That's wonderful, Alison! And good to hear Chris' kudos about it.
Any hope of us USAmericans seeing it now?
You're most fortunate that your parents were able to see it and feel Way
Proud of their little girl.
I tend to think that making our parents proud is, at the least, an
unconscious prod to do the best we can "for them", our rebellions and
Judy proud of her kid, his wife, and their kids
2010/1/26 Alison Croggon <[log in to unmask]>
> Glad to hear that Chris - and thanks. It was great fun to do.
> I forgot to watch. We were thrown out of the house by the youngest son
> so he could ask some friends over. So we went out for Japanese.
> I have the DVD but haven't had the oomph to watch it.
> Mother and father all very proud of course, being country people and
> finally able to point proudly at something I did.
> On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 8:39 PM, Chris Jones <[log in to unmask]>
> > with Alison C
> > was just on ABC TV. John read too quickly... will someone please tell
> > him to slow down. Those images are fantastic, I loved the images. But
> > don't read fast. Let the image sink in. Let it move, like Liz Grosz's
> > dynamic space. Let those images spread across your audience with their
> > own infinite speed.
> > As for Alison, she slowed down, and those images, I will have to say;
> > powerful images had time to sink in.
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