Revelation Perth International Film Festival looks at the goings-on of the film world in Western Australia for the month of November (and beyond).
Australian Revelations is Revelation Film Festival's monthly screening programme and for November, they proudly present the tenth anniversary screening of 'Mary And Max'. Adam Elliot is nothing less than an Australian living treasure and his work is always one-of-a-kind. Winning an Oscar for the wonderful 'Harvey Krumpet', Adam describes his own work as “chonky and wonky”, a characteristic that gives his animations such wonderful personality and truth – and 'Mary And Max' is no exception.
Adam will participate in a post screening Q+A.
25 November, The Backlot Perth.
British Film Festival
The MINI British Film Festival is currently underway at Cinema Paradiso, Windsor Cinema and Luna on SX with a stand-out selection of prestige film and box office hits from the British Isles. The programme feature some of the most anticipated films of the year – from powerful true stories and literary adaptations to biographies and documentaries. With 20 new release titles plus a retrospective on Dame Helen Mirren and some restored gems, this year’s selection sees British cinema at its best!
31 October – 24 November.
Netflix At The Backlot
The Backlot Perth have launched a new partnership with Netflix that gives them exclusive screening access to upcoming Netflix films. This is the only cinema in town where you can catch Scorsese’s 'The Irishman', an epic saga of organised crime. Further titles to be announced soon.
Perth Festival Films
It’s time to kick back under the stars and enjoy Perth’s most picturesque outdoor movie location. If it’s romance, adventure, thriller, inspiring docos, politically-charged drama, feel-good family tales or even a zombie comedy, this year’s Perth Festival Lotterywest Films programme has something for you.
The season commences on 25 November with 'Pain And Glory'.
INXS: Live Baby Live At Wembley Stadium
On Saturday 13 July 1991, INXS, one of the world’s most revered and iconic bands delivered the gig of their lives at London’s Wembley Stadium to 74,000 ecstatic fans.
Limited screenings from 14 November, Event Cinemas Innaloo and Whitford.
'Pain And Glory'
150 beds under the stars, complete with bedside table, pillow and blankets – this extraordinary movie night experience brings blockbusters, classics, animations and horror theme nights. Plus they deliver food and drinks to your bedside!
Ozone Reserve, East Perth.
European Outdoor Film Tour
EOFT is back with the most inspiring and thrilling adventure films of the year. The brand-new programme is packed with inspiring short films from the great outdoors, breathtaking athletic feats, and inspiring stories. No casting. No actors. No makeup. This is real.
8 December, Luna Leederville.
Celebrating the experiences of 11 West Australian artists who were invited to exhibit artwork based on their own life experiences as a women and/or non-binary, discussing topics including domestic violence, sexual violence and menopause. Part proceeds to Preventing Violence Against Women.
6-7 December, The Backlot Perth.
Iranian Film Festival
Now in its ninth year, Iranian Film Festival Australia is the only nation-wide Australian festival dedicated to Iranian cinema. Aiming to showcase a diverse range of the best of Iranian cinema and introduce Iranian culture to other Australians.
14-20 November, Luna Leederville.
From the producers of Fringe World, Rooftop Movies is an open-air cinema experience six levels above the ground in the centre of the city. Features a film programme packed with new releases and cinema classics, and everything in between.
Open now, runs until March at Roe Street Car Park roof, Northbridge.