The entire film collection of Greek-Australian filmmaker Bill Mousoulis
is now available on Vimeo for private viewing.

Since 1982, Mousoulis has made around 110 films (10 features, 100 shorts), most of them in Melbourne, Australia, with 2 recent features also made in Greece.  Along his path, Mousoulis has also been an occasional critic (founding the online journal Senses of Cinema) and a passionate advocate for grass-roots, independent filmmaking (founding the Melbourne Super 8 Film Group years ago, and the websites Melbourne Independent Filmmakers and Pure Shit: Australian Cinema in more recent times).

His work is influenced by the cinema practice of auteurs such as Bresson, Godard, Rossellini, Akerman, Borzage, Demy, Bunuel, Cassavetes and various others, and by experimental cinema and music clips.  You can read an Overview of Mousoulis' work here.  He has been championed by international critics such as Adrian Martin, Maximilian Le Cain, Jit Phokaew, Mónica Delgado, Rüdiger Tomczak, Dan Georgakas, and Australian critics such as Jake Wilson, Philippa Hawker, Rolando Caputo, Fiona Villella, Lesley Chow, Christos Tsiolkas.


 Selling 16mm film stock to the Australian film making community at competitive prices.  LINK:


NANO LAB is one of the few small format labs in Australia that offer everything a film maker needs in the one location. 

For more information please see the website.


Sydney’s only old school film and camera store, specialized in vintage stills and motion cameras, film, accessories, and limited processing and scanning of film 

Services Offered:
Super8, 16mm, 35mm, 120 and more.
Film Processing and scanning on most stocks film available.
Camera Maintenance, servicing, cleaning and repairs.
Accessories, batteries/conversions,
Photography for Beginners & Beyond
Courses & Workshops

Phone: 0412 337 255

Local group that maintains an informative website, numerous links, and publishes a magazine for members.  Also keeps members apprised of film sales and exhibitions.
Melbourne based film production company specialising in manufacturing film equipment, converting 16mm cameras to Super 16mm, and IMAX equipment rental.

Our Members share a wide range of interests covering all aspects of photography. All equipment, still and movie, images, printed material and all processes from daguerreotype to digital. Our field trips and workshops encourage the use of collections.

National Film and Sound Archive
Enormous collection of Film and Audio, most searchable, features many film articles, and resources.  A must see for enthusiasts of Australian film and sound.

Established in 1952, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is the most significant screen event in Australia. The festival takes place annually in the heart of the city, presenting an acclaimed screening program alongside industry and celebratory events.

A quality and well known business in Melbourne, Australia.  Selling all sorts of of items for all photographic needs.  LINK:   

Artist Film Workshop is an artist-run group in Melbourne whose mission is to provide access to film knowledge and resources for artists.  AFW has a new permanent home at Goodtime Studio which is in the basement of the Uni-lodge building opposite Melbourne University tram stop, 746 Swantson Street Carlton, VIC 3053

AFW’s new space includes a wet lab, where cine film of any guage can be processed, a dry dark-room with 16mm contact printer and editing facilities, and a screening space.


Created by film & television industry professionals the Young Filmmakers Alliance will be Australia's premier training and networking hub for filmmakers aged 14 - 17 offering hands on school holiday workshops, social & networking events, merchandise and professional guidance. The purpose of YFA is provide aspiring young filmmakers with the skills and contacts to make outstanding short films and documentaries while making life long friends along the way!


"Screen Hub is the daily email News and Jobs service for people working in the Australian film and television industries...We employ a team of journalists whose only job is to let you know what's happening in Australian and New Zealand film and television!"
Neglab, a motion picture film laboratory for processing 35mm and 16mm color negative, has re-opened, providing high-quality film processing services to the region. Werner Winkelmann, original owner of the facility, has over 25 years of experience working in the lab industry and brings extensive expertise to the entire imaging chain.
For more information, either download the price list, email Neglab or visit their WEBSITE 

Western Australia's premier wedding video producers.  We believe a wedding video is much more than just a record of an event. It is one of the most important days of your life, and we take great pride in perfectly capturing every special moment. 

Everafter Productions

Vanbar Imaging is a major player in the photographic industry, catering for all photography needs in Victoria and N.S.W for the past 30 years.

Vanbar Imaging

Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) is a not-for-profit community organisation that holds a 10 day Festival every March. MQFF provides unique opportunities for the exhibition of high quality films from Australia and abroad.  The Festival aims to deliver poignant and thought-provoking films that document LGBTI lives truthfully and with respect.


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