The shortlist for the 61st Annual Rose d’Or Awards was announced overnight with ten ABC programs shortlisted for the awards, the most of any Australian network.
The prestigious Rose d’Or awards recognize excellence and achievement in the making of international television and audio programs.
Engage the ABC Arts program, The exhibitionists (Northern Pictures) is shortlisted in the Arts category with the award-winning documentary AACTA My name is Gulpilil (Vertigo Productions/ABCG Film/Visit Films).
Season 2 of the highly acclaimed comedy series Frayed and recent anthology series Summer Love (Gristmill/Kinetic/Red Arrow) are shortlisted in the Comedy, Drama and Sitcom category with the Federal Election program Gruen Nation (CJZ) shortlisted in the Comedy category.
ABC’s strong drama offering saw three programs shortlisted in the Drama category, with Mystery Route: Origin (Bunya Productions/All3Media International), The newsreader (Werner Film Productions/Entertainment One) and Total control (Blackfella Films/All3Media International) adding to the impressive streak of awards for our drama programming.
The most recent adaptation of the Old People’s Home series, Retirement home for teenagers (Endemol Shine Australia/Red Arrow Studios International) is shortlisted under Reality and Factual Entertainment and returns favorite Chips and stains is shortlisted in the Studio Entertainment category.
Jennifer Collins, acting director of entertainment and ABC pundit, said “I am always thrilled to see ABC’s programs recognized and to have so many honored on the world stage is a testament to the high quality of our content offering. Congratulations to everyone who has helped bring these incredible productions to our audience. . »
Recent ABC Rose d’Or winners include ABC documentary Firestarter: The Bangarra Story and the ABC ME series First day.
The winners of the 61st edition of the Rose d’Or will be announced at a ceremony on 28 November.
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