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.
Today at PAX Australia, the Minister for Creative Industries Steve Dimopoulos announced Originate Games—a dynamic new initiative that will champion Victorian game developers who have projects in early-stage development.
Nine Australian writers have been selected to participate in the highly coveted screenwriter accelerator, Impact Australia, delivered by Impact and Gentle Giant Media Group.
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.
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.
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.