Lotterywest Festival Films Blog: Video

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Tuesday 20 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: Julieta

Julieta is the twentieth film by Pedro Almodóvar – Spain’s master of colourful, emotional heart-on-sleeve cinema.

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Tuesday 20 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: The Red Turtle

The first co-production between Studio Ghibli and Oscar-winning director Michaël Dudok de Wit, this very lovely fable-like film is sure to capture audiences with its beautiful animation.

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Tuesday 20 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: Paterson

Find happiness in the small moments with Paterson, starring Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani and an award-winning dog.

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Tuesday 20 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: Neruda

Find happiness in the small moments with Paterson, starring Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani and an award-winning dog.

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Tuesday 20 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: The Dancer

Find happiness in the small moments with Paterson, starring Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani and an award-winning dog.

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Tuesday 13 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: After the Storm

A beautiful character-driven drama about family tensions laid bare.

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Tuesday 13 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: The Rehearsal

Spiky, funny, and with a gripping finale, this film is about creativity and what it demands of people’s personal lives.

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Friday 2 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: Little Men

A beautifully bittersweet film about two teenage boys trying to remain friends as a feud escalates between their parents. Thoughtful, moving and impeccably acted, you won’t want to leave the company of these quality characters.

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Friday 2 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: The Teacher

The teacher is Mrs Drazdechova (Zuzana Mauréry) – a corrupt bully with es to the state communist party – who gives good grades in exchange for favours to help her get ahead. Pacy, gripping and injected with humour, star Mauréry recently won best actress at the Karlovy Vary Interna onal Film Festival for her lead performance in this compelling dramedy.