Phil Noyce 1971, Australia, 50 mins, 2x16mm
A radical new departure in documentary filmmaking; two screens bursting with pulsating images overpowering the mind as 10,000 young people and performers do their own thing amidst the antiseptic environment that is our capital city. (Sydney Filmmakers Co-op). A rare chance to see Australia’s counter-culture at work and play at the Aquarius Festival of 1971, and take a peek into the underground past of one of Australias most respectable conventional film directors.
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