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What My Grandma Taught Me

Jun 13, 2014 | 136-part series
Video by Gemma Green-Hope

Filmmaker Gemma Green-Hope made this sweet, stop-motion tribute in memory of her nature-loving, bicycle-riding, spider-shooting grandmother. "She had a great sense of the ridiculous," she says. "I want to catalog her life and all its treasures."

Author: Chris Heller

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