Screen Australia is a newly established Australian Government agency operating under the Screen Australia Act 2008 (Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts). Read More >>
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Australia has produced some of the best screen practitioners and productions in the world, and an important part of AACTA’s role is to recognise this through the annual AACTA Awards. Building on this strong tradition, AACTA aims to elevate the status of Australian film and television nationally and internationally, thereby creating greater recognition and opportunities for our talented industry, and creating a stronger link between audiences and great Australian content. Read More >>
Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE) works at the intersection of arts, culture, technology and the community. ICE projects engage diverse communities, build capacity in digital media and arts practise and tell the stories of this extraordinary place. We manage Switch Digital Arts Centre, a storytelling playground where we actively encourage dynamic interaction between individuals and communities. Switch is a cutting edge warehouse space with commercial-quality digital media hardware and software, industry experts and professional practitioners.
The Film & Television Institute is the premier professional development centre for independent screen production & events in Western Australia.
A member of Screen Development Australia, FTI provides an alternative pathway to the film and television industry through education, exhibition, equipment and production resources and is supported by its membership, corporate partners, ScreenWest and Screen Australia.
Founded in 1958, the AFI is Australia’s foremost screen culture organisation. The AFI has promoted Australian film and television for 50 years, and is responsible for producing Australia’s premier film and television awards, the annual AFI Awards.The AFI plays a central role in connecting the Australian film and television industry with audiences. The AFI holds a number of events each year, culminating in the prestigious AFI Awards in December. Read More >>
ScreenWest aims to advance Western Australia as a competitive, creative and culturally diverse centre for screen production. ScreenWest’s support and services are provided through two programs, Funding and Industry Services. Read More >>
The National Library of Australia is the country’s largest reference library. Our role is to ensure that documentary resources of national significance relating to Australia and the Australian people, as well as significant non-Australian library materials, are collected, preserved and made accessible either through the Library itself or through collaborative arrangements with other libraries and information providers.
By offering a strong national focus in all that we do and cooperating with others who share our goals, the Library contributes to the continuing vitality of Australia’s culture and heritage
The Australian film industry as we know it today has a reputation of being innovative as it produces films with unique flavor and global appeal. An example of which is the Australian Production “Happy Feet” which won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature in 2007. Australian actors who are popularly known globally include Eric Bana, Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Heath Ledger, Naomi Watts and Cate Blanchett. Read More >>
The Australian Cinematographers Society was founded by a group of cinecamera people in Sydney in 1958 and was originally the exclusive domain of film cameramen. Its Articles of Association were finalised in 1960. With the influx of portable video cameras the Society opened its doors to all types of cinematographers and the membership now reflects the changing face of the industry. Read More >>
The Australian Screen Editors Guild (ASE) is a cultural, professional and educational organisation, dedicated to the pursuit and recognition of excellence in the arts, sciences and technology of motion picture film and televisual post production. It aims to promote, improve and protect the role of editor as an essential and significant contributor to all screen productions. Read More >>