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:: Spotlight :: 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Awards

By: Carmine Pascuzzi; photos by Matt Deller

In a major coup, the Australian Film Institute has confirmed Shane Jacobson, one of Australia’s best-loved performers, to host both spectacular nights of the 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Awards in Melbourne on Friday December 10 and Saturday December 11, 2010.

Bringing the pizzazz, shebang and showbiz to the film and television industry’s most glamorous night of nights, Jacobson has the credentials to step into the host spotlight with ease. His comedic timing, distinctive wit and stage credentials make him the perfect fit to lead the celebrations of the year that was on the small and big screen.

Both nights will be produced by Dainty Consolidated Entertainment, for the sixth consecutive year, and held at Melbourne’s magnificent Regent Theatre, with festivities commencing on Friday December 10 with the 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Industry Awards presented by Digital Pictures. Saturday December 11 will see the red carpet rolled out for the 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Awards Ceremony, with the glittering spectacle broadcast on the Nine Network at 9.30pm that same night.

Shane Jacobson is thrilled about his major role in the event and said, “I am overjoyed and honoured by the opportunity to host this year’s AFI Awards. Considering some of the people who have previously filled these shoes were Russell Crowe, Geoffrey Rush and Hugh Jackman. I am flattered to even be mentioned in that company, let alone the chance to host this event whose audience will be filled with my friends, my peers and people who I flat out admire. I can’t wait. But I guess I'll have to!”

Jacobson first came to the nation’s attention with his break-out smash hit Kenny, co-written with his brother director Clayton Jacobson, and for which he won an AFI Award for Best Actor in 2006. Since then he has continued to entertain audiences with his roles in the feature films Charlie and Boots with Paul Hogan, Cactus with Bryan Brown and Newcastle with Barry Otto, as well as digital comedy series Mordy Koots. His next appearance will be in the upcoming feature Surviving Georgia with Pia Miranda, Holly Valance, Caroline O’Connor and Spencer McLaren. An accomplished stage actor, singer and comedian, Shane won a Helpmann Award for his role in the musical Guys ‘N’ Dolls in 2009. Most recently Shane appeared in the MTC’s sell-out season of The Drowsy Chaperone co-starring Geoffrey Rush, Robyn Nevin and Rhonda Burchmore. Shane is also the co-presenter of popular motor show Top Gear Australia, currently screening on the Nine Network.

Victorian Minister for Innovation Gavin Jennings said, “The Victorian Government is extremely proud that Melbourne has been the home of the AFI Awards for the past 10 years, and the magnificent Regent Theatre is a fitting venue for this exceptional event. It’s been yet another remarkable year for the Victorian and Australian screen industry and everybody can look forward to celebrating their successes at this year’s awards.”

The nominees for non-feature film, feature film and television AFI Awards will be revealed at the 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Awards Nominations Announcement at Sydney Theatre, Walsh Bay on October 27.

Again in 2010, to celebrate the strength and diversity of Australian film this year, the AFI will announce six nominees instead of the traditional four for the 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Award for Best Film, as well as the AFI Members’ Choice Award.

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**Award nominations announced**

2010 SAMSUNG MOBILE AFI AWARDS NOMINEES

AFI INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR
 Simon Baker. The Mentalist, Season 2. Nine Network
 Ryan Kwanten. True Blood, Season 3. Showcase
 Kodi Smit‐McPhee. The Road
 Sam Worthington. Avatar

AFI INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS
 Toni Collette. United States of Tara, Season 2. ABC1
 Bojana Novakovic. Edge of Darkness
 Mia Wasikowska. Alice in Wonderland
 Naomi Watts. Mother and Child

AFI YOUNG ACTOR AWARD
 Ashleigh Cummings. Tomorrow When The War Began
 Morgana Davies. The Tree
 James Frecheville. Animal Kingdom
 Harrison Gilbertson. Beneath Hill 60

AFI VISUAL EFFECTS AWARD
 Daybreakers. Peter Spierig, Michael Spierig, Rangi Sutton, James Rogers, Randy Vellacott
 The Tree. Dave Morley, Felix Crawshaw, Claudia Lecaros, Tim Walker
 Tinglewood. Wil Manning
 Tomorrow When The War Began. Chris Godfrey, Sigi Eimutis, Dave Morley, Tony Cole

