this item is on order
Satellite Boy – nominated for Best Film and Best Sound
Tim Winton’s The Turning – nominated for Best Film; Best Direction; Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Editing – this item is on order
Top of the Lake won Best Television Feature/Mini Series
Please Like Me won Best Comedy or Light Entertainment –this item is on order 
Mrs Biggs won Best Editing in Television
Lachy Hulme won Best Lead Actor and Luke Ford for Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama in Power Games: the Packer-Murdoch Story
Shaun Micallef won Best Performance in a Television Comedy for Mad As Hell this item is on order
Redfern Now series 2 won Best Television Drama this item is on order
Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries series 2 episode 1 won Best Costume Design in Television
Resdesign My Brain won Best Documentary Television Program and nominated for Best Direction in a Documentary
Kakadu episode 4 won Best Cinematography in A Documentary – this item is on order
Red Obsession won Best Feature Length Documentary and Best Direction in a Documentary
100 Bloody Acres nominated for Best Original Screenplay – this item is on order
Drift nominated for Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography
I Am A Girl nominated for Best Feature Length Documentary; Best Direction in a Documentary and Best Cinematography in a Documentary – this item is on order
Accidental Soldier nominated for Best Television Feature or Mini Series
Adoration nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay – this item is on order
Goddess nominated for Best Cinematography
Jabbed – Love, Fear and Vaccines – nominated for Best Documentary Television Program
First Footprints nominated for Best Documentary Television Program
Aim High In Creation  nominated for Best Direction in a Documentary
Wentworth series 1 nominated for Best Television Drama Series this item is on order

 

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