ABC, SBS win ATOM Awards.

By David Knox on November 23, 2012 / Filed Under News 0

ABC and SBS have both been awarded at The ATOM Awards, the Australian Teachers of Media’s annual prizes in the study of media.

The event was hosted by Brian Nankervis in Melbourne this week.

ABC won for Australia: The Time Traveller’s Guide, My Place, Dancing Down Under and The Last Race.

SBS picked up three ATOM Awards for The Tall Man, Go Back To Where You Came From and Once Upon a Time in Cabramatta.

TV and related winners:

BEST SHORT FICTION
The Last Race, Jeremy Cumpston

BEST INDIGENOUS RESOURCE
Language of Belonging, Australian Children’s Television Foundation

BEST FACTUAL TELEVISION SERIES
Once Upon a Time in Cabramatta,
Fredbird Entertainment & Northern Pictures

BEST PRIMARY EDUCATION RESOURCE
Language of Belonging, Australian Children’s Television Foundation

BEST SECONDARY EDUCATION RESOURCE
Tagged, Australian Communications and Media Authority

BEST CHILDREN’S FACTUAL TELEVISION PROGRAM
Dancing Down Under, Wild Fury Pty Ltd.

BEST CHILDREN’S FICTION TELEVISION PROGRAM
My Place series 2, Matchbox Pictures

BEST DOCUMENTARY HISTORY, SOCIAL & POLITICAL ISSUES
Go Back To Where You Came From series 1, Cordell Jigsaw Productions

BEST DOCUMENTARY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & THE ENVIRONMENT
Australia: The Time Traveller’s Guide,
Richard Smith & Chris Hilton, Essential Media & Entertainment

BEST DOCUMENTARY GENERAL
The Tall Man, Blackfella Films, Tony Krawitz & Darren Dale

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