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Grants and funding

Screen Tasmania provides equity investment for production and recoupable grants for the development of Tasmanian screen projects including documentaries, feature films, TV drama, series, animation and games. Screen Tasmania also provides grants for professional and industry development.

More about Filming in Tasmania

Filming in Tasmania

Tasmania, Australia’s island state, offers an amazing range of locations in a compact environment. Screen Tasmania can also help with crew, accommodation, equipment, catering and most importantly, local knowledge.

More about Resources

Resources

Screen Tasmania has assembled resources for the Tasmanian screen industry, including Mental Health and COVID-19 resources as well as information about Respecting Cultures: Working with Tasmanian Aboriginal Community and Aboriginal Artists, as well as marketing and promotion information including the Screen Tasmania logo.

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New funding guidelines benefit Tasmanian content

We have updated our funding programs to provide greater support for Tasmania’s screen industry and broaden the range of projects that can access support.

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Ever wanted to learn the art of being a notetaker in a TV writers’ room?

Screen Tasmania is very happy to be bringing industry professional Libby Butler for a one-day TV notetaking workshop.

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Final Call – Bus Stop Films is seeking a Tasmanian emerging producer!

FINAL CALL, APPLICATIONS CLOSE 29TH MAY!Applications are open for emerging producers to jump on board the bus and start their inclusive filmmaking journey.

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The Emerging Writers’ Incubator returns, calling out for a new wave of Australian storytellers

Six more screenwriting creatives from under-represented communities will join leading Australian production companies, as the industry initiative returns in its third year. For the first time, Screen Tasmania will be supporting a Tasmanian writer’s year-long placement – with one writer going to Tony Ayres Productions in Victoria.

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PAX Rising – Expressions of Interest for Attendance Support

Applications close: Sunday May 7, 2023 at midnight AEST.Screen Tasmania is offering support to a limited number of Tasmanian game developers wishing to attend and exhibit at PAX Rising – the indie-focussed part of ‘the biggest gaming festival in Australia’ – taking place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre over 6-8 October.

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Screen Tasmania Support for Screen Forever 37

(NOTE: APPLICATIONS FOR THIS PROGRAM CLOSED SUNDAY 19 MARCH 2023) Screen Tasmania is pleased to partner with SCREEN FOREVER - where the leading Australian and international industry practitioners involved in all aspects of producing, creating, writing, directing, distributing and financing screen content across film, television, games, interactive and online congregate once a year.

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Attachment Opportunity

In conjunction with PR Productions (responsible for Peter Rabbit) we are calling for expressions of interest from emerging Tasmanian filmmakers for two paid 8-week attachments for on a major production shooting in Sydney.

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Screen Tasmania Support for AIDC 2023

Screen Tasmania is pleased to partner with the Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) — Australia’s premier event for non-fiction content, which elevates documentary and factual storytelling across all forms.

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December Newsletter

Our bumper December newsletter is out. From all of us at Screen Tasmania, we wish you a happy, safe and prosperous festive season.Read More

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National Guidelines for Screen Safety

The National Guidelines for Screen Safety have been drafted to provide advice on how to manage safety in screen industry workplaces and comply with state and federal workplace health and safety legislation as at March 1, 2021.

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New industry services from Screen Tasmania

Screen Tasmania's new Crew and Facilities database is ready to accept listings from Tasmanian professional screen practitioners. Our new Locations Gallery is live. Stay tuned for the launch of the Location Submissions service where property owners can list their properties as film locations.

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Screen Australia | National Opportunities and Events

Screen Australia is gathering information from around Australia on opportunities in the screen industry as a central place for finding out what's on. This site is updated every month. It does not include Screen Australia's funding rounds which are elsewhere on their site.

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Resources from Screen Australia for people new to the industry

For people just beginning their screen careers, Screen Australia has information on what they do (and what they don't do). There's a Getting Started Guide as well as some Tips and Tricks for people who need to know the difference between a synopsis and a treatment, and what a budget looks like.

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Screen Tasmania Attachment Opportunities

With the upcoming production of The Survivors, Screen Tasmania is offering attachment opportunities in Locations and Art Department, and is inviting expressions of interest for a Sustainability Coordinator attachment.

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Crew working on location Rosehaven