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The ACT Office of Film, Television & Digital Media, ScreenACT, supports the growth of the local screen industry and provides assistance to visiting productions to help you find the right location and production support from our local industry.






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As of July 1st 2014 ScreenACT will be delivered by The ACT Screen Industry Association (ACTSIA) on behalf of the ACT Government.

ACTSIA is a new membership-based organisation representing and supporting the screen industry in the ACT.  

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UPCOMING
EVENTS & NEWS

LOCKS OF LOVE FEATURE FILM

Screenings of the
'Locks of Love' feature
anthology film are set
for 2015.

For more information on screening dates and venues please visit the link below:

THE WRITERS' ROOM WITH SHELLEY BIRSE

Applications are now CLOSED for The Writer's Room,
a project development initiative
with Shelley Birse
(creator of The Code). 

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In order to make it easier for you to identify which of the many programs is most suitable, we have broken down the programs by experience level. 
After deciding which level is most appropriate for you, keep an eye on that colour badge to easily identify which programs are aimed at screen practitioners like you!

Elementary   Emerging   Established




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