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Western Australian productions have been nominated 19 times for the 2017 SAE ATOM Awards across 13 Categories.

The SAE ATOM awards celebrate the best Australian and New Zealand screen content, and this year marks the 35th anniversary of the event.

Winners will be announced at the Tertiary & Industry Awards Night in Melbourne on Thursday, 30 November 2017.

Screenwest would like to congratulate everyone nominated and wish them the best of luck!

The full list of Western Australian nominees are below:

Best Fiction Feature Film – HOUNDS OF LOVE
Best Short Fiction (50 Minutes or Less) – BLIGHT
Best Short Fiction (50 Minutes or Less) – NOBODY’S CHILD

Best Factual Television Series – FAMILY RULES SERIES 1
Best Factual Television Series – ISLANDS OF AUSTRALIA
Best Documentary – Arts – ONE SHOT: AN IMAGE AND AN ATTITUDE
Best Documentary – Biography – ONE SHOT: AN IMAGE AND AN ATTITUDE
Best Documentary – Biography – WHO FLEW FIRST: CHALLENGING THE WRIGHT BROTHERS
Best Documentary – History – WHO FLEW FIRST: CHALLENGING THE WRIGHT BROTHERS
Best Documentary – Science, Technology & the Environment – WHO FLEW FIRST: CHALLENGING THE WRIGHT BROTHERS
Best Documentary – Social & Political Issues – IS AUSTRALIA RACIST?
Best Documentary – Social & Political Issues – TESTING TEACHERS
Best Documentary – Short Form (30 minutes or less) – FROM THE WESTERN FRONTIER: OWNING YOUR HISTORY
Best Documentary – General – ONE SHOT: AN IMAGE AND AN ATTITUDE
Best Indigenous Video or Website – FAMILY RULES SERIES 1

Best Documentary – History – HEART COMING HOME (Curtin University)
Best Indigenous Video or Website – HEART COMING HOME (Curtin University)
Best Tertiary Documentary – DEIGHTIES (WA Screen Academy / Edith Cowan University)
Best Educational Game – WRECK (WA Screen Academy / Edith Cowan University)

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Posted 07 September

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