Australian Success Continues at 89th Academy Awards
Australia was again well represented at the Academy Awards this year, with three Australian films: Lion, Hacksaw Ridge and Tanna.
“Following on from a record-breaking 2016 awards season, Australian film production goes from strength to strength. This is a great achievement for our industry. Congratulations to all nominees and winners.”
“This outcome demonstrates the local production industry is world-class, with creative talent that competes on the global stage. But we can do better, domestic incentives and policies need reform so we can access international markets and win more awards.” Screen Producers Australia CEO, Matthew Deaner said.
Full list of Australian nominees and winners below:
Nominated: Best Picture, Emile Sherman, Iain Canning and Angie Fielder (Lion) Nominated: Best Picture, Bill Mechanic and David Permut (Hacksaw Ridge) Nominated: Best Actor, Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge) Nominated: Best Director, Mel Gibson (Hacksaw Ridge) Nominated: Best Adapted Screenplay, Luke Davies (Lion) Nominated: Best Original Score, Dustin O'Halloran and Hauschka (Lion) Nominated: Cinematography, Greig Fraser (Lion) Winner: Best Film Editing, John Gilbert (Hacksaw Ridge) Nominated: Best Foreign Language Film, Bentley Dean and Martin Butler (Tanna) Nominated: Best Supporting Actress, Nicole Kidman (Lion) Nominated: Best Supporting Actor, Dev Patel (Lion) Winner: Achievement in Sound Mixing, Kevin O'Connell, Andy Wright, Robert Mackenzie and Peter Grace (Hacksaw Ridge) Nominated: Achievement in Sound Editing, Robert Mackenzie and Andy Wright (Hacksaw Ridge)