Australian Academy Awards: 'The Artist', Streep, Dujardin, Hazanavicius All Winners

Los Angeles, CA – The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts announced the winners of its newly launched AACTA International Awards recognizing International Achievements in Film tonight by AACTA President, Geoffrey Rush, at an intimate awards Ceremony at Soho House. The Artist was awarded Best Film for producer Thomas Langmann, and Best Direction for French director Michel Hazanavicius. The film’s lead actor, Jean Dujardin, was awarded Best Actor. Meryl Streep was awarded the AACTA International Award for Best Actress for her role in The Iron Lady. The award for Best Screenplay had two joint winners after jury voting was tied in this category: the adapted screenplay from The Ides of March for George Clooney, Grant Heslov and Beau Willimon, and the original screenplay from Margin Call for first time writer and director J.C. Chandor.

  1. Im honestly confused if I saw the same movie because I don’t see why the artist is getting universally praised

  2. I loved The Artist. It was original story telling, a fond nod to the past, beautifully directed and acted… truly a great night at the movies.

    I can understand some wouldn’t like it… no crashes, no special effects, no bombastic alien invasions, no violence… no big name celebrity cast… and of course, no dialog. One had to pay attention and watch the story unfold, without explanations as to what was happening. How very French.

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