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Apr 9 2014

The 56th TV WEEK Logie Awards was held last Sunday 27 April with wins for a slew of AFTRS alumni...
 
TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Outstanding Drama Series - Redfern Now
Directors: Rachel Perkins (3 episodes) (Producing, 1995); Catriona McKenzie (2 episodes) (MSA Directing, 2000); Adrian Russell Wills (2 episodes) (Directing, 2002); Beck Cole (1 episode) (MSA Documentary, 2001)
Writers: Steven McGregor (4 episodes) (Directing, 2001); Adrian Russell Wills (2 episodes) (Directing, 2002)
Executive Producer: Erica Glynn (12 episodes) (Directing, 1998)
Screen Music: Antony Partos (9 episodes) (Sound, 1990); Andrew Lancaster (2 episodes) (Sound, 1993); Matteo Zingales (1 episode) (Screen Composition, 2003)
Cinematography: Jules O'Loughlin (3 episodes) (Cinematography, 2003)
Production Design: Felicity Abbott (12 episodes) (Production Design, 1998)
Art Direction: Sophie Nash (6 episodes) (Design, 2002)

TV WEEK SILVER LOGIE - Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie - Top Of The Lake
Directors: Jane Campion (Directing, 1983) and Garth Davis
Writers: Jane Campion, Gerard Lee (Screenwriting, 1981) and Garth Davis

MOST OUTSTANDING CHILDREN'S PROGRAM - Nowhere Boys
Creator: Tony Ayres (Scriptwriting, 1989)
Directors: Peter Carstairs (3 episodes) (Directing, 2001); Alister Grierson (3 episodes) (Directing, 2003)
Cinematography: Simon Chapman (12 episodes) (Cinematography, 2001)

Congratulations to all!


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Acknowledgement

The Australian Film Television Radio and School would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Bidjigal people and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, on whose land we meet, work, study and teach. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.