About SQ

About Us

Screen Queensland is the state government-owned agency investing in locally made films, series, and games, and attracting international and interstate production and post-production. The agency runs career-building initiatives for practitioners around the state and supports film festivals and industry events such as Screen Forever, Asia Pacific Screen Awards and the AACTA Awards and Festival. Screen Queensland also operates Screen Queensland Studios in Brisbane and Cairns. 
Recently supported productions include Apples Never Fall, Boy Swallows Universe, Eden, Elvis, Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, Good Cop/Bad Cop, Land of Bad, Mortal Kombat 2, Nautilus, The Portable Door, Thirteen Lives, Ticket to Paradise, True Spirit, Audrey, Black Snow, Bluey, Darby and Joan, Dawn of the Dolphins, How to Make Gravy, In Limbo, In Our Blood, Limbo, Love is in the Air, Rebel with a Cause, Rock Island Mysteries, ScaryGirl, Spit, Strait to the Plate, Tastes of the Tropics and digital games Broken Roads, Capes, Cities: Skylines – Remastered, Go-Go Town, Memento, Mowing Mazes, My Little Pony: Mane Merge, Unpacking and Servonauts.


Screen Queensland is committed to building a diverse and respectful Queensland screen industry.

We seek to support the creation and growth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander screen content, practitioners and representation across our industry and state. Additionally, we are committed to ensuring diverse representation across all aspects of the production and development process, including those who identify as female, LGBTQIA+, culturally and linguistically diverse, located regionally, living with disability or of lower socio-economic status.

We also strongly encourage individuals from these under-represented backgrounds to engage with us formally through our programs or informally through our events and networking opportunities.

We are a proud member of the Screen Diversity and Inclusion Network (SDIN). As such, we use The Everyone Project to benchmark and track the diversity of the Australian screen industry. Additionally, we have taken the The Panel Pledge to give rise to the visibility of female success through increased representation of women at panels, Q&As, conferences, events and more.

Screen Queensland acknowledges Aboriginal Peoples and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as Traditional Custodians of this country and recognises their connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to their Elders, past and present. At Screen Queensland we are committed to empowering and safeguarding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practitioners to share their rich culture, stories and perspectives with the Queensland and global community through screen storytelling. Always was, always will be.