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All My Own Work

Australia, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Australian Films)

Director: Ross R. Campbell

New approaches in art education are seen in a typical grade four primary classroom. Through a wide variety of activities, and with a sympathetic and understanding teacher, the children grow in confidence and begin to express themselves creatively.

Silver Award, Australia Film Awards 1970.

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