A place for the re-membering of things
I was given a box of Dr Leslie Woods home movies because “the family didn’t want them”. As you’ll see they’re an invaluable record of an Albury country doctor’s life.
The family movies. The people and friends he clearly loved, and what interested him as he grew older - fishing, and drinking with his mates.
Spending time with these films has brought a lot of pleasure and surprises. As a fellow film-maker, there is recognition of the subtleties within the content.
After the feast, moving pictures were shown by Dr. L. S. Woods. Much excitement was caused when the girls who took part in the Netherlands Day festivities saw themselves acting on the screen.
"There is less justification for make believe in life than there ever was. The changed circumstances of the world, and the altered standards, should have brought home ...that the readiest means towards an honest living should be sought.”