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Australia, 1961 (MIFF 1962)

Director: Tim Burstall

Adventures of four children and a billygoat. First Prize, Children's Film Section, "for its delightful simplicity and its power to carry one into the world of children". Adelaide Advertiser Prize.

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Ned Kelly – Australian Paintings by Nolan

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Ned Kelly

The story of the bushranger, Ned Kelly, is told through the paintings oi the Australian artist, Sidney Nolan, accompanied by a descriptive ballad. ... More »

Dance of the Angels

An animated treatment of the ceramic sculptures of John Perceval. Australian Film Awards, Documentary Section, Silver Award "for its witty amalgam of sound and visuals". ... More »

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