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AWGIE Awards

The AWGIE Awards is an annual awards ceremony conducted by the Australian Writers' Guild, for excellence in screen, television, stage and radio writing. The awards began in 1967.

The awards are judged by over 50 writers, most of whom are previous award winners themselves. They receive no payment for their role as judges. The judges sign a confidentiality agreement, stating that they will not disclose to anyone that they are members of the judging panel.

Contents

  • Award categories 1
    • Major AWGIE 1.1
    • Feature Film 1.2
    • Short Film 1.3
    • Television 1.4
    • Children's Television 1.5
    • Comedy 1.6
    • Theatre 1.7
    • Radio 1.8
    • Interactive Media 1.9
    • Animation 1.10
    • Documentary 1.11
    • Monte Miller Award for an unproduced script by an Associate Member 1.12
  • Notable winners 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Award categories

Notable winners

  • Richard Lane - won four AWGIES. The Richard Lane Award has been awarded annually since 1988 for an outstanding contribution to the Guild.
  • Cliff Green - Medal of the Order of Australia (June 2009)
  • Geoffrey Atherden - Member of the Order Of Australia (Jan 2009)

References

  1. ^ 2014 AWGIE Awards Entry Form Australian Writers Guild. Retrieved on 4 May 2014

External links

  • Awgie Awards website



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