Australian Government - Department of Communication, Information Technology and the Arts.
The Department monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of the Australian Government's film program and administers schemes to support the Australian film industry.
Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance
The MEAA is the union and professional organisation in Australia which covers everyone in the media, entertainment, sports and arts industries.
Australian Government Trade Commission.
Austrade offer a wide range of services, knowledge, advice and practical support to help companies and business succeed in an increasingly global economy.
Village Roadshow Pictures.
Village Roadshow Pictures is the film production division of Village Roadshow Limited, one of Australia's leading entertainment and media companies.
The Queensland Government through Screen Queensland offers incentives to encourage producers and production companies to film in Queensland.
Screen Australia is the Commonwealth Government screen agency providing support to Australian film, television, documentary and digital media makers.
Gold Coast City Council
GCCC is the second largest local government in Australia based on the city’s estimated resident population. Film, television and entertainment is its largest creative industry sector.
Australian Cinematographers Society.
The ACS was established to advance and recognise the outstanding work of cinematographers, provide information on new technology and equipment and provide a forum for industry participants to meet and exchange ideas.
Trade Queensland offices identify business opportunities in overseas markets and encourage investment in Queensland.
Level10s Movies Sites
Level10s is a human edited website directory of qualified sites.
Galloping Films is a film distribution and production company based in Brisbane.
Film Gold Coast
Provides free advice and local knowledge about filming on the Gold Coast.