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Australian Film Future Foundation Corporate Supporters

About the AFFF

With the support of our Founding Patrons Phillip Adams AO and Prof Hon Barry Jones AC, The Board of Australian Film Future Foundation - Alan Finney AM, Ron V. Brown and Kaarin Fairfax established this non-profit organisation dedicated to preserving and protecting Australia's rich cinematic heritage. Working in partnership with the National Film and Sound Archive and Screen Australia, our mission is to enable Australian film producers and rights holders to rescue, restore and fully digitise their feature films. We believe too much of Australia's motion picture history has already been lost due to decaying film stock and the passing of time.


Established in partnership with the Ozflix streaming platform, the AFFF is working to make all existing Australian feature films fully accessible to the public, and to bring more than a century of ingenuity in storytelling back into our collective cultural narrative. We anticipate strong support from the government sector, which is being endorsed by Former Labour Premier of Victoria The Honourable John Brumby and Former Liberal Premier of Victoria The Honourable Ted Baillieu.

“This is a national issue,
a national heritage, and if it’s going to be available in the future we have to take some action now.”

- Ted Baillieu, Former Victorian Premier

“It's a project of such immense national benefit... it's such a rich part of our culture and our history”

- John Brumby, Former Victorian Premier

“People need to celebrate our wonderful films and have access to them”

- Gabrielle Trainor, Chair 
National Film & Sound Archive

“Cinema is really powerful in the way it forges a culture and reinforces who we are”

 - George Miller, Director, Writer, Producer
(Mad Max, Babe, Happy Feet)

Partnership Opportunities

The AFFF is offering the corporate sector the opportunity to support this important work. Organisations can engage through Platinum, Gold or Silver Sponsorship. Each tier offers our partners acknowledgement of their contribution via a combination of three key mechanisms:

Partnership promotional videos are a designed to give sponsors an opportunity to communicate to the public their company’s motivation for supporting the work of the Australian Film Future Foundation. Corporate Sponsors will be asked to nominate a representative who will sit down with one of the AFFF’s Celebrity Ambassadors to discuss the sponsor’s contribution to the  preservation of Australia’s screen cultural heritage. The AFFF will shoot and deliver a high quality final edited video piece of video content for sponsors to use on their own marketing channels to highlight their philanthropic engagement with Australian film to their industry clients and broader customer base.

Film restoration naming rights will affiliate your organisations name with the name of the film you restore in perpetuity. A special ‘with thanks’ title card will appear in the opening credits of all digital iterations of the restored film.

Online brand acknowledgment on the Australian Film Future Foundation website and across all social media platforms, utilising company logo or name as preferred.

Platinum Sponsorship
$ 50,000

Partnership promotional video recording session

Finished 5 minute video

Perpetual global license for use of partnership promotional video

Restoration naming rights of 5 films

Online brand acknowledgment for 6 years

Gold Sponsorship
$ 25,000

Partnership promotional video recording session

Finished 2 minute video

Perpetual global license for use of partnership promotional video

Restoration naming rights of 2 films

Online brand acknowledgment for 3 years

Silver Sponsorship
$ 10,000

Partnership promotional video recording session

Finished 1 minute video

Perpetual global license for use of partnership promotional video

Restoration naming rights of 1 film

Online brand acknowledgment for 1 year

Corporate Supporters who make donations of $10,000 or less will receive online brand acknowledgement for a twelve month period.

Our Ambassadors

Work directly with the AFFF’s Celebrity Ambassadors to preserve Australia’s rich screen history!

“Film doesn’t have a used by date, it is always valid, those stories always need to be accessed and they need to be able to be watched and experienced historically, for cultural education”

- Claudia Karvan, Actor, Producer & AFFF Ambassador
(Secret Life of Us, Love My Way)

Claudia Karvan

Claudia Karvan is one of Australia's most recognizable actresses, having achieved popular success and critical acclaim through her work in film and television.

Starring alongside our country's most acclaimed leading men - Guy Pearce, Hugh Jackman, Hugo Weaving and Bryan Brown, Karvan rose to fame in Australian classics such as The Heartbreak Kid, Dating The Enemy and Paperback Hero.


Karvan is a multi Logie, AACTA and AFI Award winning actress. As a producer she has won many popular and industry awards for her TV Drama Love My Way. Her directing credits include the tremendously popular TV Drama The Secret Life of Us.


She is passionate about the Australian Film Industry and is currently serving on the Board of Screen Australia.

John Jarratt

Best known in recent years for the role of ‘Mick Taylor’ in the Wolf Creek franchise, John Jarratt is a legend of the Australian screen industry, having appeared in an exceptionally large number of feature films and TV series. Early roles included the perennial Picnic at Hanging Rock, The Odd Angry Shot and The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith. As Quentin Tarantino’s favourite Australian actor, Jarratt recently appeared in his box office record breaking Django Unchained.


Jarratt has many producing and writing credits to his name, and has been a long time advocate of the Australian film industry. As one of the country's most prolific living actors, his support is greatly appreciated by the Australian Film Future Foundation.

"I've been in over 40 Australian films and I'd be devastated if any of them were lost forever. Please support the Australian Film Future Foundation"

- John Jarratt, Actor (Wolf Creek, Django Unchained)

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