Outstanding Achievement in Dance on Film or New Media

  1. 2016: Meryl Tankard

    For an intimate and uplifting film about Meryl Tankard’s long-time friend and colleague Michelle…

  2. 2015: Claire Marshall

    For a bold and engaging collaboration of dance and music with wonderful choreography and outstanding…

  3. 2014: Sue Healey

    For a provocative performance installation that reveals a refined and intelligent gift for translating…

  4. 2013: Sue Healey

    For a ground-breaking and inspirational feature-length documentary with stunning cinematography and…

  5. 2012: Bryan Mason & Sophie Hyde

    For a beautifully crafted and moving film that not only captures the beauty and essence of Tanja Liedtke,…

  6. 2009: Chris Scherer

    For incorporating visually stunning imagery, refined body movement, sharp camera work, an original…

  7. 2008: Sue Healey

    Will Time Tell is not only superbly choreographed and directed, but beautifully filmed and…

  8. 2006: Sam James and Julie-Anne Long

    Nun’s Night Out is a brilliant collaboration between filmmaker, choreographer and an ensemble…

  9. 2005: Gina Czarnecki and Garry Stewart

    Gina and Garry combine bodies, choreography and film to make a poetic, moving digital sculpture “……

  10. 2004: Cordelia Beresford and Narelle Benjamin

    Filmmaker/director, Cordelia and dancer/choreographer, Narelle collaborate to present dark psychological…

  11. 2003: Sue Healey

    As part of a series titled Niche, devoted to exploring choreographed bodies in a variety of spaces,…

  12. 2001: Michelle Potter and Sally Jackson

    With both professional footage and rare home movie material from the collections at ScreenSound Australia,…

  13. 2000: Sandra Parker and Margie Medlin

    Visceral and visual, the film interchanges the eye of the dancer with the eye of the camera, creating…

  14. 1999: Cordelia Beresford with Solon Ulbrich & Narelle Benjamin

    Cordelia has a startling ability to direct her players and dancers to transmit great emotion through…