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The Black Dog's Progress, Stephen Irwin

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The official selection of the competitions of the Holland Animation Film Festival 2009, which runs from 4-8 November, is now online. Gerben Schermer and Erik van Drunen selected the films for the competition shorts, the competition commissioned films and the competition student films from the Netherlands and Belgium.

The competition commissioned films include Aannaatt by Max Hattler, Gaëlle Denis and SSSR’s Two Worlds commercial for United Airlines and both Smith & Foulkes and Pic Pic Andre from Nexus Productions. The competition shorts feature The Black Dog’s Progress by Stephen Irwin, Damaged Goods by Barnaby Barford and and Photograph of Jesus by Laurie Hill.


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