• Three Actors Required for AFTRS Proof of Concept

    Multiple roles   •   16 October 2019
    ‘Prick’ is a proof of concept drama short about a callous young man who’s into cactuses and dick. The film consists largely of vignettes to establish the tone and mood of the piece, with some minim...
  • Asian Talent Required for Multi-Cultural Short Film

    Multiple roles   •   19 September 2019
    A Point of Difference is a feature-length coming of age drama exploring the nuance and subtleties of race and identity beyond right and wrong, seen through the eyes of Richard, a young Chinese Univ...
  • Looking for the 'Mother' Character Role for 'SISTAS', the Web Series

    Females, 28 to 59   •   8 September 2019
    SISTAS is a Web Series made by AFTRS students. We have made a great 5 episode series, and we need the Mother for the season finale episode! Episode 1 is on YouTube, if you type in 'SISTAS - Episode...
  • Register your interest in AFTRS project castings

    Any gender, any age   •   12 August 2019
    Welcome to the AFTRS Casting Hub, where you can see all the projects that BA and MA film production students are currently casting. Hit ‘Apply Now’ to be notified when students are actively castin...

Established in 1973 under an act of Federal Parliament, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is the nation's premier screen and broadcast school, the only Australian school consistently rated in the top 15 international film schools by industry bible, The Hollywood Reporter.

AFTRS' purpose is to find and empower Australian talent to shape and share their stories with the world by delivering industry-relevant and future-focused education, research and training. We seek to be the reference point for innovation in screen, sound, and story-making, globally. To ensure AFTRS reflects Australian society, diversity is supported across all the School's activities, with a focus on supporting the best talent, from all backgrounds, into careers in the ndustry.

We ensure current practitioners maintain and sharpen their skills via short courses and industry certificates.

AFTRS finds, develops and supports Australian storytelling talent from early inspiration to the highest levels of professional practice, helping build the stories that connect, surprise and move us all.