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  1. www.ngataonga.org.nz › search-use-collectionTHE MELBOURNE RENDEZVOUS

    Film of the Olympic Games held in Melbourne Australia in 1956. The first reel contains an introduction to Australia, and scenic views of Melbourne, its suburbs and Australian native animals. The opening ceremony is documented, the New Zealand team makes …

  2. Directed by René Lucot • 1957 • France. Of the two feature endeavors made around the Games of the XVI Olympiad in 1956, THE MELBOURNE RENDEZ-VOUS, directed by René Lucot, excels. Its tone is more observant and more inquiring than that of most Olympic films. Shooting in Agfacolor, Lucot and his crew focus on the human aspect of the ...

  3. Rendez-Vous a Melbourne is the official filmed record of the 1956 Olympic Games in Australia. At the time of its release, there was much controversy in the documentary-filmmaking world over the fact that the Aussies signed over exclusive distribution rights to a French firm, resulting in a boycott from other movie companies. None of this matters when the film is seen today: though not in the ...

  4. Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne is one of Australia’s finest historic hotels. Located on Flinders Street a three-minute walk from Flinders Street Station overlooking the scenic Yarra River, this Melbourne city centre hotel boasts a prime location in the heart of the central business district that’s well suited for both business and leisure.

  5. Rendez-Vous a Melbourne is the official filmed record of the 1956 Olympic Games in Australia. At the time of its release, there was much controversy in the documentary-filmmaking world over the fact that the Aussies signed over exclusive distribution rights to a French firm, resulting in a boycott from other movie companies. None of this matters when the film is seen today: though not in the ...

  6. The Russian Doll and Skripov the Spy: ASIO’s Legal Resident (1963) and Peter Butt’s Final Rendezvous. Steph. April 2020. Feature Articles. Recent.

  7. Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne was built in 1913 and is one of Australia’s finest historic hotels. Located on Flinders Street overlooking the scenic Yarra River and only a three-minute walk from Flinders Street Station, this Melbourne city centre hotel boasts a prime location in the heart of the central business district that’s well suited for both business and leisure.