The night we arrived at the Somerville Theatre, the weather was somewhat mild, until a bitterly cold breeze began blowing through the field. Freezing audience members gathered the rugs and blankets and urgently warmed their bodies with some of their finest liquor.
Perth Festival opens its doors once again with Lotterywest Films, a highly anticipated selection of international cinema curated to make your heart ache or sing with joy. I was lucky enough to attend the opening night this past week with fellow Colosoul writer Michael Green, and it was definitely worth it!
From documentaries to comedy, from thrillers to romance, there’s something for everyone this summer and beyond!
RTRFM, the popular community-run radio station, has partnered with the State Library of Western Australia, or more specifically, their film archives. Local musical talent have composed musical pieces to fit film and photography from decades past, combining to bring these old clips of Perth to life in a unique and creative way.
Have some interesting or entertaining stories about the City of Vincent? Enjoy creating films and documentaries? Then look no further, this event is for you!
Development of a feature film about Strickland is under way – but it will be more than just a sporting ‘biopic.’ That’s because extensive research undertaken by Strickland’s son Matthew de la Hunty has revealed a web of intrigue which goes way beyond her athletic career.
This is not your ordinary college-boy-gone-bad type of movie. The film focused on Spencer Reinhard, a very creative student who always wished for something to come along and change his life. Spencer joins forces with the mischievous Warren Lipka, a college athlete who seems frustrated with how mindless America can be.
With all the dark things happening nowadays, it’s time to ‘lighten up a little.’ A World of Dark Comedy is coming to The Backlot cinema this October.
Over The Fence is a hilarious film festival that celebrates new and independent film makers and their extreme sense of humour, honouring their comic masterpieces by displaying them for us to enjoy.
In the newly released film from New Zealand titled The Breaker Upperers, Jackie Van Beek and Madeleine Sami are two best friends who run a business that breaks up romantic relationships, but in the most extreme and absurd alternatives to talking it out.