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Flux

Australia, 1999 (MIFF 1999, The Bug)

Director: Michaela French

Flux interweaves multiple layers of sound and images to produce an evocative reflection on relationships, love and grief. With a background in fine arts, Michaela French has written and directed a number of short films using computer animation and traditional filmmaking techniques.

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