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Boulevard Films was Frank Howson's production company from 1988 (Boulevard of Broken Dreams) to 1997 (Flynn), when it failed, and Howson went to Hollywood.
Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Pino Amenta, 1988) wr. prod. Frank Howson; John Waters, Penelope Stewart, Nick Paull, Kim Gyngell, Kevin Miles; highly successful playwright (Waters), dying of cancer, returns to Oz from US for final reunion with wife and child; melodrama; flashbacks in b/w; Waters Best Actor AFI 1988, Gyngell Best Supporting Actor; 94 min.
Friday on My Mind (Frank Howson, 1990) aka The Final Stage; Boulevard Films; Abigail, Guy Pearce, Tiriel Mora; thriller; 73 min.
Beyond My Reach (Dan Burstall, 1989) prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; metafilm; young Oz filmmakers make cult film
Heaven Tonight (Pino Amenta, 1990) prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; John Waters, Rebecca Gilling, Kym Gyngell, Sean Scully; reviewed by Greg Kerr, Cinema Papers, 82, March 1991: 54-55; 1960s rock star attempts comeback; father and son rockers
What the Moon Saw (Pino Amenta, 1990) prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; Andrew Shephard, Pat Evison, Kym Gyngell, Danielle Spencer; children's film
Hunting (Frank Howson, 1991) prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; John Savage, Kerry Armstrong, Jeffrey Thomas, Guy Pearce; film noir
Come Rain or Shine (Frank Howson, 1992) prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; Joan Brockenshire, Kole Dysart, Tommy Dysart; drama; 90 min.
Slow Night at the Kuwaiti Cafe, A (Marc Gracie, 1991) prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; Mike Bishop, Tiriel Mora, Fiona Corke, Tania Lacy; Vietnam vet holds cafe manager hostage
Crimetime (Marc Gracie, 1993) aka Crime Time; prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; Marcus Graham, Bruce Venable, Lucy Bell, David Argue, Steven Grives; police, crime; not released; 96 min.
Flynn (Frank Howson, 1993) aka My Forgotten Man; Boulevard Films, wr. Frank Howson, Alister Webb; Guy Pearce, John Savage, Steven Berkoff, Claudia Karvan; Guy Pearce as young Errol Flynn; story of Errol Flynn's early years; partly filmed Fiji; mostly (60%?) shot 1989
The Intruder (Richard Wolstencroft, 1994) aka Deliver Us from Evil; wr. Frank Howson, prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; Tottie Goldsmith, Lachy Hulme, Paul Moder; horror, thriller; 85 min.
Final Stage, The (Frank Howson, 1995) wr. Frank Howson, prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; Abigail, Tommy Dysart, Frank Howson, Michael Lake, Zachery McKay, Adrian Wright; comedy
A Thin Life (Frank Howson, 1996) prod. Frank Howson, Boulevard Films; Tommy Dysart; comedy
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