Caroline Leaf

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Boston-based animator Caroline Leaf (1946) debuted with Sand or Peter and the Wolf (1969), made by pouring beach sand onto a light box, followed by Orfeo painting on glass (1972), painted on glass, and How Beaver Stole Fire (1972). In 1972 she moved to Canada where she made Le Mariage de Hibou/ The Owl Who Married a Goose (1974), an adaptation of an Inuit legend, The Street (1976), adapted from a short story by Mordecai Richler and made by painting watercolors directly onto the glass, The Metamorphosis of Mr Samsa (1977), adapted from Franz Kafka's story "The Metamorphosis", and Entre Deux Soeurs/ Two Sisters (1990).

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