Far out kids animation

Australia, 1978

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The AFI put together this compilation of Australian animated films suitable for children under nine. It includes: “There’s Dragons” - a funny film about a silly dragon, “That’s Progress” - a young boy doing a school project on historic buildings is constantly thwarted by Mr Progress, who keeps demolishing the buildings to put up car parks, “The Lighthouse Made Three” a whimsical love story based on a popular song. “Thumpalong” about a king who hates music, and “DuDu and the Line”, a celebration of the wild and free flowing transformations available to the animator.



Anthony Lucas

Steve French

Peter Nicholson

Paul Williams







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