Federal, State & Local Government Agencies

Screen Territory (NT)

Screen Territory (NT)

Screen Territory is the Northern Territory (NT) Government’s screen industry agency responsible for supporting and developing the film, TV and digital media industries within the Territory.

Screen Tasmania

Screen Tasmania

Screen Tasmania provides grants and equity investments for the development and production of screen projects in Tasmania including webseries, drama, documentaries, feature films, TV series and video games.

Screen Canberra

Screen Canberra

Screen Canberra represents the Australian Capital Territory, home to Canberra, the nation’s capital.

Screen Australia

Screen Australia

Screen Australia administers the Producer Offset tax rebate and Australia’s Official Co-production program.

Film Victoria

Film Victoria

Film Victoria is the State Government screen agency based in Melbourne, Victoria. Whether you’re on the ground in Victoria or working with their expert post-production, VFX, animation or games studios, the global screen hub of Melbourne is the best place to make your next screen project.

South Australian Film Corporation

South Australian Film Corporation

The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) is Australia’s longest running screen agency, responsible for the growth and development of the screen industry in South Australia.

Screenwest

Screenwest

Screenwest is Western Australia’s state screen organisation.

SCREEN NSW

SCREEN NSW

Screen NSW operates as part of the New South Wales (NSW) State Government’s Sydney-based arts, screen and culture agency, Create NSW. Screen NSW is committed to growing, empowering and strengthening the screen industry in NSW.

Screen Queensland

Screen Queensland

Screen Queensland, based in Brisbane, is a state government owned company, which invests in the Queensland Screen Industry, attracts production including post, digital and VFX to the state and supports screen culture activities.

City of Gold Coast

City of Gold Coast

The City of Gold Coast is the only local government in Australia to provide a Screen Attraction Program that includes financial incentives. These incentive grants are based on the value of production undertaken on the Gold Coast and are in addition to the incentives provided by the Queensland and Australian Governments.