Nicole Kidman, ‘The Power of the Dog’ Win Top Prizes at 11th Annual Aacta International Awards

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Nicole Kidman, ‘The Power of the Dog’ Win Top Prizes at 11th Annual Aacta International Awards
The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (Aacta) announced the winners for the 11th annual Aacta International Awards, with Nicole Kidman nabbing her 7th Aacta award for her portrayal of Lucille Ball in “Being the Ricardos.”

Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog” dominated the film categories with three wins — best film; best lead actor for Benedict Cumberbatch; and best supporting actor for Australian actor Kodi Smit-McPhee.

Belfast” star Judi Dench won the best supporting actress prize, while “Dune” filmmaker Denis Villeneuve picked up the award for best direction in film. Aaron Sorkin won the screenplay prize for his “Being the Ricardos” script.

In the television categories, Kidman and Smit-McPhee’s fellow Australian, “The White Lotus” star Murray Bartlett was named best actor in a series, revealing his win exclusively to Variety’s Marc Malkin on his “Just For Variety” podcast.

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