Review: Freeheld (M) Directed by Peter Sollett The powerful story of a lesbian couple from New Jersey who were forced to fight for equality when one was dying from cancer won an Oscar for Best Short Documentary in 2008. To reach a wider audience, screenwriter Ron Nyswaner (Philadelphia) has written this story of activism as a […]
Pride WA”s screening of the film ‘Pride’ was a sell out last week. The fundraising screening at Cinema Paradiso saw a full house of patrons showing their support for Pride WA.
Pride WA are holding a fundraising screening of the new film ‘Pride’ on Thursday night. OUTinPerth’s film reviewer Lezly Herbet shares her thoughts on the movie. Review: Pride Directed by Matthew Warchus When Margaret Thatcher announced plans to close 20 coal mines across Britain in 1984, the National Union of Mineworkers chose to go on […]
Last night was the launch of PrideFEST 2014, meaning that this year’s program has been released! Here’s what you can look forward to as we celebrate the LGBT community this year. From November 14th to 23rd, Perth will be packed with parties, performances and activities for everyone to enjoy. This year’s parade will be the […]
Northbridge’s Rooftop Movies is back for the summer including a special presentation as part of the Pride Festival. Acclaimed feature film ‘Boy Meets Girl’ will be screened on Thursday November 20 alongside the short ‘The Language of Love’. Set in Kentucky USA, the film is about a boy, his best friend – a transgender girl, […]
With the Pride Festival underway, don’t miss this year’s Pride Film Festival which has nine queer films from Western Australia and around the world. The festival kicks off from Thursday October 27 and runs until Wednesday November 2 at Cinema Paradiso, 164 James Street Northbridge. Here are a couple of the films on the bill […]
The Pride Film Festival opens on Thursday October 27 at Cinema Paradiso with Gregg Araki’s film Kaboom. Check out OUTinPerth interview with the stylish Director from our July 2011 issue. Twenty years ago filmmaker Gregg Araki was riding the wave of the new queer cinema movement. Alongside filmmakers like Gus Van Sant, Todd Haynes and […]