Bus Stop Films are dedicated to building the confidence, English skills and life ready skills of people with an intellectual disability and others from marginalised communities, through giving them access to a ‘film school experience’.

We seek to teach students all about film studies both the craft skills and theoretical concepts too.

Our programs are taught by passionate filmmakers and industry experts to give our students a holistic filmmaking learning experience.

Students who participate in our programs benefit from exclusive workshops, excursions, mentoring with industry professionals and the opportunity to work collaboratively on a film project.

There are three programs available at our Moore Park location with a maximum of 15 students per program. These programs are delivered in partnership with Australian Film, Television and Radio School.

Venue Access

Access to a disabled parking bay available on request; Lift service to all levels;
Wheelchair access to the theatre; Wheelchair accessible toilets on all floors.
Please contact AFTRS reception on 1300 131 461 or (02) 9805 6611 for further access information.


  • Skill development
  • Social and community participation

Other Focus

We encourage participants to have Capacity Building, line item 09_008_0116_6_3 (innovative community participation) within their plans and that they be plan managed or self managed.

Find out more

For bookings and information on specific access and transport.

Tracey Corbin-Matchett


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