Emily In Japan - The Making of An Exhibition

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Hedy

This is simply amazing!

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Andrew

This film was a real pleasure to make. It's not often that I get a chance to direct rather than be on the management and marketing end of a production. Margo Neale was a filmmaker's dream - flamboyant, extroverted and with an intelligence and wit as sharp as a razor. While I have long been ...Read more

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We've had some wonderful feedback on this film. Here is one example - a very flattering comment:

"I write to say how much I enjoyed your wonderful DVD on Emile Kngwarreye. … It was in short a triumph – at once moving emotionally, deeply spiritual and visually extraordinary. While the ...Read more

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