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Angel

Canada, 1967 (MIFF 1968, Programme 11)

Director: Derek May

The film itself is a synopsis, but the subject is not defined. The author does not know whether it is a dream made into a film, or a film made into a dream.

Special Mention, Montreal Festival; Chris Award, Columbus Festival; Honourable Mention, vancouver Festival; Best Experimental Film, Canadian Film Awards.

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