Naomi Watts is set to receive 2019 Orry-Kelly Award at the 8th Annual Australians in Film Awards on Oct. 23 in Los Angeles, CA.
Academy Award nominated-actress Naomi Watts will receive the 2019 Orry-Kelly Award at the Australians in Film’s (AiF) 8th Annual AiF Awards Gala and Benefit Dinner, an annual fundraising event celebrating Australian talent in the entertainment industry. The award, which celebrates Watts’ continued excellence in international cinema and television and her inspiration to her peers in the industry, will be presented to her at the star-studded event held at the Intercontinental Los Angeles. The Orry-Kelly Award is given to an Australian whose body of work has provided inspiration globally in film and television and who continues to give back to the Australian industry.
Honestly, Naomi Watts deserves all of the cinematic awards after her stellar and breath taking performance in The Impossible. Naomi Watts is a Two-time Academy Award nominee who has garnered several accolades throughout her career including nominations for a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Golden Globe. She was most recently seen in Showtime’s limited series The Loudest Voice alongside Russell Crowe and Sienna Miller. Naomi Watts will also produce and star alongside Andrew Lincoln and Jacki Weaver in Penguin Bloom, the upcoming feature film based on the bestselling book, which has just wrapped shooting in Sydney, Australia.