Foxtel Arts Broadcast 7Th AACTA International Awards

(Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images for AFI) Tianna Sansbury Phillip Noyce

BROADCAST EXCLUSIVELY ON FOXTEL ARTS
Sunday January 7 at 8.30pm

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts announces star-studded line-up of presenters and attendees for the
7th AACTA International Awards

Foxtel Arts, Foxtel’s High Definition dedicated arts channel, is proud to exclusively broadcast the 7th AACTA International Awards on Sunday January 7 at 8.30pm followed by encores on Monday January 8 at 6pm and Wednesday January 10 at 7.30pm.

Foxtel Arts is the home to awards shows including Broadway’s coveted Tony Awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards® broadcast live and in HD. Foxtel Arts continues to support and participate in Australia’s creative industries and arts organisations and as part of this role the channel is proud to add the 7th AACTA International Awards to the prestigious list of awards broadcast, with winners being announced in Los Angeles on Friday 5 January at an exclusive ceremony held at The Avalon Hollywood.

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA), has announced the star-studded line-up of presenters and attendees of the 7th AACTA International Awards. Nominees attending include actors Hugh Jackman (LOGAN), Nicole Kidman (THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER), Gary Oldman (DARKEST HOUR) and Abbie Cornish (THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI).

Hosted by Hugh Sheridan, the Ceremony will see some of Australia’s top names in film and television take to the stage to present, including: Jai Courtney, Ruby Rose, Daniel MacPherson, Josh Lawson, Mallory Jansen, Liam McIntyre, Josh Thomas, and Longford Lyell Award recipient Phillip Noyce.

Other Australian screen stars attending include: Radha Mitchell, Bojana Novakovic, Samara Weaving, Jonathan LaPaglia, Joel Jackson, Kieran Darcy-Smith, Kassandra Clementi, Felicity Price, Brett Tucker, Simone Kessell, Grant Bowler, Ben Lewin, Adam Zwar and Luke Doolan.

The 7th AACTA International Awards will be broadcast in Australia exclusively on Foxtel Arts on Sunday January 7 at 8.30pm, with encores on Monday January 8 at 6pm and Wednesday January 10 at 7:30pm. Following its broadcast on Foxtel Arts, the 7th AACTA International Awards will be available to watch from Foxtel’s on demand library on internet enabled iQ set top boxes.






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