The IP Awareness Foundation is a broad membership of film and television organisations in Australia committed to educating people about the value of screen content. The IP Awareness Foundation aims to highlight the role of copyright and how the choices consumers make can contribute to the future of the film and television community in Australia. Read More

News & Resources

Music Copyright - What you need to know

The Music Matters campaign has just launched the first three animations in a new information series on using music in your creative output.

What's Copyright for?

Take 2 minutes to understand what copyright is and how it works.

My Story My content. Short film competition

Provides students with the opportunity to make a short film celebrating the screen industry and to win fantastic prizes


IP Awareness research into the online behaviour of Australians aged 12 – 16 in regard to content piracy.
Access legitimate screen content


View 30-second spot - ‘Play Your Part’ – our new anti-piracy consumer campaign, shot on the set of the Australian film unINDIAN.

Lord David Puttnam

Film Producer, Politician, Educator and Philanthropist, speaks out about copyright infringement.


Wolf Creek star John Jarratt speaks out against piracy.

The Digital Content Guide

Where to access music, film, tv, games and sport.


Find when and where movie are screening in Australian cinemas
More about copyright

New Digital Citizenship Resource

To develop students’ understanding of good digital citizenship, copyright and the impact of content piracy. Includes a guide to making a short film.

Good Money Gone Bad

Content theft is no longer just kids sharing music & movies with friends; it’s the new frontier of organised crime. Content thieves profit at the expense of content creators and consumers alike.

Thankyou Campaign

The film & TV industry thanks Australian consumers for accessing movies and TV shows legitimately.
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