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The selection of Sophie Hyde.s drama 52 Tuesdays in the world cinema dramatic competition at the Sundance Film Festival in January isn.t the only platform for the project at the festival.

The web and smart phone-based companion project My 52 Tuesdays will screen in Sundance.s New Frontier program. The festival describes the sidebar as a social and creative space that showcases media installations, multimedia performances, transmedia experiences and panel discussions.

Shot in Adelaide each Tuesday for a year, the film stars Tilda Cobham-Hervey as 16-year-old Billie, whose mother (Del Herbert-Jane) reveals she plans to change her gender. The producers are Rebecca Summerton.s Closer Productions, Cormack, Hyde and Bryan Mason.

My 52 Tuesdays is a collaboration between Closer Productions and experience design company Sandpit. It.s a touring photo-booth, web and smart phone-based project following participants' responses to a year-long series of questions. Participants are asked one question each Tuesday for a year, »

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