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Vote for Tabrett in The 2012 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards

Tabrett Bethell has been nominated in the 2012 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards for her role in The Clinic. The following is from Fangoria’s website:

While the majors struggled to give us enough fright features worthy of best-of-the-year nominations, 2011 offered a bloody good crop of indie releases—so many that for the first time, we’ve established a Best Foreign-Language Film category to honor them all. (As usual, we’re holding off on citing a few films, like A LONELY PLACE TO DIE, until they receive wider U.S. disc exposure.) And we’ve expanded to six nominees per category to include all the fine work on screen last year. Now it’s time for you to name your favorites.

E-mail your choices—one list only per person, please—to postalzone@starloggroup.com . Please be sure to vote in all categories; personal e-mails only, no mass ballots.

Deadline for ballots is April 25; winners will be announced in Fango #315, on sale in June, and at this site the same month.

BEST ACTRESS
Tabrett Bethell, THE CLINIC
Rose Byrne, INSIDIOUS
Amanda Fuller, RED WHITE & BLUE
Josie Ho, DREAM HOME
Bailee Madison, DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK
Pollyanna McIntosh, THE WOMAN

Please vote!

AFI Insider features Tabrett

Watch this Face: Tabrett Bethell

Posted at the Australian Film Institute’s (AFI) website:

In this new series, we highlight some of our industry’s bright stars on the rise.

Tabrett Bethell recently won the Best Actress Award at the Manhattan Film Festival for her role in Campbell Graham’s Sydney-set romantic drama Anyone You Want – a film which also won the Indie Spirit Best Storyline Award at the Boston International Film Festival 2010.

Bethell also stars in James Rabbitts’ Aussie thriller The Clinic, which premiered at MIFF this year, and is currently appearing on Fox8 as lead character ‘Cara’ in the popular US Disney fantasy series Legend of the Seeker.

Go here to read at AFI.

Tabrett Bethell wins Best Actress at Manhattan Film Festival: Anyone You Want

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