FILM AUSTRALIA COLLECTION

Title Details

Place to Live, A

A film made for immigrants to Australia, illustrating the kinds of housing available in Australia.
Year : 1972 | Total Duration : 12 Minutes | Producer : Frank Bagnall
Director : Stuart Glover |
Suburban terrace houses one with for sale sign. For Sale sign on block of flats. Suburbs to city. Cities and suburbs with red tile roofs. Aerial city and suburbs. Migrant family eating in migrant hostel canteen. Family looking at home units and houses being built and inspecting terrace houses and new homes for sale. Family in office of migrant centre loan manager. Suburban houses. New housing estate. Variety of housing. Queenslander houses. Interior 1970s house. Bulldozer clearing older houses for development . Housing Commission flats. Children playing and football. Construction of new estate. Rural development. Aerial industrial development. Aerials rural housing estates. Workers leaving factory gates, teenagers arriving at school, bikes on racks. Aerial District Hospital. Office complex under construction, house construction with builders. Weatherboard house, laundry, kitchen, dining room. Children at dining table, mother drinks coffee and father drinks beer in lounge room. Quicktime clip available.
Access No. 43935 | 10 mins 17 secs | 1970s | Melbourne, VIC, Australia, Sydney, NSW, Australia | © NFSA | Colour |