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Aacta International Awards maintain the Fury Road momentum

31 January 2016 2:47 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Tom Hardy in Mad Max: Fury Road

Rachel Griffiths and Daniel MacPherson opened the 5th Aacta International Awards, while Abbie Cornish, Miranda Otto, Angus Sampson, Jonathan Lapaglia, Radha Mitchell, Luke Bracey, Anna Torv and Phillip Noyce were among those who presented at the event, held at the Avalon Hollywood.

George Miller.s Mad Max: Fury Road continued its Oscars-campaign momentum, taking home two Aacta International Awards - Best Film and Best Direction..

These wins follow a stellar outing for Fury Road at Aacta.s domestic Awards in Sydney last month, where the film received a total of eight Awards, including Best Film and Best Direction..

Carol also received two Aacta International Awards, with Rooney Mara awarded for Best Supporting Actress, and Cate Blanchett awarded for Best Lead Actress.

This marks Blanchett.s seventh AFI or Aacta Award over the past 19 years, including an Aacta International Award for her performance in Blue Jasmine. »

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