A film I featured in way back in 2007 called Kissing Paris will be screening at Longplay on May 6, 2019. The film was directed by the late and great, Anna Kannava. Recently, I wrote a memoir about my experience working with her called Seven Years After, Seven Years Older, which you can read here.
I have taken the details of the screening from the Facebook Event page:
Book a seat for this session, please leave a message here, or email Bill Mousoulis at firstname.lastname@example.org
$5 entry. Cash at the door, no cards.
7:30 pm start. If sold out, another session at 9:30 pm.
Venue address: 318 St. Georges Rd, Nth. Fitzroy. Please note this carefully if coming for the first time. Do not go to Northcote.
(2008, 86 mins, Anna Kannava)
Intro & Q&A with Natalie Vella (actress & co-producer)
The last film from the fiercely independent Anna Kannava, who died before her time in 2011, Kissing Paris is a unique entry in the annals of Australian indie cinema. Shot in Paris by just Kannava and actress/co-producer Natalie Vella for only $20,000 (including plane flights), it is an exquisite and often-jazzy exploration of love and romance. Vella’s performance is fresh and raw, as she veers from one emotion to the other, grappling wih the meaning of love and life.
More info – http://www.pureshitauscinema.com/unknown_pleasures.html#7
Part of the series “Unknown Pleasures: Australian independent cinema”, curated and presented by Chris Luscri & Bill Mousoulis
Info on the whole series here – http://www.pureshitauscinema.com/unknown_pleasures.html