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The Boys Who Said No!

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 90 min | Directed by Judith Ehrlich

An inspirational story of courage and protest about the young men who refused to fight in the war in Vietnam, forming the largest war resistance movement in US history. Screens with the short film Pebble.

Some Kind of Heaven

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 83 min | Directed by Lance Oppenheim

Unexpected stories in the paradise of the Villages, a vast retirement community dubbed “Disneyworld for retirees.” Screens with the short film Deb.

The Monopoly of Violence

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 105 min | Directed by Chris Cofer

Explores the nature of police responses to recent French “yellow-vest” riots and how anger and resentment grow in the face of social inequalities. Screens with the short film Inferno.

Aalto

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Finland | 104 min | Directed by Virpi Suutari

The life and work of one of the greatest modern architects, Alvar Aalto.

The Justice of Bunny King

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | New Zealand | 101 min | Directed by Gaysorn Thavatt

Bunny King is a mother of two, a rough-cut diamond with a sketchy past. With the world against her, Bunny’s battle has just begun. Screens with the short film White Goods.

A Brixton Tale

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 76 min | Directed by Darragh Carey, Bertrand Desrochers

A wealthy wannabe documentarian filming life on the street. Screens with the short film Bibi's Breakfast

Cryptozoo

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 95 min | Directed by Dash Shaw

A beautiful and bizarre animated psychedelic infused feature that follows Cryptozookeepers who are trying to capture a dream-eating legendary animal called the Baku.

Rehab Cabin

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 78 min | Directed by Kate Beacom, Louis Legge

There’s something terrible about watching your favourite child movie star grow up and become washed-up, but what can you do?

The Best Battle

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | Australia | 56 min | Directed by Antonio Traverso

An exploration of Santiago’s political street art during the 2019 / 2020 estallido social (social blast) that marked the remembrance of the 1973 coup. Screens with the short film Night Landing At The Charles De Gaulle.

Oh, It Hertz!

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | Norway | 87 min | Directed by Gunnar Hall Jensen

Musician Laurie Amat takes a journey into the ways in which sound affects us. Screens with the short film The Best Orchestra In The World.

The Last Horns of Africa

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | South Africa, Australia | 98 min | Directed by Garth De Bruno Austin

With unparalleled access, follows those who are putting their lives on the line to protect the rhino, from a hidden rhino orphanage to the Kruger National Park.

White Noise

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 94 min | Directed by Daniel Lombroso

The definitive inside story of the movement that has come to be known as the alt-right.

Other Like Me

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 82 min | Directed by Marcus Werner Hed, Dan Fox

The story of Coum Transmissions and Throbbing Gristle - groundbreaking artists whose work infamously earned them the sobriquet the Wreckers of Civilization. Screens with the short film Reveries.

The Reason I Jump

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 88 min | Directed by Jerry Rothwell

Drawing on Naoki Higashida’s book following five young people living with autism.

Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 77 min | Directed by Malia Scharf, Max Basch

Traces his art and life to the present, providing an in-depth insight into Scharf’s visionary, brilliant imagination and the works he continues to create. Screens with the short film Painting By Numbers.

Women of Steel

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Australia | 56 min | Directed by Robynne Murphy

The Wollongong women who band together and take on the giant steelworks operators and heart of the town, BHP. Screens with the short film Wirun.

The Night of The Beast

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | Colombia, Mexico | 70 min | Directed by Mauricio Leiva-Cock

Teenage metal-heads Chuki and Dona dream of seeing Iron Maiden, but when their favourite band come to Bogota for the first time not everything goes to plan. Screens with the short film Rafael.

King Rocker

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | UK | 90 min | Directed by Michael Cumming

The story of Robert Lloyd, legendary singer for The Prefects and the Nightingales. Screens with the short film Fugazis Barber.

Meanwhile On Earth

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Sweden, Denmark, Estonia | 72 min | Directed by Carol Olsson

A meditative, observational documentary following the funeral tasks and final journey to grave or crematoria. Screens with the short film What Resonates In Silence.

Nowhere Special

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 96 min | Directed by Uberto Pasolini

Circumstances beyond their control force John and his young son Michael to re-evaluate their futures and their time together. Screens with the short film Two Sands.

Some Kind of Heaven

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 83 min | Directed by Lance Oppenheim

Unexpected stories in the paradise of the Villages, a vast retirement community dubbed “Disneyworld for retirees.” Screens with the short film Deb.

The Neon Across The Ocean

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | Australia | 91 min | Directed by Matthew Victor Pastor

Set sometime in the not-too-distant future, Mandy is dealing with her parents impending divorce and navigating a world driven by a new normal of isolation and fear. Screens with the short film Same Time Monday.

Jumbo

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | France, Belgium, Luxembourg | 93 min | Directed by Zoé Wittock

Fascinated by all the carousels and attractions, amusement park employee Jeanne begins a very special relationship with Jumbo. Screens with the short film Barnacle Face.

Bad Girls

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 97 min | Directed by Christopher Bickel

Taking the trashy sex, violence, drugs, and mayhem blueprint back to its roots, Bad Girls follows three wild women on an interstate crime spree. Screens with the short film Golem.

All Light Everywhere

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | USA | 105 min | Directed by Theo Anthony

Surveillance technologies, body cameras, drones, and the nature of images, all combine in this documentary which also examines what it means to look and see, but also what is not viewed.

The Most Beautiful Boy in The World

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | Sweden | 94 min | Directed by Kristina Lindström and Kristian Petri

Tracing Björn Andrésen’s life from the audition for Death in Venice through fame and exploring what it meant for the shy, quiet man to become famous. Screens with the short film Baba.

The Best Battle

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | Australia | 56 min | Directed by Antonio Traverso

An exploration of Santiago’s political street art during the 2019 / 2020 estallido social (social blast) that marked the remembrance of the 1973 coup. Screens with the short film Night Landing At The Charles De Gaulle.

The Boys Who Said No!

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 90 min | Directed by Judith Ehrlich

An inspirational story of courage and protest about the young men who refused to fight in the war in Vietnam, forming the largest war resistance movement in US history. Screens with the short film Pebble.

Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 77 min | Directed by Malia Scharf, Max Basch

Traces his art and life to the present, providing an in-depth insight into Scharf’s visionary, brilliant imagination and the works he continues to create. Screens with the short film Painting By Numbers.

Out of the Blue

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 1980 | Canada | 93 min | Directed by Dennis Hopper

A 4k restoration of Dennis Hopper’s masterpiece. Screens with the short film The Stranger.

The Justice of Bunny King

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | New Zealand | 101 min | Directed by Gaysorn Thavatt

Bunny King is a mother of two, a rough-cut diamond with a sketchy past. With the world against her, Bunny’s battle has just begun. Screens with the short film White Goods.

Oh, It Hertz!

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | Norway | 87 min | Directed by Gunnar Hall Jensen

Musician Laurie Amat takes a journey into the ways in which sound affects us. Screens with the short film The Best Orchestra In The World.

End of The Line: The Women of Standing Rock

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle

Feature Documentary | 2021 | USA, Finland | 127 min | Directed by Shannon Kring

First Nation’s protests against the Dakota oil pipeline construction that threatens their land, water, and Existence. Screens with the short film Lifeblood.

Alien On Stage

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | UK | 86 min | Directed by Lucy Harvey, Danielle Kummer

“In Dorset nobody can hear you scream”.. amateur thespians stage our favourite horror-science-fiction hybrid on stage. Screens with the short film The Jinja Assassin.

Rebel Dykes

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 82 min | Directed by Harri Shanahan, Siân A. Williams

Tells the story of the underground lesbian scene that emerged in eighties London. Screens with the short film Choice.

Freshman Year

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | USA | 102 min | Directed by Cooper Raiff

Guaranteed to be the indie hit of the year, this unique trip in and out of love, insecurity and family is a one-of-a-kind dead pan comedy that simply doesn’t miss a beat. Screens with the short film Grazing Table.

The Killing of Two Lovers

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | USA | 85 min | Directed by Robert Machoian

A man desperately tries to keep his family together during a separation from his wife. They both agree to see other people, but he struggles to come to terms with her new relationship. Screens with the short film The Slide.

Nimby

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | Finland | 94 min | Directed by Teemu Nikki

A lesbian couple living in a hip Helsinki suburb decide to come out to family… but it’s not just the young couple who have a secret. Screens with the short film Masel Tov Cocktail.

The Justice of Bunny King

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle

Feature Narrative | 2021 | New Zealand | 101 min | Directed by Gaysorn Thavatt

Bunny King is a mother of two, a rough-cut diamond with a sketchy past. With the world against her, Bunny’s battle has just begun. Screens with the short film White Goods.

The Killing of Two Lovers

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | USA | 85 min | Directed by Robert Machoian

A man desperately tries to keep his family together during a separation from his wife. They both agree to see other people, but he struggles to come to terms with her new relationship. Screens with the short film The Slide.

