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Zipper

Australia, 1998 (MIFF 1999, Animation)

Director: Antoinette Starkiewicz

The latest offering from one of Australia's finest animators takes us on a breathless journey through 20th century images in art and fashion. Using an innovative combination of live action, animation, choreography and painting, Antoinette Starkiewicz's lushious imagery is a feast for the eyes.

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