STOCKTON BRIDGE and the suburb’s sand dunes have taken centre stage in a video intended to encourage domestic and international filmmakers to use NSW locations as natural backdrops.
Arts, screen and culture agency Create NSW will use the three minute promotional video A place for every story – featuring more than 50 NSW landscapes – to promote the state to the film making industry.
It also highlights how the state’s scenery can double for locations across the US, the UK, Asia, Europe and the Middle East and how Fox Studios is located 10 minutes from the CBD.
Minister for the Arts Don Harwin unveiled the video ahead of a marketing campaign aimed at Hollywood and international producers.
He said NSW locations had recently been used in Peter Rabbit, Alien: Covenant and Pacific Rim: Uprising.