Perthites. Film-lovers. Check the thermometer. (Or some app’ on your ‘phone). Then get outdoors to take in some filmic entertainment, quaff some wine and down some tasty comestibles. Perth is pretty much the greatest place on the face of planet Earth to be entertained watching a film, outside on a lovely summer’s eve. (We read it in a listicle, on the Internet, therefore it’s true.)
Interestingly, Luna Outdoor is going gangbusters this January; THE SHAPE OF WATER on Saturday 13, THE ROOM on Sunday 14 and MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER on Wednesday 17 are ALL SOLD OUT.
So don’t miss out on this fashion trend! Become one of the in-crowd! Be one of the people that people that others, without tickets, will wonder about and envy! Or just go see great films in a totally chill and socially acceptable way. You choose. Still available for your outdoor viewing delight.
THE DISASTER ARTIST (Mon Jan 15)
PADDINGTON 2 (Tue Jan 16)
THE POST (Thu Jan 18 to Wed Jan 24)
We at AccessReel enjoyed THE DISASTER ARTIST, PADDINGTON 2 and THE POST and we have the reviews to prove it. THE POST has just launched in Australia and is viewed as a potential Oscar magnet* with Steve Spielberg directing heavy-hitting stars Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks.
Meanwhile, over in Mosman Park on Lochee Street, outdoor movie-lovers can check out the following screen gems.
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS (Sat Jan 13)
WONDER (Sun Jan 14)
THREE SUMMERS (Mon Jan 15)
GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (Tue Jan 16)
THE SHAPE OF WATER (Wed Jan 17)
THE FLORIDA PROJECT (Thu Jan 18)
PADDINGTON 2 (Fri Jan 19)
THE DISASTER ARTIST (Sat Jan 20)
*FILM FACT! Oscars are made primarily of bronze and coated with copper, nickel and gold and are therefore not magnetic.