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Margaret Barr

Australia, 1978 (MIFF 1979)

Director: Ross R. Campbell

A study of the techniques used by Margaret Barr, a teacher of drama and movement in Sydney. The film shows the genesis of a dance drama, 'Judith Wright — Australian Poet', from conception to performance.

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