Based in Brisbane, Australia, Screen Queensland is the state government-owned screen agency that invests in production, talent development programs and screen culture festivals to grow a successful screen industry throughout Queensland.
The agency supports locally produced films, series and games, and secures international and interstate production and post-production for the state. It also operates Screen Queensland Studios in Brisbane, which most recently hosted Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s autobiographical comedy series Young Rock and the Oscar-nominated Paramount feature film Love & Monsters.
Recent productions supported by Screen Queensland include Harrow, Bluey, Strait to the Plate, Holey Moley, Australian Survivor, Aquaman, Thor Ragnarok and upcoming releases Thirteen Lives, directed by Ron Howard, and the Elvis biopic, directed by Baz Luhrmann.
Screen Queensland is deeply committed to uplifting the voices of Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples and increasing diversity on and off screen. For more information on funding programs, incentives, locations, and facilities, visit screenqueensland.com.au