SQ recognises the need to support creative talent and crew as they grow their careers in the screen and games industries and believes that project-based attachments that create on-the-job skills can be an integral part of career development in features, broadcast, new platforms and games.
Information for attachment applicants
Attachment opportunities are made available for productions supported by Screen Queensland. Available opportunities will be listed below.
Successful applicants are engaged for a minimum of five (5) weeks and are compensated at least $1,000 per week for their time.
Applications are strongly encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practitioners as well as practitioners identifying as female/non-binary, LGBTQIA+, disabled, regionally based and culturally and linguistically diverse.
4 x Animation Attachments (Shaun The Sheep’s Circus Show, live stage show, Circa – Brisbane)
Four animation attachment opportunities are available on the upcoming live stage show of Aardman Animation’s Shaun the Sheep, by Brisbane-based contemporary circus company Circa.
This attachment role offers a valuable opportunity to be mentored by experienced practitioners and work on an ambitious, globally-focused new project for Queensland with high profile, international partners attached.
Information for Producers
Finance, Production Attraction Strategy and PDV incentive applications must budget for early to mid-career professional attachment opportunities. Applicants should contact the SQ Content team to identify which attachment roles have the greatest demand and skills shortages.
For the Finance program, attachments should be engaged for a minimum of five (5) weeks and be compensated at least $1,000 per week for their time.
- Projects applying for under $200,000 must budget for at least 1 attachment
- Projects applying for between $200,000 up to $299,999 must budget for at least 2 attachments
- Projects applying for $300,000 or more must budget for at least 3 attachments
SQ is committed to promoting diversity in the screen industry as well as the diversity of screen stories. Screen Queensland encourages talent from underrepresented backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity; culturally and linguistically diversity; disability; sexuality and gender identities including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI+); age; and talent from regional and remote Queensland.
Where Screen Queensland is the principal state investor, applicants are also expected to utilise Queensland talent for attachments through Screen Australia’s ‘Inclusive Attachment Scheme.’
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