AACTA Awards Red Carpet 2014

Posted By on February 9, 2014 in People, Red Carpets | 0 comments

AACTA Awards Red Carpet 2014


AACTA Awards 2014


The third annual AACTA Awards were held in Sydney recently and I covered the red carpet. the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards are Australia’s equivalent of the Oscars and the BAFTAs.

Each year the AACTA Awards see practitioners from a broad cross-section of crafts come together to be recognised and awarded for outstanding work within their fields, and in recognition for their contribution to the Australian film, television, documentary and short film production industries.

The AACTA Awards are determined by accredited screen professionals, who are members of the Australian Academy, through an annual voting process, marking the highest screen accolade in Australia.

Various Australian actors walked the red carpet at The Star on 30 January 2014. The main star of the event was Cate Blanchett who is buzzing around the Awards circuit at the moment and is seen to be a front runner to win the Best Actress Oscar this year.

Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush is the AACTA President walked the red carpet as well and had a great time joking with many of his friends at the event.

Lara Bingle and Sam Worthington made their red carpet debut at the event and Delta Goodrem wowed in a Michael Costello gown.

The guests:

Cate Blanchette, Geoffrey Rush, Delta Goodrem, Sam Worthington & Lara Bingle, Baz Luhrmann & Catherine Martin, Elizabeth Debicki, Rachel Griffiths, Jacki Weaver, Natalie Bassingthwaithe, Bindi Irwin, Deborah Hutton and many more.

The photos:


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