TELEVISION NOMINEES

AFI AWARD FOR BEST CHILDREN’S TELEVISION DRAMA
 Dance Academy. Joanna Werner ABC
 Dead Gorgeous. Ewan Burnett, Margot McDonald. ABC
 Lockie Leonard. Kylie Du Fresne. Nine Network
 My Place. Penny Chapman. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST CHILDREN’S TELEVISION ANIMATION
 dirtgirlworld. Cate McQuillen. ABC
 Erky Perky. Kristine Klohk, Barbara Stephen, Tracy Lenon. Seven Network
 The Legend Of Enyo. Avrill Stark, Michael Christensen. Seven Network

AFI AWARD FOR BEST TELEVISION COMEDY SERIES
 Lowdown. Nicole Minchin, Amanda Brotchie, Adam Zwar. ABC
 Review With Myles Barlow, Season 2. Dean Bates. ABC
 Wilfred II. Jenny Livingston, Tony Rogers, Adam Zwar, Jason Gann. SBS

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION SERIES
 The Gruen Transfer, Series 3. Andrew Denton, Anita Jacoby, Jon Casimir, Debbie Cuell. ABC1
 Hungry Beast, Series Two. Andrew Denton, Andy Nehl. ABC1
 MasterChef Australia. Margaret Bashfield, Judy Smart, Caroline Spencer. Network Ten
 Talkin' 'bout Your Generation. Peter Beck. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES
 The Circuit, Series 2. Ross Hutchens, Colin South. SBS
 Rush, Season 3. John Edwards, Mimi Butler. Network Ten
 Spirited. Claudia Karvan, Jacquelin Perske, John Edwards. W
 Tangle, Season 2. John Edwards, Imogen Banks. Showcase

AFI AWARD FOR BEST TELEFEATURE, MINI SERIES OR SHORT RUN SERIES
 A Model Daughter: The Killing Of Caroline Byrne. Karl Zwicky. Network Ten
 Hawke. Richard Keddie. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTION IN TELEVISION
 Dance Academy ‐ Episode 2, ‘Week Zero’. Jeffrey Walker. ABC
 Hawke. Emma Freeman. Network Ten
 Rush, Season 3 ‐ Episode 308, ‘Train’. Grant Brown. Network Ten
 Tangle, Season 2 ‐ Episode 16, ‘Lost and Found’. Emma Freeman. Showcase

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SCREENPLAY IN TELEVISION
 Hawke. Glen Dolman. Network Ten
 Review With Myles Barlow, Season 2 ‐ Episode 6, ‘Happiness, Escapism, Acceptance’ Trent O'Donnell, Phil Lloyd. ABC
 Tangle, Season 2 ‐ Episode 15, ‘Sleepwalking’. Fiona Seres. Showcase
 Wilfred II – Episode 7, ‘Dog Star’. Jason Gann, Adam Zwar. SBS

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LEAD ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
 Garry McDonald. A Model Daughter: The Killing Of Caroline Byrne. Network Ten
 Corey McKernan. Lockie Leonard. Nine Network
 Aaron Pedersen. The Circuit, Series 2. SBS
 Richard Roxburgh. Hawke. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LEAD ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
 Cheree Cassidy. Underbelly: The Golden Mile ‐ Episode 7, ‘Full Force Gale’. Nine Network
 Justine Clarke. Tangle, Season 2. Showcase
 Poppy Lee Friar. Dead Gorgeous. ABC
 Catherine McClements. Tangle, Season 2. Showcase

AFI AWARD FOR BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
 Damien Garvey. Underbelly: The Golden Mile ‐ Episode 10, ‘Hurt on Duty’. Nine Network
 Rhys Muldoon. Lockie Leonard ‐ Episode 11, ‘Snake Hide Oil. Nine Network
 John Waters. Offspring. Network Ten
 Ben Winspear. My Place ‐ Episode 5, ‘1968 Sofia’. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
 Linda Cropper. Satisfaction, Season 3 ‐ Episode 8, ‘Not Vanilla’. Showcase
 Sacha Horler. Hawke. Network Ten
 Asher Keddie. Hawke. Network Ten
 Deborah Mailman. Offspring. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TELEVISION COMEDY
 Paul Denny. Lowdown. ABC
 Jason Gann. Wilfred II. SBS
 Phil Lloyd. Review With Myles Barlow, Season 2. ABC

