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is an independent filmmaker who has made over 60 films since 1982,
including four feature-length films.
His work ranges
from experimental films through to narrative dramas, and has screened
extensively in film festivals both in Australia and overseas.
For more details,
you can visit the Innersense
Productions web site.
In 1985, Bill co-founded
the Melbourne Super 8 Film Group, and was at its helm as administrator
and spokesperson till the early '90s. The group still exists and is a
valuable co-operative resource for grass-roots filmmaking.
Bill is also an occasional
writer on film, and in 1999 he founded the online film journal Senses
of Cinema, a forum for serious critical writing on the cinema.
Saloni M goes South, September 26, 2000, Bill screened the following films:
Waters '95-? (1995, 3 mins, Super 8)
a collage of
fragments of Brunswick St. Fitzroy, set to the music of Teenage Fanclub.
Land (1998, 3 mins, Super 8)
shots of streets and lanes, set to Patti Smith's reading of the Allen
Ginsberg poem footnote to howl.
(1996, 2 mins, Super 8)
for this film,
a silent one, Bill wrote and then read a poetic text accompanying the
film, on the night, a once-off performance.
from other Bill Mousoulis films:
to index of artists/performers 2000 - Saloni M goes South page