Lost & Found in line for a swag of Australian Screen Industry Network awards

Lost & Found, the first feature film created entirely in Rockhampton with an all-local cast, crew and creative team, has a laundry list of nominations in this year’s Australian Screen Industry Network Awards.


The film by Blue Eagle Productions is nominated for:

  • Best Feature Film

  • Best Director (Ian Westley)

  • Best Producer (Ian Westley)

  • Best Cinematographer (Clifton Shulke)

  • Best Composer/Musical Score (Narelle Schirmer)

  • Best Actor (Dean Netherwood)

  • Best Supporting Actor (Kurt Swadling)

  • Best Actress (Tegan Devine)

  • Best Supporting Actress (Stella McMahon)

  • Best Writer/Screenplay (Ian Westley)

  • Most Valuable Crew Member (Elizabeth Tansley)

  • Tony Bonner Award for Best New Talent (Kurt Swadling)

“This is a huge boost for the local film industry,” says filmmaker Ian Westley.

“Lost & Found was made on a shoestring budget with an all local cast & crew.

“To get nominated for these awards is payoff for all the hard work everyone has put into this project.”

Here’s where you come in: the awards are open to public vote, and you have until midnight, November 4 to cast your vote on the the ASIN website.

Official trailer for Blue Eagle Production's new feature film, Lost & Found. Directed by Ian Westley.