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Joshua Cooks

Australia, 1985 (MIFF 1986, Children's - Programme 4)

Director: Penny Robenstone

The making of a cake becomes the symbol of a child's growth towards independence and free choice The animator evokes a child's vision through the use of pencil scribblings and colour blotches as well as the child's voice on the soundtrack.

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