Crew Dames is an Australian database for female crew, created by Vixen Kristen Hodges.

6 Data Sources Every Producer Should Read and Why, published by Screen Australia

Dear Producer is a platform (created in the US) where producers share their experiences, celebrate achievements, and provide mentorship for the next generation.

Ellenor Cox is a Vixen and Executive Coach who has a number of fantastic free resources available on her website.

Foreseeable From first idea to development, casting and financing, right through to production and distribution, Foreseeable provide affordable data insights and strategy, delivered in one place, on a project-by-project basis.

For Film's Sake is an Australian advocacy organisation providing opportunity for all women in production, distribution and cultural exhibition. 

LIFT (based in the UK) is a filmmaking community for anyone who identifies as female and includes experienced key creatives across all facets of production, post production, development, finance, sales, distribution, marketing and those who are new to the industry. Members of the community support each other by posting jobs, sharing information, seeking/receiving advice and collaborating on projects.

Producing for the Screen: A Handbook is a wonderful book written by Vixen Andrena Finlay with Sue Milliken. 

Raising Films Australia seeks to identify the major problem areas preventing parents and carers from participating in the Australian screen industry and will collaborate with the Federal and State agencies, industry organisations and those who work within it to develop initiatives to bridge this gap.

SBS Scripted Pitch Deck Guide (April 2022)

Screen Australia Podcast - this episode focuses on How to Make Marketplace Intel Work for You 

Screen Well promotes and improves mental health outcomes for the Australian screen industry, spearheaded by Vixen Margaret Tillson with Ben Steel. 

ShotDeck is the largest collection of fully searchable high-definition movie images in the world. Created by a DP, it is the best collaborative professional tool for bringing your vision to life - from pitch to prep to post.

Stage 32 is a U.S.-based social network and educational site for creative professionals who work in film, television and theatre. 

The Short Film Pod is an insightful guide for short-film making by Vixen Leonie Marsh and Jacobie Gray, featuring interviews with many Vixens discussing their work.  

WIFT Australia (Women in Film & Television) is a Not-For-Profit organisation dedicated to achieving gender equality in the Australian screen industry through research, advocacy, education and support for women and non-binary screen industry practitioners.