A legacy video provides an opportunity for life stories and historical information to be preserved for future generations.
We film oral history interviews to capture your loved one’s precious memories in a personal documentary.
Below are excerpts of some of our family history documentaries.
Love life: Rock ‘N’ Roll, Cars and Happily Ever After
Heather talks about life and love in late 1950’s rural Australia — a time of rock ‘n’ roll, clapped-out cars and Saturday night dances.
Post War Suburbia: Children, Dinner Parties and Music
Ian and Shirley were eligible for a housing trust home in Adelaide after the second world war. Their street was filled with ex-servicemen and their families. Ian and Shirley discuss the good times they had while raising a family in 1950’s suburbia.
Childhood: Farm Life, Adventure and Strife
Heather explains what it was like growing up on a small farm surrounded by relatives, animals and a backyard ripe for exploration and horsing around.
Early Years: Hard Work, Hardship and Happiness
Heather’s mother raised her brothers and sister when both her parent’s died in the 1940’s. Heather’s father started work in a clay pit and ended up running his own tip-truck business. Heather reminisces about hard work, fond moments, and funny stories from her early years.