Make it in Qld

Made in Queensland

Queensland has a long track record of local production, as well as attracting interstate and international productions from such companies as MGM, Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, Universal Studio Group, Walt Disney Pictures, Marvel Studios and Netflix.

For 30 years Screen Queensland (formerly known as the Pacific Film and Television Commission) has supported a strong local sector, producing back-to-back films, series and, in more recent years, games. This history of continuous production has made Queensland a world-renowned screen hub, home to a skilled and experienced local film and game producers, as well as a base of local crew, post-production experts.


  • Nautilus (2022, The Walt Disney Company for Disney+)
  • Upright, Season 2 (2022)


  • Godzilla vs Kong Sequel (Legendary Pictures)


  • Elvis biopic directed by Baz Luhrmann (Release TBA, Warner Bros.)
  • Escape from Spiderhead (Netflix)
  • Black Site (Story Bridge Films)
  • Thirteen Lives, directed by Ron Howard ( Imagine Entertainment, MGM)
  • The Wilds season 2, (Amazon Original)
  • The Portable Door (Story Bridge Films, The Jim Henson Company)
  • True Spirit (Netflix)
  • Untitled Netflix Original starring Adam Demos & Victoria Justice (Hoodlum & Netflix)
  • Taylor’s Island (Fremantle Australia)
  • Darby & Joan (CJZ for Acorn TV)
  • Irreverent (2021, Universal Studio Group)
  • Ticket to Paradise (2021, Universal Pictures)

Queensland Film and Series


  • Christmas on The Farm (2021, Hoodlum, Stan)
  • Bluey, Seasons 1 & 2 (2018-2020, Ludo Studio)
  • Hating Peter Tatchell (2021, WildBear Entertainment)
  • The Bureau of Magical Things, Seasons 1 & 2 (2018 – 2021, Jonathan M. Shiff Productions).
  • Dive Club (The Steve Jaggi Company)
  • Strait to the Plate (2021, Lone Star Productions)
  • This Little Love of Mine (The Steve Jaggi Company)
  • Incarceration Nation (Bacon Factory Films)
  • All My Friends Are Racist (2021, Maximo Entertainment, Hoodlum Entertainment, Oombarra Productions)
  • Harrow, Season 3 (2021, Hoodlum Entertainment, ABC Studios International)
  • Birdsville or Bust (2021, Mint Pictures)
  • Bowled Over: A Dragumentary (2021, Flick Chicks)
  • Daisy Quokka: World’s Scariest Animal (2021, Like a Photon Creative)
  • The Wishmas Tree (2020, Like a Photon Creative)
  • A Dingo’s Got My Baby: The Lindy Chamberlain Story (2020, Orange Entertainment Co)
  • Love Opera (2020, Freshwater Pictures)
  • Combat Wombat (2020,Like a Photon Creative)
  • Slim & I (2020, Pictures in Paradise)
  • Wawu: Divine Hope (2020, Insights Media)
  • My Family Matters: Ipswich (2020, Bacon Factory Films)
  • Retrograde (2020, Unless Pictures and Orange Entertainment Co.)
  • Brock Over The Top (2020, WildBear Entertainment)
  • Swimming for Gold (2020, The Steve Jaggi Company)
  • Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks (2019, WildBear Entertainment)
  • Blue Water Empire (2019, Lone Star Productions)
  • Content (2019, Ludo Studio)
  • The Strange Chores (2019, Ludo Studio)
  • Wik Vs Queensland (2018, Bacon Factory Films, Bent3Land Productions, Freshwater Pictures
  • Grace Beside Me, (2018, Inkey Media, Magpie Pictures)
  • The Second (2018, Screen Queensland and Stan)
  • Troppo (EQ Media and Beyond Entertainment for ABC TV Australia)

