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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.
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.
Production is back in Victoria in a big way with $43 million action thriller Blacklight starring Liam Neeson set to start filming in Melbourne next week, creating more than 500 local jobs for cast and crew, as well as 550 roles for extras.
Over the past month, we have been addressing the immediate challenges facing creatives, screen practitioners and screen businesses caused by the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19). Our focus is to not only support our industry right now, but ensure a swift and efficient recovery.
Nominees for the 2019 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel have been announced, and we’re thrilled to see so many Film Victoria supported productions in contention.
The finalists for the 2019 Screen Producers Australia (SPA) Awards have been announced, with Victorian production businesses well represented among the contenders.
Congratulations to the Film Victoria supported projects and Victorian talent recognised at the 2019 TV Week Logie Awards.