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'Rules' tops Aussie critics' noms

9 October 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

MELBOURNE, Australia -- The race-relations drama Australian Rules, which screened at Sundance earlier this year, leads the nominations list for the Australian Film Critics Circle Awards with eight, including a nom for best film. The winners will be announced at an Oct. 31 ceremony in Sydney. Other titles featured prominently in the AFC choices are fellow best film nominees Walking on Water and The Tracker (seven nominations each) and Rabbit-Proof Fence (six nominations). In the best actress category, Toni Collette (Dirty Deeds) is up against Danielle Hall (Beneath Clouds), Everlyn Sampi (Rabbit-Proof Fence) and Maria Theodorakis (Walking on Water), while the best actor contenders are Vince Colosimo (Walking on Water), David Gulpilil (The Tracker), Guy Pearce (The Hard Word) and Nathan Phillips (Australian Rules). Nominated for best director are Tony Ayres (Walking on Water), Rolf de Heer (The Tracker), Phillip Noyce (Rabbit-Proof Fence) and Ivan Sen (Beneath Clouds). More than 50 critics are eligible to vote for the awards, which have become the curtain-raiser of Australia's awards season. »

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