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THE WINNERS of the Far South Film Festival 2023 were announced this evening at the Awards Ceremony at The Twyford in Merimbula!
  • Funhouse Studio and Screenworks Diversity Award:
    From Corrimal NSW, MINE MINE MINE written, produced & performed by Heath Ramsay, Director Duncan Ragg, Producers Anna Phillips & Rebecca Lamond.
  • JD Shaw – Author Best Youth Film Award:
    From Port Macquarie NSW: MOTHER OF SORROWS by Writer/Director/Producer & Cinematographer 17 year old Lachlan Reck
    Lachlan also receives a Screenworks membership for 1 year
  • Torchlight Media Best Editor Award:
    Nolan Verheij & Hadley Ian Perkins for MURPHED from Byron Bay NSW.
  • Indigo Pictures Award for Best Sound:
    River Walker and Composer Edan Agam Rom for BANGAY LORE from Mullumbimby NSW
  • Indigo Pictures Award for Best Cinematography:
    Cinematographers Andrew Kaineder & Ryan Lee from Mollymook/Wollongong NSW
  • Bega Valley Ag and Lifestyle Award for Best Use of A Regional Location: CHUM. Director Jason King from Broken Hill and Producer John Larkin from Dubbo NSW.
  • StageFlight Best Screenplay Award:
    Writer Eliza South from Broken Hill for CHUM
  • Nullarbor Consulting Pty Ltd Award for Best Performance
    Jahvis Loveday for his lead performance in BANGAY LORE.
  • Bega Cheese Best Documentary Award
    Writer/Director/Producer Simone Atallah from Urunga NSW
  • Cathy Griff for Philip Hearnshaw Best Director Award:
    Hadley Ian Perkins from Byron Bay for MURPHED.
  • Bendigo Community Bank Pambula, Bega & Bombala Award for Best Film: BANGAY LORE. Writer, Director, Producer, Actor and Editor: Jahvis Loveday from Mullumbimby NSW, Co-Director Kiahma O’Donovan, Cinematographer Dylan Lalor.
  • Far South Film People’s Choice Award with 27% of the audience vote: MINE MINE MINE written & produced by Heath Ramsay, directed by Duncan Ragg.