Bus Stop Films is a pioneering, not-for-profit organisation that uses filmmaking and the film industry to raise the profile of people living with disabilities and other marginalised groups, on both sides of the camera.

Through our Accessible Films Studies Program and the brilliant films we create, we provide a platform for the voices and stories of our participants to be shared around the world, whilst advocating for a more inclusive film industry and society at large.


Our 40 week Accessible Films Studies Program is delivered by talented filmmakers and support workers in Sydney, Parramatta, Wollongong, Canberra, Brisbane and Online. 

Students benefit from exclusive workplace opportunities, excursions, mentoring with industry professionals and the opportunity to work collaboratively on a film project.

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Our Films

Bus Stop Films has produced over 30 films which have won more than 75 awards and reached audiences of more than 42M people world wide, check out our films!

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Partner with us

Bus Stop Films is a not for profit organisation. All tax deductible donations help to support our program which builds the confidence, English skills and life ready skills of people with an intellectual disability and others from marginalised communities, through giving them access to a film school experience.

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We’re forever grateful for the support from the corporate community to keep the bus on the road. If you’re interested in becoming a corporate partner we’d love to chat with you.

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Inclusion in Action

Inclusion in Action is a unique training workshop for the screen industry with a focus on gaining a better understanding of the rights and capacity of people living with disability and exploring pathways to their employment and engagement within organisations and productions. Inclusion in Action is underpinned by the principles of inclusive filmmaking. Online and face to face sessions are available. Get in touch today to arrange a session for yourself or your workplace!

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The Inclusive Filmmaking Toolkit

The Inclusive Filmmaking Toolkit is a FREE resource created to provide our screen and creative industries with an essential resource to help guide the sector to become more inclusive and disability-confident. The toolkit was inclusively made by Bus Stop Films and Taste Creative, with funding support from the NSW Government through Screen NSW – download the toolkit today!

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News & Events

Inclusively made feature film “Baby Cat” launches a search for its leading lady! Read more Meet our tutors: Angela Blake! Read more The Inclusive Filmmaking Toolkit Read more Our trip to The Voice Read more Shire Shorts! A student's eye view. Read more Our Visit to the ABC Studios!! Read more All aboard the bus to TIFF! Read more Bus Stop Films in Japan! Read more Jordan's travel notes and reflections on his time with Bus Stop Films, so far..... Read more Gympie "Heart of Gold" Film Festival with Jahmia Read more Me & Genevieve ready for the showcase Mel Visits Melbourne Documentary Film Festival! Read more First Prize for Direction at Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival! Read more Filmmaking and Human Rights – my journey with the short film, Gambling with Minds. Read more Kill Off at St Kilda! Read more Not Far-To-Go Read more Gratus to Fargo! Read more A selection of magical moments from 2016! Read more Yesterday, today, Temora Read more Celebrating International Day of People with Disability at Bus Stop! Read more The anniversary of my amputation 🙂 Read more Nathan Basha at Byron Bay International Film Festival! Read more Rawley at Panavision! Read more Sarah: Program Manager and Bus Stop Films Advocate Read more Authentic Casting in Action: Benjamin Phillips' Experience on 'Offspring' Read more Introducing our Ambassadors, Abby Earl and Nathan Basha! Read more 'Gratus' for the Memories Read more Monica Power: Support Worker and Undercover Superwoman at BSF Workshops Read more Advocacy, Inclusion and Diversity: An Evening with Jamie Brewer Read more Being a director: An Interview with Robin Bryan Read more Bus Stop moves to AFTRS! Read more