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AWARDS - TENTH AWARD NOMINATION

Thursday's Fictions has been nominated
for the 2008 Enhance TV ATOM Award

in the category "Best Multi-Modal Production".
The awards ceremony will be held

on Friday 24 October, 2008,
at the Plaza Ballroom, Regent Theatre,
Collins St in Melbourne




AWARDS - RECENT WIN


Thursday's Fictions has won
the 2007 Enhance TV ATOM Award

in the category "Best Experimental".
The awards ceremony was held

on Friday 19 October, 2007,
at the Plaza Ballroom, Regent Theatre,
Collins St in Melbourne.


Comments from Amber Nelson, Event Manager, 2007 EnhanceTV ATOM Awards
quoted in IF Magazine: 'It is always so exciting to see the broad range of impressive productions that are in the running for an award each year. It’s also fabulous to see a production like Thursday’s Fictions which has been creating a presence in other forms of media including written word and now a great site in Second Life. It’s wonderful to see that sort of extension of a concept and the utilisation of so many different avenues.'



AWARDS - WINNER

•    Gold Medal for Excellence
       – Director’s Choice for Artistic Excellence
        in a Feature Film
      
2006 Park City Film Music Festival, Utah, USA
•    Special flEXiff Award
       - F
or "Film as Artwork"
       The Fourth and the Last Experimental
       International Film Festival, 2006,
       Western Sydney, Australia
•    Best Original Song Composed for the Screen
    - For "Aria" sung by Claire McCarthy
      2006 APRA-AGSC Screen Music Awards


AWARD - FINALIST

•    Best Achievement in Sound for a Tele-Feature
      or Mini-Series
       2006 Australian Screen Sound Awards
•    Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie

      2006 APRA-AGSC Screen Music Awards
•    Best Editing in a Television Drama
      2006 Australian Screen Editors Guild Awards
•    Best Soundtrack Album
      2006 APRA-AGSC Screen Music Awards

•    Kenneth Slessor Prize,
      for the book Thursday's Fictions on which the film is based
      2000 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards