The Russian Resurrection Film Festival 2018 will screen exclusively at Luna Leederville from 15 -  21 November.

The Russian Resurrection Film Festival is one of the largest, oldest and most respected Russian film festivals outside of Russia. The festival takes audiences on a thrilling journey into one of the world’s most diverse film cultures. From humble beginnings in 2004 screening in just three cities in Australia, the festival has grown dramatically in size and now screens in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth (Luna Leederville)  and Auckland in New Zealand.

Russian Resurrection is thrilled to be celebrating our 15-year anniversary this year and is looking forward to showcasing the best of Russian cinema with audiences across Australia and New Zealand in November," said Festival Director Nicholas Maksymow.

Some of 2018’s most highly anticipated Russian films, which will screen this year include:
Leading Russian actor Konstantin Khabensky’s latest films Sobibor and Selfie have both been confirmed along with a captivating new fantasy film The Last Warrior, figure skating melodrama Ice, a hilarious comedy about male strippers called Night Shift and Danila Kozlovsky’s directorial debut Coach, released just before this year’s World Cup in Russia.


Join us for a screening of the raunchy and beautifully crafted comedy Night Shift at 7pm, followed by a traditional White Birch Russian Vodka after-party with live entertainment food and drinks at Babushka Lounge, 742 Newcastle Street, Leederville (a short walk from the cinema) - tickets $60, buy them online here.

Adults $21.00
Student/Concession/Privilege Card $17.00
Kids $13.00
5 Film Pass $85 adults; $75 Concessions
(Please note 5 Film Passes can only be purchased at the Cinema Box Office, a person must purchase 1 ticket to five different films screening at the festival in one transaction, excludes opening night event)

To stay up to date with Russian Resurrection Film Festival news follow @RussianResurrectionFilmFest on Facebook and @RussianFilmFest on Instagram.

Please note: All films are in Russian with English subtitles.

Luna Leederville
1640 4th Czech and Slovak Film Festival 2018

The Czech and Slovak Association of WA is proud to announce the long-awaited return of the Czech and Slovak Film Festival of WA! Don’t miss the 4th celebration of Czech and Slovak cinema, screening at Luna Leederville 22- 25 November.

The motto of our festival is “Full of stories” and 2018 is set to be a special year that more than lives up to this. 2018 commemorates many momentous anniversaries of the Czech and Slovak history. We are celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia, and more than 100 years of the Czech and Slovak brotherhood, which lasts even though it has been exactly a quarter-century since Czechoslovakia split up.  

Making this year's screenings even more special, every feature film will be preceded by a short film made by ECU film students or an animated bedtime story. 

And finally, every festival visitor has a chance to win one of our fabulous prizes from our awesome sponsors. The main prize is 2 nights for 2 in OK Divers & Spa in Bali. The more films you see, the higher the chance of being drawn!


We would love to invite to the Opening Night of the festival, where we will celebrate the 4th Czech and Slovak Film Festival of WA and more importantly the 100 years’ anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia and more than 100 years of Czech and Slovak brotherhood. 

Join us on 22nd November for a screening of a great movie The Hastrman, a love thriller and mysterious drama about Hastrman – a traditional Czech creature – a water spirit. There will be a complimentary drink on arrival, Czech and Slovak finger food and music for you to enjoy! The event begins at 6:15pm, with the film starting at 6:45pm.


Celebrate and enjoy the last evening of the festival with Czech and Slovak refreshments, great music and an Australian premiere!

In an Australian premiere, we will screen Jan Palach, a tale of one ultimate self-scarifying act in a hopeless time. The message of the movie is timeless and it will always remind us where the Totality Regime can push us and what sensible people can be capable of in extreme conditions. The event begins at 6:00pm, with the film starting at 6:30pm.

Just before the movie, Audience Prizes will be drawn. So, come, bring your friends, and make the Sunday 25th November absolutely unforgettable.

All films are screened with English subtitles and only once, so don't miss your chance and book your tickets now!

Ticket prices: Opening Night $35; Closing Night $25; General tickets: Adults $19.50; Concession (student, seniors/pension, Privilege Card Member $16)

There is a $1.50 surcharge for tickets purchased online.

Screening: Thu 22 Nov - Sun 25 Nov at:
Luna Leederville