"Otherlife" courtesy of See Pictures

"Looking For Grace" courtesy of Taylor Media

"An Accidental Soldier" courtesy of Taylor Media.

"Wasted on the Young" courtesy of WBMC.

"Jandamarra's War" courtesy of Electric Pictures and Wawili Pitjas.

“Lockie Leonard” courtesy of Goalpost Pictures

“Cloudstreet” courtesy of Screentime, photo by David Dare Parker

“Red Dog” courtesy of Woss Group Film Productions, photo by David Darcy

“The Great Mint Swindle” courtesy of CordellJigsaw/Zinc Finger Films

“Blame” courtesy of 3monkeyfilms and Factor 30 Films


The Professional Film Crew of Western Australia is an incorporated not-for-profit association, established with the aim of providing representation for the professional crew of the Western Australian film and television industry.

Professional Film Crew Western Australia Incorporated (PFCWA) formed in Perth 2009.

Interested in becoming a member?

Learn more about the benefits of joining PFCWA.

Check out the PFCWA blog!

Full members can also check out our members forum. If you're a crew pro, then we'd love you to join.

Our Vision

To promote professional Western Australian film and television crew to the screen industry.

PFCWA, in a collaborative effort with other like-minded industry associations and individuals, is focused on building and securing a sustainable film industry in WA.
We are committed to assist in lobbying government and private enterprise for suitable film industry infrastructure, for now and the future.

We support the promotion of WA as a filming location and provide information about the Professional Film Crew of Western Australia members.
We seek to encourage our membership to continually achieve the highest level of professional standards through the provision of information, networking opportunities and further training.

We endeavour to provide a strong sense of community for our members through ongoing communication, support and social activity.

ScreenWestMember of the Chamber of Arts and Culture (Western Australia)