ZOE PEPPER WINS AUSTRALIAN DIRECTORS' GUILD (ADG) AWARD FOR THE BIG SPAGHETTI

 
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Zoe Pepper has won the 2019 Australian Directors Guild (ADG) Award for Best Direction in an Online Comedy Series for our gender-bending and genre-bending web series, The Big Spaghetti, following its international premiere at Slamdance Film Festival in Utah.

The annual Awards recognise excellence in the craft and art of directing, as well as acknowledge individual contributions by Australian Screen Directors to film, television, documentary, animation and interactive media. The ADG Awards are the only opportunity for Australian directors and their work to be acknowledged by their directing peers.

Zoe attended the Awards Ceremony and Gala dinner at the City Recital Hall and Ivy Ballroom in Sydney last night, alongside fellow winners including Warwick Thornton for Sweet Country, Rachel Perkins for Mystery Road and Jeffrey Walker for Riot.

Best Direction in an Online Comedy Series

  • Zoe Pepper for The Big Spaghetti - WINNER

  • Corrie Chen for Homecoming Queens

  • Sophie Hyde for Fucking Adelaide

  • Nina Oyama for The Angus Project

  • Henry Stone for Be Your Own Boss

CONGRATULATIONS ZOE!

Check out the complete list of winners on the Sydney Morning Herald here.