Screen Australia has selected nine participants from Australia and three from New Zealand for its Access Coordinator Training program, designed to provide additional support for the emerging below-the-line crew position on film and television productions.
Bus Stop Films has continued to expand its Accessible Film Studies Program, extending its partnership with Griffith University and Griffith Film School to include classes at the institution's Gold Coast campus.
Adelaide Film Festival has named the participants for this year's Expand Lab, with 15 South Australian and 15 national practitioners spanning visual arts, film, moving image, XR, and VR to develop new ideas for moving artworks across five days.
Screen Australia and Instagram have selected the social media talent that will take part in the third edition of their First Nations Creator program.
“Listening to your team and always spending a moment to take on board what they have said before making decisions is important to achieve the best work,” - Oscar Knott, virtual production supervisor, on getting the best out a department.
Prime Video Australia is teaming up with NIDA to offer two new scholarships to women and nonbinary applicants with intersectional backgrounds.
Screen Producers Australia has unveiled its Ones To Watch cohort for 2023, featuring producers from across First Nations stories, social media series, drama, horror, rom-coms and factual.