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The Black Man and His Bride

Australia, 1960 (MIFF 1960, Programme 1)

Director: Tim Burstall

By using camera movement and editing techniques the film animates the series of paintings "The Black Man and His Bride" by Arthur Boyd, which tells the story of an Aborigine and his half-caste bride.

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