Australians in Film and Screen Australia have unveiled the five projects that will be nurtured through this year's Untapped Development Lab, which began last month and runs until December.
The Very Short Film Festival has launched the Tasmanian Mentoring Program, selecting five emerging filmmakers to work with established industry mentors for a six month period.
Screen Australia will distribute $1 million of funding among the state screen agencies to support training and skills development programs, including placements for below-the-line roles.
First Nations documentary filmmakers have the opportunity to get their projects shown on free-to-air TV as part of a new initiative from Network 10 and Screen Australia's First Nations Department.
The creatives behind 'Marvel’s 'Luke Cage', 'Crazy Rich Asians 2', and 'Only Murders in the Building' will deliver masterclasses as part of this year's Untapped initiative, which commences next month.