1188 VOLVO SCANDINAVIAN FILM FESTIVAL 2018

Thursday 19 July - Wednesday 1 August 2018

Celebrating the best in Nordic cinema exclusively at Cinema Paradiso, the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival presents high-calibre and original cinema curated from across Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland.

2018 Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival highlights include:

Winner of the Audience Award at the 2018 Göteborg Film Festival, WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY is a compelling coming-of-age drama in which a Norwegian teen fights against the traditional values and expectations of her Pakistani immigrant parents.

Winner of the 2018 Danish Academy Awards Best Film, WINTER BROTHERS shot in Denmark and Iceland, follows two brothers whose routines, habits, and rituals are ruptured by a violent feud with a neighbouring family.

Vibrant comedy AMATEURS won the 2018 Göteborg Film Festival award for Best Nordic Film acts as a commentary on the changing face of Sweden. Using mobiles and selfie sticks, two high school girls document their declining provincial town.

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Screening: Thu 19 Jul - Wed 1 Aug at:
Cinema Paradiso
1841 4th ANNUAL POLISH FILM FESTIVAL 2018

 Polish Film Festival in Perth will proudly present its 4th edition from 6 to 24 September 2018.

The event will feature a selection of award-winning titles, audience favourites and 2018 releases comprising of various film genres to show the vast spectrum of contemporary Polish cinema. Highlights of 2018 program include one of the most spectacular Polish debuts in recent years about anxieties overpowering the modern society; the most awarded Polish production of the 2018 Polish Academy Awards that won in 10 out of 11 nominated categories including Best Film, and the last feature film of artistic tandem husband and wife Joanna  Kos-Krauze  and  the  late  Krzysztof  Krauze on psychological  consequences of dealing with the aftermath of Rwandan genocide.
 
The Polish Film Festival in Perth is a community-driven local initiative that showcases the breadth of modern Polish cinema to West Australian audiences. Established in 2015, it is the only annual event dedicated to presenting Polish films to West Australians.

The Festival aims to present a range of contemporary, award-winning works and box office hits from renowned and up and coming Polish filmmakers. It creates a unique opportunity for Perth audience to experience the rich Polish culture and watch film productions that are rarely presented in Australian theatres or on television.

Screening: Thu 6 Sep - Mon 24 Sep at:
Luna Leederville