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Jameson IF Awards 2011 Sydney

  • IF Awards 2011: 16 November

14 November 2011 IF Film Awards 2011 latest news

‘Lady’ Julia Morris to turn the tables on the celebrities parading the red carpet by asking the questions at the 2011 IF Jameson Awards Sydney

Julia Morris knows how to handle a tough question or two after being in the boardroom with Mark Bouris in Celebrity Apprentice. On the 16th November, Julia will be on the otherside of the microphone as she takes to the Red Carpet at the Jameson IF Awards Sydney to interview some of the who’s who of the Australian film and television industry.With today’s TV stars tomorrow’s film stars, it’s no surprise that the Jameson IF Awards Sydney have embraced the personalities of the small screens for this year’s ceremony. Having introduced two television categories in last year’s awards, it is pertinent that the awards engage the people behind the characters from our nation’s favourite locally-produced television programs.

Daniel Macpherson, Zoe Ventoura, Don Hany, DanielleCormack and Blake Davis will make their IF Awards on-stage debut at the 2011 Jameson IF Awards Sydney. They will be joined by Justine Clarke and Ryan Corr, who will return to Australia’s only people’s choice film awards as presenters this year.

The stars of Australia’s newest hit drama Wild Boys,Daniel Macpherson and Zoe Ventoura will present an award this year to recognise their peers in the television and film industry. Macpherson, also in acclaimed Australian film The Cup only released in cinemas this month, is locally one of our country’s most recognisable faces on the small and big screen.

Having walked the red carpet in 2009 at Luna Park, DonHany will return to the iconic spot present at the 2011 Jameson IF Awards Sydney. Labelled as Australia’s own ‘Dr McDreamy’, Hany is well known on the small screen for his television roles including Offspring, Tangle, East West 101 and Underbelly where he joined a stellar Australian cast.

Ryan Corr’s list of television credits is impressive at age 22 but it was his role in Packed to the Rafters which propelled him into the hearts of viewers. Last year, Corr won the Out of the Box IF Award, an award introduced in 2010 to recognise our country’s next big things in film and this year he will return to the IF Awards to present. A great IF prediction, Corr is set to star alongside Aussie heartthrob Ryan Kwanten in Not Suitable For Children next year.

 “So excited to be hosting the Red Carpet for the Jameson IF Awards….I may explode being surrounded by so much talent. I will be trying to touch Todd Lasance at every available opportunity.”  Julia Morris.

With talent such as Xavier Samuel, Richard Roxburgh, Callan McAuliffe, Sophie Lowe, David Wenham, Ronan Keating, Michael Dorman, Morgana Davies, Stephen Curry, Catherine McClements and Natalie Bassingthwaite confirmed to present on the night, it is sure to be an entertaining evening with Julia leading the red carpet banter.

Purchase your tickets to attend the awards at www.ifawards.com.au for the unique opportunity to watch as the action unfolds, be entertained by Tim Freedman and The Idle’s musical performance and mingle with the stars at the Jameson After Party held at Luna Park’s Crystal Palace. A highlight in Sydney’s cultural calendar, the Jameson IF Awards are passionate about supporting the Australian film industry.

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9 November 2011 IF Film Awards 2011 latest news

The IF Awards have always been a highlight in the cultural calendar with some of the most well-known, talented film stars walking the red carpet and presenting on the night. The 2011 Jameson IF Awards Sydney are no different with the announcement that Callan McAuliffe, Richard Roxburgh, David Wenham, Sophie Lowe and Dan Wyllie will be joining Xavier Samuel as presenters on the evening. 

At just sixteen years old, Callan McAuliffe has already been tipped as the actor to watch with the young Australian having already made his way onto the US screens in the film I am Number Four. Currently filming the Baz Luhrmann epic, The Great Gatsby, as the role of young Gatsby, McAuliffe is also due to star in the film Paradise Lost alongside Bradley Cooper, Camilla Belle and Casey Affleck.

David Wenham, Best Actor nominee for his role in Oranges and Sunshine, will be joining the Jameson IF Awards Sydney on the 16th November. Wenham has been a house hold name since he appeared in the TV series Sea Change. Since then, he has gone on to star in blockbuster movies such as The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, 300, Australia and Public Enemies alongside Johnny Depp. Wenham previously won the IF Award for Best Actor in 2003 for his role in the film Gettin’ Squared.

Wenham says of this year’s IF Award nominations for Oranges and Sunshine, “It’s been a wonderful year for Australian film both artistically and at the box office. I am extremely proud to have been involved with Oranges and Sunshine, a beautifully crafted film that deals with a disturbing episode in Australia’s history. To have the film recognised by the film going public in so many categories for the IF awards is very pleasing for all involved.”

Film veteran, Richard Roxburgh is well known for playing a villain or two in his career. The actor has starred in many well known films including Moulin Rouge!, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Van Helsin, Matching Jack and the Jameson IF Awards nominated film, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole.

Joining Richard as a presenter on the night is fellow Sanctum cast member Dan Wyllie. Wyllie has starred in some of Australia’s most iconic films including Muriel’s Wedding, Romper Stomper, Chopper and Animal Kingdom. A multi-talented actor, Wyllie’s credits also include stage and television series such as Underbelly, Love My Way, Wilfred and Tangle.

Moving from England to Australia when she was 10 years old, Sophie Lowe has never been one to shy away from challenging roles. The young actress has shown off her acting skills in films such as Beautiful Kate, Road Train, Blame and more recently the compelling TV series, The Slap.

The Jameson IF Awards Sydney are excited to welcome some of Australia’s most talented actors from the big screen to the stage this year.

Held at Sydney’s harbourside Luna Park on Wednesday 16th November, the Jameson IF Awards Sydney will be hosted by the star of stage and screen, Eddie Perfect. The Jameson IF Awards Sydney offer the general public the unique opportunity to attend the awards and mingle with some of the most influential people in Australian film.

Tickets are on sale for guests to enjoy pre-show cocktails, and then fabulous food and drinks after they watch the awards unfold and are entertained by one of Australia’s top musical acts. For over 18-years-old only, purchase your ticket now at www.ifawards.com.

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