Outrageous Fortune scooped the main pool at tonight's Air New Zealand Screen Awards (the old Film and Television Awards).
Robyn Malcolm took out the top female performance, while Anthony Starr was awarded best male performance. The show was also named best drama.
Shortland Street's Anna Julienne (Maia) was named best supporting actress - proudly announcing to the audience that it topped off a miracle day seeing as she'd given birth this afternoon (or her character had).
No big film nominations at all this year, although the short film Run scooped a couple of awards and the children's series Madigan's Quest took a swag of honours in the technical arena.
Jason Gunn won best host for Dancing With the Stars, while the show was also named best entertainment show.
Maori TV picked up best sports show for "Code", and 'Bro Town' was named best comedy.
PS..the pix were taken from row 'R' at the awards on the Treo 700 WX mobile phone camera...at a 300 pixel width (I'm experimenting with settings for optimal mobile blogging and will probably increase the resolution next time)