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Namarali

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Tim Mummery. In Namarali, filmmaker Tim Mummery follows artist Donny (Yorna) Woolagoodja as he pursues his connections to culture and the Wandjina – creator beings – whose images can be seen in caves and rock ledges in the Kimberly.

Kaepernick and America

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Directed by Tommy Walker and Ross Hockro. In late 2016, as a response to the police killings of African Americans, Colin Kapernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, refused to stand during the national anthem, instead choosing to kneel.Telling the sportsman’s story, Kaepernick and America is a necessary, sobering and authentic film filled with hard emotions, hard decisions and individual truths.

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Dreaming Walls: Inside The Chelsea Hotel

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Amélie van Elmbt and Maya Duverdier. New York’s Chelsea Hotel is legendary. Exploring the hotel and following the few remaining residents, the ghosts of the past and the changes coming, Dreaming Walls is a quiet, impressionistic documentary in and around one of the most iconic buildings in art, music and popular culture.

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Navalny

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Daniel Roher. With the pacing and power of a political thriller, Roher’s perfectly pitched documentary switches between fly-on-the-wall observation to in-depth interviews with the subject and those around him, creating a fascinating portrait of Navalny, producing a documentary that (as I write these words) is exceptional and timely. 

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Make Me Famous

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Brian Vincent. The eighties NYC art scene was a place where anything went, the Lower East Side was a hot bed of creative energy. Make Me Famous explores this scene, but rather than focusing on the era’s more famous figures like Basquait, Keith Haring, and David Wojnarowicz, it tells the story of unknown expressionist painter Edward Brezinski.

Namarali

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Documentary / 2021 / Australia / 52min / Directed by Tim Mummery

In Namarali, filmmaker Tim Mummery, follows artist Donny (Yorna) Woolagoodja as he pursues his connections to culture and the Wandjina – creator beings – whose images can be seen in caves and rock ledges in the Kimberly.

Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Directed by Robert B Weide and Dan Argott. Legendary author Kurt Vonnegut - the writer behind cult classics Cats Cradle and Slaughterhouse 5 - is the subject of this absorbing biopic, which paints a fascinating picture of its subject.

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In The Court of The Crimson King

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Toby Amies, In his latest documentary filmmaker Toby Amies (The Man Whose Mind Exploded) turns his attention to the legendary prog-rock band King Crimson, documenting the group on their 50th-anniversary tour.

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Different Voices: Three Short Documentaries

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

A trio of powerful documentaries that tell human stories in radically different ways, each of these works reveals the possibilities of the medium for sharing our stories and connecting us all.

Recurring

Namarali

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Tim Mummery. In Namarali, filmmaker Tim Mummery follows artist Donny (Yorna) Woolagoodja as he pursues his connections to culture and the Wandjina – creator beings – whose images can be seen in caves and rock ledges in the Kimberly.

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Kaepernick and America

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Documentary / 2022 / USA / 82 min / Directed by Tommy Walker and Ross Hockro

In late 2016, as a response to the police killings of African Americans, Colin Kapernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, refused to stand during the national anthem, instead choosing to kneel.Telling the sportsman’s story, Kaepernick and America is a necessary, sobering and authentic film filled with hard emotions, hard decisions and individual truths.

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Mike Mignola: Drawing Monsters

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Jim Demonakos and Kevin Konrad Hanna. When comic book creator Mike Mignola created Hellboy, he unleashed a visionary comic book character and launched an entire universe populated by unique heroes and creatures, misfits and monsters. Demonakos and Hanna’s documentary takes the viewer into the world of the artist, tracing Mignola’s creative practice and biography.

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Raw! Uncut! Video!

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Ryan A White and Alex Clausen. Documenting the gay porn studio Palm Drive Video, Raw! Uncut! Video! tells the story of the safe-sex studio based in a Californian ranch that created safe sex-focused porn during the early years of the AIDS pandemic. Along the way, we’re treated to a wild and no holds barred ride through the extremities of gay porn of the period.

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Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Documentary / 2021 / USA / 127 min / Directed by Robert B Weide and Dan Argott

Legendary author Kurt Vonnegut - the writer behind cult classics Cats Cradle and Slaughterhouse 5 - is the subject of this absorbing biopic, which paints a fascinating picture of its subject.

Navalny

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Documentary/2022/USA/98min/Directed by Daniel Roher

With the pacing and power of a political thriller, Roher’s perfectly pitched documentary switches between fly-on-the-wall observation to in-depth interviews with the subject and those around him, creating a fascinating portrait of Navalny, producing a documentary which (as I write these words) is exceptional and timely. 