NON‐FEATURE FILM NOMINEES

AFI AWARD FOR BEST FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY
 Contact. Martin Butler, Bentley Dean. ABC1
 Inside The Firestorm. Lucy Maclaren, Alex West. ABC
 The Snowman. Rachel Landers, Dylan Blowen.
 Strange Birds In Paradise ‐ A West Papuan Story. Jamie Nicolai, John Cherry

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY UNDER ONE HOUR
 A Thousand Encores: The Ballets Russes In Australia. Sharyn Prentice, Marianne Latham, Lavinia Riachi. ABC
 Rudely Interrupted. Susie Jones, Benjamin Jones. ABC1
 Surviving Mumbai. Andrew Ogilvie, Andrea Quesnelle. ABC
 You Only Live Twice ‐ The Incredibly True Story Of The Hughes Family. Ruth Cullen. ABC1

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY SERIES
 Addicted To Money. Andrew Ogilvie, Andrea Quesnelle. ABC
 Disable Bodied Sailors. Karina Holden, Nick Robinson. SBS
 Kokoda. Andrew Wiseman. ABC1
 Liberal Rule‐ The Politics That Changed Australia. Nick Torrens, Frank Haines. SBS

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTION IN A DOCUMENTARY
 A Thousand Encores: The Ballets Russes In Australia. Amanda Chang. ABC
 Contact. Martin Butler, Bentley Dean. ABC1
 Inside The Firestorm. Jacob Hickey. ABC
 Strange Birds In Paradise ‐ A West Papuan Story. Charlie Hill‐Smith

AFI AWARD FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN A DOCUMENTARY
 Disable Bodied Sailors ‐ Episode 3. Nick Robinson. SBS
 Miracles ‐ Episode 1, ‘Miracle in the Storm’. Tony Oliver ACS. ABC1
 Strange Birds In Paradise ‐ A West Papuan Story. Angus Kemp.
 Surviving Mumbai. Jim Frater. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST EDITING IN A DOCUMENTARY
 A Thousand Encores: The Ballets Russes In Australia. Karin Steininger. ABC
 Contact. Tania Nehme. ABC1
 Inside The Firestorm. Steven Robinson. ABC
 Surviving Mumbai. David Fosdick. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SOUND IN A DOCUMENTARY
 A Thousand Encores: The Ballets Russes In Australia. Brett Aplin, Andrew McGrath, Erin McKimm. ABC
 Inside The Firestorm. Jock Healy, Tristan Meredith. ABC
 Kokoda ‐ Episode 1, ‘The Invasion’. David Bridie, Chris Goodes, Ian Grant, Patrick Slater. ABC1
 Strange Birds In Paradise ‐ A West Papuan Story. Mik la Vage, Doron Kipen, David Bridie

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SHORT ANIMATION
 The Lost Thing. Sophie Byrne, Andrew Ruhemann, Shaun Tan.
 Zero. Christopher Kezelos, Christine Kezelos

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FICTION FILM
 Deeper Than Yesterday. Ariel Kleiman, Benjamin Gilovitz, Sarah Cyngler, Anna Kojevnikov.
 The Kiss. Sonya Humphrey, Ashlee Page.
 The Love Song Of Iskra Prufrock. Lucy Gaffy, Lyn Norfor.
 Suburbia. Antonio Oreña‐Barlin, Richard Halsted.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SCREENPLAY IN A SHORT FILM
 A Parachute Falling In Siberia. Sarah Shaw, Ian Meadows.
 Deeper Than Yesterday. Ariel Kleiman.
 Glenn Owen Dodds. Trent Dalton.
 The Kiss. Ashlee Page

FEATURE FILM NOMINEES

MEMBERS’ CHOICE AWARD[/b]
 Animal Kingdom. Liz Watts.
 Beneath Hill 60. Bill Leimbach.
 Bran Nue Dae. Robyn Kershaw, Graeme Isaac.
 Bright Star. Jan Chapman, Caroline Hewitt.
 The Boys Are Back. Greg Brenman, Tim White.
 Tomorrow When The War Began. Andrew Mason, Michael Boughen.

