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  1. The Melbourne Rendez-vous: Directed by René Lucot. With François Périer, Voitto Hellstén, Veikko Karvonen, Alain Mimoun. The official filmed record of the 1956 Olympic Games in Australia.

    • (70)
    • Documentary, Sport
    • René Lucot
    • 1957-04-12
  2. Overall, The Melbourne Rendezvous is a quirky document of the 1956 Summer Games, interestingly directed by Frenchman René Lucot, that really reminds me of the more experimental Olympic films that sprouted up in the '60s and '70s, namely Tokyo Olympiad and Visions of Eight.

    • René Lucot
    • Productions CSA
  3. The Melbourne Rendez-vous. 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.

  4. 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.

  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.

  6. 7 de ago. de 2020 · Friday's Old Fashioned: The Melbourne Rendez-vous (1957) “The Melbourne Rendez-vous” opens with images of smoggy smokestacks and steel mill blast furnaces, putting into perspective mid-20th century Man’s reliance on machines, shunning his physical grace and movement.

  7. Currently you are able to watch "The Melbourne Rendezvous" streaming on Criterion Channel. Synopsis Rendez-Vous a Melbourne is the official filmed record of the 1956 Olympic Games in Australia.