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The Australian Copyright Council is an independent, non-profit organisation. They represent the peak bodies for professional artists and content creators working in Australia’s creative industries and Australia’s major copyright collecting societies.
The Australia Council is the Australian Government’s principal arts funding and advisory body. Their is to support the creation, presentation and appreciation of distinctive cultural works by providing assistance to Australian artists and making their works accessible to the public.
Crowdfunding platform for projects by filmmakers, artists, dancers, musicians or anyone else working in the arts. Boost funding for shorts or feature films by connecting with a user base that is already invested in supporting Australian creative works.
Advises the Australian Government about the communications and arts sectors, and delivers programming.
Develops policy, research and statistics, administers legislation and funding and supports elite national arts training institutions. Works with portfolio agencies to achieve the Australian Government’s cultural and Indigenous objectives.
Film Victoria is the State Government agency that provides strategic leadership and assistance to the film, television and digital media sectors of Victoria. They aim be a responsive advocate for the screen industry in Victoria through funding the production and development of screen content, industry placements, filming incentives, location assistance, industry events and other support.
Screen Queensland’s purpose is to grow the screen industry and promote the economic and cultural well-being of Queensland. SQ supports the screen industry’s contribution to the nation’s cultural landscape including its ability to showcase Queensland’s rich cultural diversity, facilitate cultural engagement, encourage tourism and reflect a national voice and identity on screen.
Screenrights is a not-for-profit membership organisation that provides rights and royalty management services to the screen industry. They facilitate access to screen content through simple licensing for teachers, government administrators and home viewers with subscription TV.
Screen Tasmania is the Tasmanian Government body responsible for supporting and developing the state's film, television and multimedia industries by increasing the amount of independent screen production occurring in Tasmania. It aims to build the success of the screen sector in Tasmania by attracting high quality, high value productions to the state, developing talent and supporting projects.
Screenwest is Western Australia's lead screen funding and development organisation, supporting film, television and digital production. They offer funding support for the development and production of Western Australian screen projects, festivals, tours and events. They also support the professional development of screen industry practitioners and production companies.