Today, the Minister for Creative Industries Steve Dimopoulos announced a $5.4 million skills and training package to support Victorians that are aspiring to build careers in screen.
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.
Director Poppy Stockell uncovers the highs and lows of John Farnham’s career in music in a new tell-all biopic: John Farnham: Finding the Voice.
With a perfect Rotten Tomatoes score of 100%, Melbourne-made Late Night with the Devil from Colin and Cameron Cairnes has sent audiences and critics wild as its takes on the American film festival circuit.
Acclaimed Victorian director Daina Reid has teamed up with prominent author Hannah Kent on Run Rabbit Run.
In 2017, studio co-founders Liam Esler and David Gaider met up at a conference in San Francisco and hypothesised about what their dream game studio would look like. Their theories aligned; in fact, they were almost identical.
Iranian/Australian filmmaker Noora Niasari discusses the real-life events, which inspired her debut feature, Shayda.
The ABC is investing in bold new content for its youngest audiences.
A defining time for the Victorian screen industry, 2022 has been an important year for supporting and cultivating a vibrant future for screen in the state. Read up on some of our favourite moments from the year.
Victorian indie games have been lighting up the global stage this year. From adorably evil animal cults to a physics puzzle featuring cosmonauts, get around these local Victorian artists and test-drive these trailblazing games this summer.
Producer Jeff Rafner says the ability to shoot anything in Victoria is the reason why creator, writer, and showrunner David Appelbaum and the series’ producers, Universal Television and Keshet Studios, chose to return.
Check out this sizzling collection of kids shows these summer holidays, all supported by VicScreen.
How a breakthrough attachment on Five Bedrooms kickstarted Hazal Alakus’ career behind the camera.