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Fast Spin Fling

UK, 1999 (MIFF 2000, Animation)

Director: Sandra Ensby

Ever wished you had someone to show your knickers to? Lonely heart Muriel does in Fast Spin Fling, a romantic comedy about a young woman who takes pity on her housemate's boyfriend and begins to secretly fancy him. Featuring a refreshing style of computer drawn animation, an up-tempo soundtrack and inventive storytelling, the film spins a lively tale of dirty washing, crosswords and frumpy underpants.

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Australia, 2000
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Rendezvous

Germany, 1999
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Shadowplay

Australia, 1999
Set in a strange world of dead insects, glass trinkets and broken clocks, Shadowplay is the story of a small prince whose innocent childhood games are infiltrated by the darker tones of his imaginati… More »

The Minister for Exams

UK, 1999
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Brother

Australia, 1999
Brother is the final film in the acclaimed trilogy that also includes Uncle and Cousin. It is a claymation about the antics of an asthmatic boy and his brother. Although this film is darker than the … More »

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