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.
Looking for a career in film and TV? Meet Alice Zhao and Paula Salini, two talented screen practitioners who have been supported through VicScreen’s Screen Industry Skills Development program.
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.
NantStudios, a leading technology-driven virtual production studio based in Los Angeles, have built two new LED in-camera VFX stages at Docklands Studios Melbourne, including the world's largest LED volume.
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.
Film Victoria has appointed industry-leading practitioners to the team.
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.
Minister for Creative Industries Danny Pearson today launched VICSCREEN, investing a record $120.7 million as part of a $191.5 million four-year strategy to put Victoria at the forefront of the global screen entertainment boom.
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.
Congratulations to the teams at Wilding Productions, Happening Films and LateNite Films who were behind the three Victorian projects selected as finalists in the inaugural Unreal Engine Real-Time Short Film Challenge.
Have your say and contribute to the Victorian Government Screen Industry Strategy (2021-2025) to guide future investment in Victoria's screen industry.
In partnership with Film Victoria, Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) has launched State of Play, a new $25,000 documentary game pitching initiative.