“We talk about editors on The Voice, there probably aren’t too many of those sorts of people over there,” Mr Mott said.
“I don’t mean for this to be a negative, there would need to be a community, a hub of specialist people that saw it as a great opportunity to live in an amazing state but to know there was work over there.
“That could be a controversial comment to make but it is certainly something that we look at.
“Ideally what you’d want is to set up a community of expertise with individuals who could move from one show to the next with that sort of skill set.”
While the skills base would be an issue Mr Mott said now was a good time for WA to dip its toes in the film sector because there was a lack of studio availability in NSW where the…