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Ten Empty had its World Premiere at the Sydney Film Festival (2008).

The screenplay was nominated for 2007 Queensland Premier's Literary Awards and 2008 Victorian Premier's Literary Award.

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Anthony "Tony" Hayes (born 21 September 1977) is a multi-award winning Australian actor, best known for his roles in War Machine, The Light Between Oceans, The Slap, Look Both Ways, The Boys, Rabbit Proof Fence, Animal Kingdom and soap opera Paradise Beach.

Apart from acting in numerous films and television shows, he also wrote, directed and produced the films Ten Empty (2008), New Skin (2002) and Sweet Dreams (2002).

New Skin (2002) won the Dendy Award at the 2002 Sydney Film Festival and won Hayes an IF Award as best emerging director.