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'Dante's Inferno' puppets
"Dante's Inferno," directed by Emerson Graduate Sean Meredith, stars two-dimensional, ink-on-paper cut-outs manipulated by rods and strings. (Dantefilm.com) Dantefilm.com

Pulling some strings to get a movie made

Director uses puppets, not people, for retelling of 'Dante's Inferno'

By Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / March 18, 2007

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At the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival , an alternative film festival that runs simultaneously with the Sundance Film Festival in Utah each January, there was buzz surrounding one of the more experimental flicks in the indie lineup, a full-length feature called "Dante's Inferno." (Full article: 1070 words)

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