Streaming of Funeral Service

Streaming of footage will commence 15 minutes prior to the start time of the service.

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

This service will have a password applied once edited (normally within 3 to 5 days following the service), you will then need to contact the family for the password to access.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service.

The costs associated with this service are for the filming only. We offer Live Streaming as a complimentary option. This is due to a 3rd party service provider being engaged and potential internet connectivity or technical issues that may be encountered. In the rare event that issues are encountered, we will endeavour to address them at the time. If the issues are not able to be resolved immediately, the service will be re-streamed and available to view as soon as possible following the conclusion of the service.

Belinda Jane Video cannot be held responsible for any interruption to the Live Streaming that may occur.
We appreciate your understanding.

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6 comments on “Adam Duncan”

  1. I live in awe of Adam’s talent and in appreciation of his super friendliness and genuine goodness. He will be sorely missed. Thank you for having this memorial online for us distant folk to partake in. I loved hearing everyone’s stories and experiences with Adam and wish I had been able to know him longer. Deepest love and hugs to you Ann-Marie and Family.

  2. This was a lovely celebration. I’m going to miss you Adam, – thank you the Duncan family for letting us see this stream, and celebrate Adam’s life. I’m thinking of you all fondly today.


  3. Adam was a massively talented yet humble man. A quiet observer; when he spoke what he said was worth listening to.

    My heart goes out to Ann and Adam’s family, please know that he was loved and his influence will live on.

  4. Thinking of you all today, you have created a beautiful tribute to Adam, thank you for sharing with us. We had the fortune of having Adam join the Animal art team on several occasions, he quickly became a friend and an exceptional modest talent. We all will miss him.

  5. I had the great pleasure of working next to Adam while we were in the art dept on Batman Lego. We sat in an old room that I think pigs were kept for the royal easter show. It was glamorous -not! But Adam, saw the humour in us toiling away in an old ‘animal farm’. A quiet genius, he steadily worked away creating masterpieces, every now and then stopping, squinting, rubbing his chin, and then going on to create more amazing artwork. The day we all discovered the blue dress/white dress on the internet I remember he rushed from one design room to the other (probably only a few steps for him but many more for my short legs haha) checking all the screens. He said “it’s changing in front of my eyes” incredulously. He was my prankster ally. I lowered peoples seats when they left the room and Adam wouldn’t tell. He was the calm in the room. Ready with a quip to disperse the stress when the pressure mounted. And how do I say- just the all round, honest to god, nicest, most genuine person around. I feel so much richer for having known you. For having known that genuinely good people are all around us. How lucky am I to have known you!! Thank you so very much.

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