Carlton + Godard = Cinema (2003)


A retrospective look at the film-making movement in Carlton during the 1960s/1970s, the filmmakers and the influences that inspired and motivated them. Includes an examination of the life and work of neo-realist Giorgio Mangiamele, and the French new wave styles of Brian Davies, Peter Carmody, Antony I. Ginnane, Peter Elliot, James Clayden, Nigel Buesst, David Minter. An assembly of extracts from several of the Carlton films are juxtaposed with pieces of Godard’s early films revealing much about a fascinating period of Melbourne filmmaking.

Director: Nigel Buesst.
Writer: Nigel Buesst.
Stars: Antony I. Ginnane, Geoffrey Gardner, James Clayden, Bob Garlick, Giancarlo Giustin, Graeme Cutts.


MP4 | 2.78 GB | 720×576 | 25 FPS | 2546 kb/s | AAC 192 kb/s
Language: English | Subtitles: None

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  1. Greg Atkins
    May 5, 2024

    This was the last place I would have expected to stumble across a doco about film making in Melbourne. But here we are!
    I was hanging around Carlton in the late 1970s and the 1980s, so I had some fun landmark spotting. The Carlton Moviehouse, I regret, has been converted to offices. But I did see a few films there. And it thoroughly deserved its nickname of ‘The Bughouse!’
    Johnny’s Green Room was a good place to eat, although the furniture was pretty spartan as I recall. It’s a pity there wasn’t a John Duigan type around Lygon Street during the 1980s. There was a menswear/tailor who papered his windows with unpaid bills. And no names redacted!
    Thanks for a new look at my old home town.

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