Docklands Studios Melbourne have always been wonderful supporters of the APDG and we would like to welcome Antony Tulloch and farewell Rod Allan.

The Board of Docklands Studios Melbourne (DSM) is delighted to announce the appointment of experienced film industry executive Antony Tulloch as its new CEO.

Antony Tulloch replaces Rod Allan who retires at the end of March after 13 very successful years, during which the studio has helped drive enormous growth in Victoria’s screen industry.

Board Chair David Hanna said: “Antony Tulloch takes the reins at an exciting time for the studio, with the imminent opening of a new super stage that will expand stage capacity by more than 60 per cent and enable the facility to host bigger productions than ever before.

Antony Tulloch started as a lighting technician in Melbourne in 1985. Over the years he has worked in various aspects of filmmaking, with credits on major projects including The Pacific, Life of Pi, and The Great Gatsby. His most recent position was General Manager: Studio Operations at Iskandar Malaysia Studios, the largest purpose-built filming facility in South East Asia.

Photo: Antony Tulloch – Credit: Leonard Teo

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