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Sweet Milk Lake is Harvey Zielinski’s first full-length screenplay and has been selected as one of VicScreen’s top-four finalists in the inaugural Originate program.
Katie Found and Markella Kavenagh chat Into the Blue, one of the top four projects selected for VicScreen's current Originate funding program.
Set in 1970s coastal Victoria, Wayward Strand is a Melbourne-made game with a big heart.
Set in one holiday house, perched on a sand dune in Fairhaven overlooking one of Victoria’s most picturesque inlets, comes the brand-new, feel-good dramedy, Summer Love.
When filmmaker Goran Stolevski began writing Of an Age, his hometown in Melbourne's north-east took on a different light.
"You just may not have the skills at the moment, but don't let it hold you back."
Victoria is continuing to prove why it’s the epicentre of Australia’s games industry, profiling an incredible slate of upcoming locally made digital games and welcoming the second year of the Victorian Games Development Internship.
Growing representation on screen, one first date at a time.
How the nation’s longest running soap opera doubled as a training ground for screen practitioners, creating a legacy beyond the episodes of Neighbours.
The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is turning 70! Here's your go-to guide of festival highlights, supported by VicScreen.
VicScreen, Paramount Australia and New Zealand, Blackfella Films and Fremantle Australia have announced Gina Song and Madeleine Ruskin as the successful recipients of the highly coveted Victorian Screen Development Internships.
This NAIDOC Week, show your support for the First Nation screen practitioners, crew, and storytellers by watching, streaming, and supporting these key local projects.