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Bumper year for Docklands Studios

02 Dec 2014

Bumper year for Docklands Studios Image

The past year has been Docklands Studios most successful since the State Government assumed ownership in 2008.

The studio celebrated its 10th anniversary this year and its recent success has been put down to the mix of projects that have come through the five sound stages, production offices and onsite workshop.

“There’s been such a diverse group of domestic and international projects through the studio in the past 12 months – with sets representing the Warrnambool coastline to the Palace of Versailles,” CEO Rod Allan said.

The studio hosted Australian feature films Sucker, Oddball and The Dressmaker, international feature film The Moon and the Sun and US sci-fi TV mini-series Childhood’s End this year.

“The studio is becoming a creative hub for production and costume designers, set builders and dressers and some of the country’s best screen talent,” Mr Allen said.

Local commercial television shows Millionaire Hot Seat, The Footy Show, Winners and Losers also continue to be shot at the studios.

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