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A Life On The Farm

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Oscar Harding. When Oscar Harding’s grandfather passed away, Oscar’s family inherited a strange video tape made by farmer Charles Carson. Intrigued by this strange VHS tape, titled A Life on the Farm, Harding sets out to unravel the mystery of the video described as “Monty Python meets The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”…

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The Assassination and Mrs Paine

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Max Good. Marina Oswald and her children lived in Ruth Paine’s house in the months prior to the assassination of the president in November 1963. Ruth Paine helped provide key evidence against Lee Harvey Oswald and answered more than 5000 questions for the Warren Commission. Now 84 years old, Paine enjoys life in a retirement community, but she is also one of the few surviving witnesses and a target for researchers into the assassination.

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Sirens

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Rita Baghdadi. Sirens tells the story of Beirut based musicians Lilas and Shery and their band Slave to Sorens. With their brand of thrash, the group are the Middle East’s first all-women metal band, and Rita Baghdadi’s film tells the story of the women’s friendship and the band all against the backdrop of a conservative country undergoing political turmoil.

Recurring

Different Voices: Three Short Documentaries

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

A trio of powerful documentaries that tell human stories in radically different ways, each of these works reveals the possibilities of the medium for sharing our stories and connecting us all.

Recurring

Mike Mignola: Drawing Monsters

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Jim Demonakos and Kevin Konrad Hanna. When comic book creator Mike Mignola created Hellboy, he unleashed a visionary comic book character and launched an entire universe populated by unique heroes and creatures, misfits and monsters. Demonakos and Hanna’s documentary takes the viewer into the world of the artist, tracing Mignola’s creative practice and biography.

Dreaming Walls: Inside The Chelsea Hotel

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Documentary / 2021 / Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Sweden / 80min / Directed by Amélie van Elmbt & Maya Duverdier

New York’s Chelsea Hotel is legendary. Exploring the hotel and following the few remaining residents, the ghosts of the past and the changes coming, Dreaming Walls is a quiet, impressionistic documentary in and around one of the most iconic buildings in art, music and popular culture.

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A House Made of Splinters

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Simon Lereng Wilmont. Winner of Sundance’s World Cinema Documentary Best Director Prize, Thessaloniki Documentary Festival’s Golden Alexander and FIORSCI award, and Best Nordic Documentary Gotenburg Film Festival, A House Made of Splinters is an observational documentary filmed in a children’s home in the Eastern Ukraine.

A House Made of Splinters

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Documentary / 2022 / Denmark, Ukraine, Sweden / 86 min / Directed by Simon Lereng Wilmont

Winner of Sundance’s World Cinema Documentary Best Director Prize, Thessaloniki Documentary Festival’s Golden Alexander and FIORSCI award, and Best Nordic Documentary Gotenburg Film Festival, A House Made of Splinters is an observational documentary filmed in a children’s home in the Eastern Ukraine.

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Raw! Uncut! Video!

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Ryan A White and Alex Clausen. Documenting the gay porn studio Palm Drive Video, Raw! Uncut! Video! tells the story of the safe-sex studio based in a Californian ranch that created safe sex-focused porn during the early years of the AIDS pandemic. Along the way, we’re treated to a wild and no holds barred ride through the extremities of gay porn of the period.

Recurring

Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Documentary / 2021 / USA / 127 min / Directed by Robert B Weide and Dan Argott

Legendary author Kurt Vonnegut - the writer behind cult classics Cats Cradle and Slaughterhouse 5 - is the subject of this absorbing biopic, which paints a fascinating picture of its subject.

Recurring

Navalny

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Daniel Roher. With the pacing and power of a political thriller, Roher’s perfectly pitched documentary switches between fly-on-the-wall observation to in-depth interviews with the subject and those around him, creating a fascinating portrait of Navalny, producing a documentary that (as I write these words) is exceptional and timely. 

Recurring

Sirens

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Rita Baghdadi. Sirens tells the story of Beirut based musicians Lilas and Shery and their band Slave to Sorens. With their brand of thrash, the group are the Middle East’s first all-women metal band, and Rita Baghdadi’s film tells the story of the women’s friendship and the band all against the backdrop of a conservative country undergoing political turmoil.

