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Drifting Clouds Award winners 2005

Official Award Winners

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The John O'Shea Award for Best NZ FILM has been awarded to Aucklander Welby Ings. The award is worth $23,000 dollars worth of 35mm film resources, the biggest film festival prize offered in New Zealand.

This years jury panel included world renowned cinematographer Michael Seresin and Hollywood film director Harold Becker. Welby Ings also scooped Best Art Direction, Best Director and Best Editing.

1. Achievement for performance by an actor Riley Brophy 'Rock'
2. Achievement In Editing Chris Burt 'No Ordinary Sun'
3. Achievement in Art Direction Welby Ings 'Boy'
4. Achievement in Cinematography Adam Clarke 'Rock'.
5. Achievement for performance by an Actress Danielle Cormack 'Together'
6. Achievement in Editing Bella Erikson 'Boy'
7. Achievement in Scriptwriting Felicity Morgan -Rhind Together
8. Achievement for Best director Welby Ings 'Boy'
9. John O'Shea Award for Best NZ Film Welby Ings 'Boy'
10. Golden Dragon Award Best International Film 2005 'Splintered'
directed by Peter Templeman

'Boy' has also been nominated for an "Oscar'.

ENDS

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