Congratulations to all the nominees in the FILM CRITICS CIRCLE OF AUSTRALIA Awards.
Special mention to: Cate Shortland nominated for UNIVERSAL PICTURES AWARD BEST DIRECTOR (Berlin Syndrome), Stefan Duscio (Jungle), Greig Fraser ASC (Lion), Germain McMicking (Berlin Syndrome) nominated for ACS AWARD BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY, and Jack Hutchings (Berlin Syndrome) for BEST EDITING.
Congratulations to all nominees for the upcoming AACTA’s, especially to all the HLA clients for their exceptionally good work:
BEST TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES TOP OF THE LAKE: CHINA GIRL
BEST DIRECTION IN A TELEVISION DRAMA OR COMEDY TOP OF THE LAKE: CHINA GIRL Episode 5 – Who’s Your Daddy? Jane Campion; SEVEN TYPES OF AMBIGUITY Episode 2 – Alex, Glendyn Ivin
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN TELEVISION TOP OF THE LAKE: CHINA GIRL Episode 5 – Who’s Your Daddy?, Germain McMicking
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN IN TELEVISION TOP OF THE LAKE: CHINA GIRL Episode 4 – Birthday, Annie Beauchamp
BEST COSTUME DESIGN IN TELEVISION TOP OF THE LAKE: CHINA GIRL Episode 4 – Birthday Emily Seresin; WAKE IN FRIGHT Episode 1 – Part 1, Mariot Kerr
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN TELEVISION SEVEN TYPES OF AMBIGUITY Episode 1 – Joe, Bonnie Elliott
BEST DIRECTION BERLIN SYNDROME Cate Shortland
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY JUNGLE Stefan Duscio; LION Greig Fraser
BEST EDITING BERLIN SYNDROME Jack Hutchings
BEST SHORT FICTION FILM MRS MCCUTCHEON John Sheedy; SLAPPER Luci Schroder
Special mention to the creatives who worked on the following:
BEST TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES CLEVERMAN; GLITCH
BEST TELEFEATURE OR MINI SERIES WAKE IN FRIGHT; SEVEN TYPES OF AMBIGUITY
Read the full list here.
“Campion had been on a roll of casting popular A-list actors in her films (Holly Hunter in The Piano; Nicole Kidman in The Portrait of a Lady; Kate Winslet in Holy Smoke; Meg Ryan in In the Cut), but the casting of these two up-and-comers couldn’t have been more perfect”
Jane Campion’s dreamy Bright Star is now available on Netflix. Following Romantic poet John Keat’s final years and his romance with Fanny Brawne, Campion’s 2009 film cast young Ben Whishaw and Abby Cornish as the fated lovers. Stunningly shot by Greig Fraser, this is possibly one of Campion’s most underrated films.
Read more here.
Four Australian Cinematographers have been selected for the inaugural IMAGO International Awards for Cinematography. IMAGO is the European Federation of Cinematographers, a collaborative global umbrella encompassing the world’s Cinematographers Societies. The awards will be held October 28th 2017 in Helsinki.
Two of HLA’s own have been tipped, Andy Commis for The Daughter and Stefan Duscio for Backtrack.
“This is a great opportunity for Australian cinematographers to be welcomed into the room, to play in the same sandpit as their European peers.”
Read more here.
Gearing up for its world premier at the Melbourne International Film Festival in August, JUNGLE has had its trailer released today. Cinematographer Stefan Duscio joins WOLF CREEK director Greg McLean in this stunningly shot, edge-of-your seat story of survival. Check it out:
Congratulations to cinematographers Stefan Duscio, Andrew Commis, Ross Giardina and Germain McMicking, who all took out awards at Saturday’s ACS 2017 National Awards
Features ~ Cinema
Gold Tripod: Stefan Duscio (VIC) ~ Backtrack
Advertising – National/International
Gold Tripod: Ross Giardina ACS (NSW) ~ David Jones
Web Content & New Media
Award of Distinction: Ross Giardina ACS (NSW) ~ BPM – Elegant Hedonism
Corporate & Educational
Award of Distinction: Germain McMicking (VIC) – Taco Bell – The Routine Republic
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