Through a new partnership with Deutsche Bank, Sydney Film Festival is launching an annual $20,000 fellowship for a First Nations creative.
Venn and Screen Well have joined forces on a research project to examine on set leadership and culture, and how it impacts mental health and wellbeing. Venn managing director Jonathon Dutton shares some of the preliminary findings.
Eight creatives from three teams will undertake 12-months of skills development and mentoring as part of Film Lab: New Voices after progressing to the initiative's next phase.
Composer, producer and artist Thalia Skopellos, who performs as Ellatronix, is the recipient of the 2024 NATSIMO (National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Music Office) Screen Composer Intensive.
South Australian not-for-profit screen organisation The Mercury has unveiled the twelve short films that will share in more than $100,000 in production funding as part of its Quiksilver initiative.
The Mercury, formerly Mercury CX, is set to run weekly writing consultations for filmmakers who have draft scripts and story ideas.
The Mercury has announced Bryce Kraehenbuehl as the recipient of this year's $45,000 Hanlon Larsen Screen Fellowship, established to enable experimental and surreal filmmakers to develop a distinctive voice and create bold work for the screen.