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  • Docklands Studios Melbourne a leading supporter of Australia’s Creative Talent

    CEO, Rod Allan, took to the stage in Sydney recently to honour the work of creative artists in stage and screen at the annual Australian Production Design Guild Awards.

    Allan presented the Docklands Studios Melbourne Award for Production Design for a Feature Film to Jonathon Oxlade for Girl Asleep.

    The Docklands Studios Melbourne Award for Set Decoration for a Feature Film went to Lisa Thompson for The Dressmaker.

    The Dressmaker, starring Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth, was filmed at Docklands Studios in 2014 before going on to become one of the highest-grossing Australian films of all time.

    Docklands Studios is a principal sponsor of the event, which recognises creative artists in stage and screen.

    A total of 24 awards were announced at the event at NIDA on November 7, capping off a year of great celebration for Australia’s creative talent with successes at the Oscars, BAFTAs and Emmys.

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    Jonathon Oxlade (Girl Asleep) holding the Docklands Studios Melbourne Award for Production Design for a Feature Film, with Docklands CEO Rod Allan.