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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.
Melbourne-based sound designer and composer James Henry is carving his own path in the music and screen industry.
From application tips to making the most of your internship, meet the alumni making career moves with the support of VicScreen.
From the viral success of Melbourne-made Netflix series Clickbait to the ambitious reveal of Victoria's Screen Industry Strategy, it's been a defining year for the Victorian screen industry.
A triumph of storytelling and technology, Australian drama Fires showcases the wide-ranging benefits of virtual production.
Award-winning Melbourne VFX studios Luma Pictures and Method Studios share what it was like to work on the new Marvel blockbuster, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
While locations around Melbourne doubled for Oakland, California, the eight-part series also showcases the talent of Melbourne-based key creatives and crew.
From Clickbait to La Brea, Alice Zhao reflects on the opportunities and skills that being a part of Film Victoria's Professional Attachments Program gave her.
Made possible by a plethora of acclaimed Australian talent, Mortal Kombat showcases the world-class skills of Victoria's in-demand VFX industry.
As Victoria’s screen industry continues to grow, the significance of collaboration, community and sustainable infrastructure has never been more important. Meet the new Melbourne Screen Hub.