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Thursday's fictions

Author: Richard Allen
Publisher: Australia : Physical TV Company, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Thursday's fictions has the raw intensity, epic dimensions and fantastical imagery of legend or myth. Director/choreographer Richard James Allen has created a rich world filled with intriguing ideas and stunning imagery. Thursday's fictions follows the plight of seven characters as they each come into contact with the mysterious trunk Thursday has left in their care. They grapple with the passion, beauty, dreams  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Personal/independent films and video
Dance
Fantasy
Australian films
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Allen
OCLC Number: 423623427
Notes: "A dance noir fantasy"--DVD sleeve.
Source: Based on the book by Richard James Allen.
Credits supplied from DVD sleeve.
Copyright notice on DVD sleeve: Copyright 2006 The Physical TV Company Pty Ltd.
Credits: Editor, Karen Pearlman; choreography, Richard James Allen.
Responsibility: a Physical TV production ; producer, Karen Pearlman ; director, Richard James Allen ; screenplay by Richard James Allen and Karen Pearlman.

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"Thursday's fictions has the raw intensity, epic dimensions and fantastical imagery of legend or myth. Director/choreographer Richard James Allen has created a rich world filled with intriguing ideas and stunning imagery. Thursday's fictions follows the plight of seven characters as they each come into contact with the mysterious trunk Thursday has left in their care. They grapple with the passion, beauty, dreams and nightmares which it contains, embarking on a magical journey encompassing sumptuous dance, original orchestral music and lavish design. It is a film whose images, sounds and ideas will resound far longer than the seven days its story traces"--DVD sleeve.

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