FUJINON FUJIFILM proudly presents the 52nd Annual ACS National Awards for Cinematography - Adelaide 7 May 2022
2021 ACS National Awards for Cinematography
The 2021 National Awards were held on May 1 at the National Gallery in Canberra, following a weekend of events that included a screening and Q and A of “Higher Ground”, a Rosco- Leitz pub night, a meet the nominees event, Fixafilm’s film restoration presentation and ARRI Australia’s afterparty.
2021 National Awards for Cinematography Winners Announced
Watch the 2021 National Awards for Cinematography Ceremony
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The Gold Award winners from the 2020 State & Territory Awards for Cinematography will compete for Gold Tripods and Awards of Distinction in most categories except for the CineKids and Student categories where Gold Plaques are awarded.
The highly respected Milli Award for the Australian Cinematographer of the Year will be selected from the National Gold Tripod winners.
About the Awards
Entries for the National Awards are automatically determined from the Gold winners at the individual State & Territory Awards, held in November the preceding year. Direct entry is not available into the National Awards. Only current financial members of the Society are eligible to enter into the State & Territory awards and must remain financial members at the time of National Awards’ judging.
The Gold Tripod
the highest award given in each category. A runner up may receive an Award of Distinction. Only one Gold Tripod and one Award of Distinction may be awarded in each category.
All of the Gold Tripod Winners are then reconsidered to determine the winner of the Milli Award for ACS Australian Cinematographer of the Year.
The National Awards are held on a rotational basis between the States of NSW, Queensland, Victoria and South Australia. On special occasions the National Awards may be held in one of the other States or Territories.