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20 September 2017
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Dendy Awards winners

The Dendy Award winners have been announced. Congrats to all the filmmakers involved.

AFC-funded films are marked with an asterisk and the winners are in bold.

DOCUMENTARY
The Men Who Would Conquer China
Directed by Nick Torrens and Jane St Vincent Welch.
Produced, written and photographed by Nick Torrens for Nick Torrens Film Productions.

FICTION UNDER 15 MINUTES
62 Sleeps
Directed, written and edited by Erin White.
Produced by Dane Carson for the VCA School of Film and Television.

FICTION OVER 15 MINUTES
*Green Bush
Directed by Warwick Thornton.
Produced by Kath Shelper for CAAMA Productions.

EXPERIMENTAL
The First Thing I Remember
Directed and written by Tamara Meem.
Produced by Matt Carter for AFTRS.

THE 2005 CRC AWARD
(Community Relations Commission)
*Jewboy
Written and directed by Tony Krawitz.
Produced by Liz Watts and Libby Sharpe for Porchlight Films.

THE 2005 YORAM GROSS ANIMATION AWARD
*The Mysterious Geographic Explorations Of Jasper Morello
Directed by Anthony Lucas.
Produced by Julia Lucas, Susie Campbell and Anthony Lucas for 3d Films.

THE 2005 ROUBEN MAMOULIAN AWARD
Green Bush
Directed by Warwick Thornton.
Produced by Kath Shelper for CAAMA Productions.

Also, Kriv Stenders' Blacktown won Best Feature at the Sydney Film Festival's Side Bar Program

Jewboy


Green Bush
Written and directed by Warwick Thornton, produced by Kath Shelper


My Sister