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As NSW’s film agency, Screen NSW supports our screen industry through a vast range of initiatives and promotes NSW as a premier filmmaking destination.

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Screen NSW

Screen NSW champions creative innovation and economic sustainability for the state’s content creators and digital storytellers. 

As a NSW Government agency, we lead industry change to foster local content for a global audience, no matter the size of the screen.

From ground-breaking storytelling to cutting-edge digital games and post-production VFX, we help develop the people and places that make NSW the premier screen destination in Australia.

Location incentives, filming grants, and industry rebates attract major international investment and boost local production.

Screen NSW. A place for every story. 

 

Our Leadership

Screen NSW is part of Create NSW, the NSW Government’s arts and culture agency within the Department of Enterprise, Investment and Trade. As part of Create NSW we support the arts, culture and screen sectors through the ambitions of excellence, access and strength.

We support and engage with the diverse communities across NSW, a place where art and culture thrive.

 

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Kyas Hepworth, Head of Screen NSW

Kyas has spent her career working in the screen and creative arts sector, championing and advocating for practitioners to elevate their voices. With a passion for bringing distinctive and genuine stories to the screen, Kyas has collaborated with and supported numerous high-profile screen creatives and productions.

As the Head of Screen NSW, Kyas spearheads the state’s film and production strategy and advances NSW’s position both in digital games and as one of the leading national and international screen and post-production destinations. Prior to joining Screen NSW, Kyas served as the Head of Commissioning and Programming at NITV.

Her extensive creative expertise spans across feature films, documentaries, television series, and web series, having worked with esteemed organizations such as SBS, the Australian Film Television and Radio School, and Screen Australia. Kyas currently sits on the Board of AusFilm and has held positions as a board member for the Australian International Documentary Conference and as an ambassador for the Natalie Miller Fellowship.

In 2021 Kyas was honoured as an Official Competition Jury Member for the 68th Sydney Film Festival, and in 2023 she was selected as a Featured Speaker at the inaugural SXSW Sydney.

 

Our Team

 For general Screen NSW enquiries, please contact: [email protected]

Our Committee

The Film and Television Industry Advisory Committee acts as an independent advisory body for the New South Wales Arts Minister.

Photo credit: John Platt. Ryan Corr, Joanne Froggatt & DOP Earle Dresner on the set of THE COMMONS. A PLAYMAKER production for STAN.