Jane Campion: Peel
Women Make Movies • 8m 45s
Directed by Jane Campion • Drama • 1982 • 9 minutes
On a hot Australian summer's day, a recalcitrant, freckled, red-headed family of three go on a Sunday drive in the country. Their outing results in an intrigue of awesome belligerence.
Cannes, Golden Palm for Best Short Film
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Jane Campion: A Girl's Own Story
Directed by Jane Campion • Drama • 1984 • 27 minutes
Beatlemania, the sixties and growing up. Some stories about girlhood: where family is strange, adulthood lonely, and innocence perverse.
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Jane Campion: Passionless Moments
Directed by Jane Campion • Drama • 1983 • 13 minutes
Winner of the Best Experimental Film at the Australian Film Awards, PASSIONLESS MOMENTS follows an omniscient narrator retelling of a series of brief, impressionistic vignettes around a neighborhood in Sydney.
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