FILM CRITICS' CIRCLE OF AUSTRALIA PICKS 'WHITELEY'

Australia's national professional body of film critics and film journalists voted for WHITELEY as 2018's Best Feature Documentary (presented in partnership with the National Film and Sound Archive). The prestigious FCCA Annual Awards for Australian Film are voted on by all FCCA members and constitute a significant indicator of a film’s success. They are Australia’s truly independent film awards, voted on solely by film critics, not by the industry or by a section of the filmgoing public. The FCCA's aims are: to promote excellence and integrity in the art of film criticism; to support the advancement of Australian and international film culture;  and to recognise outstanding achievement in Australian film through the Annual Awards presentation. WHITELEY's producer Sue Clothier and producer/director James Bogle give their thanks to the FCCA and to everyone involved with the making of the documentary. 

 WHITELEY's co-producer Peta Ayers and producer Sue Clothier with the Film Critics' Circle of Australia award statuette. Photo care of the  FCCA . 

WHITELEY's co-producer Peta Ayers and producer Sue Clothier with the Film Critics' Circle of Australia award statuette. Photo care of the FCCA