MORNING FLICKS FOR KIDS
Polish Film Festival in Perth presents a special screening for our youngest! For the first time in Perth on a big screen, a selection of old favourites from Poland. Bolek and Lolek, Reksio (Rex) and the newest production from Studio Movie Drawing in Bielsko - Biała, Kocidrapka (Xavier the Cat).
Do you remember the adventures of two creative brothers who are never bored? Or a little resourceful dog that is always willing to help others? The popular heroes won the hearts of millions of Poles. Let the kids enjoy these cartoon characters’ incredible adventures while you go on a sentimental journey yourself!
This two hour session is suitable for ages 2 to 7. All children under the age of 15 have to be accompanied by an adult. All films are non-dialogue. Food and drinks are not allowed at the Theatre.
Morning Flicks for Kids, Saturday 25 July, 10.30am, State Library of Western Australia, Northbridge.
Tickets on sale online or at the venue before the screening, unless sold out prior.
"CARTE BLANCHE" WINS THE GRAND PRIZE AT SHANGHAI IFF
Great news comes from Shanghai just before our screening of CARTE BLANCHE in Perth. The 2015 film by Jacek Lusińsk has just won the Grand Prix of one the largest film festivals in Asia.
At the 18th Shanghai International Film Festival the jury, headed by the prominent director Andrey Zvyagintsev (Leviathan, The Return), unanimously granted the Jury Grand Prix to CARTE BLANCHE.
Inspired by true events CARTE BLANCHE is a story about respected high school teacher who hides his progressing blindness to fulfill his educational duty and help students with end of school exams. The film was shot almost entirely in Lublin and it features contemporary city with characteristic trolleybuses and beautiful Old Town.
CARTE BLANCHE screens in Perth Monday, 6 July at 6.30 PM at Cinema Paradiso
NU WAY GLASS & GLAZING SPONSORS POLISH FILM FESTIVAL IN PERTH
Polish Film Festival in Perth is pleased to announce Nu-Way Glass & Glazing as our major sponsor.
Nu Way Glass & Glazing are the premier double and triple glazing professionals in Perth and Western Australia. All their double glazed products are custom-made to order, made from German components to the highest of standards with technological innovations such as thermally broken frames or low emission glass. With energy efficiency being so important these days, installation of double and triple glazed windows is the best option to save the money on energy bills, secure warmth in winter and protect your interiors from the heat in summer.
Nu-Way Glass & Glazing have also a great range of shower screens, kitchen splashbacks, mirrors and sliding wardrobes.To find out more about their products visit their website or give them a call on 9303 2661.
The support of Nu-Way Glass & Glazing for the Polish Film Festival in Perth is much appreciated as it allows us to present and grow the event and bring the best Polish contemporary films to Perth.
The Polish Film Festival in Perth thanks all its sponsors and partners for their support!
"BODY" TO OPEN POLISH FILM FESTIVAL IN PERTH
We're thrilled to announce that “BODY/CIAŁO” will be the opening film at the first Polish Film Festival in Perth – winner of the Silver Bear Award at this year's Berlin International Film Festival for Best Director – Małgorzata Szumowska and Best Actor - Janusz Gajos at Kino Pavasaris International Film Festival.
Touching, light in tone and beautifully nuanced film about the inextricable link between mind and body. "Body" explores various approaches to our relationship with our body and our sensory experience of the world.
Mark your diaries – 3 July 8.30pm Cinema Paradiso.
The Polish Film Festival in Perth is delighted to announce the launch of its program
We have been very busy putting the event together and planning an exciting line up of films. We can’t wait to bring contemporary Polish cinema to Perth and share it with you at the first Polish Film Festival in Perth.
And what do we have to offer you this year? A selection of award-winning films and some gripping new releases that you simply have to see. Winner of a Silver Bear at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival Body, winner of Grand Prix, Audience Award and Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at 37th Montreal World Film Festival Life Feels Good, winner of Main Prize Best Film at Cottbus Film Festival Women's Day, one of the most expensive Polish film projects Warsaw 44 as well as Carte Blanche, a beautiful story inspired by true events about a respected high school teacher who hides his progressing blindness in order to fulfill his educational duty and help students with end of school exams.
The Polish Film Festival in Perth organised in partnership with Revelation Festival
We are very pleased to announce our partnership with the Revelation Perth International Film Festival that is hosting us this year.
Revelation Film Festival is one of the longest running international film festivals in Australia, now in its 18th year. Each year it presents over 120 films from around the world and attracts over 12,000 patrons and 50 national and international guests over 10 days. Over its 18 years it has developed a reputation as Australia's leading independent film event and continues to actively advocate for Australian screen culture practice in a still conservative exhibition environment.
Revelation also includes a unique Academic component, industry discussion sessions, masterclasses, visual art exhibitions and other hybrid activity generated by the event or independent curators. Revelation always welcomes independently curated or initiated programs and ideas.
We are very excited to launch the Polish Film Festival in Perth in concert with such a prestigious festival.