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'Story,' 'Square' lead winners at IF Awards

13 November 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

SYDNEY -- Sue Brooks' edgy drama Japanese Story and Jonathan Teplitzky's Gettin' Square dominated this year's IF Awards for the Australian film industry, handed out Wednesday night. The IF Awards, put on by Insidefilm magazine, has in the past few years become arguably the industry's flashiest and most audience-friendly awards ceremony, surpassing the more traditional Australian Film Institute Awards, which are scheduled for Nov. 21 in Melbourne. Japanese Story took key awards for best film for producer Sue Maslin, direction (Brooks) and best actress (Toni Collette), but Gettin' Square garnered a handful of honors in other key categories, including best actor for David Wenham and original script for Chris Nyst. »

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FCCA noms tap 'Story,' 'Square'

14 October 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

MELBOURNE, Australia -- In what is regarded as the curtain-raiser for the awards season Down Under, the psychological drama Japanese Story and crime caper comedy Gettin' Square head the nominations list for this year's Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards. The critical and commercial hit Japanese Story is nominated in a total of seven categories, including best picture, best director, and best actress (Toni Collette). Gettin' Square, which also has seven nominations, will go head-to-head with Japanese Story in the best picture and director categories, while David Wenham is the front-runner for the best actor nod for his turn as a recently released convict. The other two best picture nominees are the Rolf de Heer drama Alexandra's Project and the coming-of-age tale Swimming Upstream, helmed by Russell Mulcahy. In the best actress category, Collette is up against Helen Buday (Alexandra's Project), Susie Porter (Teesh and Trude) and Olivia Pigeot (A Cold Summer), while Wenham's fellow nominees include Geoffrey Rush (Swimming Upstream), Heath Ledger (Ned Kelly) and Gary Sweet (Alexandra's Project). »

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