Tickets for the 2020 Australian Directors’ Guild Awards are now on sale
The Australian Directors’ Guild is set to honour, recognise and celebrate screen excellence by directors over the past year at its annual ADG Awards to be held in Sydney on May 11.
Tickets to the Awards are now on sale and directors also have a final opportunity to enter their work for Awards consideration. The ADG has announced an extended submission, now closing at 5pm on 3 March (To submit, go to: https://adg.awardsplatform.com).
The ADG also announced today a significant new sponsorship by Panavision. Panavision will present prizes for two awards this year. The winner of Best Direction in a Short Film will receive a $5,000 Camera Package.
The winner of Best Direction in a Feature Film made under $1 million will receive a $10,000 Camera Package.
ADG Executive Director Diana Burnett said: “We want to thank Panavision for their generous contribution to our Australian Directors through the 2020 awards season. These two prizes are especially meaningful to our emerging directors.”
National TVC Marketing Manager Nic Godoy: “Panavision is honoured to support Australian Directors and emerging filmmakers. We value the importance of a healthy sustainable industry, and we thank the ADG for its role in helping Directors and for supporting our shared values.”
This year the Awards Ceremony returns to Sydney’s iconic City Recital Hall and will be followed by a Gala Dinner at the Ivy Ballroom. There are several ticketing options available.
Gala table bookings are available – 10 person minimum, $1500
ADG Members FREE Admission (RSVP is essential)
Students FREE Admission (RSVP is essential)
General Admission $50
PRESENTATION CEREMONY & GALA DINNER
ADG Members $150 (Use Membership no. to apply your discount)
ASDACS, other screen guilds members & students $175
General Admission $200
Tickets are available here: https://2020australiandirectorsguildawards.eventbrite.com.au
The ADG Awards recognise excellence in the craft and art of directing, as well as honouring individual contributions by Australian screen directors to the screen industry. The Awards are the only opportunity for Australian directors and their work to be acknowledged by their directing peers. The Awards cover the breadth of screen directing with categories across feature film, documentary, television, subscription video on demand, commercial, short film, animation, online, music video and interactive media.
For all ADG Awards enquiries:
Chantelle Von Appen – [email protected]