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Showcasing unique local stories by building and diversifying the Western Australian screen industry.



Screenwest supports people to tell their diverse and uniquely Western Australian stories by providing funding and resources for local screen production teams.

The screen industry tends to focus on conventional stories that lack cultural and social diversity. Screenwest promotes and celebrates Western Australia’s diversity – creating local jobs in the process.

Screenwest offers a range of funding programs for Western Australian crews, creatives and companies, including specific programs for people with disability and those who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, culturally and linguistically diverse, and LGBTQIA+.

Website (Accessible) Overview

Screenwest wanted one accessible website with the power to showcase their strong stories and beautiful, high quality images.

Thalu - L-R Sharliya Mowarin, Ella Togo, Penesha Wally, Cherry Rose Hubert. Photo by Michael Torres © Weerianna Street Media


A clear, consolidated and accessible experience

We took Screenwest’s two existing websites and consolidated them into one vibrant, contemporary new site. It’s now easy to navigate and accessible to all visitors.

Screenwest Website Screenshot


Content-focused and easy to manage

We’ve made sure that the new site is flexible, easy to manage and gives Screenwest control over their content.

Mystery Road 2 Image


Breathing new life into branding

Screenwest’s updated branding breathes new life into their online presence. Their new site is as modern and energetic as the Western Australian screen industry it supports.

Whale Shark Jack - Ed Punchard and Bec Wellard in mini submersible Image


The new website is engaging and content-focused. Screenwest now have an inspiring, dynamic platform to showcase the incredible local projects that they have made possible.

25 Years

In the game for twenty-five years.

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