AFI | AACTA holds a variety of events throughout the year with the aim of connecting members and audiences with great Australian film and television productions and the talented people who make them.
Most events are exclusive to AFI | AACTA members – another great reason to become a member.
AFI membership is open to all screen enthusiasts, film students and emerging film practitioners.
AACTA membership is open to those working within the screen industry, and is granted through an accreditation process.
3rd AACTA Awards - Tickets On Sale Now
The 3rd AACTA Awards Ceremony & Official After Party is Australia's most exciting and glamorous screen awards experience.
See leading actors, directors and producers walk the red carpet, coming together to honour the work of colleagues and celebrate Australia's most prestigious screen accolades.
The red carpet is replaced by a red hot dance floor at the Official After Party. Award winners, performers and practitioners are invited to dine on canapés, enjoy complimentary drinks, DJs and dance the night away.
The last AACTA Awards Ceremony saw Australia's four acting Oscar winners - AACTA Awards host Russell Crowe, AACTA President Geoffrey Rush, Ambassador Cate Blanchett and Nicole Kidman - on stage together for the first time amongst a star-studded array of presenters. The upcoming AACTA Awards are all set to welcome a host of new exciting and talented guests onto the awards stage!
The 3rd AACTA Awards Luncheon presented by Deluxe is a three course luncheon honouring screen craft excellence. The luncheon will see a variety of film and television awards presented by celebrated performers and practitioners.
Both events will be held at The Star Event Centre, Sydney in January 2014.
Tickets to these events are open to the public as well as those working in the film and television industry. Click the images below to find out more and to purchase tickets.
3rd AACTA Awards Screenings
9 – 30 October 2013
The best of Australian film from the last year will be on show at the AACTA Awards Screenings throughout October – a key component of the Australian screen awards season.
The AACTA Awards Screenings bring Australia’s leading screen professionals and screen enthusiasts together to discuss and judge each of the films in competition for Australia’s highest screen accolade – an Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Award.
For more information about the 3rd AACTA Awards Screenings, click here.