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About The Hero

Name: Brett Hansen
Profession: Puppeteer
Bio: Performed and trained in the USA with Jim Henson puppeteers from Sesame Street and The Muppets. His business Larrikin Puppets (based on Bribie Island, north of Brisbane, Australia) has been delighting audiences since 2012, and has included live performances at Woodford Folk Festival, the Puppetry Arts Festival of Brooklyn (NYC), the Mary Poppins Festival (Maryborough), and a corporate puppet show at QPAC for the cast and company of the Julie Andrews-directed "My Fair Lady".

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5 thoughts on “The Puppeteer”

  1. Brett Hansen

    I received an email from a father who said he watched “The Puppeteer” documentary and was reminded of his ten year old son. His son loves puppets (and wants to do one of our workshops), loves to draw, plays piano by ear and stuggles to make friends at school because of all of these strange and quirky interests and talents – just like me! Just thought it would be nice to let you know. It was amazing to hear from this guy and to learn that your doco was meaningful to him and struck a chord. Thank you again for telling my story. I hope it inspires many more shy, weird kids (just like I was) to follow their dreams. ?

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Release Date:
15/03/2018
Chapter:
Brisbane - Australia
Synopsis:
Brett's love of puppetry has started as soon as he could stand up and properly use his hands. He used to create puppets from whatever he got his hands on... perhaps to deal with the harsh reality of our often cruel world. From school bullying through workplace abuse he did never give up the hope that one day he can finally fulfill his mission and bring happiness to our world!
Crew:
INSPIREFLIX - Production Company
N.A. - Partner
Gabor Kukucska - Producer
Gabor Kukucska - Cinematographer
Gabor Kukucska - Editor
Cast:
Brett Hansen
Ross Hansen
Sandra Gartner
Troggg
Free Range The Chicken
Frazzmatazz
Elissa Jenkins
Music:
A Day By The Sea Without Her – Spheriá
Soundtrack of Sorrow – Great Scott
This Time (With You) – Aritus
Serene – Aritus

About The Hero

Name: Brett Hansen
Profession: Puppeteer
Bio: Performed and trained in the USA with Jim Henson puppeteers from Sesame Street and The Muppets. His business Larrikin Puppets (based on Bribie Island, north of Brisbane, Australia) has been delighting audiences since 2012, and has included live performances at Woodford Folk Festival, the Puppetry Arts Festival of Brooklyn (NYC), the Mary Poppins Festival (Maryborough), and a corporate puppet show at QPAC for the cast and company of the Julie Andrews-directed "My Fair Lady".

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Audience Rating

What did you think of this film?

Click on a star to rate it!

This film has been rated 83 times, giving it an average rating of 4.6 stars.

No ratings so far! Be the first to rate this film.

Audience Reviews

5 thoughts on “The Puppeteer”

  1. Brett Hansen

    I received an email from a father who said he watched “The Puppeteer” documentary and was reminded of his ten year old son. His son loves puppets (and wants to do one of our workshops), loves to draw, plays piano by ear and stuggles to make friends at school because of all of these strange and quirky interests and talents – just like me! Just thought it would be nice to let you know. It was amazing to hear from this guy and to learn that your doco was meaningful to him and struck a chord. Thank you again for telling my story. I hope it inspires many more shy, weird kids (just like I was) to follow their dreams. ?

Leave a Reply

About The Film

Tags:
Release Date:
15/03/2018
Chapter:
Brisbane - Australia
Categories:
Synopsis:
Brett's love of puppetry has started as soon as he could stand up and properly use his hands. He used to create puppets from whatever he got his hands on... perhaps to deal with the harsh reality of our often cruel world. From school bullying through workplace abuse he did never give up the hope that one day he can finally fulfill his mission and bring happiness to our world!
Crew:
INSPIREFLIX - Production Company
N.A. - Partner
Gabor Kukucska - Producer
Gabor Kukucska - Cinematographer
Gabor Kukucska - Editor
Cast:
Brett Hansen
Ross Hansen
Sandra Gartner
Troggg
Free Range The Chicken
Frazzmatazz
Elissa Jenkins
Music:
A Day By The Sea Without Her – Spheriá
Soundtrack of Sorrow – Great Scott
This Time (With You) – Aritus
Serene – Aritus

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