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Twelve Months, The

Australia (MIFF 2005, animation)

Director: Jonathan Nix

In this unique take on a Russian fairytale, Katinka finds something unusual when she is sent into the woods on an impossible mission by her evil stepmother and stepsisters. Jonathan Nix has reworked his highly regarded SBS Fairytale into this rich and dreamlike work.
D/P/S/WS Jonathan Nix TD 35mm/col/2005/8mins

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