2022-23 Screen Territory Funding Program now open
The Northern Territory Government’s 2022-23 Screen Territory Funding Program is officially open with funding available to support NT screen practitioners and attract productions to the Northern Territory.
Big weekend of screen industry events
There’s a final flurry of events to inspire future film makers and celebrate the Northern Territory’s Screen Industry during the last weekend of the 2022 Darwin International Film Festival (DIFF)
NT on Screen at Event Cinemas
Local movie buffs are in for a treat this September with a huge line-up of free screenings of NT-made productions at Event Cinemas Palmerston from next Tuesday 20 September to Sunday 25 September 2022
NT screen industry on show at Melbourne International Film Festival
Five Territory screenwriters and producers have been selected to pitch their projects at the 10th PostScript&Direct event taking place on Sunday 6 August at the Forum Theatre in Melbourne.
Investing in the Territory Screen Industry
The Territory Screen Industry is delivering huge returns for the Territory economy and this week sees more investment into the booming industry, creating more jobs for Territorians. The Territory Government has provided $110,000 towards The First Inventors which is expected to deliver close to $500,000 in direct production spend back into the Territory economy.
First Nations documentary filmmakers set to get a boost with return of Centralised Documentary Fellowship
Applications are now open for the prestigious Centralised First Nations Documentary Australia Fellowship, an unparalleled career-boosting opportunity for First Nations documentary filmmakers in the Northern Territory and South Australia.
Major TV series injecting $1.73 million Into Territory
A Prime Video series based on Holly Ringland’s international best-selling book, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, recently finished its final 4 weeks of production in the breathtaking and iconic landscapes of Central Australia.
Local success story MaveriX premiers tomorrow on ABC ME
MaveriX, the largest local production ever to be filmed in the Red Centre, is set to premiere tomorrow night, at 5.30pm on ABC ME and ABC iView.
Filming of the series commenced in Alice Springs in April 2021, with the Territory Government as an equity investor in the series, investing a record $1.5 million into the production.
Aboriginal stories coming to our screens
The Northern Territory continues to bring Aboriginal stories to our Australian and international audiences with the latest Screen Territory funding supporting two exciting Aboriginal projects, providing production finance funding for a documentary feature titled LIKE MY BROTHER and a web series titled Black As Rebooted.
NT Government launches major skills boost with NIDA
The Northern Territory (NT) has cemented its place as a world class destination for major screen productions and a new partnership between the NT Government and Australia’s leading performing arts educator, the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) will boost skills across our creative industries.