VicScreen has launched the First Peoples Writers’ Workshop, a new initiative that is committed to developing First Peoples creative talent within the Victorian screen industry.
Today, the Minister for Creative Industries Steve Dimopoulos announced a $15 million rebate for games, VFX and animation production in Victoria.
The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) celebrates the largest annual celebration of Indian cinema outside India. IFFM showcases some of the most diverse, inclusive, groundbreaking films and filmmakers, whilst encapsulating the best of Indian cinema from the Indian subcontinent. Here are some of the highlights of the 2023 festival.
The Melbourne International Film Festival’s (MIFF) 71st edition boasts some of the most anticipated films of the year. We’ve pulled together a list of VicScreen supported films that we’ll be adding to our watchlist this year.
VicScreen is calling on Australian game developers to mark their calendars for 5 October 2023 and participate in Australia's foremost games market, Play Now Melbourne.
Today marks the launch of Play Now Melbourne, the inaugural Australian international games market.
This National NAIDOC week, celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by hitting play on some of the best TV series and films from First Nations creators.
Esteemed financial services expert, Jenny Taing OAM has been appointed to the VicScreen Board.
The Defenders documents the true story of Bahraini footballer turned Australian asylum seeker, Hakeem al-Araibi, and the people who fought to save him from a life-threatening ordeal.
Four feature films from VicScreen's inaugural Originate Features initiative are set to be fully financed and greenlit through a $2.8 million investment and applications open for the groundbreaking TV development program, Originate Series.
We spoke to Jub Clerc about creating her debut feature film, Sweet As, the enormous global reception it’s received at international film festivals, and the real-life events which inspired this transformative coming-of-age road movie.
Thousands of clay ears, eyes, noses, and mouths are currently on rotation in Adam Elliot’s stop-motion studio in Docklands, Melbourne. The Academy Award-winning auteur is hard at work executing his second full-length feature, Memoir of a Snail.