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Melbourne International Film FestivalThu 31 July 2014 - Sun 17 August 2014
Talking Pictures - Getting Inside the Director's Head, Saturday 16 August 2014 at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
What really goes on, on set? Kingston Anderson (Executive Director, Australian Directors Guild) gets into the drama behind the drama from the perspective of veteran directors and their on-set directors' attachments.
The first film for 2014 for the Director’s Attachment Scheme announced as Neil Armfield’s Holding the Man.Thursday 29 May 2014
The Australian Directors Guild (ADG) and Screen Australia today announced the first film for 2014 for the Director’s Attachment Scheme, Neil Armfield’s upcoming feature Holding the Man. The Director’s Attachment Scheme is a new industry incentive for emerging feature film directors to develop their craft. Funded by Screen Australia and managed by the ADG, the scheme will provide three director’s attachments annually.
2014 ADG Award Winners AnnouncedSaturday 03 May 2014
Kim Mordaunt, director of the charming film The Rocket, one of Australia’s most awarded films of the past year, has taken out the ADG Award for Best Direction in a Feature Film.
The Award for Best Direction in a Telemovie was won by Rowan Woods for The Broken Shore. Rachel Perkins won the Award for Best Direction in a TV Drama Series for Redfern Now (Series 2, Episode 2, Starting Over).
Hoodlum to be Presented with the Inaugural Innovation Award at the 2014 ADG AwardsWednesday 29 April 2014
Award-winning Australian multi-platform content specialists, Hoodlum, will be presented with the inaugural Innovation Award at the ADG Awards, to be held in Sydney this Friday, May 2.
Claudia Karvan, Marta Dusseldorp, Justine Clark and Denise Roberts Announced as ADG Awards PresentersWednesday 23 April 2014
Claudia Karvan, Marta Dusseldorp, Justine Clark and Denise Roberts will help celebrate the achievements of Australian screen directors at this year’s ADG Awards, to be announced in Sydney on May 2.
Jonathan Teplitzky is a director and writer, best known for Burning Man, Better Than Sex and Gettin' Square.
Jonathan has most recently directed The Railway Man, starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. Cinema release date is set for 26 December.
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Bob Connolly is an Award Winning documentary Filmmaker. His most recent Documentary Feature Mrs Carey's Concert is one of the most successful Australian theatrical documentaries of all time; it won Connolly his 5th AACTA (AFI) Award for Best Feature Documentary.
Connect with Bob and other directors by joining the ADG.
Jessica Hobbs is one of Australia’s top television drama directors. Her recent credits include the AACTA-nominated, ADG Award winning, mini-series DEVIL’S DUST and the award-winning TV series THE SLAP. Her ground-breaking work on LOVE MY WAY in 2004 led to the outstanding and hugely popular TV series SPIRITED and TANGLE, followed by RAKE and MY PLACE.
Connect with Jessica and other directors by joining the ADG.
Kriv is best known for his highly successful Red Dog. Kriv was also the recipient of the ADG Finders Award in 2008 for his feature film Boxing Day.
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Wayne's most recent feature film The Sapphires was the highest grossing box office film in Australia in 2012. It was also selected to screen at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. He is also a director of television and his most recent work was the acclaimed Redfern Now.
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Gillian Armstrong is an award-winning Australian director of feature films and documentaries.
Connect with Gillian and other directors by joining the ADG.