Nullarbor (2011) Theatrical Cartoon

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Nullarbor (2011) Theatrical Cartoon Nullarbor

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  • Theatrical FilmTheatrical
  • The LampShade Collective, Film Victoria, Sreen Australia
  • Directed By Alister Lockhart, Patrick Sarell.
  • Produced By Katrina Mathers, Merrin Jensen, Patrick Sarell, Daryl Munton.
  • Awards: Yoram Gross Animation Award, Sydney Film Festival, 2011.
  • Originally Released in 2011 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Australia  Australia

Cartoon Summary:

A brash young punk and a laid-back old digger travel across Australia's Nullarbor Plain in a road movie to nowhere. In this vast and barren landscape, sometimes...  (more)

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3D animated short film. Nullarbor had its international premiere as part of the opening night program at the Stuttgart Trickfilm International Festival of Animation in Germany. It recently screened as...  (more)

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Just happened to catch this interesting and funny cartoon on ABC-TV recently; thoroughly enjoyed it and have been searching for it online ever since. Unfortunately, while I have found this site, I can't locate a viewable or downloadable version. Pity it...  (read more)

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