Congratulations To Our AACTA Nominated Clients
Cameron’s Management is pleased to congratulate our AACTA nominated clients on the recognition of their works in the 7th Annual Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Nominations.
Anne Brooksbank for Don’t Tell (Best Adapted Screenplay)
Based on the true events, Don’t Tell follows the story of a young girl who, with the help of a local Lawyer, finds the courage to speak out after enduring sexual abuse at a prestigious Private school.
Don't Tell has received a a total of four nominations in this years AACTA Awards.
Little Lunch is a funny and touching series that gives a glimpse into the mishaps, adventures, stories and jokes that fill the lives of six students and their teacher in the fifteen, highly significant, minutes of every school day.
Michael Jenkins for Blue Murder: Killer Cop (Best Telefeature or Mini Series)
The long awaited sequel to Blue Murder (1995); Blue Murder: Killer Cop portrays Australia’s notorious former detective Roger Rogerson during the time he met his wife Anne and committed the Murder of Jamie Gao.
Blue Murder: Killer Cop has received a total of eleven nominations in this years AACTA Awards.
Andrew Knight for Ali’s Wedding (Best original Screenplay)
When a hasty lie triggers a series of catastrophic events, Ali, son of a Muslim cleric, is caught in an impossible choice – to honour his sense of duty and carry out his arranged marriage or follow his heart and be with the girl he loves.
Ali's Wedding has received a a total of eight nominations in this years AACTA Awards.
Margo Wilson for Jasper Jones (Best costume design)
Margo Wilson’s beautifully realised costumes bring to life the coming of age story of Charlie Bucktin in Jasper Jones, as he navigates local racists, the breakup of his parents, first love and the discovery of what it means to be truly courageous.
Jasper Jones has received a a total of six nominations in this years AACTA Awards.