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Red Dog, Oranges and Sunshine and Face to Face among If Awards nominees

Red Dog, Oranges and Sunshine, Face to Face and The Eye of the Storm have received nominations for Best Feature Film at this year’s If Awards.

Red Dog won the most nominations, appearing in nine categories, with Oranges and Sunshine nominated in eight and Face to Face in six categories.

Nominated in the Best Direction category is Michael Rymer for Face to Face, Kriv Stenders for Red Dog and Justin Kurzel for Snowtown while Best Script nominees are Michael Rymer for Face to Face, Rona Munro for Oranges and Sunshine and Daniel Taplitz for Red Dog.

Best Documentary nominees are Mrs Carey’s Concert directed by Bob Connolly, I Am Eleven directed by Genevieve Bailey and Orchids: My Intersex Adventure directed by Phoebe Hart.

With its strong ensemble cast the Face to Face actors are up against David Wenham for Oranges and Sunshine, Josh Lucas for Red Dog and
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Tangle Season 3 begins filming

Monday sees critically acclaimed Showcase drama Tangle begin filming in Melbourne.

Returning with it’s fantastic line-up of cast members; Justine Clarke, Catherine McClements, Matt Day, Lincoln Younes, Blake Davis, Kick Curry and Kat Stewart, the series will continue to explore the intertwining relationships between two generations of family.

Tangle is produced by John Edwards and Imogen Banks for Southern Star with Executive Producer Kim Vecera, who called it one of their ‘a landmark series’ when speaking with Encore about Cloudstreet, recently.

In a statement, Chief Executive Officer of Showtime Australia, Mr Peter Rose said, “After the immense success of Tim Winton’s Cloudstreet, we are thrilled to continue our commitment of commissioning world-class Australian drama.”

Written by Fiona Seres and Tony McNamara and to be directed by Emma Freeman (Love My Way, Hawke, Offspring) and Michael James Rowland (Spirited, Lucky Miles), Tangle is being produced with investment by Austar.
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Kat Stewart no bitch in Tangle

  • TV.com
Her role as Nat Manning in Pay TV's hit drama may be narcissistic, but deep down she has a softer side.

Most actresses relish the opportunity to play a television bitch, but Kat Stewart says her role as Nat Manning in Tangle is no bitch.

"I don't see that at all. I think she's quite a damaged person and she's very self absorbed. But it's not malicious; she's just in the moment. With Max (Blake Davis), her son, she left him to his own devices for 10 years but she came back and she's completely there," says...  More >>
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