Our ACF artists’ achievements don’t just stop after their fundraising campaign does.
These campaigns have let us know that since fundraising on the ACF they have won an award, been nominated, been selected for a festival, and/or won a competition!
In a Different Space — Elders Dancing
Was selected for screening at 6 international film/Dance film festivals in the USA, Canada, Brazil and Australia.
Kokoda the Spirit Lives
Won the best documentary award at the Sanctuary Film Festival.
Smashed International Festival Campaign
Was selected for the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival, an annual Academy Award qualifying festival held in Providence and Newport.
Penny Challen – The Owl and the Pussycat (Little Match Productions)
Won best costume design at the Matilda Awards.
Jackson McGovern – The Owl and the Pussycat
Won Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role at the Matilda Awards.
Lisa Cheney – The Owl and the Pussycat
Was nominated for Best Sound Design or Composition at the Matilda Awards.
Was nominated for a Green Room Award for Writing.
One step at a time like this
Was nominated for a Green Room Award for Innovation in site Responsive Performance.
Won a Green Room Award for Innovation in Durational Performance.
Was nominated for a Green Room Award for innovation in Durational Performance.
The Letter String Quartet
Was nominated for a Green Room Award for Contemporary Sound Performance.
Stephanie Lake Company
Won a Green Room Award for Visual Design and Outstanding Choreography.
Was nominated for a Green Room Award for Independent Theatre/performance.
Won a Green Room Award for Independent Theatre/Performance, Ensemble and Music Composition and Sound Design.
Jodee Mundy Collaborations
Was nominated for a Green Room Award for Set/Costume Design, Writing, Direction and Production.
Was nominated for a Green Room Award for Contribution to the Development of Opera in Victoria.
Won a Green Room Award for Independent Theatre/Lighting Design.
Won the Green Room’s Shirley McKechnie Award for Outstanding Choreography.
On the Banks of the Tigris
Won Best Documentary at Baghdad International Film Festival and 4 other festival awards. It was also a Finalist in Australia’s ATOM Awards.
After screenings at Panavision and Soho House in Los Angeles, secured distribution with DirecTV through First Focus International.
We want to know what you’re up to! Let us know when you’re achieving something amazing and we’ll add you to the ACF Hall of Fame.