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Melbourne '89
(1989, 13 mins, Super-8, color, sound on film)

Featuring: George Goularas, Bill Mousoulis (and V/O).

Genre: essay / doco

Synopsis: Various tableaux of Melbourne in 1989, as experienced by the film-maker.

Creative synopsis: "I can't live with myself .... Your bone's got a little machine .... Every day is like Sunday ..... No more sorry."   No more sorry.

Available on DVD for purchase as part of

The Films of Bill Mousoulis
Vol 5 1989

or as part of Super Dreams

Screenings: 9, including: 4th Melbourne Super-8 Film Festival, Sep 1989; "The Films of Bill Mousoulis", Nov 1992; "Two Independent Film-makers", Horsham, Mar 1997.

"It is a film of shots/views. Views of Melbourne and portraits of friends. There is also a section of Bill and his band. The ten second portraits of Mark Freeman, Sarah Johnson, Chris Windmill, Heinz Boeck and others looked good. The last shot of George (Renaissance Man) Random in drizzly Punt Road was SENSATIONAL!!!"
                                            - Nick Ostrovskis, Super Eight, Oct 1989.

- No.5 in Top Ten Super-8 Films of 1989, Mark Freeman, Super-8 Yearbook, Feb 1990.