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Welcome to Screenwest

Supporting Western Australia’s screen industry

Screenwest is Western Australia’s not-for-profit screen funding organisation, supporting the development and production of film, television, and interactive projects in WA.

Jada Alberts, Warwick Thornton and Aaron Pedersen on location for Mystery Road Season 2 © David Dare Parker

Ngala kaaditj Whadjuk Noongar moort keyen kaadak nidja boodja

We acknowledge Whadjuk Noongar people as the original custodians of the land on which the Screenwest office is located.

About us

Our vision is a growing, inclusive and more sustainable Western Australian screen industry.

We support the screen industry to showcase Western Australia and its diverse communities, talent, culture and Country.

Daisy Ward and Wendy Kelly hug outside the police station in Our LawPhoto credit Periscope Pictures & Pink Pepper
Daisy Ward and Wendy Kelly outside police station in Our Law
Sam Neil carrying a lamb in Mount BarkerPhoto credit Merlyn Moon © We Are Wasted
Col (Sam Neil) on the set of RAMS in Mount Barker, WA.

Funding & Support

We provide development and production funding to create feature films, television, documentary and interactive projects.

We also provide funding to support diverse and Indigenous creators, to provide capacity development opportunities for local practitioners and support screen culture in Western Australia.

Filming in WA

Western Australia is home to competitive incentives, talented crew, diverse stories, and spectacular locations.

We have everything you need to know to help you produce your next project in Western Australia.

Director Renee Webster on set with a professional film camera.Photo credit Nic Duncan
Director Renee Webster on the set of Itch S1 in Albany, WA

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What’s happening in Western Australia?

Find out the latest news about Screenwest supported projects, achievements by WA creatives, what’s filming in Western Australia, upcoming events, and opportunities for you to watch and support WA projects.

Support Screenwest

Help us with our vision and contribute to the growth, vibrancy and sustainability of the Western Australian screen industry.

The cast and crew of The Furnace on set in Kalbarri, WA.
Photo by Megan Lewis © Hoover's Gold Productions

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