International and Interstate Productions


  • David Attenborough’s Life in Colour (2021, SeaLight Pictures and HumbleBee Films for BBC and Netflix)
  • Australian Survivor Season 6 & 7 (2021, Endemol Shine Australia)
  • Young Rock Season 1 & 2 (2021, Universal Studio Group)
  • Godzilla vs Kong (2021, Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros.)
  • Holey Moley Australia (2021, Endemol Shine)
  • Love and Monsters (2020, Paramount Pictures)
  • At Last 玩命三日 (2020, Story Bridge Films, Monumental Films)
  • Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019, Paramount Pictures)
  • Reef Break (2019, ABC Studios International)
  • Guardians of the Tomb 谜巢(2018, Grand Canal Pictures,大河影业, Arclight Films)
  • Aquaman (2018, Warner Bros.)
  • Pacific Rim Uprising ( 2018, Legendary Pictures)
  • Thor: Ragnarok (2017, Marvel Studios)
  • Kong: Skull Island (2017, Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros.)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017, Walt Disney Pictures)
  • The Shallows (2016, Columbia Pictures)
  • The Age of Adeline ( 2015, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Lakeshore Entertainment.)
  • San Andreas (2015, Warner Bros.)
  • Unbroken, Directed by Angelina Jolie, written by Joel and Ethan Cohen (2014, Legendary Pictures)
  • Iron Sky (2012, Blind Spot Pictures, 27 Films ProductionNew Holland Pictures)
  • Terra Nova (2011, Amblin Television, Chernin Entertainment, Kapital Entertainment, Siesta Productions, 20th Century Fox Television)
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010, Walt Disney Pictures, Fox 2000 Pictures, Walden Media)
  • The Pacific (2010, DreamWorks Television, Playtone)
  • Joe vs Carole (2022, NBC Universal)

The below highlighted productions were supported by the Pacific Film and Television Commission (PTFC), which changed its name to Screen Queensland in November 2009. The PFTC was established in 1991 – the same year that Village Roadshow Studios opened, providing Australia’s first world-class studio complex suited for international, large-scale production.

  • Australia Directed by Baz Luhrmann (2008, Bazmark Films Australia, Ingenious Media)
  • Fool’s Gold (2008, De Line Pictures)
  • Nim’s Island (2008, Walden Media)
  • The Marine (2006, WWE Films, 20th Century Fox)
  • House of Wax (2005, Village Roadshow Pictures, Dark Castle Entertainment)
  • Peter Pan (2003, Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Revolution Studios, Red Wagon Entertainment, Allied Stars)
  • Inspector Gadget 2 (2003, Walt Disney Pictures)
  • Scooby-Doo 1 & 2 (2002, Warner Bros.)
  • The Thin Red Line (1998) (Fox 2000 Pictures, Phoenix Pictures, Geisler-Roberdeau)
  • Paradise Road (1997)
  • The Phantom (1996, Village Roadshow Pictures, The Ladd Company, Hearst Entertainment)
  • Jackie Chan’s First Strike 警察故事4之簡單任務 (1996, Golden Harvest  嘉禾娛樂事業集團有限公司)
  • The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996, Edward R. Pressman Film Corporation)
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995, Fox Family Films, Saban Entertainment, Toei Company)
  • Flipper – The New Adventures (1995 – 2000, Samuel Goldwyn Television, Roadshow Television, MGM Television, Coote-Hayes Productions)
  • Street Fighter (1994, Edward R. Pressman Film Corporation)
  • Time Trax (1993-1994 Gary Nardino Productions, Lorimar Television, Warner Bros. Television
  • Fortress (1993, Davis Entertainment , Village Roadshow Pictures)
  • Sniper (1993) (Baltimore Pictures, Iguana Producciones)
  • Until the End of the World (1991, Road Movies Filmproduktion GmbH, Argos Films, Village Roadshow Pictures)

Supported Games

(Highlights, released and in development)

  • Planetation (2bit Studios)
  • Dros (EmergeWorlds)
  • Runaway Mage (Misfit VR)
  • Anytown Garage Sale Monsters (Binary Zero)
  • Blueberry (Mellow Games)
  • Capes (Defiant Development)
  • Potions Express (Minor Miracle Games)
  • Foolproof (Witch Beam Games)
  • Ardent Roleplay (Ardacious)
  • Lifeboat Earth (Alex Butterfield)
  • Lanterns (Artefact Assembly)
  • Virtual Maiwar (Bilbie Pty Ltd)
  • Safari Antics (Cog Studio)
  • Endless Runner X (TBC Company)
  • Unpacking (Witch Beam)
  • Speaking Simulator (Affable Games)
  • Damsel (Screwtape Studios)
  • Super Drop Land (Lamington Games)
  • Richie’s Plank Experience PSVR, Vive Focus (Toast VR)
  • Phantom Abyss (Team WIBY)
  • Nightmare VR (Cog Studio)