Meanwhile On Earth

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Sweden, Denmark, Estonia | 72 min | Directed by Carol Olsson

A meditative, observational documentary following the funeral tasks and final journey to grave or crematoria. Screens with the short film What Resonates In Silence.

The Most Beautiful Boy in The World

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle

Feature Documentary | 2021 | Sweden | 94 min | Directed by Kristina Lindström and Kristian Petri

Tracing Björn Andrésen’s life from the audition for Death in Venice through fame and exploring what it meant for the shy, quiet man to become famous. Screens with the short film Baba.

Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 95 min | Directed by Nick Gillespie

Paul works in a charity shop in a mall, but he has big dreams of stardom. Well-rehearsed and
with a costume designed by his mum, Julie, he’s ready for the big time. Screens with the short film Stick A Fork In Me.

Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and Legendary Tapes

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 98 min | Directed by Caroline Catz

Telling the story of the electronic music pioneer, best known for her work on the Dr Who theme.

A Brixton Tale

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 76 min | Directed by Darragh Carey, Bertrand Desrochers

A wealthy wannabe documentarian filming life on the street. Screens with the short film Bibi's Breakfast

The Justice of Bunny King

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | New Zealand | 101 min | Directed by Gaysorn Thavatt

Bunny King is a mother of two, a rough-cut diamond with a sketchy past. With the world against her, Bunny’s battle has just begun. Screens with the short film White Goods.

Cryptozoo

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 95 min | Directed by Dash Shaw

A beautiful and bizarre animated psychedelic infused feature that follows Cryptozookeepers who are trying to capture a dream-eating legendary animal called the Baku.

The Night of The Beast

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | Colombia, Mexico | 70 min | Directed by Mauricio Leiva-Cock

Teenage metal-heads Chuki and Dona dream of seeing Iron Maiden, but when their favourite band come to Bogota for the first time not everything goes to plan. Screens with the short film Rafael.

Nowhere Special

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 96 min | Directed by Uberto Pasolini

Circumstances beyond their control force John and his young son Michael to re-evaluate their futures and their time together. Screens with the short film Two Sands.

Freshman Year

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | USA | 102 min | Directed by Cooper Raiff

Guaranteed to be the indie hit of the year, this unique trip in and out of love, insecurity and family is a one-of-a-kind dead pan comedy that simply doesn’t miss a beat. Screening with the short film Grazing Table.

King Rocker

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | UK | 90 min | Directed by Michael Cumming

The story of Robert Lloyd, legendary singer for The Prefects and the Nightingales. Screens with the short film Fugazis Barber.

The Reason I Jump

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 88 min | Directed by Jerry Rothwell

Drawing on Naoki Higashida’s book following five young people living with autism.

Rehab Cabin

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 78 min | Directed by Kate Beacom, Louis Legge

There’s something terrible about watching your favourite child movie star grow up and become washed-up, but what can you do?

End of The Line: The Women of Standing Rock

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | USA, Finland | 127 min | Directed by Shannon Kring

First Nation’s protests against the Dakota oil pipeline construction that threatens their land, water, and Existence. Screens with the short film Lifeblood.

Other Like Me

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 82 min | Directed by Marcus Werner Hed, Dan Fox

The story of Coum Transmissions and Throbbing Gristle - groundbreaking artists whose work infamously earned them the sobriquet the Wreckers of Civilization. Screens with the short film Reveries.

We’re Not Here to Fuck Spiders

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | Australia | 85 min | Directed by Josh Reed

A tense, claustrophobic drama, created from surveillance footage, that spins the viewer into a grim world of petty – and not so petty – crime. Screens with the short film The Recordist.

Aalto

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Finland | 104 min | Directed by Virpi Suutari

The life and work of one of the greatest modern architects, Alvar Aalto.

Gaia

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | South Africa | 96 min | Directed by Jaco Bouwer

Two park rangers travel deep into the primordial forest, where a chance encounter with a quasi-survivalist father and son exposes a new and unfamiliar world. Screens with the short film Heal Me.

Alien On Stage

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | UK | 86 min | Directed by Lucy Harvey, Danielle Kummer

“In Dorset nobody can hear you scream”.. amateur thespians stage our favourite horror-science-fiction hybrid on stage. Screens with the short film The Jinja Assassin

Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 95 min | Directed by Nick Gillespie

Paul works in a charity shop in a mall, but he has big dreams of stardom. Well-rehearsed and
with a costume designed by his mum, Julie, he’s ready for the big time. Screens with the short film Stick A Fork In Me.

