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Screen Producers Association of Australia (SPAA)

SPAA is the industry association representing Australia’s independent film and television production industry. It is registered with the federal Australian Industrial Relations Commission and has a national office in Sydney with a full-time secretariat, and chapters in each state. SPAA represents its members interests with regards to indutrial relations issues, commercial issues and government policy. SPAA represents its members on the following industry boards: the AFC Industry Advisory Panel on Co-production, the Board of Trustees of the industry superannuation fund (JEST), the board of Arts Training Australia and the board of the Audio Visual Copyright Society.

www.spaa.org.au

Screen Development Australia

Screen Development Australia (SDA) is a national network of five screen resource organisations who develop, deliver and promote national initiatives that support an innovative and diverse screen industry. Read More >>

Film & and Television Institute (WA)

The Film and Television Institute is a non-profit organisation and is Western Australia’s development centre for independent film, video, multimedia and exhibition. It is partly funded by the Australian Film Commission and ScreenWest, with the remainder of finance coming from equipment hire, membership fees and other screen related activities. The FTI is a membership driven organisation which supports first time filmmakers as well as established practitioners in Western Australia.

www.fti.asn.au

Darwin Film Society

The Darwin Film Society is the Northern Territory’s leading film cultural organisation. It was established in 1964 and reconstituted in 1972 when it became an incorporated body. Today the Society’s function is to present a range of theatrical and non-theatrical films, which are not usually shown in Northern Territory cinemas or on television. Activities organised by the Darwin Film Society include members screenings, festivals and special events curated locally and interstate. The Society also assists the development of film groups across the north of Australia.

www.deckchaircinema.com

Australian Writers Guild (AWG)

The Australian Writers’ Guild is a professional member-run association which supports television, radio, screen and stage writers. It was formed in 1962 and incorporated as a company in 1983. The AWG is involved in negotiating guidlines for employment for scriptwriters, campaigning for increased Australian content, for funding assistance, Read More >>

Alliance Online

The Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance is the union covering personnel involed in Australia’s media, entertainment, sports and arts industries. The Alliance was created in 1992 through the merging of the three unions: Actors Equity, the Australian Journalists Association and the Australian Theatrical and Amusement Employees Association. Read More >>

Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT)

ANAT is Australia’s leading cultural organisation working at the intersection of art, science & technology; networked & emergent art practices; experimental music & sound arts; and mobile & portable platforms.Operating nationally and globally for two decades, ANAT has been delivering initiatives which enable connection, collaboration, research and development, fostering enterprise, sustainability, dialogue and exchange across art, culture, science and technology.

www.anat.org.au

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