Work with us
We are a female disability lead, award-winning not for profit social enterprise, with over 14+ years of inclusive filmmaking experience and are global leaders in delivering training to build the confidence and capacity of the film industry to employ people with disabilities both in front and behind the camera.
We’ve made over 65 inclusively made films which have been viewed by over 45M people worldwide and have won over 100 awards. We have a collection of films are screening on ABC Iview, SBS on Demand and Foxtel. The inclusive filmmaking practice we have pioneered sees people with disability involved in the full process from ideation through to walking the red carpet.
Since our inception we’ve placed over 1000 people with disability into employment in the screen industry. Our footprint on the film industry and our expertise make us a powerhouse to work and collaborate with.
Who we’ve worked with
Our participants have worked across the screen industry with major production companies and broadcasters, including;
- Disney Marvel
- Endemol Shine
- Mind Blowing Films
- Made up Stories
- Australian Film Television and Radio School
- ABC TV
- Ironbark Films
- Taste Creative
And many more.
What we offer
Consultancy services for the following:
- Casting brief reviews and promotion through our networks.
- Script reviews and advice.
- Business or Production support around inclusion.
All consultancy services are delivered by the Bus Stop Films Executive Team; Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer and Bus Stop Employment General Manager.
A team of set trained support workers
Bus Stop Films has a number of support workers across the country that are set trained and able to assist a person with disability in the workplace or film set. We can manage the end to end process of sourcing the support worker, liaising with the employee and the production company.
Inclusion in Action
A unique training workshop for production companies, screen industry practitioners, policy makers, producers and industry services with a focus on gaining a better understanding of the rights and capacity of people living with disability. It focuses on how companies can open pathways to employment and improve the engagement of people living with disability within organisations and productions on both sides of the camera and is underpinned by the principles of inclusive filmmaking and commercial production.
Delivered by people with disability and their allies, this 3 hour workshop provides a safe space to ask questions.