Rose Hill: life on a string

Australia, JUL 2012

Film
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Rose is a 90-year-old woman whose passion in life is puppetry, her studio in Mildura is filled with thousands of puppets, showcasing her family’s life long work. Rose introduced puppets to her four sons as a way to enhance their learning; this started a fascination for her son Ross, who became a world renowned puppeteer, working with Jim Henson on the film ‘Labyrinth’. Rose is an inspirational and vibrant woman who is still active in her community.

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Previously on display

22 April 2019

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Credits

producer

David Withers

director

Csilla Csongvay

production company

ACMI

Duration

00:07:04:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
JUL 2012

Appears in

Group of items

ACMI in the regions: Stories from Mildura

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