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The Victorian projects that swept the 2022 TV Week Logies

Events / Film & TV  23 Jun 2022

Image from VicScreen-supported ABC series, The Newsreader. It features Anna Torv and Sam Reid.

 

After a long three-year absence, the 2022 TV Week Logie Awards returned this week in full force to celebrate the best of Australian television. This year, Victorian projects and talent appeared to take centre stage, with multiple nominations and award-winners gaining national recognition.

Amongst the line-up was a handful of VicScreen-supported projects. From the hilarious dry quips of Kitty Flanagan's Fisk to the exquisite cutthroat drama of '80s-infused The Newsreader, it was a fantastic celebration of local industry doing what they do best. Check out the full list of VicScreen-backed projects below. 

Fires (ABC)

  • Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie WINNER
  • Most Outstanding Actor WINNER: Richard Roxburgh
  • Most Outstanding Actress Nominee: Miranda Otto

Fisk (ABC)

  • Most Popular Actress WINNER: Kitty Flanagan 
  • Most Popular Comedy Program Nominee

Jack Irish (ABC)

  • Most Popular Actor WINNER: Guy Pearce

Little J & Big Cuz (NITV and ABC) 

  • Most Outstanding Children's Program Nominee

 

Heather Mitchell and Hugo Weaving on an elevator in Love Me (Binge and Foxtel). Photography by Sarah Enticknap.

Love Me (BINGE and FOXTEL)

  • Most Outstanding Supporting Actress WINNER: Heather Mitchell
  • Most Popular Actor Nominee: Hugo Weaving
  • Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent Nominee: Will Lodder
  • Most Popular Drama Program Nominee
  • Most Outstanding Drama Series Nominee
  • Most Outstanding Actor Nominee: Hugo Weaving 

New Gold Mountain (SBS)

  • Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie Nominee
  • Most Outstanding Supporting Actress Nominee: Mabel Li

The Newsreader (ABC)

  • Most Outstanding Drama Series Nominee WINNER
  • Most Outstanding Actress WINNER: Anna Torv
  • Most Popular Actress Nominee: Anna Torv 
  • Most Popular Drama Program Nominee
  • Most Outstanding Actor Nominee: Sam Reid
  • Most Outstanding Supporting Actor Nominee: William McInnes

Wentworth (FOXTEL)

  • Most Popular Actor Nominee: Bernard Curry
  • Most Outstanding Drama Series Nominee
  • Most Outstanding Supporting Actress Nominee: Katrina Milosevic