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AFTRS 2013 


STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS

Goodbye Johnny Ray

  • Melbourne International Film Festival – Melbourne, Australia,
    Diploma of Merit, MICHAEL HARVEY

Gary’s Story

  • AFI Awards – Melbourne, Australia
    Best Short Fiction, RICHARD MICHALAK

  • Australian Film & TV Awards, The Sammys – National, Australia
    Best Short Fiction, RICHARD MICHALAK

  • Melbourne International Film Festival – Melbourne, Australia
    Diploma of Merit, RICHARD MICHALAK

Tasmania’s South West

  • ACS Awards – National, Australia
    Encouragement Award, DAMON SMITH

  • Television Society Awards, The Penquins – National, Australia
    Best Direction, DAMON SMITH

  • Television Society Awards, The Penquins – National, Australia
    Best Television Documentary, DAMON SMITH


Death of Television 

  • Cracow International Short Film Festival – Cracow, Poland
    Dipolma of Honour, MARK LEWIS

  • Cracow International Short Film Festival – Cracow, Poland
    CIDALC Jury Prize, MARK LEWIS

  • Cork Film Festival – Cork, Ireland
    Jury Prize, MARK LEWIS

Loose Connection 

  • Cracow International Short Film Festival – Cracow, Poland
    Jury Prize, MARK LEWIS

Die Brueke

  • Television Society Awards, The Penquins – National, Australia
    Commendation, STEPHEN
    FROST


Nominations: coming soon 


AFTRS student name highlighted in red. Note; If a name included in this list is not red it indicates the nominated individual was either an external practitioner, exchange student or an AFTRS graduate brought in to work on the student film. We recognise there may be omissions and welcome contributions that will add to or correct what has been compiled here.



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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.