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Features  1 Jun 2023

Sweet As: how a teenage photo camp inspired Jub Clerc’s life in film

We spoke to Jub Clerc about creating her debut feature film, Sweet As, the enormous global reception it’s received at international film festivals, and the real-life events which inspired this transformative coming-of-age road movie. 

Features  18 May 2023

World-class claymation in production in Melbourne

Thousands of clay ears, eyes, noses, and mouths are currently on rotation in Adam Elliot’s stop-motion studio in Docklands, Melbourne. The Academy Award-winning auteur is hard at work executing his second full-length feature, Memoir of a Snail. 

Features  18 May 2023

The true story behind The Voice

Director Poppy Stockell uncovers the highs and lows of John Farnham’s career in music in a new tell-all biopic: John Farnham: Finding the Voice.

Australia Has A New Matchmaking Capital

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.

  9 May 2023

Meet the 2023 Victorian Games Development Interns

Robot Circus, Slegehammer Games and VicScreen have joined forces to deliver the second year of the Victorian Games Development Internships, announcing Phoebe Watson and Memia Lin as the successful recipients. 

  8 May 2023

Meet our new Games Intern: Phoebe Watson

Phoebe Watson aspires to pave a culturally safe path for other Indigenous creatives in the games sector. 

  8 May 2023

Meet our new Games Intern: Memia Lin

As an aspiring games practitioner, Memia has learnt the importance of backing yourself. 

Industry Updates  24 Apr 2023

Upskill with VicScreen

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.

Features  18 Apr 2023


With a perfect Rotten Tomatoes score of 100%, Melbourne-made Late Night with the Devil from Colin and Cameron Cairnes has sent audiences and critics wild as its takes on the American film festival circuit. 

New Skills Package to Fast-Track Screen Jobs

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. 

Film & TV  6 Apr 2023

Intimacy, vulnerability, growth, and desire – Love Me S2 captures it all

Melbourne’s favourite family saga, Love Me, is back for a second season and streaming all six episodes on Binge. VicScreen sat down with Series Director Bonnie Moir to learn about the next instalment of this wickedly tantalizing intergenerational drama.  

Events  29 Mar 2023

VicScreen meets SXSW

Victoria's creativity and capability in screen was on show at Australia House at SXSW Austin this month.