The film was awarded Best Original Music Score (Richard Tognetti), Best Cinematography (Renan Ozturk), and Best Sound (David White, Robert Mackenzie) in the Documentary category.
AACTA celebrated its 60th year tonight at the 2018 AACTA Awards Ceremony presented by Foxtel in Sydney at The Star Event Centre.
“This year’s AACTA Awards are an all-inclusive look at the Australian
screen industry, featuring winners and nominees from all industry
sectors and at all stages of their careers, as well as productions which
span a remarkable range of genres and tell diverse stories with truly
unique voices,” said AFI | AACTA CEO Damian Trewhella.
“On behalf of the Australian Academy, I congratulate all of this year’s
winners and nominees, whose skill, passion and commitment to their craft
highlights the world-class talent we have here in Australia.”
congratulate all of tonight’s winners and am delighted that Australia’s
leading state for film and television production, NSW, is home to the
industry’s most prestigious awards, the AACTAs,” said NSW Minister for the Arts Don Harwin.
“Having supported the AACTAs since 2011, the NSW Government recognises
the importance of creativity and remains committed to growing this vital