submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 01.06.2006
Ken G Hall was a famous film director in Australia.
On display at the National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra.
"This portrait was an entrant in the Archibald Prize competition in 1985. It shows a younger Ken Hall with camera and dog at bottom left, and an older Ken Hall at the top right with characters from some of his films. Look for Dad Rudd and Smithy."
Until recently, the the National Film and Sound Archive was known as ScreenSound Australia.
The Archive is part of the Australian Film Commission.
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