Australian Directors Guild Awards 2013: 31st Annual ADG Winners

| May 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Saskia Rosendahl Lore

The winners of the 31th Annual Australian Directors Guild Awards (AGA) have been announced. The 2013 Australian Directors Guild  Awards are from a “industry association representing the interests of film, television and digital media directors, documentary makers, animators, assistant directors and independent producers throughout Australia. ADG has 700 members nationally.”

The full listing of the 2013 Australian Directors Guild Awards winners:

Best Direction in a Feature Film
Cate Shortland, Lore

Best Direction in a Short Film
Jessica Redenbach, Tender

Best Direction in a Student Film
Adrian Goodman, Wakey Wakey

Best Direction in a Documentary Feature
Grace McKenzie, Audrey of the Alps

Best Direction in a Documentary (Stand Alone)
Madeleine Parry, Meatwork

Best Direction in a TV Drama Series
Rachel Perkins, Redfern Now (Pretty Boy Blue)

Best Direction in a TV Mini Series
Jessica Hobbs, Devil’s Dust (Parts 1 & 2)

Best Direction in a Documentary Series
Jennifer Peedom, Life at 7

Best Direction in a Telemovie
Glendyn Ivin, Beaconsfield

Esben Storm Award — Best Direction in a Children’s TV Program
Daniel Nettheim, Dance Academy Series 2, Ep 25 “The Second”

Best Direction in a Music Video
Nash Edgerton, Duquesne Whistle

Best Direction in a TV Drama Serial
David Gould, Home and Away Ep 5438

Best Direction in a TV Comedy
Dario Russo, Danger 5

Best Direction in a Cross Platform Project
David Barker, Bad Reality

Best Direction in a TV Commercial
Tim Bullock, Flatties

Best Direction in an Original Online Project
Christiaan Van Vuuren and Connor Van Vuuren, Bondi Hipsters

Special Award for Career Achievement of a First Assistant Director
Jamie Leslie

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Martha Ansara
Michael Thornhill

Source: Chinokino

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Category: Film Award, Short Film Award, Television Mini-Series Award, Television Show Award

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