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  • Distributed by: LUX, Channel Four
  • Cartoon Characters: Elder Girl, Younger Girl, Younger Boy, Mother, Father, Male Guest, Female Guest, Nurse.
  • Voice Actors: Lydia Pala, Alice Keane, Tom Wallis, Naomi Seekings, David Benson, Johnny Hannah, Kirsten Peebles, Clare Spencer.
  • Directed By Jonathan Hodgson.
  • Produced By Jonathon Bairstow, Clare Spencer.
  • Animated By Tim Webb, Siri Melchior, Shelley Revill, Emily Mantell.
  • Editor: Tania Trohoulia.
  • First Aired about 2001.
  • Originally Aired on Channel Four.
  • Running Time: 7:56 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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Camouflage by Jonathan Hodgson explores the experience of the child growing up with a schizophrenic parent. Based on extensive research it compares a personal account with the experience of others, using interviews, drawings and animation, live action and digital...  (more)

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