A young girl uses a professional camera to shoot her film.
The Lemac logo. A black box with white text and a blue camera shutter to the left of the text.

Australian and international filmmakers have shot films such as Muriel's Wedding and Red Dog and television series such as Dance Academy on equipment provided by Lemac. Lemac had a critical role in the development of KidzFlicks through their support of the Bardic Studio and providing opportunities for the young cinematographers and sound recordists on the KidzFlicks Creative Laboratorium. 

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Spectrum Films is the pre-eminent post-production facility in the Australasian region. Based in Fox Studios Australia, Spectrum Films is a creative hub for established and emerging filmmakers, providing the familiar full-service production facilities filmmakers have grown to love.

Spectrum Films remains at the forefront of industry technologies and innovation, ensuring world class support and creative excellence for many of the industry's most talented storytellers. This makes them the facility of choice for numerous feature films, television programs, documentaries and short films. Major productions have included The Metric, The Great Gatsby, Wolverine, Gods of Egypt, Lion and most recently Sir Ridley Scotts Alien: Covenant.

 

Spectrum Films provided the transcoding for the first three years of the Sydney International Festival of Films by Children until we were able to develop the skills in house. Spectrum also supported the KidzFlicks Creative Laboratorium with editing facilities from 2012 - 2014. We were very proud to offer the Spectrum Films Award for Best Documentary by a Child at the Annual KidzFlicks Awards each year.

The Blackfella Films logo. Above the text, the letter B sits in the middle of a series of squares.

For over twenty years, Blackfella Films has created innovative and high quality content across documentary and narrative in both short and feature formats for theatrical, television and online platforms. Its award-winning productions have screened at the premier of international film festivals including Sundance, Berlin and Toronto, and distinguished its team as creators and curators of distinctive Australian content.

 

The company was founded in 1992 by writer / director / producer Rachel Perkins who was joined by producer Darren Dale in 2002. 

 

A standout achievement for the company was the award-winning documentary series First Australians, which was awarded Australia’s top honours for documentary including the AFI and IF Awards, the UN Media Peace Prize, TV Week Logie, Screen Writers and Directors Guild of Australia Awards. First Australians has sold throughout the world, and is the highest selling educational title in Australia.

The Animal Logic logo. A small abstract line drawing of an oval shape with a curl coming out the left side and four vertical lines coming out the bottom like legs.

Animal Logic was established in 1991 as a 10-person enterprise and  is now one of the world’s most prolific digital studios. Credits include films such as Babe, Mouse Hunt, Face Off and The Matrix, Moulin Rouge, House of Flying Daggers, Happy Feet and Legend of the Guardians. Most recently, Animal Logic Animation moved on to dinosaurs in Walking with Dinosaurs 3D and LEGO® minifigs in the blockbuster hit, The LEGO® Movie! The Animal Logic VFX team recently completed work on The Great Gatsby, Iron Man 3, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Rover and Unbroken and is currently in production on Joss Whedon’s, The Avengers: Age of Ultron and Chen Kaige’s, The Monk. 

 

We were thrilled to have the support of Animal Logic as a sponsor of the Animal Logic Award for Best Animation by a Child for the KidzFlicks Awards. Click on their logo to enjoy their website. Young animators will be delighted.