We are believing for a world where everyone has equal opportunity to try, to succeed and even fail.
People living with disability make up 20% of our global population, yet we are a long way from seeing this diversity reflected in film, television and online. That’s why we help organisations to create employment opportunities for people living with disability pursuing professional careers in the film and creative industries both in front and behind the camera.
Inclusively Made was founded by pioneers of inclusive film production, Henry Smith and Genevieve Clay-Smith, combining more than 20 years of filmmaking and commercial production experience as the global leaders in inclusive filmmaking.
Our goal is to shape a world where the stories that are told are truly reflective of all people in society, shifting the conversations from feeling ‘inspired’ to ‘empowered’.
Mentors who Care
Meet our Founders
With backgrounds in feature film and TV production and over 15 years of production experience, Henry Smith and Genevieve Clay-Smith have been championing and paving a pathway for the inclusion of people living with disability on creative productions all over the world.
CO-FOUNDER & CEO
Meet our Board of Directors & Advisors
TREASURER, INCLUSIVELY MADE
CHAIR, AI MEDIA
CHAIR, SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL
DEPUTY CHAIR, AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER, NINE
FOUNDER, FAMILY FRIENDLY WORKPLACES
Tracey Corbin-Matchett OAM
CEO, BUS STOP FILMS
DISABILITY ACTIVIST AND SPEAKER
DIRECTOR, PAGE HARRISON
DIRECTOR, DECADE OF ACTION
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Bus Stop Films
Bus Stops Films has been in operation since 2009, teaching adults with disabilities and others from marginalised communities film studies. Bus Stop uses filmmaking and the film industry to change community attitudes globally around the rights and contribution to society of and by people with disability.