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Title Rolling through time.
Published/Produced Western Australia : Lava Films, 2021.

LOCATION CALL NO STATUS NOTE MESSAGE
 Online  Video viewing copy (1 digital file)    AVAILABLE  AVAILABLE
 Online  Production and publicity material (33 digital files)    AVAILABLE  AVAILABLE
 Digital Stack  Video master (1 digital file)    ASK STAFF  


Details

Description 1 online resource (1 video file (5 min., 20 sec.)) : sound, colour + production and publicity materials
Content type two-dimensional moving image
Media type computer
Carrier type online resource
File type video file rdaft
MOV 9.13 GB
Series ScreenWest deliverable material collection
W.A. Reflections -- Our History Rediscovered
Notes Production and publicity materials include viewing copy of film (mp4), electronic press kit (PDF), poster (PNG), cast and crew list (PDF), locations list (PDF) and stills (JPG, JPEG).
Credits Director/DOP/Editor, Jake Blackburn; Producer, Marlanie Haerewa.
Rights advisory Copyright or other restrictions may apply. For public use, contact the State Library of Western Australia.
CIU file reference BA/OM/19/0058
Performer Skater, Jack Todd.
Summary "Rolling Through Time is a short poetic documentary which will take the viewer between 2020 and the 1960s, as a skater fluidly moves through Fremantle and we see the similarities and differences of these iconic locations 60 years apart." -- from electronic press kit.
Clips from the Sir Frederick Samson collection of films of Fremantle in the 1960s are interspersed with modern vision of Fremantle.
Subjects Fremantle (W.A.) -- History.
Skateboarding -- Western Australia -- Fremantle.
Skateboarders -- Western Australia -- Fremantle.
Time in motion pictures.
Genre/Form Short films. lcgft
Nonfiction films. lcgft
Related names Todd, Jack, performer.
Blackburn, Jake, director, cinematographer, editor.
Haerewa, Marlanie, producer.
Lava Films, production company.
ScreenWest, sponsor.
Lotterywest, sponsor.
State Library of Western Australia, sponsor.