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If you have an interestingly designed building, a unusual structure of some kind, or a location that is unique in some way or another and you feel it could make an ideal location for a film set or production of some type, please download and complete the FSW Feature Information Form and return it to Film South West along with an image (minimum 2000 x 1500) for consideration.
Register your location or attraction here.
ScreenWest is Western Australia’s screen funding and development agency, committed to working in partnership with the screen industry to develop, support and promote film, television and digital media production in Western Australia. Their website includes a comprehensive listing of resources and information you will find essential to production. Resources include:
Filming in Western Australia – This essential guide covers everything from crew to special effects.
Filming on Indigenous Land – There are protocols for working with Indigenous content and communities. Screen Australia has developed the document Pathways and Protocols: A filmmaker’s guide to working with Indigenous people, culture and people.
Filming on WA Roads – The WA Department of Transport will generally support filming activities on the road network, provided that road infrastructure is not damaged, impact to traffic flow is minimal and can be safely managed, and the safety of road users and the public is not compromised.
Location Film Permits – Find out how and where to acquire location film permits when shooting in WA.
Western Australian Screen Industry Organisations – ScreenWest works with Western Australia screen industry associations to ensure that new developments and funding initiatives best represent industry needs and new directions.
For further enquiries, please contact the ScreenWest Locations and Film Services Manager, Vikki Barr:firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (+61 8) 6552 7741.