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10 December 2019

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WA Screen Industry Health Check Surveys Now Open

Screenwest, through independent consultancy, Screenworks, is undertaking the next phase of a thorough and consultative review on the health of the Western Australian Screen Industry.

The aim of the “WA Screen Industry Health Check” is to collate, analyse and report on findings to assist Screenwest in future strategic planning and decisions for industry growth and explore opportunities for sustainable competitive advantages in WA.

The WA Screen Industry Health Check Online Surveys are open now until Friday, 28 February 2020.

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21 September 2016

Industry News

ATOM awards finalists

Several projects from WA have been announced as finalists in this year’s ATOM Awards. The awards, which celebrate the best of Australian and New Zealand screen content from the education sector and screen industry professionals, are the second-longest-running film and media awards in Australia.

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21 September 2016

Industry News

AIDC – return of The FACTory in 2017

The Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) has announced the return of The FACTory in 2017. Presented by Film Victoria, The FACTory is AIDC’s international pitching event for documentary, factual and unscripted screen content.

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08 September 2016

Industry News

Three Summers – first feature film to be green lit under Western Australian Regional Film Fund

Screenwest announced today the feature film, Three Summers, the first project to receive funding from the Western Australian Regional Film Fund.

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07 September 2016

Industry News

Screen Australia – Documentary Team Visit

Screen Australia - Documentary Team Visit

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07 September 2016

Uncategorised

Two WA films announced for Busan International Film Festival

WA’s Hound of Love and Bad Girl have been selected for the 21st Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), which is one of the largest film festivals in Asia. Hounds of Love will have its Asian premiere at the festival, while Bad Girl will have its international premiere. This year, the festival will screen 301 films from 69 countries, with 123 world and international premieres. It will be held from 6 to 15 October.

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07 September 2016

Production News

Hounds of Love receiving rave reviews from Venice debut

One of the first feature films to be developed, filmed and post-produced entirely in WA has been receiving rave reviews from its debut last week at the Venice International Film Festival.

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