AACTA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Television Screen Craft

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Outstanding Achievement in Television Screen Craft
AACTA Award
Country Australia
Presented by Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA)
First awarded 2000
Currently held by Shaun Micallef, Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation (2010)
Official website http://www.aacta.org

The AACTA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Television Screen Craft is a special discretionary award, presented by the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) for achievements in television screen crafts, in fields excluding acting, direction, producing and screenwriting.[1] The award was presented by the Australian Film Institute (AFI), from 2006 to 2010, at the Australian Film Institute Awards (known commonly as the AFI Awards).[2]

In the following tables, from 2000-2006 winners are listed first, in boldface and highlighted in gold; those listed below the winner that are not in boldface or highlighted are the nominees; from 2007, onwards, the award was presented as a special award.[3]

  Winner of competitive award

Winners and nominees (2000-2006)[edit]

Year Nominees(s) Program Craft
2000
(42nd)
Roger Ford and Sally Shepherd On the Beach Set design
2000
(42nd)
Mark Wareham BeastMaster Cinematography
2000
(42nd)
Brent Crockett Halifax f.p. Cinematography
2000
(42nd)
Martin McGrath On the Beach Cinematography
2001
(43rd)
Shawn Seet Do or Die Editing
2001
(43rd)
Henry Dangar and Nicole La Macchia Love Is a Four Letter Word Editing
2001
(43rd)
Jo Ford My Brother Jack Production design
2001
(43rd)
Peter Best My Husband My Killer Original score
2002
(44th)
Jo Ford The Road from Coorain Production design
2002
(44th)
Brent Crockett Halifax f.p. Cinematography
2002
(44th)
Tristan Milani The Road from Coorain Cinematography
2002
(44th)
Steven Rae The Road from Coorain Original score
2003
(45th)
John Safran John Safran's Music Jamboree Original and innovative programme concept
2003
(45th)
Cezary Skubiszewski After the Deluge Original music
2003
(45th)
Peta Hastings, Karchi Maygar, Natalie Vincentich Big Bite Creative make-up
2003
(45th)
Craig Barden Bootleg Cinematography
2004
(46th)
Kitty Stuckey Kath & Kim Costume design
2004
(46th)
Paul Grabowsky Jessica Music composition
2004
(46th)
Paul Nichola Noah and Saskia Animation and digital effects
2004
(46th)
Barry Lanfranchi Wicked Science Digital editing
2005
(47th)
John Safran John Safran vs God Original concept
2005
(47th)
Louis Irving Love My Way Cinematography
2005
(47th)
Brian Alexander Scooter: Secret Agent Production design
2005
(47th)
Tim Ferrier The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant Production design
2006
(48th)
Joseph Pickering The Forest Cinematography
2006
(48th)
Rob Meyer Comedy Inc: The Late Shift Cinematography
2006
(48th)
Ian Jones RAN Remote Area Nurse Cinematography
2006
(48th)
Tim Millikan, Michael Letho and Stephen Witherow RocKwiz Sound

Winners (2007-present)[edit]

Year Recipient(s) Program Craft
2007
(49th)
Paddy Reardon Bastard Boys, Call Me Mum and The King Production design
2008
(50th)
Steve Evans Underbelly Editing
2009
(51st)
Luke Jurevicius Figaro Pho Creative excellence
2010
(52nd)
Shaun Micallef Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation Host
2011
(1st)
Herbert Pinter Cloudstreet Production Design

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rule 1 - Common Definitions". 2011 AFI Awards Rule Book. Australian Film Institute (AFI). Retrieved 26 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Non-Feature Award Winners, 1958-2010" (PDF). Australian Film Institute (AFI). 2010. Retrieved 24 December 2011. 
  3. ^ Winners and nominees by year:

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