Louise McLeod Tabouis
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An Australian who has spent most of her adult life in Paris, Louise is a sometime photographer, documentary-maker, writer, researcher, day-dreamer and interviewer, who prefers to start the day at the local cinema’s 9am session.

Prayers To The Gods Of Guerrilla Filmmaking: Review

Prayers To The Gods Of Guerrilla Filmmaking: Review If you have already seen films which appear to be documentaries or mockumentaries, but are in fact

The House By The Sea

Under a bright winter sun an elderly man mutters the words tant pis (too bad) as he looks over the stunning bay. Appearing to

Review: President Evil

Days before the November mid-term election, three young women who identify as Muslim, Mexican and Haitian are stalked by a deranged person.  Erratically driving

glass jaw

1995 Bakersfield California, the scene is a mess of beer and trailer park. Young Travis Austin (Jack Fisher) and his father Sam (Jon Gries)

Anchor And Hope oona chaplin

Chorizo the cat has died and Eva’s mum Germaine (Geraldine Chaplin) has given it a spectacular burial. On their return to their houseboat, talk