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Australian Film Institute Award for Best Television Documentary

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Australian Film Institute Award for Best Television Documentary

The Australian Film Institute Award for Best Television Documentary is an award that was handed out to producers annually between 1990 and 1997 by the Australian Film Institute. In 1998, this Award was replaced equivalent Awards in the non-feature film category including Australian Film Institute Award for Best Feature Length Documentary, Australian Film Institute Award for Best Documentary Under One Hour and Australian Film Institute Award for Best Direction in a Documentary.[1][2]

Year Winner Recipient(s) Network Other nominees
1990 In search of Dr Mabuse Varcha Sidwell ABC TV
1991 Guns and Roses John Moore
Helen Bowman
1992 Cop it sweet Jenny Brockie ABC TV
1993 Who killed Malcolm Smith? Nicholas Adler
Caroline Sherwood
1994 So help me God Jenny Brockie ABC TV
1995 Untold Desires Eva Orner
Sarah Stevens
SBS TV
1996 The Hillman Tony Wright SBS TV
1997 Dhuway Lew Griffiths
Noel Pearson
No other nominees

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References

  1. ^ [Australian Film Institute] "AFI Award Winners Feature Categories 1958-2009"]. 2009. Retrieved 3 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "Television categories 1986 - 2009".  
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