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Biggest production of the decade

03 Apr 2019

Victorian Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley visited Docklands Studios in February to meet the crew of US series Preacher.

The government says the filming of the series’ fourth season will inject $50 million into the state’s economy and create 740 jobs.

It’s Victoria’s biggest screen production in more than a decade.

Preacher has taken over four of the five soundstages at the studios.

“Attracting huge TV projects like Preacher to Victoria is a testament to our thriving creative state and our wealth of home-grown talent, helping our industry to keep growing on the world stage,” Mr Foley said.

“The filming of Preacher in Melbourne and across regional Victoria will support 740 local jobs and put $50 million into our economy, on top of showcasing our city and state to millions of viewers around the world.”

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