Luna On SX
Windsor Cinema

31 October - 24 November


The MINI British Film Festival returns to Windsor Cinema and Luna on SX with a standout selection of prestige film and box office hits from the British Isles.

We are delighted to announce the the programme, which feature some of the most anticipated films of the year - from powerful true stories and literary adaptations to biographies and documentaries. With 20 new release titles plus a retrospective on Dame Helen Mirren and some restored gems, this year’s selection sees British cinema at its best!

The MINI British Film Festival will open nationally with MILITARY WIVES from director Peter Cattaneo (The Full Monty, 1997). Kristin Scott Thomas leads this inspiring drama about the bravery of the women of war, and the power of the music that saved them. And closing the Festival, will be the highly anticipated film THE GOOD LIAR. Based on the widely acclaimed novel by Nicholas Searle, Oscar-winning screenwriter Bill Condon (Gods and Monsters, 1998) directs this wicked thriller featuring magnificent lead performances by Dame Helen Mirren and Sir Ian McKellen.

Other highlights include:

HOPE GAP, led by the brilliant and layered performances of Annette Bening, Bill Nighy, and BAFTA winner Josh O’Connor, this is a powerful story of finding hope after a marriage breakdown.

Uplifting and picturesque comedy FISHERMAN’S FRIENDS tells the true story of the part-time Cornish sea shanty group that hit the big time.

Off the back of the smash hit Oasis – Definitely Maybe, we see Liam Gallagher’s revealing and entertaining expedition from the wilderness of booze and legal battles to his attempt to stage the greatest comeback in rock history in LIAM GALLAGHER: AS IT WAS.

A stellar cast lead by Keira Knightly feature in Oscar-winning director Gavin Hood’s OFFICIAL SECRETS, a superb true-life political thriller about an accused British whistle-blower who leaked information about the Iraqi invasion.

Ken Loach returns after his Palme D’Or-winning I, Daniel Blake, with SORRY WE MISSED YOU. Another brilliant study of a struggling working-class couple caught in a hopelessly exploitative system.

And audiences at festivals world-wide have fallen head over heels for ROMANTIC ROAD – the eccentric and adventurous road-trip documentary charting an elderly British couple’s ambitious journey across India in their 1936 Rolls Royce.

In addition to the latest films, this year’s festival retrospective MIRROR ON MIRREN features some rarely seen hidden gems from Helen Mirren’s back catalogue, including: THE AGE OF CONSENT (1969), SAVAGE MESSIAH (1972), O’LUCKY MAN (1973), THE MADNESS OF KING GEORGE (1994), CALENDAR GIRLS (2003) and THE QUEEN (2006) for which Mirren won an Academy Award for her performance as Queen Elizabeth II.

Please note: The Personal History of David Copperfield screening at Luna on SX, Fremantle on 3rd Nov at 3.30pm has been replaced with Military Wives (Sorry for any inconvenience) You can still catch a screening of David Copperfield at the Windsor Cinema, Nedlands at 6.30pm on the 9th Nov.

For updates and more information, visit www.britishfilmfestival.com.au

KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE FESTIVAL:  www.facebook.com/britishfilmfest  #BritishFilmFest

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Luna On SX

The Fremantle Biennale and Luna on SX bring you 4 x 4, a mini film festival screening a curated selection of contemporary culture flicks over four weekends during the Fremantle Biennale.


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Luna Leederville

Now it’s ninth year, Iranian Film Festival Australia is the only nation-wide Australian Festival dedicated to Iranian Cinema. Our aim is to showcase a diverse range of the best and most interesting of current Iranian cinema, One of the world’s most exhilarating national cinemas, and through cinema to introduce Iranian culture to other Australians, providing a better cultural understanding.

The Iranian Film Festival Australia is thrilled to announce Reza Mirkarimi’s acclaimed, multi award winning film, Castle of Dreams as the opening night film of this year’s Festival, which takes place from 14 November - 20 November In its ninth iteration IFFA 2019 will showcase the best of Iranian cinema, presenting a mix of films by world-renowned Iranian auteurs alongside thrilling new talents in a dynamic program that tours across the country.

After winning the Best Screenplay and Music awards at Iran’s National Academy Awards, Castle of Dreams went on to scoop the Golden Goblet prize for Best Film, the Best Director prize for Reza Mirkarimi and a shared Best Actor Award for Hamed Behdad at the prestigious Shanghai Film Festival earlier this year.

A drama about family, separation and keeping one’s promises by one of Iran’s finest filmmakers, Castle of Dreams is described by The Hollywood Reporter as “a subtly written and sensitively directed psychological drama that nimbly teases out the meaning of fatherhood and the responsibility it entails.”

Adults $20
Student/Concession/Privilege Card $15.50
Opening Night $30 - Patrons will receive a complimentary drink on arrival from 6.30pm plus Iranian finger food courtesy of the Persian Food Delivery - Perth (while stocks last) Film starts 7.00pm. Tickets on sale and on online


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Screening: Thu 21 Nov - Sun 24 Nov at:
Luna Leederville

The Czech and Slovak Association of WA is delighted to announce the 5th Czech and Slovak Film Festival of WA. The festival will take place at Luna Leederville 21st to 24th November.

For the fifth time, we will be celebrating the beauty and courage of the Czech and Slovak cinematography, which addresses tough themes with ease, humour and critical self-reflection. The year 2019 is again the year of many respectable anniversaries. So, our traditional motto “Full of Stories” is an accurate one.

To make every screening more festival-ish!, all feature films will be preceded by a short film made by ECU and WASA film students. And finally, every festival visitor has a chance to win one of our fabulous prizes from our generous sponsors. The main prize is two nights for two in OK Divers & Spa in Bali. All the films are screened with English subtitles and only once, so do not miss your chance and book your tickets!


We would love to invite you to the opening night of the festival, where we will celebrate not only the 5th Czech and Slovak Film Festival of WA but also the 30th anniversary of The Velvet revolution which opened the former Czechoslovak Socialist Republic to the free world.

Join us on 21st November for a screening of the great movie On The Roof, with a complimentary drink on arrival, Czech and Slovak finger food and music for you to enjoy! The event begins at 6:00pm, the movie will be screened at 7pm.


The last evening of the festival is another moment worth celebrating – The Closing Night. Come and enjoy Czech and Slovak refreshment and the movie.

An Australian Premiere, we will be screening Toman, a historic drama about controversial character Zdenek Toman, who is fighting for his personal prospects and the prospect of the Communist Party in Czechoslovakia after WWII, not knowing how considerably his actions will influence The Czech Republic 70 years later. The event begins at 5:45pm, the movie at 6:20pm.

Just before the movie, audience prizes will be drawn. So, come, bring your friends, and make Sunday 24th November absolutely unforgettable.


Ticket prices
Opening Night: $35 | Closing Night: $25 or $55 for a combo ticket to both events (only available at the Luna Leederville box office)
Adult: $20 | Concession, Student, Privilege Card Member: $16 | Child Under 15: $13

There is a $1.50 surcharge for tickets purchased online.

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