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✨Congrats to to the team behind The Big Dry and all our friends and family nominated this year ❤️ https://t.co/vCkpJnpD3LRetweeted by Aus Writers' Guild
Our take on the AWGIE noms. https://t.co/cXDGcPPBHSRetweeted by Aus Writers' Guild
The 50th Annual AWGIE Awards nominations are in!
Congratulations to all nominees - especially our board members and PWA supported writers! https://t.co/sbM80dMRxaRetweeted by Aus Writers' Guild
Oh my!!! 2 eps of Rosehaven S1 nominated for a writers guild award. Super proud of our little stories. https://t.co/cvbxyEqLcDRetweeted by Aus Writers' Guild
We're thrilled to announce the full list of nominees for the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards! #2017AWGIES
A big thanks to the team over at Screentime Australia for sponsoring the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards! You can find out more about Screentime and their slate of great productions, including #JanetKing which is currently airing on ABC TV, over at their website: http://www.screentime.com.au
Things are getting busy over at #2017AWGIES HQ so we thought we'd take this week to highlight and thank our 50th Annual AWGIE Awards sponsors. First up, a big thanks to the Australian Children's Television Foundation for their continual support of the AWGIE Awards and for championing Australian Children's TV. You can find out more about ACTF at their website below, which includes information on funding and production, their blog, and updates on the ongoing #SaveKidsTV campaign.
A big congratulations to the winners of Best Script at the 6th Annual KidzFlicks Awards!
Looking for a way to fill your long weekend? This Saturday and Sunday check out Crafting Intangibles, an international online and local event exploring interactive narrative design. Sign up and follow along from home or head to one of the live events in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to hear speakers from across the USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, and Australia spill the latest thinking in designing structures for affecting experiences. For more information and to book tickets go here:
Are you ready Sydney? Sydney Film Festival kicks off in 7 days! Dive into 12 days of cinematic joy with over 288 films and 400 sessions from international and local filmmakers, including last year's AWGIE Award winning Ali's Wedding written by Osamah Sami and Andrew Knight and an exciting list of other films written by our talented members. Tickets are selling fast, with some sessions selling out. Book your tickets or risk missing out! http://bit.ly/2qz2IyD
Melbourne, your next member night is coming up Wednesday 14 June! We'll be chatting with Emilie Poissenot, Luke Miller, Clea Frost and Anna Irwin-Schutze about all things VR and gaming. With major international film festivals now running significant VR strands, and almost 2 billion gamers world-wide, there’s never been a better time to write for these exciting and unique formats. To book tickets and find out more head to the website:
WA friends, our shiny new Perth office is now open and we'd love for you to drop by for a drink and some nibbles to see the new space and meet our new WA Member Engagement Officer, Tracey Defty-Rashid! 6.00 pm this Thursday 1 June at Fielder Street Creative on Fielder Street, East Perth. Please RSVP so we can add your name to the door list. More information and tickets are available here:
A great read on last year's Feature Film Original AWGIE Award winner Ali's Wedding, written by Andrew Knight and Osamah Sami, which you can catch at the Sydney Film Festival this June!
A big congratulations to Guild members Leah Purcell and Shelley Birse on winning awards at last night's NSW Premiere's Literary Awards!
Sydney friends make sure you check out AWG member Suzie Miller's upcoming play SUNSET STRIP at Griffin Theatre Company this June! The Uncertainty Principle & Griffin Independent present Suzie Miller’s SUNSET STRIP – a play about love, sisterhood and making the best of a shitty situation. 14 June – 1 July Griffin Theatre Company Info at:
Part two airs tonight!
With text by AWG member Hilary Bell, SEVEN STORIES combines music, storytelling and film in a powerful world premiere that is at once visceral, engaging, funny and otherworldly. City Recital Hall, 3 June 7:30pm.
Congrats to our member Ben Young - his first feature will be available in selected cinemas in Syd, Melb and Hobart from June 1. We have some double passes to a preview screening in Sydney this wed at 7pm at Dendy Newtown! Email email@example.com by COB today
WA: Come see the new office, meet the team and network with peers and the industry. 6pm, Thur, 1st June!
Congratulations to AWG member Stephen Irwin! Thank you Rae Johnston for the article