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2019 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel. The two major 2019 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel events - the Industry Luncheon and the Awards Ceremony & Official After Party - will both be held in Sydney this December.\r\nThroughout the history of the awards there have been several differently designed awards given to winners. Most notable ones given are: the "Kodak film award", a gold, silver or bronze medal, which was handed out from 1958–1975; the Grand Prix award which was a "bronze leaf shaped award mounted on a square wooden base", also presented between ...\r\nOfficial Viewing Party Enjoy exclusive VIP seating for the red carpet of the 2019 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel, then celebrate the best achievements of the past year at the Official AACTA Awards Live Viewing Party at The Star’s Rock Lily.\r\nAACTA Awards Winners & Nominees. For the. 2019 AACTA Awards. Winners & Nominees; Select type Scroll to. AACTA Award for Best Documentary. The Australian Dream. Daniel Gordon (Dir), Sarah Thomson, Nick Batzias, Virginia Whitwell, John Battsek. The Eulogy. Janine Hosking (Dir), Katey Grusovin, Trish Lake ...\r\nThe 7th Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards (generally known as the AACTA Awards) took place on 6 December 2017. Presented by the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA), the awards celebrated the best in Australian feature film, television, documentary and short film productions of 2017.\r\nThe AACTA Awards ceremony will be televised on Network Ten for the third year running. The 4th AACTA Awards are a continuum of the Australian Film Institute Awards (known as the AFI Awards), established in 1958 and presented until 2010 after which it was rebranded the AACTA Awards when the Australian Film Institute (AFI) established AACTA in 2011.\r\nPast Awards Select an event 2018 AACTA Awards 7th AACTA Awards 6th AACTA Awards 5th AACTA Awards 4th AACTA Awards 3rd AACTA Awards 2nd AACTA Awards Inaugural AACTA Awards 2000 - 2010 1990 - 1999 1980 - 1989 1970 - 1979 1958 - 1969 Select an year\r\nThe latest Tweets from AACTA (@AACTA). Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) and home of the AACTA Awards. Official hashtag #AACTAs. Sydney/Melbourne\r\nAACTA Award for Best Film Presented by Foxtel. Boy Erased. Steve Golin, Kerry Kohansky-Roberts, Joel Edgerton Anonymous Content & Blue-Tongue Films. Breath. Mark Johnson, Simon Baker, Jamie Hilton Gran Via, Windalong Films & See Pictures. Cargo.\r\nAACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actress. Amy Adams. Vice. Emily Blunt. A Quiet Place. Claire Foy. First Man. Nicole Kidman. Boy Erased. Margot Robbie. Mary Queen of Scots. AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actor. Mahershala Ali . Green Book. Timothée Chalamet . Beautiful Boy. Joel Edgerton. Boy Erased. Sam Elliott.\r\n