Screen Tasmania has permission from the Department of Premier and Cabinet to have its own logo as an extension of the Tasmanian Government's branding. The Screen Tasmania logo must be used in conjunction with the Tasmanian Government Logo.
If you have received funding from Screen Tasmania, your funding agreement will set out the requirements for publicly acknowledging Screen Tasmania's support.
Please refer to the Screen Tasmania Logo Guidelines.
If you require a copy of the Screen Tasmania logo, please contact Screen Tasmania (03) 616 55070.
The Tasmanian Government’s COVID-19 Safe Workplaces Framework supports workplaces as they re-open or expand their business activities during the pandemic, while ensuring the health and safety of all Tasmanians. For more information visit WorkSafe Tasmania.
The 'Respecting Cultures', booklet was published in partnership with Arts Tasmania, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board of the Australia Council for the Arts and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, with support from the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. It is an initiative of Arts Tasmania's Aboriginal Advisory Committee.
Click here to download a copy.
Please note, where there is Aboriginal content or participation in any production, Screen Tasmania requires the producer complies with requirements set out in section 4. of the Screen Tasmania Terms of Trade.
Click here for a copy of Screen Australia's Pathways & Protocols A filmmaker's guide to working with Indigenous people, culture and concepts, by Terri Janke.
Arts Tasmania has produced an Artists' media kit which has advice and contacts for Tasmanians working in the creative industries who want to market and promote their product.
Click here to download the kit.
Screen Australia has a range of marketing guides, from Working with a Unit Publicist, Marketing Budget Estimates and Creating Marketing Campaigns for Documentaries.