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Shorts, 1. Snail's pace. Walkshort. Kitchen sink

Author: Grant LahoodHarry SinclairDon McGlashanAlison McleanFront Lawn (Musical group)All authors
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Learning Media, 1993.
Series: New Zealand films.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : Secondary (senior high) school   Visual material : English
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A snail crosses the road on a quest for food. A man walking along Karangahape Road in Auckland is kicked in the shins by a stranger setting off an apparent chain of chance encounters. A surrealist account of a woman's attraction to something she finds in the plughole. Teachers notes contain background information and suggestions for classroom activities. Suggested level: secondary.
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Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Grant Lahood; Harry Sinclair; Don McGlashan; Alison Mclean; Front Lawn (Musical group); Hibiscus Films.
ISBN: 0478058756 9780478058758
OCLC Number: 154260428
Notes: "For use in film and media studies programmes in secondary schools"--Notes.
In box (26 x 18 x 5 cm.).
"To be screened only in schools to non-paying student audiences"--Box.
93/325.
Description: 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col., b&w ; 1/2 in. + 1 teachers notes (17 p.).
Contents: Snail's pace / writer, producer, director, Grant Lahood. 1989 (4 min.) --
Walkshort / writers and cast, Don McGlashan and Harry Sinclair (The Front Lawn). 1987 (10 min.) --
Kitchen sink / director, writer, Alison Maclean ; Hibiscus Films. 1989 (14 min.).
Series Title: New Zealand films.
Other Titles: Snail's pace.
Walkshort.
Kitchen sink.

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A snail crosses the road on a quest for food. A man walking along Karangahape Road in Auckland is kicked in the shins by a stranger setting off an apparent chain of chance encounters. A surrealist account of a woman's attraction to something she finds in the plughole. Teachers notes contain background information and suggestions for classroom activities. Suggested level: secondary.

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