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Atom awards for First Footprints, Jabbed, Fallout

28 November 2013 4:59 PM, PST | | See recent news »

First Footprints, Jabbed, Fallout and Once My Mother were among the winners of the 2013 Ipaf Atom awards presented in Melbourne on Thursday night.

Founded in 1982 and voted by members of the Australian Teachers of Media, the awards recognise film and media excellence in the education and screen industry sectors.

There were more than 600 entries from Australian and New Zealand media producers in 29 categories. The event was hosted by Brian Nankervis from RocKwiz. The Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation (Ipaf) was the naming sponsor this year.

Martin Butler and Bentley Dean.s First Footprints, which tells how the first Australians adapted, migrated, fought and created in dramatically changing environments, was named best documentary, general.

Sonya Pemberton.s Jabbed, which poses the questions how do you decide whether to vaccinate or not, and what are the risks?, took the award for best docu, science, technology and the environment.

Lawrence Johnston.s Fallout, which »

- Don Groves

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Sbs reveals 2013-14 programming line-up

29 October 2013 10:54 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Tony Iffland introduces the Sbs slate for 2013-2014..

Sbs revealed its 2013-2014 programming slate at an industry showcase held in The Rocks, Sydney, this afternoon..

Introduced by Sbs Director of TV, Tony Iffland, the slate spanned a number of genres and included a variety of programs; from returning series such as Once Upon a Time, to new content like documentary series Australia.s Secret Heroes, to the free-to-air premiere of international blockbuster drama The Walking Dead.. .2014 is really about more . so it.s about more food, more documentaries, more sport, more drama than ever before,. Iffland said. .On Sbs 1 and 2, we are seeing a 33 per cent increase in Australian commissioned content. very proud of that. It shows how we at Sbs have rearranged our resources, used our scarce funds and really invested that in content.. Sbs was particularly thrilled to announce they will exclusively cover the 2014 FIFA World Cup. »

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