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The Making of Anna

Australia, 1978 (MIFF 1979)

Director: Robert Francis

Designed for teaching purposes, the film gives an insight into the less public aspects of the production of a low budget film in Australia. It observes the director, cast and crew, on the 2000-mile journey from Melbourne to Surfers' Paradise, during the making of In Search of Anna.

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