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Terry Dawes - Anne of Japan

Terry Dawes is an Island filmmaker who is making a pitch to do a documentary about the Japanese fascination with Anne of Green Gables, and now a finalist in a competition called Connect The Docs. Terry spoke with Karen about the project.

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