Prospective migrants in Britain and Europe will in future get a preview of Australia's way of life when they apply to migrate. At special screenings in their home countries they will see an hour-long Eastmen colour film called, "The Way We Live". Powerful arc lights were used to light up Station Pier, Melbourne, as disembarkation scenes were filmed. Continuity girl Patricia Williams (left), well-wrapped up against the biting wind on the pier, watches the scene, while chief cameraman Ron Horner, (second from left) watches the line action from behind the camera operated by John McLean. At the extreme right, director John Gary, holds a loud-hailer at the ready, to shout instructions to the migrants thronging off the gangway
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