Interview: Jess Black – Young Filmmaker of the Year award winner

24-year-old Perth-based producer Jess Black was awarded the prestigious Young Filmmaker of the Year award at the 28th annual West Australian Screen Awards. Black and her short romantic drama Lola & Luis, written and directed by Miley Tunnecliffe, received three nominations, including Young Filmmaker, Best Film (Short Form) and Best Actor for the late Wayne Davies’…

WA Screen Awards winners announced!

Over 500 filmmakers, celebrities, media and screen industry representatives turned out to celebrate the very best in Western Australian screen production at the 28th Annual West Australian Screen Awards hosted by comedian Rhys Nicholson, at the Heath Ledger Theatre in Perth last night, Monday 4 July 2016. Presented by FTI, the WA Screen Awards (WASAs) is the premier celebration of West Australian screen culture,…

Have you submitted your film for the 28th Annual West Australian screen awards yet?

FTI are pleased to announce that nominations for The 28th Annual West Australian Screen Awards (WASAs) are now open. Entries are invited from West Australian filmmakers and game developers across 33 categories and will close at 5pm on Monday, April 4. Nominees will be announced at a function in late May and the 28th Annual WASAs will be held on Monday 4 July 2016 at the prestigious Heath Ledger Theatre at the State Theatre…

Entries are now open for the 28th Annual West Australian Screen Awards

FTI have announced that nominations are now open for 28th Annual West Australian Screen Awards (WASAs) The WASAs celebrates the vibrancy of the WA screen sector, connecting screen practitioners of all disciplines; film, television, online and interactive games, honouring high achievement, local production, dynamic content and key individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to…