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Film Associations

Screen Australia

Screen Australia is the Federal Government agency providing support to Australian film, television, documentary and digital media makers.


Ausfilm connects the international film community with Australias screen incentives, talent and facilities.

Screen Queensland

Screen Queensland is the State Government screen agency that develops and supports the local screen industry, attracts production to Queensland, and celebrates an active screen culture across the state.

Village Roadshow Studios

Situated on the Gold Coast, Village Roadshow Studios offers world class facilities for national and international productions.

Bond University Film and Television

Located on the Gold Coast, Bond University offers a Bachelor of film and television.

Griffith University Film and Television

With a campus on the Gold Coast, Griffith University offers Bachelor and Master degrees in film and television production, animation and game design.

Gold Coast Institute of TAFE

The Gold Coast Institute of TAFE offers a Diploma screen and television.

New York Film Academy

Located at the Village Roadshow Studios on the Gold Coast, New York Film Academy offers courses including a hands-on intensive One-Year Filmmaking and One-Year Acting for Film programs as well as short-term and evening workshops. Successful students graduate with a Diploma of Screen and Media and 1-Year Diploma from New York Film Academy.

John Cox Creative Workshop

The internationally renowned John Cox Creative Workshop produces large scale sculptures for public art, feature films, commercials and theme parks.

Show Film

With an office at the Village Roadshow Studios, Show Film are a travel and freight supplier for domestic and international feature films, television series, commercials and media production companies.

Gold Coast film producers are exposed to a

range of associations to support the film industry

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