6 FCCA Nominations for Alumni

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Feb 24 2015

The Film Critics Circle of Australia announced its nominations for the upcoming FCCA Awards for Australian film, recognising and celebrating the creative input of members of the Australian production section. 

12 films released across Australia during the 2014 calendar year are in the running including AFTRS alumnus Rolf de Heer for Charlie's Country, which received five nominations (including Best Actor to David Gulpilil and Best Cinematography to Ian Jones ACS) and Tim McGahan, Andrew Lesnie, Antony Partos, Alex Homes and Sarah-Jane McAllan.

A list of the awards AFTRS alumni are nominated for follows:

THE FOXTEL AWARD FOR BEST FILM

  • Charlie's Country - Rolf de Heer, Peter Djigirr, Nils Erik Nielsen
  • Predestination - Paddy McDonald, Tim McGahan, Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig


THE UNIVERSAL PICTURES AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTOR

  • Rolf de Heer (Charlie's Country)


BEST SCREENPLAY

  • Rolf de Heer, David Gulpilil (Charlie's Country)


THE ACS AWARD FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

  • Andrew Lesnie (The Water Diviner)


THE AGSC AWARD FOR BEST MUSIC SCORE

  • Antony Partos (The Rover)


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

  • Alex Holmes (The Babadook)


BEST DOCUMENTARY

  • The Animal Condition - Director: Michael Dahlstrom; Producers: Michael Dahlstrom, Ande Cunningham, Augusta Miller, Sarah-Jane McAllan


The 2014 FCCA Awards will be held on Tuesday March 10 in Sydney.

For the full list of all nominations, visit the FCCA's website >


Image Attribution: Production still from The Babadook. Image sourced from theguardian.com.


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