SAMSUNG MOBILE AFI AWARD FOR BEST FILM
 Animal Kingdom. Liz Watts.
 Beneath Hill 60. Bill Leimbach.
 Bran Nue Dae. Robyn Kershaw, Graeme Isaac.
 Bright Star. Jan Chapman, Caroline Hewitt.
 The Tree. Sue Taylor. Yaël Fogiel.
 Tomorrow When The War Began. Andrew Mason, Michael Boughen.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTION
 Animal Kingdom. David Michôd.
 Beneath Hill 60. Jeremy Hartley Sims.
 Bright Star. Jane Campion.
 The Tree. Julie Bertuccelli

MACQUARIE AFI AWARD FOR BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
 Animal Kingdom. David Michôd.
 Beneath Hill 60. David Roach.
 Bright Star. Jane Campion.
 Daybreakers. Peter Spierig, Michael Spierig

MACQUARIE AFI AWARD FOR BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
 Bran Nue Dae. Reg Cribb, Rachel Perkins, Jimmy Chi.
 The Boys Are Back. Allan Cubitt.
 The Tree. Julie Bertuccelli.
 Tomorrow When The War Began. Stuart Beattie.

AWARD FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY[/b]
 Animal Kingdom. Adam Arkapaw.
 Beneath Hill 60. Toby Oliver ACS.
 Bright Star. Greig Fraser.
 The Waiting City. Denson Baker ACS

AFI AWARD FOR BEST EDITING
 Animal Kingdom. Luke Doolan.
 Beneath Hill 60. Dany Cooper ASE.
 Bright Star. Alexandre de Franceschi ASE.
 Tomorrow When The War Began. Marcus D'Arcy.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SOUND
 Animal Kingdom. Sam Petty, Rob Mackenzie, Philippe Decrausaz.
 Beneath Hill 60. Liam Egan, Alicia Slusarski, Mark Cornish, Tony Murtagh.
 Bran Nue Dae. Andrew Neil, Steve Burgess, Peter Mills, Mario Vaccaro, Blaire Slater, David Bridie, Scott Montgomery.
 Tomorrow When The War Began. Andrew Plain, David Lee, Gethin Creagh, Robert Sullivan

AFI AWARD FOR BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE
 Animal Kingdom. Antony Partos, Sam Petty.
 Beneath Hill 60. Cezary Skubiszewski.
 Bran Nue Dae. Cezary Skubiszewski, Jimmy Chi, Patrick Duttoo Bin Amat, Garry Gower, Michael Manolis Mavromatis, Stephen Pigram.
 Bright Star. Mark Bradshaw.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
 Animal Kingdom. Jo Ford.
 Beneath Hill 60. Clayton Jauncey.
 Bright Star. Janet Patterson.
 Tomorrow When The War Began. Robert Webb, Michelle McGahey, Damien Drew, Bev Dunn

AFI AWARD FOR BEST COSTUME DESIGN
 Animal Kingdom. Cappi Ireland.
 Beneath Hill 60. Ian Sparke, Wendy Cork.
 Bran Nue Dae. Margot Wilson.
 Bright Star. Janet Patterson

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LEAD ACTOR
 Brendan Cowell. Beneath Hill 60.
 James Frecheville. Animal Kingdom.
 Ben Mendelsohn. Animal Kingdom.
 Clive Owen. The Boys Are Back.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LEAD ACTRESS
 Abbie Cornish. Bright Star.
 Morgana Davies. The Tree.
 Charlotte Gainsbourg. The Tree.
 Jacki Weaver. Animal Kingdom

AWARD FOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR[/b]
 Joel Edgerton. Animal Kingdom.
 Guy Pearce. Animal Kingdom.
 Kodi Smit‐McPhee. Matching Jack.
 Sullivan Stapleton. Animal Kingdom.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
 Julia Blake. The Boys Are Back.
 Kerry Fox. Bright Star.
 Deborah Mailman. Bran Nue Dae.
 Laura Wheelwright. Animal Kingdom

All winners will be revealed on Friday, December 10 at the 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Industry Awards presented by Digital Pictures and Saturday, December 11 at the 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Awards Ceremony. Both events will be held at Melbourne’s iconic Regent Theatre, hosted by Shane Jacobson and produced by Dainty Consolidated Entertainment.

The gala red carpet event on the Saturday night will be broadcast nationally on the Nine Network at 9.30pm that same night.

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The complete list of winners of the 2010 Samsung Mobile AFI Awards is as follows:

SAMSUNG MOBILE AFI AWARD FOR BEST FILM
Animal Kingdom. Liz Watts.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTION
Animal Kingdom. David Michôd.

