Bus Stop Films’ Accessible Film Studies Program is taught by industry professionals with the assistance of disability support workers. Students have the opportunity to learn all things filmmaking in some of Australia’s leading educational facilities.
The year long program is based on our Accessible Film Studies Curriculum and inclusive learning philosophy, to see our students shine and build transformative life skills including; improved social and communication skills, develop friendships, increased confidence and work ready skills.
Our students benefit from exclusive workshops, excursions, workplace opportunities, and work collaboratively on a film project.
We offer our workshops in Sydney, Parramatta, Wollongong, Canberra, Brisbane and online.
To be eligible for our programs students need to be 17+ and have a mild to moderate intellectual disability.
Our programs run from February – December each year either on a Saturday or Sunday. All programs have four terms per year and 10 classes in each term.Students enrolling are enrolling into the full year.
Our programs are supported by experienced support workers who have a real passion to seeing our students succeed within the programs and on a film set.
We’re grateful to our amazing partners who support us to deliver our Programs in accessible, creative learning environments. Our partners include the Australian Film Television and Radio School; Information +Cultural Exchange (I.C.E); Screen Canberra; Griffith Film School, Griffith University and University of Wollongong.
All programs run from February to December
Moore Park- Sundays
Western Sydney, Parramatta- Saturdays
Canberra, ACT- Saturdays
Brisbane, QLD- Sundays
Bus Stop Films is not a registered NDIS provider, however students can pay for the course using their NDIS funding. Students can be either Plan Managed or Self-Managed.
|Program fee||$6000 (full year)*|
|Enrolment fee||$100 (non-refundable)|
|Re-enrolment Fee||$50 (non-refundable)|
*Program fees are charged on a term by term basis at $1500.
Since 2018 Bus Stop Films has worked in partnership with the Arts Council of Mongolia (ACM) to deliver our Program in Ulaanbaatar. In 2019 with the support of an Australian Cultural Diplomacy grant through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade we produced an inclusively made short film Stairs. Take a look at our work with the ACM.