COVID-Safe Guidelines for all returning and recommencing productions
Screen Australia have developed COVID-Safe Guidelines to provide advice on how to eliminate and minimise the risks associated with exposure of personnel to COVID-19 while working on a production.
SPARK Film Initiative to Create New Opportunities for Local Filmmakers and Musicians
Emerging NT filmmakers will now have stronger career pathways and an opportunity to collaborate with local musicians and composers as part of a new partnership between the Territory Labor Government and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) to reimagine and improve the SPARK film initiative this year.
MaveriX: The Largest Local Production Ever to be Filmed in Red Centre
A new adrenaline-fuelled TV series set against the spectacular backdrop of Central Australia and showcasing iconic landmarks around Alice Springs will inject $5 million into the Territory economy and employ nearly 400 people when filming begins next year.
Screen Territory to offer NT filmmaker the opportunity to take part in internationally recognised program
Screen Territory, together with US development company Imagine Impact, invite NT filmmakers to apply for an intensive mentorship program to discover and cultivate storytellers.
Territory filmmakers attending Australian International Documentary Conference
Territory filmmakers have travelled to Melbourne to attend the Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) with the support of Screen Territory’s Travel Support Grants.
DAF Indigenous Fellowship Deadline Extended until 15 March 2020
An extension was today announced for the Centralised Indigenous Fellowship. Applicants now have until 15 March 2020 to apply.
Jobs-Generating Territory Film to Premiere at Berlin International Film Festival
The Top End will be on display to global audiences at next month’s prestigious Berlin International Film Festival, with local production High Ground selected to host its World Premiere at a red carpet Gala Screening.
Screen Territory Grants Announced and Round 2 Now Open
The 2019/20 Screen Territory Grants Program Round 1 recipients have been named and the second round of funding is now open.
Territory filmmakers at MIPCOM
The NT Government is investing $9 million in the Territory’s film sector over four years to grow the industry and create jobs. The latest initiative involves supporting five NT filmmakers to attend the world’s largest entertainment content market, Marche International des Programmes de Communication (MIPCOM) in Cannes, France.
Another Boost for Territory Film Industry
The Territory Labor Government’s $9 million investment over four years into the NT’s film and screen sector is starting to pay dividends with a host of local productions proving a hit with national and international audiences.
New Collaborative Initiative 'Centralised’ Links Screen Storytellers North and South
Please see attached a joint release from Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture, Lauren Moss; South Australian Minister for Innovation and Skills, David Pisoni; South Australian Film Corporation; Screen Territory; Screen Australia; Documentary Australia Foundation; Australian Film, Television and Radio School; ABC and NITV.
Supporting the Territory Screen Industry – Inaugural Generate Enterprise Grants and Round 3 Screen Territory Grants
Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced six local Screen Industry business and practitioners will share $480,000 through the Territory Governments new Generate Enterprise Grants.