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Smith Journal: Bottled History

Ships in bottles. Storytelling. Bottled History. We loved this one: 

Ray Gascoigne has been around boats his whole life, as a shipwright, a merchant sailor, and now as a ship builder on the smallest dry dock there is: a bottle. This short film, by Smith Journal and Melbourne-based production studio Commoner, picks through the wood chips to tell the story of a craft honed over 60 years, and the man behind it…

Related watching: An interview with Irving Harper.

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