Director: Darrel Wardle
Would a James A. Fitpatrick travelogue today see Melbourne today as it was in 1959?
Directed by Darryl Wardle (1959)
An experiment in the creative use of colour visuals, natural sound and dialogue commentary, this film shows the loneliness of the aimless wanderers in the city streets contrasted with those who have … More »
A humorous look at Melbourne, directed by Richard Mason (1954). ... You can read more about this film in Senses of Cinema. ... More »
It's early morning in Melbourne, and crowds of workers arrive, piling into the city by train and tram. During the day the streets are packed with people who dispose of rubbish without thought, necess… More »
Architects, administrators, interior designers, construction workers and others associated with the construction of the Melbourne Concert Hall are interviewed about the iconic Melbourne landmark. Sho… More »
Part of the Life in Australia series, produced by The Australian Commonwealth Film Unit, this short takes us throught the streets of mid-60s Melbourne, from the roar of the MCG to CBD nightlife. ... … More »