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Screen Tasmania

Screen Tasmania, a business unit of the Department of State Growth, is the Tasmanian Government body responsible for supporting and developing the state's film, television and multimedia industries by increasing the amount of independent screen production occurring in Tasmania.

Features (4)

Little J and Big Cuz
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‘Little J and Big Cuz’ and their Tasmanian family

Little J & Big Cuz is a new 13 part animated television series that explores the home and school lives of young Indigenous Australians. It is the story of two cousins living with their Nanna and pet Old Dog, following them on their adventures at school, in the playground, home and the outback. It is the first children's television show in Australia that targets a young Indigenous audience and captures the joy and excitement of the contemporary lives of the Aboriginal characters as they discover their world.
Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola on the set of 'Rosehaven'
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Behind the scenes of Rosehaven

Rosehaven is a small (fictional) town in Tasmania, it is proper country, beyond the reach of tree changers. Daniel (Luke McGregor) is moving home to take over the family real-estate business while his domineering and frankly terrifying mother is incapacitated. Daniel’s best friend and perpetual teenager, Emma (Celia Pacquola), arrives at Daniel’s door, hiding out from a marriage that didn’t last the honeymoon.
The Light Between Oceans shot at Stanley, Tasmania
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Meet Stanley, Tasmania’s latest film star

Tasmania is quick becoming a well-known destination in Hollywood, with iconic scenery and charm of our towns captivating some of the world’s best known producers. The historic town of Stanley in Tasmania's north west hosted some of the biggest names in Hollywood during the shoot of The Light Between Oceans, one of the latest films to feature our favourite island.