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Looking good: one boy's journey to help his grandmother on her quest to see clearly (2012)

Author

Batty D, Rebel Films

Publisher

The Fred Hollows Foundation

City

Melbourne

Type

Audiovisual

 

Description

Looking good: one boy's journey to help his grandmother on her quest to see clearly is a 10-minute video which aims to communicate messages about eye health through a humorous story told with puppets.

The video was shot in Elliott, in the Northern Territory, and uses local community members voices for the puppet characters. It was produced by Rebel Films in collaboration with the Fred Hollows Foundation and the Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation.

A copy of the resource can obtained on DVD by contacting the Fred Hollows Foundation on the details below.

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Contact details

Alison Rogers
Ph: (08) 8920 1406
Email: arogers@hollows.org

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Last updated: 4 June 2013
 
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