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Dig

Australia, 2005 (MIFF 2006, Experimental Shorts)

Director: Bridget Walker

Dig is a lovingly hand-wrought ethnographic, historical, animated, live-action evocation of an industry, some people, a place and the humble potato.


D/S Bridget Walker P Paul Fletcher, Robert Stephenson WS VCA School of Film & Television L English TD video/col/2005/4mins

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