Thank you to all of our partners that make SCREEN FOREVER possible
Screen Queensland is the Queensland Government-owned agency dedicated to growing a successful screen industry in the state. The agency supports locally produced films, series and games, and secures international and interstate production and post-production into Queensland. It also runs initiatives to build skills and careers for local screen practitioners, and funds film festivals and industry conferences. Screen Queensland is deeply committed to uplifting the voices of Aboriginal Peoples and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and increasing diversity on and off screen.
Supported Australian projects include A Savage Christmas, Audrey, Bluey, Black Snow, The Bachelors Australia, Boy Swallows Universe, Combat Wombat: Back 2 Back, Dawn of the Dolphins, First Weapons, In Limbo, In Our Blood, Limbo, Love is in the Air, Upright (Season 2), Revealed: Reefshot,Rock Island Mysteries, Scarygirl, Strait to the Plate, The Swap, Troppo and True Spirit. International productions supported by Screen Queensland include Elvis,Thirteen Lives, Ticket to Paradise, Irreverent, The Portable Door,Land of Bad, Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, Wizards!, Nautilus, Apples Never Fall, La Brea (Season 3), Mortal Kombat 2.
Opened in 2019, Screen Queensland Studios, Brisbane has hosted Zombie Plane, Fear Below, Joe vs Carole and Young Rock. Screen Queensland Studios, Cairns is set for completion in early 2024.
Screen Queensland’s Screen Culture fund supports film festivals and major industry events including SCREEN FOREVER, Asia Pacific Screen Awards and from 2024, the AACTA Awards.
SCREEN FOREVER is proudly supported by the Queensland Government, through Screen Queensland.
Screen Producers Australia respectfully acknowledges the people of the Yugambeh language region, the traditional owners of the lands on which we meet. We thank the traditional custodians for welcoming us all onto their lands.
We acknowledge and pay respects to them and all their descendants both past and present. We also acknowledge the many Aboriginal people from other regions as well as Torres Strait and South Sea Islander people who now live in the local area and have made an important contribution to the community.