Online Video Awards: Partners 2015

  • ScreenPro

    ScreenPro

    ScreenPro.tv gives filmmakers tools to connect with audiences. In ScreenPro.tv, members have their own pages where they can list as many projects as they like.The weekly ScreenPro bulletin gets the word out on new projects, crowdfunding campaigns, the content creators, screenings and so on.

     

  • YouTube

    YouTube

    YouTube allows billions of people to discover, watch and share originally-created videos. YouTube provides a forum for people to connect, inform, and inspire others across the globe and acts as a distribution platform for original content creators and advertisers large and small.       Jehan Ratnatunga, an Aussie working out of YouTube LA, is the Patron of the Online Video Awards.        

  • Film Victoria

    Film Victoria

     Film Victoria is the State Government agency that provides strategic leadership and assistance to the film, television and digital media sectors of Victoria. We invest in projects and people, and promote Victoria as a world-class production destination nationally and internationally. We work closely with industry and government to position Victoria as a leader in the Australian knowledge and ideas economy through the growth and development of the screen industry.

     

  • Open Channel

    Open Channel

    Open Channel is Victoria’s independent screen industry skills centre.
    A not for profit, membership-based organisation, Open Channel connects emerging and early career filmmakers to professional practice through professional development, events and networking.
    They identify emerging talent, developing people and projects from across Victoria, including those from diverse Aboriginal language groups.

  • JMC Academy

    JMC Academy

     JMC Academy is Australia's leading Creative Industries institution, offering Degrees and Diplomas in Music, Film and TV Production, 3D Animation and more.

  • Pozible

    Pozible

    Pozible is a crowdfunding platform and community-building tool for creative projects and ideas. It was developed to help people raise funds, realise their aspirations and make great things possible.
    Crowdfunding with Pozible is a way for motivated makers to access funding beyond ‘official’ channels by talking directly to switched on consumers, fans, peers and like-minded strangers. 

  • Roadshow Films

    Roadshow Films

      Partner

    Roadshow Films is Australia’s largest distributor, vast actually, with output deals in place with Warner Bros. Lions Gate, and the Weinstein Company and a stake in Film Nation. For local productions,  Roadshow’s mandate is to cultivate and distribute outstanding Australian stories that Hollywood would never think to make.

  • Madman Entertainment

    Madman Entertainment

      Partner

    Madman is Australia's leading independent theatrical, home entertainment distribution and rights management company, specialising in the wholesale distribution of DVD and BLU RAY product into sales channels throughout Australia and New Zealand.

    Other rights management activities undertaken by madman include theatrical distribution, as well as licensing for television, video-on-demand, hotel, airline and merchandise.
    Madman proudly showcases the best in collectable and special interest genres including Australian film, world cinema, TV, kids content, Anime, sports and more. 

  • Shaun Miller Lawyers

    Shaun Miller Lawyers

      Sponsor

     Media and Entertainment Law

  • Australian Directors Guild

    Australian Directors Guild

      Sponsor

    The Australian Directors Guild ADG works to promote excellence in screen direction, to encourage communication and collaboration between directors and others in the industry and to provide professional support for its members.

  • Screen Producers Australia

    Screen Producers Australia

      Sponsor

    Screen Producers Australia We strengthen partnerships that create and take great Australian stories to the world.

  • AFI/AACTA

    AFI/AACTA

      Sponsor

    The Australian Film Institute (AFI) was established in 1958 when the AFI held Australia's first ever film excellence Awards – the AFI Awards – and since then has remained committed to connecting Australian and international audiences with great Australian film and television content.