Australian Film Critics Association Awards 2013: 6th Annual AFCA Winners

| February 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Saskia Rosendahl Lore

The winners of the 6th Annual Australian Film Critics Association Awards have been announced. The 2013 AFCA Awards winners are from “a professional association for film critics, film reviewers and film journalists who work regularly in the media, and provide informed discussion, analysis, and comment about Australian and world cinema.” The Awards’ goal “is to raise the level of film culture in Australia by recognizing the work of Australian film critics and film commentators and to broaden public awareness of film as an art form and cultural artifact.”

The winners of the 2013 AFCA Awards:

Ivan Hutchinson Award for Writing on Australian Film
WINNER: Josh Nelson (God in all things – HAIL)

Award for Writing on Non-Australian Film
WINNER: Rebecca Harkins Cross (The Shape of Rage – DANGEROUS METHODS)

Award for a Review of an individual Australian Film
WINNER: Michael Scott (All the Way Through Evening)

Award for a Review of an individual Non-Australian film
WINNER: Laurence Barber (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
SPECIAL MENTION: Laurence Barber (The Masters of Being)


Best Documentary
WINNER: Searching for Sugarman

Best Overseas Film (Foreign Language

Best Overseas Film (English Language)
WINNER: A Separation

Best Overall Production Design
Silke Fisher (Lore)

Best Music Score
Cezary Skubiszewski (The Sapphires)

Best Editing
Martin Connor (Burning Man)

Best Cinematography
Adam Arkapaw (Lore)

Best Screenplay
WINNER: Lore (Cate Shortland & Robin Mukherjee)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Jessica Mauboy (The Sapphires)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Garry Waddell (The King is Dead)

Best Actress
Saskia Rosendahl (Lore)

Best Actor
Joel Edgerton (Wish You Were Here)

Best Director
Cate Shortland (Lore)

Best Film
The Sapphires

Source: Afca

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