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.
I Met A Girl
An aspiring musician embarks on an epic, cross-country journey to find the woman of his dreams… who may be all in his head.
Hug The Sun
Between 1990 and 1991, in Perth Western Australia, an after-school Children’s Program, which promoted the teachings of ‘Oxtos’ (an esoteric, fringe religion that worshiped the sun) ran on local TV. However, on February 23rd 1991, (the hottest day on record) the show disappeared from our screens and was never seen again… until now.
A dynamic duo give the bush image a face lift in a shed show that raises the towns’ exposure and a few eyebrows.
Girl Like You
Over six years, a young woman watches her lover transition from male to female; adjusting to new breasts and hips, incredible mood swings, as well as coming to terms with her own evolving sexuality.
Australia’s Health Revolution with Dr Michael Mosley
Renowned science journalist Dr Michael Mosley puts his body on the line to wake up Australia to a national health crisis. Working alongside Indigenous exercise physiologist Ray Kelly, they reveal how new science can be used to reverse Australia’s type 2 diabetes epidemic.
Aussie Gold Hunters Season 6
This season of Aussie Gold Hunters is the toughest ever as seven teams of gold hunters battle the mounting heat and treacherous wilderness, determined to cash in on the highest Aussie gold price in history.
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 Heights Season 2
A slice of life from Arcadia Heights; the critically acclaimed drama dives deeper into the lives of the families of Arcadia Heights and its surrounds, as they take on what life has to throw at them.
1897 Western Australia. To escape a harsh existence and return home, a young Afghan cameleer partners with a mysterious bushman on the run with two 400oz Crown-marked gold bars.
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.
They are young, funny and deadly, and they’re on a mission to save their world!
Where there’s a wool, there’s a way.