Nearly 50 projects will benefit from $1.2 million through Screen Australia's Premium and Generate Funds, including new work from 'Class of 07' creator Kacie Anning and multi-hyphenate Leah Purcell.
Everything from classical music to the conversation around climate change will be explored in the five new documentaries to share $2.2 million of funding from Screen Australia.
No Coincidence Media and Umbrella Entertainment have put the call out for First Nations screenwriters to submit their feature ideas, offering to fund one concept with development costs of up to $40,000.
A documentary series centred on young athletes and a dramedy about two single mums living in the remote Northern Territory are among the seven online projects to receive more than $1 million from Screen Australia.
Screen Australia has unveiled the two studios that will share $600,000 through its First Nations Games Studio Fund, while also announcing $2.4 million for 21 games as part of the Games: Expansion Pack.
Screen Canberra has announced it put $498,832 towards 10 different projects across the 2022-23 financial year via the CBR Screen Investment Fund, including the third season of ABC/Blackfella Films' 'Total Control', a variety of docs from WildBear Entertainment, and comedy series 'Paranormal Blacktivity' from Yoowarni Productions.
Screenwest and the ABC have selected four filmmaking teams who will each receive $10,000 to produce a 3-8 minute documentary segment profiling the work of a Western Australian artist or arts company, to be then broadcast as part of the ABC’s 'Art Works' series.