Games industry leader, Lisy Kane has been appointed to the VicScreen Board.
More than 156 Victorians have brought Seth Macfarlane’s obscene yet loveable bear, Ted, to life for a new television series announced today by NBCUniversal.
The inaugural Originate Factual has officially kickstarted with twelve Victorian producers, writers and directors selected to be part of the bold new initiative.
Sony PlayStation, Devolver Digital, Massive Monster, Fellow Traveller, Ultra Players, Team 17, Raw Fury, Akupara Games and Shueisha Games have now joined Meta, Landfall Games and Kepler Interactive to search for the next big games to come out of Australia.
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.
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.
The universally beloved franchise, The Bachelor, is heading to Australia's most liveable city, where, for the first time in the history of the series, roses will be handed out on Victorian soil.
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.
Victoria's pipeline of screen productions continues to grow, with crime thriller Sleeping Dogs the latest international production attracted to the state through VicScreen's Victorian Screen Incentive.
Victoria's screen industry is set to reap the benefits of the latest international production to come to the state, Ricky Stanicky, which will create over 350 jobs for Victorian crew, and 850 roles for local cast, casuals and extras - providing valuable employment and development opportunities for local screen practitioners.
Co-Curious has today announced the eight screenwriters selected for the Victorian iteration of its successful Stories From Another Australia (SFAA) program.