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.
A magical odyssey through time and space, by two children as they explore the mysteries of the Universe through from the world’s oldest living culture and its largest radio telescope.
Are You Addicted To Technology?
Clinical psychologist Dr Kim Le hosts this interactive experience which will reveal just how addicted to technology you really are.
The Fathering Project
A personal story about what it means to be a father today, following a group of men as they strive to overcome the cycle of negative parenting.
At Western Australia’s first Indigenous-run police station, two officers learn language and culture to help them police one of the world’s most remote beats.
Marni is an art experience in which an intricate dot painting about Ngarluma country is made.
Will Australia ever have a Black PM?
What chance does an Indigenous Australian born today have of one day becoming the leader of our nation?
Storm in a Teacup
They were the ultimate team, but right when Artist Leon Pericles needs his wife Moira the most, she’s drifting away.
Ricky Naser is a young Australian whose peaceful suburban life turns to hell when his sister Ameena disappears without a trace. In a climate of distrust and xenophobia, Ricky is forced to denounce her as an extremist.
On Country Kitchen Season 2
It’s season 2 and Derek still can’t cook! With locally found ingredients, and sprinkle of culture and character for good measure, Mark and Derek create an Indigenous-inspired feast for the characters and producers they visit along their journey.
Step into a time-warping dream bubble as four young Aboriginal Australians guide you through their futures. Be ready for an intergalactic adventure. Look out for the space emus!
Only In Oz
Only in Oz is an action-packed and often irreverent adventure series, following four young Australians as they criss-cross the world’s only island continent to discover the precious, proud and truly out of the ordinary.
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