Cinespace supports First Nations and culturally diverse filmmakers and screen creatives from across Victoria. Our YouTube channel exists to showcase the most exciting content produced by both emerging and established creators from our communities.
Our Channel features:
- playlists open to any screen creator from Victoria to submit your own content using the form at the end of this page (we'll link to content you host on your own channel, so you retain control, views and monetisation of your own shared videos). For channel visitors, playlists are a great way to find the community or the type of content you're searching for, for example by broad ethnicity of creators, or by genre or content type
- by adding your own films to playlists, you have the chance to be selected by our curators to showcase on our main channel, for more visibility to industry and other audiences.
specially curated film content by guest programmers will be showcased on the main channel, highlighting some of the best new culturally-diverse screen talent from Melbourne and Victoria.
we launched in 2020 with the 123 film competition supported by Maribyrnong City Council Arts & Culture team, and will look to host more competitions and occasional specialised original content of interest to filmmakers and content creators
ADD YOUR CONTENT TO OUR CHANNEL:
If you're a Melbourne or Victorian creative identifying from a First Nations or culturally or linguistically diverse background, add your content to our playlists today using the form below. Volunteer playlist managers will review it to make sure it meets our basic publishing guidelines before adding it to a playlist.
Want to suggest a new playlist or help volunteer to manage one? Get in touch with us!
Make sure to subscribe to our channel today, and hit the bell button at the top of the YouTube channel page for notifications of new content as it is added to our main channel.
The launch of our YouTube channel was supported by Maribyrnong City Council's Together Apart fund.