When The Camera Stopped Rolling

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Directed by Jane Castle. Cinematographer Jane Castle ACS tells the story of her mother Lilias Fraser, a true pioneer of Australian cinema, while simultaneously telling her own story. Not just a story of filmmaking and creativity, but also of family, trauma, and human experience, this is a deeply personal film that is unafraid to fully engage with its themes.

Stage Changers

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Ella Wright. Stage Changers follows WA theatre company, The Last Great Hunt, as they work on their first large scale festival work. 

The Assassination and Mrs Paine

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Max Good. Marina Oswald and her children lived in Ruth Paine’s house in the months prior to the assassination of the president in November 1963. Ruth Paine helped provide key evidence against Lee Harvey Oswald and answered more than 5000 questions for the Warren Commission. Now 84 years old, Paine enjoys life in a retirement community, but she is also one of the few surviving witnesses and a target for researchers into the assassination.

Recurring

Kaepernick and America

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Documentary / 2022 / USA / 82 min / Directed by Tommy Walker and Ross Hockro

In late 2016, as a response to the police killings of African Americans, Colin Kapernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, refused to stand during the national anthem, instead choosing to kneel.Telling the sportsman’s story, Kaepernick and America is a necessary, sobering and authentic film filled with hard emotions, hard decisions and individual truths.

Sirens

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Documentary | 2022 | USA, Lebanon | 78 min | Directed by Rita Baghdadi 

Sirens tells the story of Beirut based musicians Lilas and Shery and their band Slave to Sorens. With their brand of thrash, the group are the Middle East’s first all-women metal band, and Rita Baghdadi’s film tells the story of the women’s friendship and the band all against the backdrop of a conservative country undergoing political turmoil.

Recurring

Dreaming Walls: Inside The Chelsea Hotel

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Amélie van Elmbt and Maya Duverdier. New York’s Chelsea Hotel is legendary. Exploring the hotel and following the few remaining residents, the ghosts of the past and the changes coming, Dreaming Walls is a quiet, impressionistic documentary in and around one of the most iconic buildings in art, music and popular culture.

When The Camera Stopped Rolling

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Documentary / 2021 / Australia / 75min / Directed by Jane Castle

Cinematographer Jane Castle ACS tells the story of her mother Lilias Fraser, a true pioneer of Australian cinema, while simultaneously telling her own story. Not just a story of filmmaking and creativity, but also of family, trauma, and human experience, this is a deeply personal film that is unafraid to fully engage with its themes.

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Killing The Eunuch Khan

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Narrative / 2021 / Iran / 110min / Directed by Abed Abest

A visually stunning narrative from Iran, a truly powerful exploration of war, family, and crime, for anyone interested in the possibilities of cinema this is essential viewing.

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A House Made of Splinters

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Simon Lereng Wilmont. Winner of Sundance’s World Cinema Documentary Best Director Prize, Thessaloniki Documentary Festival’s Golden Alexander and FIORSCI award, and Best Nordic Documentary Gotenburg Film Festival, A House Made of Splinters is an observational documentary filmed in a children’s home in the Eastern Ukraine.

Recurring

In The Court of The Crimson King

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Toby Amies, In his latest documentary filmmaker Toby Amies (The Man Whose Mind Exploded) turns his attention to the legendary prog-rock band King Crimson, documenting the group on their 50th-anniversary tour.

Recurring

Make Me Famous

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Brian Vincent. The eighties NYC art scene was a place where anything went, the Lower East Side was a hot bed of creative energy. Make Me Famous explores this scene, but rather than focusing on the era’s more famous figures like Basquait, Keith Haring, and David Wojnarowicz, it tells the story of unknown expressionist painter Edward Brezinski.

Recurring

Raw! Uncut! Video!

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Ryan A White and Alex Clausen. Documenting the gay porn studio Palm Drive Video, Raw! Uncut! Video! tells the story of the safe-sex studio based in a Californian ranch that created safe sex-focused porn during the early years of the AIDS pandemic. Along the way, we’re treated to a wild and no holds barred ride through the extremities of gay porn of the period.

Recurring

A Life On The Farm

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Oscar Harding. When Oscar Harding’s grandfather passed away, Oscar’s family inherited a strange video tape made by farmer Charles Carson. Intrigued by this strange VHS tape, titled A Life on the Farm, Harding sets out to unravel the mystery of the video described as “Monty Python meets The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”…

Stage Changers

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Documentary / 2021 / Australia / 60 min | Directed by Ella Wright

Stage Changers follows WA theatre company, The Last Great Hunt, as they work on their first large scale festival work.