Published: Friday, 06 July 2018 07:45
Written by Nita Teoh
Just around the corner, a smorgasbord of films await with the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2018 to open in Perth on the 19th July. The Festival will feature 21 films from across a range of countries in the Nordic region including Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
Our movie picks for the upcoming Scandinavian Film Festival are:
What Will People Say
Iram Haq’s semiautobiographical film revolves the main character teenager Nisha (Maria Mozhdah) whose family live in Oslo, Norway. She balances two different areas of her life - enjoying the nightlife with her high school friends whilst at the same time being a dutiful daughter at home with her conservative family who originate from Pakistan. What Will People Think is an award-winning tale of the complexities of family life, community, and culture.
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Published: Saturday, 30 June 2018 09:31
Written by admin2
King Street Corner Pocket is shaping up to be Perth’s newest and hottest destination this Winter.
Choose you own adventure with over 40 shows, boasting 38 acts at 5 venues in a 3-night celebration of Perth jazz.
Venues in the King Street precinct include His Majesty’s Theatre, Kailis Jewellery, The Intercontinental Hotel, and The Sewing Room.
The Dress Circle Bar, situated corner King and Hay Streets on the first floor of the historic His Majesty’s Theatre, is a plush, licensed venue and one of your destinations for eclectic jazz in July.
Innovative and diverse jazz sounds, from multi-award winning musicians and rising stars of Perth’s jazz scene, will be presented in 30-40 minute sets by the Laura J Quartet, Will Chiew Quintet, WAAPA Jazz - Thom Freeman Quintet, Axolotl, Chris Musitano Quintet, Atlas State, Riffz 2000, Max Wickham Quintet and MFG.
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