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Attachment Register

Screen NSW's Attachment Register connects emerging and mid-career screen practitioners with productions to support their career development.

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Attachment Register

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Screen NSW recognises the need to support creative talent and crew as they grow their careers in the screen industry. Project-based attachments build on-the-job skills. As such, they can be an integral part of developing a career in features, broadcast and news platforms. Screen NSW have established an attachment register to recommend screen practitioners seeking attachment opportunities.

Key information

  • Opportunity: Be listed on Screen NSW’s Attachment Register
  • Applications: Open, rolling

Program objectives

The objectives of the program are to:

  • Support employment and sustainable career pathways for NSW-based screen practitioners
  • Identify skills gaps and aim to increase and maintain a skilled workforce
  • Foster pathways and upskilling for practitioners to progress in their chosen field
  • Contribute to the growth and sustainability of a vibrant and accessible screen sector.

Contact & support

Screen Industry and Audience team
[email protected]


Selection criteria

Assessment & award process

Application materials

Information for Producers

Screen Production applications (such as Production Finance) must budget for early to mid-career professional attachment opportunities. 

  • Productions receiving finance from Screen NSW of $100,000 to $200,000 must provide for one paid production attachment with priority given to gender equity targets and under-represented groups.
  • Projects receiving more than $200,000 must provide two attachments, at least one to be female, and at least one from priority groups: First Nations, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds, People living with disability, LGBTQIA+, Western Sydney and Regional NSW.
  • Productions receiving more the $400,000 must provide three attachments.