Unknown Pleasures JULY screenings

July 11, 2019

"Unknown Pleasures: Australian independent cinema" is a series of semi-regular screenings curated and presented by Chris Luscri & Bill Mousoulis, featuring the best of Australian indie cinema, both new and old, narrative and non-narrative, with discussions with most of the filmmakers, presented in the boutique venue Long Play Cinema in Melbourne.
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Unknown Pleasures JULY screenings

"Unknown Pleasures: Australian independent cinema" is a series of semi-regular screenings curated and presented by Chris Luscri & Bill Mousoulis, featuring the best of Australian indie cinema, both new and old, narrative and non-narrative, with discussions with most of the filmmakers, presented in the boutique venue Long Play Cinema in Melbourne.

“Unknown Pleasures: Australian independent cinema” is an attempt to throw some light on under-represented films and filmmakers, and also an attempt to foster a sense of community, to create a movement toward a more intimate, local model with filmmakers closely and passionately engaged with their audiences.

Tuesday, July 16, 7:30 pm:
THE REFRACTING GLASSES (1992, 96 mins, David Perry)
Essay cum narrative feature from one of Australia’s seminal experimental filmmakers
Intro (and short video interview) by Kriszta Doczy

Monday, July 22, 7:30 pm:
THROBBIN’ 84 (2017, 95 mins, Timothy Spanos)
Inventive and funny B-grade ’80s pastiche action-comedy
Intro & Q&A with Timothy Spanos, conducted by Jake Wilson

Full program info at http://www.pureshitauscinema.com/unknown_pleasures.html

Long Play Cinema, 318 St. Georges Rd, Nth Fitzroy.
$5 entry fee. Cash only, at the door. Bookings essential, please email [email protected]