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26th WASAs

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by Douglas Sutherland-Bruce (subscribe)
Douglas has been a professional food writer since 1986. He is also an award-winning actor and director in Community Theatre and has been for many years. His blog may be found at: www.urbaneguerilla.wordpress.com
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All the glitz and glamour of WA' film industry
The WA Screen Awards (WASAs) is the annual celebration of best Australian film industry, rewarding excellence in film - feature, short, web series, music videos, television production, documentary and games.

WASA, FTI, Award Ceremony
A still from Factory 293, nominated for Best Short Film at the26th WASA's (Photo courtesy FTI)

The host of the 2014 ceremony will be Claire Hooper at the Heath Ledger Theatre in the State Theatre Centre on Monday 14 July 2014.

This will be a fitting end to the Revelation Perth International Film Festival.

A spokesperson has said, "The event will feature over 500 film industry leaders, Western Australian screen practitioners, media, sponsors and government officials all coming together to celebrate the very best in West Australian screen production."

The Film and Television Institute received a grand total of 448 entries from 172 entrants across 143 screen projects.

WASA, FTI, Award Ceremony
A still from Infected Paradise, nominated for Best Feature Film - Drama at the 26th WASA's (Photo courtesy FTI)

This year's most-nominated film is The Fan (directed by Antony Webb, written by and starring Ben Sutton and produced by Emilia Jolakoska) which received a total of nine nominations.

The nominees for the prestigious Central Institute of Technology Young Filmmaker of the Year award for 2014 are producer/editor Jess Black, producer/director Lauren Brunswick, writer/director/producer Hayden Fortesque and writer/director Daniel Monk.

Paul Bodlovich, CEO of FTI says, "As well as being an opportunity to celebrate the diverse achievements of the WA Screen Sector, the WASAs are an opportunity for all emerging, aspiring and professional screen artists to come together
and connect as a community."

A full listing of all nominees may be found on-line here.

Tickets cost $90 and are now on sale at TicketTek.

The Heath Ledger Theatre is at 174 William Sreett, Perth.
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Where: Heath Ledger Theatre, 182 William Street, Perth
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