Louise McLeod Tabouis 60POSTS


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.

Lefty/Righty: Review

Lefty/Righty (2018, 11 mins) Righty, Ruby & Robbie have a tense relationship, expressed through a few strained words.  In the middle is small Lefty. With

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)