WA Reflections production stills_collage

Production stills from the State Library of Western Australia’s WA Reflections films produced in partnership with Screenwest.

Clockwise from top left:

Generation Hi-Fi, Hullabaloo Co.
Exploring the legacy of the HiFi Club and the cultural shift of the time that it represented in 1960s through Colin Nichols’s collection of black and white photographs taken at the Embassy and Pagoda Ballrooms.

That's How It Goes (I S'pose), Till Death
Retracing the journey taken by photographers Roger Garwood and Trish Ainslie to document the lives of Western Australian prospectors across the State.

Murder on the Dance Floor, Sandbox Productions
The sensational story of the murder of Cyril Ridley at Government House Ballroom in 1925 and the woman accused and found not guilty of his murder.

Dreams of Iwanoff, Frame VR
Bringing the plans and drawings of celebrated Western Australian architect Iwan Iwanoff to life through the medium of virtual reality.

Rolling Through Time, Jake Blackburn
Taking the viewer between 2020s and the 1960s, as a skater fluidly moves through contemporary Fremantle, while composited in the same shots 16mm footage of the same location from the 1960s.
State Library of Western Australia and Screenwest