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13 December

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WA Screen Industry celebrates Ian Booth

It was a heartfelt celebration of Screenwest CEO Ian Booth’s ten-year tenure and his leadership of the Western Australian Screen Industry at the Heath Ledger Foyer of the State Theatre Centre on Monday, 11 December 2017.

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13 December

Screenwest News

Screenwest announces 2018 date for $750,000 West Coast Visions

To uncover, inspire and develop the career of Western Australian filmmakers, Screenwest will once again invest $750,000 into one low budget feature film through the West Coast Visions initiative in 2018. Applications close 5.00pm Monday, 26 March 2018.

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13 December

Screenwest News

Emerging screen sector review commencing early 2018

In January 2018 Screenwest will embark on a review of the programs, services and opportunities available to emerging screen sector practitioners in Western Australia. In the absence of the Film & Television Institute (FTI) Screenwest is committed to ensuring strategic career development pathways are available and accessible to those wishing to embark on a career in the screen sector. 

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13 December

Industry News

WHITELEY brings four AACTAs home to WA

It was a record year for Western Australia at the 2017 AFI / AACTA Awards, with the most nominations the State has received for feature films, receiving a whopping 16 nominations across three films in addition to five nominations in the Documentary category, all for WHITELEY.

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13 December

Screenwest News

Screenwest becomes member of the Committee for Perth

Screenwest is now proudly a member of the Committee for Perth, joining like-minded organisations who invest in the community and are committed to corporate social responsibility to achieve common goals and demonstrate their passion for Perth.

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30 November

Industry News

Guy Sebastian mentors music students in new ABC series DON’T STOP THE MUSIC

Filming is underway in Perth on the Artemis Media production DON’T STOP THE MUSIC, a new three-part landmark documentary series, highlighting the transformative effects of teaching music in primary schools. Lead talent Guy Sebastian and Dr. Anita Collins popped into Screenwest’s office on a break from filming.

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30 November

Industry News

Nyoongar footballers celebrated at Subiaco Oval, Sunday 10 December with NYOONGAR FOOTY MAGIC

Led by Indigenous female writer/directors Kelli Cross and Karla Hart and Shakara Walley producing, the Beyond West/Bardwell Media co-production NYOONGAR FOOTY MAGIC – A TEAM OF CHAMPIONS will have a special sneak preview screening Sunday, 10 December from 4:00pm to 7:00pm at Subiaco Oval.

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