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.
Melbourne’s favourite family saga, Love Me, is back for a second season and streaming all six episodes on Binge. VicScreen sat down with Series Director Bonnie Moir to learn about the next instalment of this wickedly tantalizing intergenerational drama.
Queerstralia throws back the curtain on Australia’s queer history in a no-holds-barred documentary-series.
This NAIDOC Week, show your support for the First Nation screen practitioners, crew, and storytellers by watching, streaming, and supporting these key local projects.
Melbourne-based sound designer and composer James Henry is carving his own path in the music and screen industry.
The 2022 TV Week Logies Awards returned this week, with a handful of VicScreen-supported projects taking the cake.
The team behind box office smash-hit The Dry are reuniting to adapt another bestselling novel, Force of Nature, by award-winning Victorian author Jane Harper.
Six successful writers will join the teams of acclaimed Australian production companies for over 12 months, gaining significant work experience to further developing their skills, knowledge, and networks.
Victoria has attracted its biggest ever screen production, Metropolis—an epic new TV series by NBCUniversal’s Universal Studio Group which is set to create thousands of local jobs.
VicScreen is partnering with Paramount Australia and New Zealand, Blackfella Films, and Fremantle Australia to support diverse early-career screen creatives to fast-track their careers with the return of the 12-month Victorian Screen Development Internships.
Victoria's vibrant screen industry demands your attention—and for good reason.