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Garth Davis, Matthew Saville and Emma Freeman honoured at Adg Awards

7 May 2017 5:44 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

'Lion' director Garth Davis has won the Adg Award for Best Direction in a Feature Film..

Director Garth Davis has taken out the top gong at the Adg Awards for his work helming Lion..

Davis was presented the prize for Best Direction in a Feature Film by Peter Weir at an award ceremony in Melbourne on Friday..

Lion, which received six Oscar nods and has gone on to be the fifth highest-grossing Australian film of all time at the local box office, is Davis. debut feature. .

Davis was up against Simon Stone (The Daughter), Ben Young (Hounds of Love), Craig Boreham (Teenage Kicks) and Jonathan Leahy (Skin Deep) — each of which was also a first feature..

The award for Best Direction in a Documentary Feature Film was presented to Dan Jackson for In The Shadow of the Hill, while Hotel Coolgardie director Pete Gleeson received High Commendation. The »

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Garth Davis Heads Australian Directors Guild Awards With ‘Lion’

5 May 2017 4:02 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Garth Davis, director of Oscar-winning feature “Lion,” collected the prize for best film direction at the Australian Directors Guild’s annual awards. It was Davis’ first feature film as director.

Davis received the prize from Peter Weir at a ceremony at the Sofitel Hotel in Melbourne.

Dan Jackson, and Brazilian-set “In the Shadow of the Hill,” won the prize for direction of a feature documentary. The jury said that the category had a particularly high quality of submissions, at a time when it is difficult to raise money for full-length documentaries in Australia.

After winning the narrative feature prize last year with their film “Tanna,” Bentley Dean and Martin Butler won an Adg Award for the second year in a row, this year with co-director Liz Jackson and documentary short subject A Sense of Self.

In the television categories, Kevin Carlin won the award for best direction in a TV or SVoD miniseries with “Molly. »

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Five first-time feature filmmakers vie for the top gong at 2017 Adg Awards

5 April 2017 11:38 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

(l-r) Deepti Naval and Garth Davis on set (photo credit: Mark Rogers).

The nominees for best feature direction at this year.s Adg Awards are Garth Davis (Lion), Simon Stone (The Daughter), Ben Young (Hounds of Love), Craig Boreham (Teenage Kicks) and Jonathan Leahy (Skin Deep). All are celebrated for their feature debuts..

Adg CEO Kingston Anderson says the Adg is angling for a high-profile director to present the feature film award. .I can.t say who it is but if we get him it.d be great," he tells If. "It.s a timing issue as usual...

Emma Freeman is nominated in the TV direction category for her work on Secret City alongside Leah Purcell for Cleverman, Rowan Woods for Rake and Tony Krawitz for The Kettering Incident.

.As always TV drama continues to be a strong and important and powerful category, and that reflects what.s going on in our industry, »

- Harry Windsor

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