The Victorian Screen Industry Code Of Conduct is a comprehensive and practical tool designed to benefit the screen industry, to safeguard community amenity against the impact of screen production activities and enhance the economic benefits of screen production in Victoria.
We developed it in consultation with key agencies and local governments, the Screen Producers Association of Australia, the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance and the Victorian screen industry.
An important resource for filmmakers, the Code is provided as a recommended, free, optional resource for the production community in Victoria.
To make sure your shoot goes smoothly, get in touch with the right authorities from the start.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia is the national community legal centre for the arts. Check out their three great websites for legal assistance with your project.
Arts Law provides legal advice and information on a wide range of arts related legal and business matters including contracts, copyright, business structures, defamation, insurance, employment and taxation to artists and arts organisations across all art forms.
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