MACQUARIE AFI AWARD FOR BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Animal Kingdom. David Michôd.

MACQUARIE AFI AWARD FOR BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Tomorrow When The War Began. Stuart Beattie.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LEAD ACTOR
Ben Mendelsohn. Animal Kingdom.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LEAD ACTRESS
Jacki Weaver. Animal Kingdom.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Joel Edgerton. Animal Kingdom.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Deborah Mailman. Bran Nue Dae.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES
Rush, Season 3. John Edwards, Mimi Butler. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST TELEFEATURE, MINI SERIES OR SHORT RUN SERIES
Hawke. Richard Keddie. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTION IN TELEVISION
Hawke. Emma Freeman. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SCREENPLAY IN TELEVISION
Wilfred II – Episode 7, ‘Dog Star’. Jason Gann, Adam Zwar. SBS

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LEAD ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Richard Roxburgh. Hawke. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LEAD ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Catherine McClements. Tangle, Season 2. Showcase

AFI AWARD FOR BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Damien Garvey. Underbelly: The Golden Mile - Episode 10, ‘Hurt on Duty’. Nine Network

AFI AWARD FOR BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Deborah Mailman. Offspring. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY
Contact. Martin Butler, Bentley Dean. ABC1

AFI INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR
Sam Worthington. Avatar.

AFI INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS
Mia Wasikowska. Alice in Wonderland.

AFI YOUNG ACTOR AWARD
Harrison Gilbertson. Beneath Hill 60.

AFI RAYMOND LONGFORD AWARD
Reg Grundy

BYRON KENNEDY AWARD
Animal Logic. Presented to Zareh Nalbandian.

READERS’ CHOICE AWARD
Animal Kingdom. Liz Watts.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Bright Star. Greig Fraser.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST EDITING
Animal Kingdom. Luke Doolan.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SOUND
Tomorrow When The War Began. Andrew Plain, David Lee, Gethin Creagh, Robert Sullivan.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE
Animal Kingdom. Antony Partos, Sam Petty.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Bright Star. Janet Patterson.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST COSTUME DESIGN
Bright Star. Janet Patterson.

AFI MEMBERS’ CHOICE AWARD
Animal Kingdom. Liz Watts.

AFI VISUAL EFFECTS AWARD
Daybreakers. Peter Spierig, Michael Spierig, Rangi Sutton, James Rogers, Randy Vellacott.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST CHILDREN’S TELEVISION DRAMA
My Place. Penny Chapman. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST CHILDREN’S TELEVISION ANIMATION
dirtgirlworld. Cate McQuillen. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST TELEVISION COMEDY SERIES
Review With Myles Barlow, Season 2. Dean Bates. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION SERIES
The Gruen Transfer, Series 3. Andrew Denton, Anita Jacoby, Jon Casimir, Debbie Cuell. ABC1

AFI AWARD FOR BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TELEVISION COMEDY
Phil Lloyd. Review With Myles Barlow, Season 2. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN TELEVISION SCREEN CRAFT
Shaun Micallef. Talkin' ‘bout Your Generation, Host. Network Ten

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY UNDER ONE HOUR
You Only Live Twice - The Incredibly True Story Of The Hughes Family. Ruth Cullen. ABC1

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY SERIES
Liberal Rule - The Politics That Changed Australia. Nick Torrens, Frank Haines. SBS

AFI AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTION IN A DOCUMENTARY
Inside The Firestorm. Jacob Hickey. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN A DOCUMENTARY
Miracles - Episode 1, ‘Miracle in the Storm’. Toby Oliver ACS. ABC1

AFI AWARD FOR BEST EDITING IN A DOCUMENTARY
Inside The Firestorm. StevenRobinson. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SOUND IN A DOCUMENTARY
Inside The Firestorm. Jock Healy, Tristan Meredith, AJ Bradford. ABC

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SHORT ANIMATION
The Lost Thing. Sophie Byrne, Andrew Ruhemann, Shaun Tan.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FICTION FILM
The Kiss. Sonya Humphrey, Ashlee Page.

AFI AWARD FOR BEST SCREENPLAY IN A SHORT FILM
Deeper Than Yesterday. Ariel Kleiman.

AFI AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN SHORT FILM SCREEN CRAFT
Nick Matthews. The Kiss, Cinematography.

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