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
Edited by Simon Price, Kiku Ohe’s first feature film The Lines has been awarded Best Narrative Feature Film at New York Film Week 2017. The Lines is a modern cinematic meditation that reinterprets the symbol of the American landscape.
“It follows two actors who escape LA to the isolation of the desert…[it] explores how we connect with each other and the world around us.”
Read more about The Lines here.
Variety gives a rave review of director Cate Shortland’s new film BERLIN SYNDROME, shot by HLA’s Germain McMicking and edited by Jack Hutchings.
“Between more trickily opaque stretches of character development, Shortland nails a handful of straight-up, nerve-shredding tension sequences, teasing a version of the film that might have tilted into full-bore horror”
“Editor Jack Hutchings can take a bow for the film’s slinky, insidious rhythm”
“McMicking’s camerawork, finally, is dazzling throughout, manipulating framing and focus to portray Clare’s boxy surroundings as a patchwork landscape of forbidden and permitted spaces, and seeking soul-relieving beauty wherever it can”
Read the full review here
CLEVERMAN premieres tonight on ABC TV! The much anticipated Indigenous superhero series was directed by Wayne Blair, edited by Simon Price and designed by Jake Nash and Emily Seresin.
Editor Simon Price’s film FREE IN DEED has won the Orizzonti Award for Best Film at the 2015 Venice Film Festival. Read about it here.
The epic and visually stunning documentary edited by Simon Price has been selected amongst 133 other titles to go in the running for an Academy Award next year.
The list will soon be pared down to 15 films, each vying for the title of Best Documentary. The shortlist will be announced in December – stay tuned.
For the full long list click HERE.
Editor Nicholas Beauman has been nominated for the Blue Post Award for Best Editing in a Television Drama.
His work on the television movie CARLOTTA has been highlighted for the upcoming awards to be held on Saturday the 6th of December 2014 at the Paddington RSL in Sydney.
Click HERE for the full list of nominees.