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Screenwise Proudly Supports…

Screenwise continues to do its part to promote an inclusive and collaborative Film and Television community across Australia and abroad. This includes active participation with other key industry education organisations, scholarships, film distribution houses and cross-cultural programs. We would like to take this time to highlight these fantastic collaborators and express our excitement for what the future has to come!

AFTRS
Screenwise Diploma of Screen Acting students collaborate with AFTRS 3rd Year Bachelor of Directing students on short film productions

Australians in Film
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.

Heath Ledger Scholarship
Established in 2008, the Heath Ledger Scholarship is open to all young and emerging Australian actors 18-35 years old. Screenwise continues to participate each year as a principal sponsor of the prize.

GDAY USA
Screenwise is a proud sponsor of G’DAY USA bringing together industry leaders and key influencers in government, business, tourism, academia, and the arts to successfully cultivate and enhance the long-term and deep Australia–United States relationship.

Darlinghurst Theatre Co
Screenwise is proud to support the Darlinghurst Theatre Company which has established itself as a prominent theatre company staging productions at the new Eternity Playhouse and supporting the work of more than 1000 professional artists.

StudioCanal
French film production and distribution company that owns the third-largest film library in the world.

Entertainment One
Entertainment One Films ANZ is committed to delivering content that challenges, entertains and inspires. Driven by an independent spirit, eOne ANZ brings an expertise in theatrical film and home entertainment releases.

NASCA
NASCA utilises the power of structured sporting and culture programs to harness the life aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.