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Koko Pops

Australia, 1981 (MIFF 1982)

Director: Antoinette Starkiewicz

A fully-animated film on the history of music, hosted by a little female character called "Koko", who represents the muse of music. "Koko" dances and clowns her way through a breathlessly short history of music.

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