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The season is still running,
so there’s time to see
movies such as Child’s
Pose. Until Apr 13,
Astor Theatre Perth Although this old art deco building is more frequently used
as a venue for live music, theatre and comedy, it feels the cinematic love by playing
host to a bunch of film festivals, plus screening the occasional cult classic. 659 Beaufort
Street, Mount Lawley.
Cinema Paradiso Taking its name from a classic Italian film, it’s not surprising
this cinema favours European pictures alongside several foreign film festivals.
We love the shabby grandeur, with a fancy foyer bar and red velvet chairs. 164 James
Cygnet Cinema It’s worth a trip just for the art deco architecture, which has been
listed on the state’s Heritage Register, but a select range of thought-provoking films
will prolong your stay. 16 Preston Street, Como.
Luna Leederville Perhaps the top destination for Perth cinephiles, Luna Leederville is
home to four movie screens (plus a beanbag-strewn outdoor space in summer), which
play a range of curated art-house flicks. 155 Oxford Street, Leederville.
Luna on SX This little pocket of a cinema gives Fremantle moviegoers an alternative to
brain cell-slaying blockbusters. We love buying the themed, tongue-in-cheek lolly bags.
13 Essex Street, Fremantle.
Windsor Cinema With an old-school storefront that could make you feel like you’ve
time-travelled to the 1930s, the Windsor made Perth cinema history when it was the first
to screen a subtitled film. Nowadays, it stays true to its roots by screening meticulously
chosen international films. 98 Stirling Highway, Nedlands.
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Catch the last season before this rooftop cinema goes into
winter hibernation. From Labyrinth starring David Bowie, to
The Monuments Men with George Clooney, the program
offers an eclectic balance of old-school gems, cult and
arthouse movies, and new releases.
Until Apr 12, City of Perth Roe Street carpark.
Wednesday is officially
date night. This weekly
series features romantic
flicks like My Week with
Marilyn and Warm Bodies.
Arrive early to enjoy the
pre-show DJ sets. Until
Apr 30, Northbridge Piazza.
Sundays at Northbridge
Piazza are made for
families, with face painting,
balloon artistry and a free
film to match that week’s
theme. Until May 4,
Robyn Rankin 16-26 April 2014
7 Marrinup Drive, Yallingup
(300 metres off Caves Road)
T 08 9756 6371
Artwork: Everlasting Daisies Everlasting, Robyn Rankin
With Ceramics by Fleur Schell and CJ Jilek
Official Opening: 6pm Easter Saturday 19th April 2014
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