Online Video Awards: Partners 2016

  • Screen Queensland

    Screen Queensland

    Screen Queensland (SQ) supports a creative, innovative and successful screen industry through development and production investment; secures production to Queensland; and delivers an active screen culture across the state.

  • Brisbane Marketing

    Brisbane Marketing

    Brisbane Marketing is Brisbane’s greatest supporter. They are the driving force behind Brisbane’s growing reputation as a progressive and globally connected city. Brisbane Marketing is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brisbane City Council and they aspire to be one of the world’s best economic development agencies.

  • Brisbane Powerhouse

    Brisbane Powerhouse

    Brisbane Powerhouse is Queensland’s home for contemporary culture, a magnificent power station of the 1920s reborn as an arts centre on the Brisbane River. Over 700,000 visitors a year see 1250+ performances at Brisbane Powerhouse, with a year-round program featuring events across music, comedy, writers + ideas, dance, film, visual arts, digital arts, theatre and music theatre.

  • 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.        

  • 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.

     

  • 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.