2018 National ACS Awards for Cinematography: winners

Winners included Wake in Fright, Four Corners, Who Do You Think You Are? & Tales by Light.

Wake in Fright, Four CornersWho Do You Think You Are? and Tales by Light were amongst winners at the 47th National ACS Awards for Cinematography.

The awards were held in Brisbane at the weekend, hosted by ABC News presenter Matt Wordsworth
with Noni Hazlehurst as guest of honour.

Simon Duggan ACS won the feature award for Hacksaw Ridge and the top prize of Australian Cinematographer of the Year.

TV and related categories:

Drama or Comedy Series & Telefeatures
Gold Tripod: Geoffrey Hall ACS (SA) ~ Wake In Fright ‘Episode 2’
Award of Distinction: Henry Pierce ACS (NSW) ~ A Place To Call Home Series 4 – Episode 1

Current Affairs
Gold Tripod: Aaron Hollett (VIC) ~ Four Corners “Highway to Hell”
Award of Distinction: Benjamin Foley (NSW) ~ Afghanistan – Taliban at the Gates

Entertainment & TV Magazine
Gold Tripod: Ian Peterson ACS (NSW) – Who Do You Think You Are? – ‘Delta Goodrem’
Award of Distinction: Robert Hill (NT) – Morocco – Sahara Marathon

Gold Tripod: Abraham Joffe (NSW) ~ Tales By Light – Life and Death
Award of Distinction: Craig Pennington (TAS) ~ The Poachers Pipeline

Ron Taylor AM ACS Wildlife & Nature
Gold Tripod: Abraham Joffe (NSW) ~ Tales By Light – Misunderstood Predators
Award of Distinction: Abraham Joffe (NSW) ~ Ghosts of the Arctic

The Hall of Fame
Ossie Emery ACS
Alan Cole ACS
JoAnne Bouzianis-Sellick

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