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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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ScreenWest unveils ‘Get Your Shorts On!’

ScreenWest is thrilled to announce this year’s Get Your Shorts On! program, which will delight and inspire as it showcases the talents of Western Australia’s emerging filmmakers.

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10 June 2016

Industry News

Gillian Armstrong announced as CinefestOZ 2016 Film Prize Jury Chair

CinefestOZ, Australia’s premier destination film festival is delighted to announce that award-winning Australian feature film and documentary director Gillian Armstrong has accepted the role of Jury Chair for the 2016 Festival.

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08 June 2016

Industry News

Vale Brian Beaton

Well known Western Australian producer, colleague and friend of Screenwest, Brian Beaton, has died suddenly at the age of 67.

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06 June 2016

Industry News

Bad Girl Official Trailer

Check out the hauntingly chilling new trailer for WA thriller feature Bad Girl starring Samara Weaving.

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02 June 2016

Industry News

New images, poster revealed for RED DOG: True Blue

Roadshow Films and Good Dog Distribution have debuted the teaser poster for RED DOG: True Blue, the sequel to 2011 hit Red Dog which is due to his Australian cinemas on Boxing Day 2016.

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31 May 2016

Industry News

28th WA Screen Award Nominations Announced

The Film and Television Institute (FTI) has announced the nominees for the 28th annual WA Screen Awards (WASAs), after receiving a grand total of 404 entries from 120 screen projects across 30 categories.

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