Cryptozoo

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 95 min | Directed by Dash Shaw

A beautiful and bizarre animated psychedelic infused feature that follows Cryptozookeepers who are trying to capture a dream-eating legendary animal called the Baku.

Rehab Cabin

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 78 min | Directed by Kate Beacom, Louis Legge

There’s something terrible about watching your favourite child movie star grow up and become washed-up, but what can you do?

The Most Beautiful Boy in The World

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | Sweden | 94 min | Directed by Kristina Lindström and Kristian Petri

Tracing Björn Andrésen’s life from the audition for Death in Venice through fame and exploring what it meant for the shy, quiet man to become famous. Screens with the short film Baba.

The Night of The Beast

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | Colombia, Mexico | 70 min | Directed by Mauricio Leiva-Cock

Teenage metal-heads Chuki and Dona dream of seeing Iron Maiden, but when their favourite band come to Bogota for the first time not everything goes to plan. Screens with the short film Rafael.

The Boys Who Said No!

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 90 min | Directed by Judith Ehrlich

An inspirational story of courage and protest about the young men who refused to fight in the war in Vietnam, forming the largest war resistance movement in US history. Screens with the short film Pebble.

Nimby

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | Finland | 94 min | Directed by Teemu Nikki

A lesbian couple living in a hip Helsinki suburb decide to come out to family… but it’s not just the young couple who have a secret. Screens with the short film Masel Tov Cocktail.

We’re Not Here to Fuck Spiders

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | Australia | 85 min | Directed by Josh Reed

A tense, claustrophobic drama, created from surveillance footage, that spins the viewer into a grim world of petty – and not so petty – crime. Screens with the short film The Recordist.

Bad Girls

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 97 min | Directed by Christopher Bickel

Taking the trashy sex, violence, drugs, and mayhem blueprint back to its roots, Bad Girls follows three wild women on an interstate crime spree. Screens with the short film Golem.

Freshman Year

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | USA | 102 min | Directed by Cooper Raiff

Guaranteed to be the indie hit of the year, this unique trip in and out of love, insecurity and family is a one-of-a-kind dead pan comedy that simply doesn’t miss a beat. Screens with the short film Grazing Table.

White Noise

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 94 min | Directed by Daniel Lombroso

The definitive inside story of the movement that has come to be known as the alt-right.

Women of Steel

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Australia | 56 min | Directed by Robynne Murphy

The Wollongong women who band together and take on the giant steelworks operators and heart of the town, BHP. Screens with the short film Wirun.

Hug The Sun

The Backlot 21 Simpson St, West Perth

Special Events | 2021 | Australia | 47 min | Directed by Aaron McCann

Part of Westralia Day At The Backlot. The children’s TV show Hug the Sun ran between 1989-1991. It was designed to teach Australian kids about the teaching of Oxtos (an esoteric, fringe religion that worshipped the great sun god). However, on 23 February 1991, the show disappeared from the airwaves… until now. Hug the Sun was filmed between Perth and Melbourne by a small, enthusiastic crew that created puppets, animations, magic tricks, songs, stand up and a kids variety show filled with familiar faces and a few fresh ones.

Hug The Sun In Conversation

The Backlot 21 Simpson St, West Perth

Special Events | 2021 | Industrial Revelations | Hug The Sun In Conversation

Following a screening of web series Hug the Sun, director Aaron McCann - best known for Top Knot Detective and Koko: A Red Dog Story - will join film critic Travis Johnson to discuss his latest work.

Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and Legendary Tapes

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 98 min | Directed by Caroline Catz

Telling the story of the electronic music pioneer, best known for her work on the Dr Who theme.

All Light Everywhere

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | USA | 105 min | Directed by Theo Anthony

Surveillance technologies, body cameras, drones, and the nature of images, all combine in this documentary which also examines what it means to look and see, but also what is not viewed.

Aalto

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Finland | 104 min | Directed by Virpi Suutari

The life and work of one of the greatest modern architects, Alvar Aalto.

Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 77 min | Directed by Malia Scharf, Max Basch

Traces his art and life to the present, providing an in-depth insight into Scharf’s visionary, brilliant imagination and the works he continues to create. Screens with the short film Painting By Numbers.

Oh, It Hertz!

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | Norway | 87 min | Directed by Gunnar Hall Jensen

Musician Laurie Amat takes a journey into the ways in which sound affects us. Screens with the short film The Best Orchestra In The World.

