Queerstralia throws back the curtain on Australia’s queer history in a no-holds-barred documentary-series.
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.
Today, at the 2023 Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC), VicScreen unveiled a bold new initiative - Originate Factual - designed to support Victorian factual producers, writers and directors to create high-end documentary series for global audiences.
Beck Cole delves into the origins of acclaimed project We Are Still Here, the joy of working with filmmakers from other Indigenous nations, and the reaction of audiences around the world to the film.
Director Corrie Chen and producer Amanda Higgs share the highs and lows of creating this deeply personal drama, premiering 17 February on Stan.
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.
Acclaimed Victorian director Daina Reid has teamed up with prominent author Hannah Kent on Run Rabbit Run.
Summerfall Studios and VicScreen have joined forces to support three emerging game developers - helping them to kickstart rewarding careers in Victoria's growing games sector.
In 2017, studio co-founders Liam Esler and David Gaider met up at a conference in San Francisco and hypothesised about what their dream game studio would look like. Their theories aligned; in fact, they were almost identical.
When Karly Taylor first decided to pursue work in digital games, she felt like an outsider. With only her love for creative writing and storytelling in her back pocket, what started as a chance application soon became a viable career move: the VicScreen Specialist Placement Program revealing a clear path to enter the industry.
Iranian/Australian filmmaker Noora Niasari discusses the real-life events, which inspired her debut feature, Shayda.