We appreciate and acknowledge the ongoing support of our funding bodies and partners.

Screen NSW

Create NSW is the NSW Government’s new arts and cultural driver, which brings together arts, screen and culture functions in a new integrated entity. Create NSW was established on 1 April 2017, and has responsibility for many of the functions previously undertaken by Arts NSW and Screen NSW.

Create NSW invests in the success and future of arts, screen and culture in NSW through infrastructure and funding programs. It is committed to growing, empowering and strengthening the arts, screen and culture sectors in NSW, to embed arts in the everyday and deliver new, innovative and exciting arts and cultural services and experiences for the people of NSW.

Create NSW supports Screenworks through its Industry Development Fund.


Screen Australia

Screen Australia is the Federal Government agency charged with supporting Australian screen production. Its aim is to help create an Australian industry that is innovative, culturally important and commercially sustainable.

Screen Australia has supported the growth of Screenworks through its Enterprise funding program.


Media Super

Media Super is the industry super fund for all people working in the print, media, entertainment and arts sectors. The Media Super community reaches right across the country and brings together people of all ages and life stages from the print shop floor, to the nation’s newsrooms, to the star walk in Hollywood.

Media Super members are the lifeblood of Australia’s informative, creative and print manufacturing sectors. As an industry fund run only to benefit members on a not-for-profit model, we are active in our industries, promoting many things that will benefit members and employers.

We support a variety of professional development programs, workplace education sessions and the development of financial literacy and understanding, as well as sponsoring a number of industry awards. We also provide a cash flow loan facility and access to a pre-sale advance loan to help finance film and TV productions.

Media Super supports Screenworks as an Industry Partner.


FremantleMedia Australia

Fremantle is one of the largest and most successful creators, producers and distributors of scripted and unscripted content in the world. A global entertainment powerhouse, Fremantle has an outstanding international network of production teams, companies and labels in over 30 countries. We produce in excess of 12,000 hours of original programming, roll out more than 70 formats and air 400 programmes a year worldwide. The group distributes over 20,000 hours of content in more than 200 territories. We are also a world leader in digital and branded entertainment, with more than 370 million subscribers across 1,500 social channels and over 100 billion views across all platforms.

In Australia, Fremantle are leaders in original drama such as Wentworth, Picnic at Hanging Rock and Neighbours. It produces the hugely successful Australia’s Got Talent, Celebrity Name Game, Great Australian Bake Off, Grand Designs Australia, Escape from the City, The Recording Studio and Restoration Australia. Fremantle is also at the forefront in the creation and production of digital media content, brand integration and brand extensions including the popular Grand Designs Magazine and Australia’s number one selling board game, Family Feud.

We are part of RTL Group, a global leader across broadcast, content and digital, itself a division of the international media giant Bertelsmann.

For more information, visit www.fremantle.com, or follow us @FremantleHQ and visit our LinkedIn and Facebook pages

Southern Cross University

Southern Cross University is a multi-campus university on Australia’s east coast. We are proud of our reputation as a progressive institution and pride ourselves on our rich academic portfolio covering a wide range of disciplines.

The creative hub on our Lismore campus has modern purpose-built facilities for our contemporary music, media and visual arts students. This includes access to the latest video, audio and creative technology and software; radio and television studios; recording and production studios; a digital arts and design computer lab; and professional-standard concert and exhibition spaces in Studio One29.

The Southern Cross partnership with Screenworks adds a valuable dimension to the learning experience. Through Screenworks mentoring opportunities, our creative arts students gain insights from screen industry leaders and professionals who are based in the Northern Rivers region. They can establish industry connections and develop valuable professional networks.

Southern Cross University is proud to work with our partners to develop and enable creative futures for our graduates.



Screenrights is a non-profit member organisation that provides rights and royalty management services to the screen industry. Screenrights facilitates access to screen content through simple licensing solutions for teachers in education, administrators in government, and home viewers with subscription TV – and provides royalty payments to rightsholders for the programs audiences love.

