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Potato Shed

41 Peninsula Drive
Drysdale, Victoria 3222

03 5251 1998

Lost in Venice

Shortly before his death, a retired businessman and former amateur filmmaker Ron Vincent handed his box of super eight films to his young granddaughter, with instructions to look after them.

He could never have imagined that, fifty years after they were created, some of his films would be preserved by the National Film and Sound Archives in Canberra. His granddaughter wrote Lost in Venice about his ill-fated trip to Italy with a mysterious businessman of an iconic Australian company.

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