Film Victoria is the State Government agency that provides strategic leadership and assistance to the film, television and digital media sectors of Victoria.
We aim to increase screen activity in Victoria and be a responsive advocate for the screen industry. We do this in a range of ways: through funding the production and development of screen content, industry placements, filming incentives, location assistance, industry events, partnership activities and other support, all which help develop and strengthen the Victorian screen industry.
The management team guides Film Victoria’s corporate services and screen industry programs and services teams to deliver business objectives identified in our corporate plan.Meet the team
Film Victoria Board members are selected on the recommendation of the Minister and appointed by the Victorian Governor. The Board provide advice on policy, future planning, management and performance, and review funding decisions.Meet the Board
Committees and panels
Our committees and assessment panels are a combination of Film Victoria staff, industry practitioners and subject matter experts. Members meet on a regular basis to in order to make timely funding decisions.Full list of Committee and Panel members
The Film Act
Film Victoria was established as a statutory authority through the Film Act 2001, which outlines Film Victoria's role and responsibilities within the screen industry.
- 1976: Established as the Victorian Film Corporation
- 1982: Became Film Victoria through the creation of Film Victoria Act 1981
- 1997: Integrated with the State Film Centre of Victoria, to form Cinemedia Corporation, under the Cinemedia Corporation Act 1997
- 2001: Film Act 2001 abolished Cinemedia Corporation and established Film Victoria and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) as separate statutory authorities
- 2015: Film Victoria integrated with Creative Victoria alongside government agencies across arts and culture, screen and design
We support industry to
- Create compelling and innovative stories for big and small screens
- Deliver economic and cultural benefits to Victoria
- Provide employment and skills development opportunities for Victorian screen practitioners
- Explore and develop new business models and partnerships
- Understand leading screen industry trends
We do this to: build Victoria’s market share of Australian and international screen production activity, contribute to the local economy, enable Victorians to see and tell their stories on screen and safeguard the future of the screen industry in Victoria.
Reports and publications
Full list of annual reports and corporate documents
Film Victoria hosts two annual industry awards, Seen & Screened and Screen Leader Awards, that recognise the significant achievements of screen practitioners who have excelled in their craft.