Create NSW recognises the need to support creative talent and crew as they grow their careers in the screen industry. Project-based attachments that create on-the-job skills can be an integral part of career development in features, broadcast and new platforms. Create NSW have established an attachment register to capture the details of screen practitioners seeking attachment opportunities.
Before submitting an expression of interest for inclusion on the register, please read the Guidelines here.
Who is eligible?
You must be a resident of NSW, and have been for the last 6 months.
You must be an early or mid-career screen practitioner.
You must be an individual, have a valid ABN and, if required by law, be registered for GST.
Please read these guidelines alongside the Create NSW Terms of Trade for our general eligibility requirements.
Create NSW Attachment Requirements
Screen Production applications must budget for early to mid-career professional attachment opportunities.
Applications for the Screen Momentum Initiative can be applied for via a seperate form found here
How will the attachment be selected?
Create NSW will maintain an attachment register for practitioners who are interested in undertaking an attachment role. Once the production has identified their requirements, the Screen Industry Development team will review the register and prepare a shortlist of up to three names. This shortlist will be sent to the production house to review and interview before deciding on their preferred applicant.
Expressions of Interest will be assessed for inclusion on the register against a common set of criteria.
Those included on the register will have demonstrated:
What reporting is required after the attachment?
Once the attachment is completed, a acquittal report from both the production company and the attachment will be required. The acquittal report templates will be provided by Create NSW.
Create NSW is committed to promoting diversity of opportunity in the screen industry as well as the diversity of screen stories. Alongside its commitment to gender equality and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representation, Create NSW supports the expansion of talent and stories from all genders, cultural backgrounds and sexual orientations.
Create NSW is subject to the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 in managing your personal information. For the full Create NSW Privacy Notice click here.