Screenwest has supported the development and production of countless film & television projects including feature films, TV series, documentaries and web series. Here are some of the highlights produced in Western Australia over the last decade.
Facing Monsters is a feature length documentary that digs deep into the psyche of West Australian ‘slab wave’ surfer Kerby Brown, a man whose connection with the ocean runs as deep as his love for his family.
Under The Volcano
On a remote Caribbean island, the shadow of the volcano, the world’s biggest recording artists made music and myth that defined an era.
The Truth about Anxiety with Celia Pacquola
Comedian and anxiety sufferer Celia Pacquola is on a mission to understand anxiety in Australia, but her own anxiety proves much more confronting than she expected.
Laura Henkel is eccentric, outspoken, feisty and 90 years old. She has decided she wants to end her life on her own terms, and she asks her daughter Cathy and granddaughter Sam, both filmmakers, to make a film about it. LAURA’S CHOICE explores complex questions as three generations of women navigate a radical approach to dying
Marni is an art experience in which an intricate dot painting about Ngarluma country is made.
Wild Butterfly is true crime documentary that follows the tragic story of 24 year-old Claire Murray and her desperate search for a life-saving liver transplant that became a trial by national media.
Whale Super Highway
A breathtaking journey on one of the world’s greatest whale migration routes, as a team of experts attempts to unlock the secrets behind one of the greatest environmental comebacks ever – the humpback whale.
Dying To Live
Dying To Live reveals that Australia is well behind the Western World in organ and tissue donor rates, causing immense suffering for those awaiting organs, while other Australians inspire us, with their compassionate gift of life, to want to become physical philanthropists
A working holiday becomes a test of endurance for two out-of-luck Finnish backpackers who find themselves the latest batch of “fresh meat” sent to work as barmaids in a remote mining town.