Carlton + Godard = Cinema
Carlton + Godard = Cinema (Nigel Buesst, 2003) doco compilation film with long excerpts from films made in Melbourne 1950s-70s; features interviews with filmmakers like Antony I. Ginnane.
Films excerpted include these.
Il Contratto (Giorgio Mangiamele, 1953) b/w; incomplete at the time of the film-maker's death, without soundtrack; has been restored by NFSA; first film about the Italian migration experience, 92 min.
The Brothers (Giorgio Mangiamele, 1958)
The Spag (Giorgio Mangiamele, 1962) 37 min.
Ninety-Nine Per Cent (Giorgio Mangiamele, 1963) 43 min.
The Girlfriends (Peter Elliot, 1967)
Hey Al, Baby (David Minter, 1969) Alan Finney, Chrissie Loh, Peter Carmody, Chris Maudson, Anna Raknes, Eleanor Wilson; 34 min.
Nothing Like Experience (Peter Carmody, 1970)
Bonjour Balwyn (Nigel Buesst, 1971) wr. John Romeril, Nigel Buesst, John Duigan, dp ; John Duigan, Peter Cummins, John Romeril, Patricia Condon, Barbara Stephens, Reg Newson, Camilla Rowntree, Marcel Cugola, Jim Nicholas, Alan Finney, Peter Carmody, Geoff Gardner; 'satirical comedy'; 60 min.
Yackety Yak (Dave Jones, 1974) wr. prod. ed. Dave Jones, dp Gordon Glenn, sound Peter Beilby, Lloyd Carrick; Dave Jones, John Flaus, Peter Carmody, Peggy Cole, Jerzy Toeplitz; look at low-budget film-making; comedy; Melbourne; colour, 16 mm. 86 min.
Jake Wilson, 'Carlton + Godard = Cinema: An Interview with Nigel Buesst', Senses of Cinema, 23 July 2003
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