VicScreen is the Victorian Government’s creative and economic screen development agency. Behind the scenes, supporting professionals, infrastructure, projects and events – elevating Victoria as a global screen destination.
Building on our rich legacy of screen industry support, Film Victoria has evolved into VicScreen, better representing the entire screen ecosystem and promoting Victoria as a world-leading centre for screen.
You’ll find us wherever the action is. Investing in production and content development. Industry placements. Filming incentives. Location assistance. Skills training. Industry events. Partnership activities. And anything else that boosts Victoria’s standing as a global screen powerhouse.
Whether you’re in planning, production, animation, post-production, visual effects or games development – we’re helping behind the scenes and across the screen ecosystem.
From production on The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978) to The Dry (2020) and Wentworth (2013-2021) to Clickbait (2021). Visual effects on ’the greatest Marvel movie of all-time’ Spiderman: No Way Home, and games like Untitled Goose Game and The Sims FreePlay. Victoria’s screen history is as rich as it is diverse.
→ 1976: Established as the Victorian Film Corporation.
→ 1982: Became Film Victoria through the creation of Film Victoria Act 1981.
→ 1997: Integrated with the State Film Centre of Victoria, to form Cinemedia Corporation, under the Cinemedia Corporation Act 1997.
→ 2001: Film Act 2001 abolished Cinemedia Corporation and established Film Victoria and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) as separate statutory authorities.
→ 2015: Film Victoria integrated with Creative Victoria alongside government agencies across arts and culture, screen and design.
→ 2021: Launch of Victoria’s Screen Industry Strategy 2021-2025, a whole of Victorian Government plan to reshape and expand Victoria’s screen industry.
→ 2022: Film Victoria re-branded to VicScreen, better reflecting the diversity of screen activity the agency supports, from film, television, online, VR and digital games.
Our commitment to workplace safety is there for everyone to see in our Safe Workplace Statement.
→ Are committed to actively working to eliminate sexual harassment, discrimination and bullying in our industry.
→ Have zero tolerance for unsafe workplace behaviours at VicScreen, on all projects and initiatives we fund, and at all events and activities we manage and support.
→ Have updated the Victorian Screen Industry Code of Conduct with our commitment to safe workplaces, so every professional works from the same script.
We’re committed to supporting mental health at VicScreen HQ, and in the workplaces of those we support.
→ Expecting industry-wide compliance with the Victorian Screen Industry Code of Conduct and our Safe Workplace Statement.
→ Providing support, education and information on mental health for all VicScreen staff.
→ Collaborating as part of the Arts Wellbeing Collective – an Arts Centre Melbourne initiative in partnership with WorkSafe Victoria, supporting mental health and wellbeing in creative workplaces. Because we all have a role to play in creating environments for people to thrive.
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