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Markets, restaurants, breweries, bars, history – you’ll find it all in Fremantle. Known for its maritime history, the port city is also home to the Fremantle Prison, which housed convicts from the 1850s to 1991, and the Round House, an 1831 building which also briefly served as a jail. If you’re chasing a good feed, the cappuccino strip is home to numerous Italian restaurants, Mexican joints, and pubs, while the port hosts a brewery and multiple fish & chip shops. If you’re after some local handmade gifts & crafts, a trip to the Fremantle Markets is always great value.

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Ama | Luna on SX

A powerful mother-daughter drama, Ama reflects stories of women who are facing the trials and tribulations of motherhood alone.

  • Dates:Apr 28, May 6 & 10
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

When Pepa (Tamara Casellas) is kicked out of her friend’s house after several warnings, she ends up living on the streets with Leila, her six-year-old daughter. Cast adrift, with no support network and no one to ask for help, Pepa and Leila struggle on their own to find a place to live. Each hurdle they must overcome takes them on a journey, which leads to mother and daughter becoming closer, a change from their previously distant and practically nonexistent relationship. A new bond is formed between the two and unrealistic expectations about maternity are finally dissolved. Imbued with social realism, Ama features a stellar performance from newcomer Tamara Casellas, who won the Best Actress award at the 2021 Málaga Spanish Film Festival for her performance. This graceful directorial debut of Júlia de Paz Solvas shines a light on the mythicised ideals and beautiful imperfection of motherhood. ## SESSION TIMES Thursday 28, April 10:50 AM Friday 6, May 3:40 PM Tuesday 10, May 11:15 AM

Girlfriends | Luna on SX

Featuring four of Spain’s most exciting young film and TV stars, director Carol Rodríguez Colas’ Girlfriends is a fresh, sincere depiction of what it means to come to terms with who you are.

  • Dates:Apr 28, May 8, 11, 16, 17 & 18
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

After losing her job as a photographer at a cutting-edge fashion magazine, Marta (Vicky Luengo, Barcelona Summer Night) finds herself forced to abandon the cool, modern world she always dreamed of being part of and return to the old-fashioned, working-class neighborhood where she grew up. There, she is reunited with her inseparable childhood friends Desi (Carolina Yuste, Carmen & Lola, also in The Cover), Soraya (Angela Cervantes) and Bea (Elisabet Casanovas), and she soon finds herself catapulted back into their authentic, tragicomic friendship. Being back together again forces them to reconcile the women they have become with the girls they once were, while reevaluating uncertain futures. Despite the passing of time, by relying on each other and the bonds of friendship, the four discover what is important to each of them and learn that sometimes, you can come home. ## SESSION TIMES Thursday 28, April 1:20 PM Sunday 8, May 1:45 PM Wednesday 11, May 8:50 PM Monday 16, May 6:30 PM Tuesday 17, May 12:00 PM Wednesday 18, May 11:00 AM

Light Flows Exhibition - Art Marx Gallery

An exhibition around the way that light influences our every day and how it can be represented in abstract art.

  • Dates:Apr 23 - May 22
  • Time(s):11am - 4pm
  • Venue:Art Marx Gallery

Details

  • Type:Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Other Visual Arts,Drawing
  • Ticket Price:Free

Description

'Light Flows' - an exhibition around the way that light influences our every day and how it can be represented in abstract art. Myra Mitchell chooses both abstract and semi abstract styles to explore the art of painting to convey her feelings. Julie Fowell developing abstract paintings based on colour theory and non-objective art, using ‘automatic drawing’ as a starting point Jo Duffy uses her combination of a Bachelor of Arts (Design) and self-taught experience to depict the Australian landscape in an Expressionist style Jacqui Armstrong finds inspiration in everyday stories and encounters, combining texture and form to create unique situations in abstract paintings. An expressive journey, she brings some of her paintings of her coastal life to this exhibition. Paul Nagle originally fell into painting by means of doing backdrops for the bands he was playing in, throughout his early teens. This passion for art lead him to studies at various art schools in and around Sydney. Resident artist Tracey-Ann Morris paints a deeper connection with her surroundings. Her inspiration is the 'Sensing Mind Series' or the connecting mind, where the canvas and paint become the interface for connecting to memories, places, feelings and nature.

Maixabel | Luna on SX

A taut political drama from acclaimed filmmaker Icíar Bollaín (Rosa’s Wedding, Yuli), Maixabel is the inspiring true story of a woman who dares to take a courageous step towards peace and forgiveness.

  • Dates:Apr 28 & 30, May 9, 16 & 18
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

In the year 2000, Maixabel Lasa’s husband, Juan María Jaúregui, was killed by ETA. Eleven years later, she receives an incredible request: one of the men who killed Juan wants to meet with her in the Nanclares de la Oca prison in Álava (Spain), where he is serving his sentence after breaking ties with the terrorist group. