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Victorian writer Alberto Di Troia is one of six screenwriting creatives from across Australia to have been selected as inaugural participants in the Emerging Writers’ Incubator.
Ahead of Melbourne International Games Week next month, Victoria’s digital games industry has received another boost with a $4.3 million investment in local games projects, businesses and creators.
Award-winning Melbourne VFX studios Luma Pictures and Method Studios share what it was like to work on the new Marvel blockbuster, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
From Universal 1440 Entertainment, the next chapter in the Woody Woodpecker movie franchise brings the world-famous woodpecker’s signature laugh, wacky antics and wisecracks to Victoria.
Impact Australia 2 has officially sprung into action, with the second-year of the coveted accelerator program kicking off today.
While locations around Melbourne doubled for Oakland, California, the eight-part series also showcases the talent of Melbourne-based key creatives and crew.
From Clickbait to La Brea, Alice Zhao reflects on the opportunities and skills that being a part of Film Victoria's Professional Attachments Program gave her.
From enduring masterpieces to bold award-winning short films, experience the dazzling drama and heartfelt storytelling of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne.
Plan your perfect festival schedule for MIFF 2021 with these essential picks, all supported by Film Victoria.
Through Film Victoria, the Victorian Government is backing the state’s digital creators to create stories for platforms like TikTok and YouTube, which engage millions of fans across the world.
Film Victoria has announced a $3.9 million investment in 12 screen productions including series three of popular LGBTIQA+ YouTube series Flunk.
Building upon the success of last year’s inaugural program, Impact and Gentle Giant Media Group are launching Impact Australia 2, the follow up to the highly coveted screenwriter accelerator program, which will be held this year in Melbourne, with principal funding from Screen Australia and Film Victoria.