TICKETS TO POLISH FILM FESTIVAL IN PERTH 

 

Advance ticket purchases can be made online and for sessions at Luna Leederville also the box office. No box office sales for films screening at The Backlot Perth (Tony Halik, Teddy Bear and The Black Mill). 

Advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended.

Seating is unreserved.

TICKETS 

 

ONLINE 

 

Online via links on this website. All major credit cards accepted. Booking fees apply.

IN CINEMA 

At Luna Leederville  Box Office daily until sold out for films screening at Luna Leederville.

TICKET PRICES

 

GENERAL ADMISSION

 

Adult                    $21

Concession*        $18

Family film**        $16 (all tickets)

*Eligible Concessions: Full-time students (photo ID required), senior citizens, health care card holders, pensioners. The cardholder must present a current ID card in order to gain the concession.)

 

** Kids can attend only with supervising adult

OPENING NIGHT 

Opening Night tickets -     $ 38

(Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine, beer or juice and finger food before the film from 6.40pm)

 

 

CINEMA LOCATION

 

LUNA LEEDERVILLE

155 Oxford St, Leederville WA 6007

 (08) 9444 4056  (no phone bookings)

Luna Leederville is located at the top of the Oxford Street cafe strip, right in the heart of Leederville's great cafes and restaurants. 

The Leederville Train Station is just a short stroll down Oxford St and Buses numbers 15 and 401 will drop you at Luna's door.

 

PARKING

There's plenty of parking available off Vincent Street behind the supermarket or at the end of Oxford Street in the car park opposite the Leederville Train Station.

 

THE BACKLOT PERTH

21 Simpson St, West Perth WA 6005, Australia

Nestled between Northbridge and Leederville, iit features a comfortable screening and presentation room, an upmarket lounge and a fully stocked bar. 

The Leederville Train Station and City West Train Station are just a 12-14 minutes stroll away.

 

PARKING

Street parking is available. 

 

 

FESTIVAL GENERAL CONDITIONS 

 

  • All festival films are restricted to persons 18 years of age and over unless specified otherwise. This relates not necessarily to the content of the films, but to the legal requirements of holding the festival as set by the Classification Board.

 

  • Every year some sessions sell out. Patrons are urged to purchase their tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.

 

  • Tickets are sold on a non-refundable and non-exchangeable basis, so please make your selection carefully. Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced or refunded.

 

  • Patrons are encouraged to collect booked tickets 30 minutes prior to the session to avoid queues.

 

  • Dates, times and programs are correct at the time of publication, but may need to be altered due to unforeseen circumstances. We reluctantly reserve the right to withdraw, change and replace programs without notice

  • Photography and video recording may take place in connection with the promotional activities of the Polish Film Festival in Perth. By your presence at the screenings, you acknowledge that you have been informed and that you grant your permission to use your likeness without compensation or credit for the purpose of promoting the Festival. 

  • All non-English language films have English subtitles. 

 

  • Seating is unreserved.