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The Projectionist

Australia, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Fiction)

Director: Michael Bates

As a projectionist departs his cinema for the last time, passing through darkened laneways, we witness a gallery of ghostly visions, projections seemingly from his past life. Displaying remarkable technique and imagination, The Projectionist has screened at Tampere, New York and Ann Arbor.

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