AACTA Screen Careers Expo

AACTA Screen Careers Expo

135 Bundall Rd, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217, Australia

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Find your future in film and tv at AACTA's Screen Career's Expo

The 2024 AACTA Screen Careers Expo is not to be missed by anyone wanting to work in the Australian screen industry. 

With representation from Tertiary and training, production companies, employers and screen agencies, the Expo is an invaluable opportunity to learn about all aspects of the exciting screen industry, the many incredible career pathways on offer, as well as the education and training available.


The Screen Careers Expo promises to be an enlightening experience for attendees, providing them with unprecedented access to industry insights, networking opportunities and a direct line to the pulse of the Screen Industry.

Running from 9am until 5pm on Sunday 11th February 2023, AACTA and Essential Screen Skills will welcome a number of leading educational providers and industry figures to Home of the Arts (HOTA) on the Gold Coast, where they will help interested students understand the endless career and training opportunities available in this leading industry.

The career panels will provide first-hand accounts of breaking into the industry, building a career in the online space and the future of the screen industry, while the networking opportunities will allow students to partake in touch and try workshops and technical craft explorations.

Special events include Vertical Filmmaking - Creating Content for Social Media, A Student’s Guide to Making Money on YouTube and Adventures in Screen: An Insider’s Guide To Careers in the Industry plus so much more!

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135 Bundall Rd, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217, Australia

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AACTA Screen Careers Expo

135 Bundall Rd, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217, Australia



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