The Last Horns of Africa

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | South Africa, Australia | 98 min | Directed by Garth De Bruno Austin

With unparalleled access, follows those who are putting their lives on the line to protect the rhino, from a hidden rhino orphanage to the Kruger National Park.

Alien On Stage

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | UK | 86 min | Directed by Lucy Harvey, Danielle Kummer

“In Dorset nobody can hear you scream”.. amateur thespians stage our favourite horror-science-fiction hybrid on stage. Screens with the short film The Jinja Assassin

Cry of the Forests

The Backlot 21 Simpson St, West Perth

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Australia | 54 min | Directed by Jane Hammond

Part of Westralia Day At The Backlot. WA’s south-west forests are part of one of the most biodiverse regions of the planet and are recognised for their ability to capture and store carbon. See the beauty of these towering ecosystems and the life they support.

The Killing of Two Lovers

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | USA | 85 min | Directed by Robert Machoian

A man desperately tries to keep his family together during a separation from his wife. They both agree to see other people, but he struggles to come to terms with her new relationship. Screens with the short film The Slide.

King Rocker

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | UK | 90 min | Directed by Michael Cumming

The story of Robert Lloyd, legendary singer for The Prefects and the Nightingales. Screens with the short film Fugazis Barber.

Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 95 min | Directed by Nick Gillespie

Paul works in a charity shop in a mall, but he has big dreams of stardom. Well-rehearsed and
with a costume designed by his mum, Julie, he’s ready for the big time. Screens with the short film Stick A Fork In Me.

Nowhere Special

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 96 min | Directed by Uberto Pasolini

Circumstances beyond their control force John and his young son Michael to re-evaluate their futures and their time together. Screens with the short film Two Sands.

A Brixton Tale

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | UK | 76 min | Directed by Darragh Carey, Bertrand Desrochers

A wealthy wannabe documentarian filming life on the street. Screens with the short film Bibi's Breakfast

Rebel Dykes

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 82 min | Directed by Harri Shanahan, Siân A. Williams

Tells the story of the underground lesbian scene that emerged in eighties London. Screens with the short film Choice.

Jumbo

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | France, Belgium, Luxembourg | 93 min | Directed by Zoé Wittock

Fascinated by all the carousels and attractions, amusement park employee Jeanne begins a very special relationship with Jumbo. Screens with the short film Barnacle Face.

Cryptozoo

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | USA | 95 min | Directed by Dash Shaw

A beautiful and bizarre animated psychedelic infused feature that follows Cryptozookeepers who are trying to capture a dream-eating legendary animal called the Baku.

Gaia

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2021 | South Africa | 96 min | Directed by Jaco Bouwer

Two park rangers travel deep into the primordial forest, where a chance encounter with a quasi-survivalist father and son exposes a new and unfamiliar world. Screens with the short film Heal Me.

The Beach

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Australia | 153 min | Directed by Warwick Thornton

A beautiful meditative work that finds director Warwick Thornton alone, living in a small beachside cabin.

The Reason I Jump

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | UK | 88 min | Directed by Jerry Rothwell

Drawing on Naoki Higashida’s book following five young people living with autism.

Meanwhile On Earth

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | Sweden, Denmark, Estonia | 72 min | Directed by Carol Olsson

A meditative, observational documentary following the funeral tasks and final journey to grave or crematoria. Screens with the short film What Resonates In Silence.

Some Kind of Heaven

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 83 min | Directed by Lance Oppenheim

Unexpected stories in the paradise of the Villages, a vast retirement community dubbed “Disneyworld for retirees.” Screens with the short film Deb.

White Noise

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 94 min | Directed by Daniel Lombroso

The definitive inside story of the movement that has come to be known as the alt-right.

The Monopoly of Violence

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2020 | USA | 105 min | Directed by Chris Cofer

Explores the nature of police responses to recent French “yellow-vest” riots and how anger and resentment grow in the face of social inequalities. Screens with the short film Inferno.

Miss Marx

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Narrative | 2020 | Italy, Belgium | 107 min | Directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli

Bright, intelligent, passionate and free, Eleanor is Karl Marx's youngest daughter. She is among the first women to link the themes of feminism and socialism and fight for worker's rights. Screens with the short film Greenmeadows.

All Light Everywhere

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville

Feature Documentary | 2021 | USA | 105 min | Directed by Theo Anthony

Surveillance technologies, body cameras, drones, and the nature of images, all combine in this documentary which also examines what it means to look and see, but also what is not viewed.