Under our Production Investment funding strand, projects with a budget of $750,000 or more are required to budget for a placement for an Indigenous practitioner.
The kinds of roles that can be undertaken are extremely varied - refer to our Production Roles and Departments Guide (287KB) for examples of screen industry roles that may come up.
We've established a register for Victorian Indigenous screen practitioners who'd like to be considered for a production placement on a project that has received our support.When production companies start looking for someone to fulfil a placement, we will use this register to provide names of Indigenous practitioners for their consideration.
How Indigenous practitioners can apply to join our register
If you'd like to be considered for inclusion on this register you can submit an application form at any time. However, before you do, you should discuss your application with Julianne Deeb, Industry Programs Officer.
If you have any questions about eligibility, how to submit an application or how the register will work, please contact our Industry Programs Officer, Julianne Deeb.
How production companies can apply to host an Indigenous Practitioner on their production
If you're a production company who has applied for Production Investment funding from us and you want to know more about how you can fulfil your obligation to provide an industry placement opportunity for an Indigenous practitioner on your production, please refer to our host company guidelines and information sheet (100.5 KB).
If you have any questions please contact our Industry Programs Officer, Julianne Deeb for more information.
Please contact Julianne Deeb, Industry Programs Officer for more information on the Indigenous Production Placements initiative +61 03 9660 3200