AFI Award winners 2001

Lantana, Moulin Rouge, La Spagnola, The Bank

21 NOVEMBER 2001

FEATURE FILM

Emirates AFI Award for Best Film:
Lantana
Producer: Jan Chapman

AFI Award for Best Direction:
Ray Lawrence
Lantana

Harper's BAZAAR AFI Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role:
Kerry Armstrong
Lantana

Showtime AFI Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role:
Anthony LaPaglia
Lantana

Jan Logan AFI Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role:
Rachael Blake
Lantana

Beyond AFI Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role:
Vince Colosimo
Lantana

The Kirketon AFI Award for Best Costume Design:
Catherine Martin & Angus Strathie
Moulin Rouge

AFI Award for Best Sound:
Guntis Sics, Roger Savage & Andy Nelson
Moulin Rouge

Complete Post AFI Award for Best Editing:
Jill Bilcock
Moulin Rouge

AFI Award for Best Original Music Score:
Cezary Skubiszewski
La Spagnola

GMD AFI Award for Best Production Design:
Catherine Martin
Moulin Rouge

The Australian AFI Award for Best Original Screenplay:
Robert Connolly
The Bank

AFI Award for Best Adapted Screenplay:
Andrew Bovell
Lantana

Empire AFI Award for Best Cinematography:
Donald M McAlpine ACS/ASC
Moulin Rouge

AFI Award for Best Foreign Film:
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Producer: Ang Lee & James Schamus

TELEVISION

AFI Award for Best Episode in a Television Drama Series
(awarded to the producer/s)
SeaChange 'I Name Thee Bay of Pearls'
Producer: Sally Ayre-Smith

AFI Award for Best Episode in a Long Running Television Drama Series
(awarded to the producer/s)
Something in the Air 'That One Defining Moment'
Producers: Roger Le Mesurier, Roger Simpson, Alan Hardy

Holding Redlich AFI Award for Best Telefeature or Mini-Series
(awarded to producer/s)
My Brother Jack
Producers: Sue Milliken, Andrew Wiseman, Richard Keddie

AFI Award for Best Direction in a Television Drama:
My Husband My Killer
Peter Andrikidis

KPMG AFI Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Television Drama Series:
Samuel Johnson
The Secret Life of Us

Max Factor AFI Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama Series
Kerry Armstrong
SeaChange

AFI Award for Best Actor in a Telefeature or Mini- Series:
David Field
My Husband My Killer

AFI Award for Best Actress in a Telefeature or Mini-Series:
Angie Milliken
My Brother Jack

AFI Award for Best Actor in a Guest Role in a Television Drama Series:
Gary Day
Blue Heelers 'Part Two- The Poisoned Fruit'

Max Factor AFI Award for Best Actress in a Guest Role in a Television Drama Series:
Catherine McClements
The Secret Life of Us 'Love Sucks'

Columbia Tristar AFI Award for Best Screenplay in a Television Drama:
The Games 'Solar'
John Clarke & Ross Stevenson

AFI Award for Open Craft in a Television Drama:
Do or Die for Editing
Shawn Seet

AFI Award for Best Children's Television Drama:
(awarded to producer/s)
Cybergirl Episode 1
Producers: Jonathan M Shiff, Daniel Scharf

SPECIAL AWARDS CATEGORIES

AFI Young Actors' Award
John Sebastian Pilakui
Yolngu Boy

AFI Longford Life Achievement Award
David Stratton

AFI Byron Kennedy Award
Ian David

AFI Global Achievement Award
Russell Crowe

DOCUMENTARY, SHORT FICTION, SHORT ANIMATION
AFI Award for Best Documentary:
(awarded to producer/s)
Facing the Music
Producers : Bob Connolly & Robin Anderson

Atlab Award for Best Short Fiction Film:
(awarded to Director/s)
The Big House
Director: Rachel Ward

AFI Award for Best Short Animation:
Living with Happiness
Producer: Sarah Watt

AFI Award for Best Direction in a Documentary:
Cunnamulla
Dennis O'Rourke

AFI Award for Best Screenplay in a Short Fiction Film:
Sparky D Comes to Town
Kris Mrksa

Kodak AFI Award for Best Cinematography in a Non-Feature Film:
One Night The Moon
Kim Batterham

AFI Award for Best Sound in a Non-Feature Film:
Facing the Music
Robin Anderson, Andrew Plain & Robert Sullivan

AFI Award for Best Editing in a Non-Feature Film:
Secret Safari
Emma Hay

AFI Award for Open Craft Award in a Non-Feature Film:
One Night the Moon for Original Score
Mairead Hannan, Kev Carmody, Paul Kelly

IF AWARDS 2001 - THE WINNERS

LANTANA IF FAVOURITE
Lantana was awarded four if awards including Best Film and Best Script, with Moulin Rouge winning Best Cinematography and Music, in a presentation ceremony telecast on SBS from Sydney's Wharf 8, attended by Sydney's flickerati.

In 1958, the year before the AFI was founded, the Australian Film Awards were part of the Melbourne Film Festival.


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