2024 AACTA Awards tickets now available - for the 2024 AACTA Industry Awards on 8 February and the AACTA Awards Ceremony on Saturday 10 February
AACTA Young Stars National Casting Call - proudly announced a ground-breaking national, youth casting initiative to uncover the next wave of talent.
The announcement was made today by President of the Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts (AACTA) Russell Crowe, the Queensland Government, and Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate.
In the small screen categories, Australian productions Heartbreak High and Mystery Road: Origin are both up for Best Drama Series.
The Seven Network’s coverage of the 2022 AFL Grand Final has been recognised in the 2022 AACTA Awards
The 2022 AACTA Awards, presented by Foxtel, honour excellence in screen production and acknowledge the driving forces that shape our profession
Foxtel Original also recognised for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama and Best Casting Awards
Catherine Martin, Bojana Novakovic, Mark Coles Smith, Tuuli Narkle, James Majoos and Emma Freeman to feature in one-hour special
Elvis and Mystery Road: Origin lead the nominations for the 2022 AACTA Award presented by Foxtel Group
The Australian Academy of Cinema Television Arts (AACTA) today revealed the illustrious nominees for the 2022 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel Group, which will be presented across two ceremonies at The Hordern in Sydney’s iconic Entertainment Quarter, on Monday, 5 December and Wednesday, 7 December.
Baz Luhrmann’s film, Elvis swept the Technical Craft categories, picking up a nomination across all nine film awards. Mystery Road: Origin earned six nominations across nine television categories.