Screenrights is a leader in the audiovisual industries, forging dynamic connections between screen industry and screen audiences.

Screenrights supports Screenworks as an Industry Partner.


GALVANiiZE Insurance

Founded by David McEwan (AR 471764), GALVANiiZE Insurance (CAR 471763| ABN 26 600 154 354) provide security and peace of mind to clients through our industry-leading Brokering and Risk Management services.

Leveraging an extensive network of Australian and International insurers, GALVANiiZE Insurance prides itself on providing bespoke insurance solutions to a wide range of clients, whether they be individuals, small to medium companies or large organisations desiring value-added risk mitigation and brokering services. All provided with the professional, friendly and efficient service that has fast become a hallmark of our work.

GALVANiiZE Insurance supports Screenworks by providing discounted insurance to its members.


CATO Location Services

CATO is a recognised driving force behind the entertainment industry in Australia. We specialise in location services for the film, TV, stills and events industries. Our focus is on delivering smart, seamless, cost-effective, safe and reliable services to ensure the success of your projects. We can help you continue to work safely through COVID-19 conditions and cover metropolitan and regional NSW, QLD, SA & the ACT.

CATO Location Services supports Screenworks as an Industry Partner.


CINE 2481

Based in Byron Bay, CINE 2481 is a fully equipped camera, lens and lighting rental store. With high-end gear on request, experienced crew on tap and local engagement on demand, the choice is yours to dry hire equipment or engage a fully staffed turnkey solution.

CINE 2481 supports Screenworks as an Industry Partner.



We are a video streaming service bringing you the best in architecture, home & design.

Showcasing award-winning feature films, television series and shorts, along with dedicated channels from Dwell, green magazine and Never Too Small, among others.

Shelter has a highly curated video library to keep you entertained, creative and inspired.

Handpicked for you by our team, no algorithms here.

Shelter also brings you our exclusive Shelter Originals that you won’t find anywhere else, like our popular debut series Inspired Architecture.

“Each instalment of Inspired Architecture is small but perfectly formed.” – The Sydney Morning Herald

And because our planet is the home we all share, we plant a tree for every subscriber, every month.

Welcome home.

Shelter supports Screenworks as an Industry Partner.


Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)

Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is the nation’s premier screen and broadcast school. AFTRS’ purpose is to find and empower Australian talent to shape and share their stories with the world by delivering industry-relevant and future-focused education, research and training. We seek to be the reference point for innovation in screen, sound, and story-making, globally.


Australians in Film

Founded in 2001, Australians in Film (AiF) is a Los Angeles based non-profit film, television and digital content foundation that supports and promotes Australian screen talent and culture in the United States. AiF hosts regular screenings and special events to celebrate the work of Australian content creators and talent.

AiF’s career development and education programs include the prestigious Heath Ledger Scholarship, Mentor LA, Village Roadshow/Animal Logic Entertainment Internship, Greg Coote Fellowship, Gateway LA and The Writers Room AiF is based at Charlie’s, a shared workspace at the historic Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. Charlie’s a bespoke hub for business, collaboration and networking for the Australian screen community in Los Angeles.


Grapevine Jobs

Grapevine Jobs is Australia’s dedicated job board for the screen industry. Relaunched in 2020 on a new purpose-built platform, Grapevine Jobs offers Australia’s screen industry the ability to connect with an ever-growing community of skilled professionals across a range of disciplines within film, TV and broadcast media.

Grapevine Jobs supports Screenworks as an Industry Partner.


Byron Bay Coffee Company

Byron Bay Coffee Company was established in 1989. It is a family business dedicated to excellent service, professionalism and the production of great tasting coffee. They believe that the essential ingredients for the finest coffee are quality beans, expert roasting and blending, freshness and consistency.

Byron Bay Coffee Company is at the cutting edge of the Australian Coffee industry.

Byron Bay Coffee Company supports Screenworks as part of our Supporter Connect Program.