‘Who The Bloody Hell Are We?’ nominated for 2024 AACTA Award
We’re stoked to announce that Chemical Media’s Australian history series Who The Bloody Hell Are We? (SBS) has been nominated for an Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Award for Best Factual Entertainment Program. The 2024 AACTA Awards will be announced in Surfers Paradise on 10 February 2024.
Who The Bloody Hell Are We?
Chemical Media is pleased to announce that its blockbuster new history series Who The Bloody Hell Are We? will screen on SBS from Wednesday 19 July. The three-part series features John Safran, Cal Wilson and Adam Liaw embarking on a journey into modern Australia’s multicultural past to uncover the stories that the history books left out. Who The Bloody Hell Are We? was produced with the support of Screen Australia and VicScreen.
‘Our African Roots’ Nominated For Asian TV Award
Chemical Media is delighted to announce that Our African Roots has been nominated for an Asian TV Award. The awards recognise programming and production excellence in the Asian television industry and will be announced in Singapore on 8 December, 2022. Our African Roots was co-produced and co-written with Santilla Chingaipe. It has been nominated in the Best Documentary (One-Off) category.
‘Our African Roots’ Wins Mipcom Diversify TV Award
We’re pleased to throw our hats in the air and announce that Our African Roots has been awarded a MIPCOM Diversify TV Award at the Grand Auditorium of the Palais des Festivals in Cannes. The Diversify TV Awards honour the best on-screen representations of gender, race, sexuality and disability across the global television industry. Our African Roots was the winner of the prize for Representation of Race and Ethnicity (Non-Scripted). Big thank you to Chris Irvine, Head of Commercial & Production at SBS, for accepting the award on Chemical Media’s and Santilla Chingaipe’s behalf.
‘Our African Roots’ Nominated For 3 Atom Awards
Chemical Media is thrilled that Our African Roots has been shortlisted for three 2022 ATOM Awards. The ATOM Awards celebrate film and media excellence in education and industry. Our African Roots was co-produced and co-written with Santilla Chingaipe. It is a finalist in the following three categories: Best Documentary – History; Best Documentary – Social & Political Issues; and Best Documentary – General.