POLISH FILM FESTIVAL IN PERTH proudly presents its 4th edition taking place from 6 to 24 September 2018 with an additional special event on 25 October 2018.  The 2018 Festival will feature a selection of award-winning titles and audience favourites, comprising of a variety of film genres to show the vast spectrum of contemporary Polish cinema.

The year 2018 marks an important event in Polish history - the centenary of Poland regaining its independence after 123 years of foreign rule, which is going to be celebrated with a special screening on 25 October of soon to be released in Poland SQUADRON 303. The film tells the thrilling story of the celebrated Polish 303 "Kościuszko" Squadron and their heroic fight for a free Europe alongside RAF pilots in the Battle of Britain.

All films screen with English subtitles. The full program is available at: www.polishfilmfestival.org

Each film will screen only once, so don’t miss your chance and book your tickets early!

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All films are $20 adult and $18 Concession

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Luna Leederville

The MINI British Film Festival returns for its sixth and biggest year yet at the Windsor Cinema and Luna on SX from October 26 to November 14 with a standout selection of prestige film and box office hits from the British Isles.

We are delighted to announce the 2018 programme, which features some of the most eagerly anticipated British films of the year including powerful true stories, literary adaptations and biographies along with modern classics starring some of Britain’s best known and beloved stars.

The festival will open with COLETTE, which stars Keira Knightley as French writer Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, whose provocative debut becomes the toast of Belle Époque Paris in Wash Westmoreland's (Still Alice) mesmerising biopic. Dominic West and Fiona Shaw also feature.

Michael Caine leads an all-star cast including Jim Broadbent, Tom Courtenay, Michael Gambon and Ray Winstone in KING OF THIEVES, the funny, incredible true story of the Hatton Garden robbery, the most daring heist in British criminal history. From the Academy Award-winning director of The Theory of Everything, James Marsh.

RED JOAN, based on the life of British KGB agent Melita Norwood, Academy Award winner Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson portray the life of Joan Stanley, one of the most influential spies in living history. From veteran British stage and screen director, Trevor Nunn. 

This year’s closing night film is the truly funny and touching story of one of Hollywood’s greatest double acts: Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. From BAFTA-winning writer Jeff Pope (Philomena) and starring Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly, STAN AND OLLIE comes straight from closing the 62nd BFI London Film Festival. 

Australian star Elizabeth Debicki (Breath, The Kettering Incident) plays literary icon Virginia Woolf in VITA AND VIRGINIA, the fascinating true story of the love affair between Woolf and socialite Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton, The Finest) in this sumptuous portrait which screens direct from its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. 

This year’s retrospective, SWINGING SIXTIES features some of the films that ushered in a new era in British filmmaking after post-war austerity and the kitchen sink dramas of the British New Wave. The mid-60s ushered in a more mischievous, spirited cinema, and now more than half a century after this cultural revolution, we turn back the clock to find five films that let in the light on swinging London, including two films starring one of the actors most associated with the period, Michael Caine: THE KNACK… AND HOW TO GET IT (1965); ALFIE (1966); GEORGY GIRL (1966); TO SIR, WITH LOVE (1967); and THE ITALIAN JOB (1969).

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Screening: Fri 26 Oct - Wed 14 Nov at:
Luna On SX
Windsor Cinema

Now in its eighth 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.

Many Iranians consider IFFA the key Iranian cultural event in Australia. This year's program includes recent films from some of the most prominent Iranian directors such as Bahmam Farmanara's Tale of The Sea (2018 Moscow Film Festival) and Mani Haghighi's Black-Comedy, PIG (2018 Berlinale competition) and also the work of a new generation of filmmakers such as Abbas Amini's Hendi & Hormoz (2018 Berlinale).


Join us on Nov 2 for an opening night to celebrate the 8th Iranian Film Festival Australia 2018 with a screening of Mani Haghighi's Black-Comedy PIG, with a complimentary drink on arrival and delicious Iranian finger food by Persian Food Delivery from 6.30pm! Film starts 7.00pm. Opening Night Tickets now on sale.

Adults $20
Student/Concession/Privilege Card $15
5 Film Pass $85 adults
(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) * (Ticket prices include a booking fee of $1.50 per ticket)

Please note: All films in Farsi with English subtitles.
Visit the festival website for details www.iffa.net.au


Screening: Fri 2 Nov - Wed 7 Nov at:
Luna Leederville

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.

Screening: Thu 15 Nov - Wed 21 Nov at:
Luna Leederville