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THE SKY ABOVE THE MUD BELOW One Sheet Movie Poster Academy Award winner

Price: AUD $75.00
Brand: VICTORIAN SHED
EXCEPTIONALLY RARE Original hand litho Australian one sheet 27" x 40" folded as issued very good condition, minor fold wear, the printing process has left a slight impression of the title in the upper section of the poster  (see enlarged photo).
 
This poster comes from a collection of movie posters recently discovered in an old shed on a farm in country Victoria. The posters range from 1930s - 1960s and cover a wide range of genres and styles. Condition varies on the posters as they were not stored with care but linen backing would address any issues that they may have.
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Sky Above and Mud Beneath

Sky Above and Mud Beneath, also released as The Sky Above –The Mud Below, is a 1961 French documentary film. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.
The film documented a 7-month, thousand-mile Franco-Dutch expedition led by Pierre-Dominique Gaisseau, into uncharted territories of what was then Netherlands New Guinea. The expedition began in the northern region of the Asmat. The group interacted with tribes of cannibals, headhunters and Pygmies; battled leeches, hunger, and exhaustion; and discovered and named the Princess Marijke River, named after Princess Maria Christina of the Netherlands.
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