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4th AACTA Awards | 26 – 29 January 2015, Sydney

The 4th AACTA Awards will see Australia’s top film and television performers and practitioners come together with screen fans for a week of events in Sydney in January 2015.

AACTA has announced that its two major awards events - the AACTA Awards Luncheon and the AACTA Awards Ceremony - will be complemented with a new suite of ‘Meet the Makers’ events for the 4th AACTA Awards, forming a week of screen events and celebrations. AFI | AACTA ScreenWeek, 26 - 29 January 2015, aims to connect screen craft practitioners, professionals and screen enthusiasts for insights into productions nominated for the 4th AACTA Awards, and discussion around industry trends and topics.

The 4th AACTA Awards Luncheon presented by Deluxe will be held at The Star on Tuesday 27 January 2015. This event is dedicated to spotlighting Australian screen craft excellence, and has quickly become one of the Australian industry’s favourite annual events.

The 4th AACTA Awards Ceremony - AACTA’s flagship event - will be held at The Star on Thursday 29 January 2015. The Ceremony will be telecast at the primetime of 8:30pm on Network Ten, connecting more than 1 million viewers with Australia’s best performers, practitioners and productions. It will also have an encore screening on Foxtel’s Arena channel.

The AACTA Awards are Australia’s biggest celebration of screen, attracting more than 2,000 screen professionals and enthusiasts to Sydney each year, and seeing Australia’s outstanding screen talent head home from Hollywood to honour their peers.

Tickets for the 4th AACTA Awards will go on sale in November 2014.

The AFI | AACTA ScreenWeek program will be announced later in 2014.

Members' Events

AFI | AACTA holds exclusive and complimentary year-round member events for AFI members (open to all) and AACTA members (screen professionals).

Our members’ events program includes regular preview screenings of Australian films, often with introductions and Q&As with filmmakers, performers and screen practitioners.

The program also features Australian classics, international films featuring Australian talent and content, and forums with those working in Australian television.

In 2014, the program is available in Sydney and Melbourne, whilst members in other states are offered in-season passes and pop-up events where possible. We hope to grow our program in all states soon.

AFI | AACTA thanks all participating filmmakers and distributors for their support in making this program available to our members.

For more information on membership, including a full list of member benefits, and to join, please see our membership page.