See the latest news from Screenwest and the Western Australian Screen Industry, including new initiatives from Screenwest, projects filming in Western Australia and achievements by WA creatives.
10 Western Australian film & TV projects receive Screenwest scripted development funding
Screenwest has announced the 10 successful recipients of the latest Scripted Development Investment funding round.
West Coast Visions 2022 opens today
Screenwest is pleased to open applications for the much coveted West Coast Visions, closing on Monday, 11 April 2022 at 5:00pm AWST.
Two attachments on upcoming documentary series
An Edit Assistant attachment and Researcher / Post-Production Assistant attachment are available through the Screenwest Crew Attachment Program on an upcoming documentary series. Applications close Tuesday, 25 January 2022 at 5:00pm AWST.
‘Struggling Songlines’ music documentary premieres tonight on NITV
Using the power of music and Indigenous culture, a band of brothers from One Arm Point seek the wisdom of elders to drive change amongst a troubled youth.
Industry Enhancement Program pitches open today
Screenwest will be hosting a Q&A forum about the program for eligible production companies on Friday, 4 February 2022.
Breathtaking ‘Ningaloo with Tim Winton’ documentary series in production in Western Australia
The renowned, award-winning Australian author is set to introduce audiences to WA’s Ningaloo Coast in this three-part series produced by Artemis Media in association with Matter of Factual.
10 Western Australian projects receive Screenwest development funding
Screenwest has announced the 10 successful recipients of the latest Documentary Development Investment and Diversity and Inclusion funding rounds.
‘How to Please a Woman’ set to hold world premiere at Perth Festival
Starring Sally Phillips, Renée Webster’s comedy-drama will premiere at Perth Festival as part of Lotterywest Films this summer.
‘Walking Man’ documentary directed by Luna Laure greenlit for production
A documentary about unknown Perth artist Ross Seaton, known as ‘Walking Man’, will be directed by Luna Laure and executive produced by Brendan Hutchens of VAM Media.
Scripted and Documentary Development Investment Funds now open
Screenwest has opened applications for the second Scripted and Documentary Development Investment funding rounds for the 2021-22 financial year.
West Coast Visions launching early 2022
Screenwest is pleased to announce that applications for the much coveted West Coast Visions will officially open in the new year.
2021, despite its challenges, has been a bumper year for the WA screen industry with the announcement of a $20M production attraction fund, $105M committed to screen infrastructure, new federal screen legislation, the production of four feature films, one drama series and several documentary projects.
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Image credit: Cast and crew of Blueback on location in Bremer Bay, Western Australia © David Dare Parker