The winners of the 2009 Australian Sound Guild Awards for BEST SOUND IN A SHORT FILM were Dan Johnston, Adam Connelly and Craig Butters. Congratulations to our talented team once again.
The film also screened in the discovery section at the Toronto International Film Festival, screens this week at the AFI Fest in Los Angeles, and will also screen to buyers at this years American Film Market. Odins Eye Entertainment is handling international sales.
Congratulations to all involved with “The Ground Beneath” which has picked up an AFI nomination for Best Short Fiction Film. Last Friday night it also won the “Panavision Best Australian Achievement in Cinematography” Award at the Melbourne International Film Festival. For more information please visit – www.passionpictures.com.au
“A contemporary Western about desperate buyers, desperate sellers, and an unthinkable deal.”
Nice Shootin Cowboy has been selected in competition for it’s World Premiere in August at the Melbourne International Film Festival 2008.
The film is also one of four films nominated for Best Short Film in the 41st annual AWGIE Awards 2008. Judged by the Australian Writers’ Guild, the AWGIE Awards are the only Australian writing awards judged solely by writers. The awards will be presented in Melbourne in August 200
“To the Sound Crew of All Saints.
First of all congratulations!! All Saints Episode 393 took out the Australian Screen Sound Guild award (again) for Best Sound in a Television Drama.
Secondly, will have to be thank you, to you all for your contribution, support and most of all the dedication each one of you has shown to continue to push the boundaries, reinvigorate and redesign the All Saints sound world with every chance you get. Without this passion and dedication to make the sound of All Saints stand out from the rest a long and trying season of All Saints could become sonically monotonous and mundane. This award is a testament to your skill and commitment. I think you all thoroughly deserve this award. You should all be very proud, as I am proud, to be a part of it. I also have to say that it is a personal pleasure to work with you all and have bonded with you all on a professional level as well created friendships. I also wish to make a special thank you to Audioloc, without whom none of this could run nearly as well oiled as it does.
Your work ripples down the post production line and I get to experience everyone’s work and am able to look at the detail that goes into every Ep. (This also makes my job easier!!!) So thank you and please continue to surprise!!
All the best for the coming year in All Saints sound.”
Nick. (The mixer)