Required for all co-production applications.
If your project received Provisional Co-production Approval before the new guidelines came into effect on 22 October 2014, you must apply for Final Approval under the previous guidelines.
Optional: if you wish to apply for provisional certification for the Producer Offset at the same time as provisional co-production approval.
If your project received Provisional Co-production Approval before the new guidelines came into effect on 22 October 2014, you must apply for Final Approval under these previous guidelines.
Explore and compare key terms from Australia's co-production treaties and MOUs
Allows you to monitor a project's balance of Australian spend, points and Australian financial contribution, and whether they meet the necessary minimum contribution.
Must be submitted with your application form.
Report on travel to Shanghai and Beijing by Chris Oliver and Ross Matthews, August 2010
Guidance on how the Producer Offset works for co-productions; tips, traps, issues
Information on Australia's International Co-production Program for 'official' or 'treaty' co-productions, including practical details on each of Australia's 11 partner countries.
Screen Australia's Terms of Trade provide guidance on how the agency will transact its business. They supplement the guidelines applying to particular programs and are reflected in Screen Australia’s contracts.
Explores Australia’s current engagement with the screen production sector across the Asian region.