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Claire Falkenstein: Sculptor

USA, 1979 (MIFF 1980, Art Films)

Director: Jae Carmichael

One woman in the vanguard of the arts in sculptor Claire Falkenstein. Presenting the scope of her work, from sculpture on a giant scale, to jewellery and printmaking, this film reveals the myriad activities which make up her life.

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