Congratulations to our Cameron's AWGIE Award Winners
The 52nd Annual Australian Writers Guild Awards were held last night and we are pleased to congratulate our winners.
Mac Gudgeon was presented with the Dorothy Crawford Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Profession and the Industry, honouring a career that has included positions on the board of Film Victoria, the Australian Film Television & Radio School, and the AWG, as well as writing some of Australia’s top films and series, including The Secret River, Killing Time, Halifax FP, Ground Zero, Last Ride, and Wind.
Ben Lawrence won for Best Documentary - Public Broadcast or Exhibition for his 2018 documentary Ghosthunter.
Andrew Knight won for his episode of Jack Irish (Season 2, Episode 1) in Best Television Series or Miniseries (4 Hours or more).
For Best Community and Youth Theatre, Noëlle Janaczewska went home with a trophy for her play Yellow Yellow Sometimes Blue.
While Kate Mulvany had a stellar evening taking out 3 Awards for her play adaptation of The Harp In The South. She was awarded the AWGIE for Best Stage Play, the David Williamson Prize for Excellence in Writing for Australian Theatre and the highest honour of the Australian Writers’ Guild’s annual AWGIE Awards, the 2019 Major Award.