Welcome to the 2020 Festival!
The POLISH FILM FESTIVAL IN PERTH returns to Luna Leederville with a strong lineup of critically acclaimed films, presenting a range of contemporary works from renowned and up and coming Polish filmmakers.
The Festival, opened on Thursday 29 October with THE LEGIONS, one of the most expensive Polish film productions of all time set against the backdrop of the heroic struggle of Polish Legions to win independence from Tsarist Russia.
The full program is available on our website. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Luna Cinemas, Leederville Box Office.
Highlights of the program include:
CHARLATAN, a fascinating biopic by the three-time Oscar nominee Agnieszka Holland (Mr Jones, Spoor, Europa Europa) of an exceptional Czech healer who cured thousands with plant-based remedies.
Brimming with jazz ICARUS. THE LEGEND OF MIETEK KOSZ by Maciej Pieprzyca (Life Feels Good), a drama inspired by the true story of blind piano prodigy Mietek Kosz, starring the brilliant Dawid Ogrodnik with music by one of the most acclaimed Polish jazz pianists and music composers, Leszek Możdżer.
25 YEARS OF INNOCENCE. THE CASE OF TOMEK KOMENDA, based on real events that shocked Poland and made headlines for many months a gripping crime drama about a man who had served 18 years in prison for murder before being found innocent.
For the full program go to polishfilmfestival.org
TICKETS: ADULT: $21 | CONCESSION: $18 | FAMILY FILM $16.50 (DAY OF CHOCOLATE) – 1 price for all on this film.
MULTIPASS: 5 Ticket Multi Pass $85 – Multi-film passes are for separate, preselected sessions for one person. All films must be chosen in advance to different films at the time of purchase. Multi-Pass tickets not valid for Opening Night. Available at the Box Office only
All films screen only once, so don’t miss your chance and book your tickets early!
All films screen at Luna Cinemas, Leederville either with English subtitles or in English.
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