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Screen Australia is the Australian Federal Government's key funding body for the Australian screen production industry. Its functions are to support and promote the development of a highly creative, innovative and commercially sustainable industry.
It was created under the Screen Australia Act 2008, and from 1 July 2008 took over the functions and appropriations of its predecessor agencies the Australian Film Commission (AFC), the Film Finance Corporation Australia (FFC) and Film Australia Limited.
Across its various departments, Screen Australia supports the development, production, promotion and distribution of Australian screen content.
- Production of a range of content including features, documentaries, television drama and children's programs
- The growth of screen businesses
- Marketing and screen culture initiatives with Australian content
- Developing scripts and proposals
- Online content
- Indigenous talent and distinctive stories
- Administering the Government's Producer Offset and International Co-production Program to increase the commercial sustainability of production in Australia
- Providing data and research to the industry and government
- Promoting access to the archive of Australian documentary screen content.
- List of companies of Australia
- List of film production companies
- List of television production companies
- APS Statistical Bulletin 2015-2016 (Report). Australian Public Service Commission. September 2016.
- Pirrie, Ian (9 November 2009). "Screen Australia: Promoting the Australian Film Industry". The FM Studio. Archived from the original on 13 May 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
- White, Dominic (13 May 2015). "Producers baulk at 2015 federal budget Screen Australia cuts". Australian Financial Review. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
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