Two years after hiring Sam Dinning as a production executive, VicScreen has promoted her to head of content investment.
VicScreen's inaugural Originate Factual program has kicked off, with 12 writers, directors and producers selected to participate.
Accomplished screenwriters Dot West and Kelly Lefever will lead a new training initiative designed to foster First Nations creative talent in Victoria.
The Victorian Government has added a $15 million Digital Screen Rebate to its suite of incentives, with grants available to post-production, animation, digital games, and VFX projects that are undertaken within the state with local workers.
Australia's first international games market will take place in Melbourne this October, offering the country's developers the chance to pitch concepts to global publishers, platform holders, and investors.
Melbourne's north-west has welcomed an extraterrestrial visitor, as filming begins on new children's sci-fi comedy 'F.A.N.G (From A Nearby Galaxy)'.
The Victorian Government has unveiled a $5.4 million skills and training package aimed at professionals across film, TV and games, including a $3.6 million plan to establish a specialist digital games and VFX school.
VicScreen has used this year's Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) to unveil a new initiatie designed to support Victorian factual producers, writers, and directors in creating high-end documentary series.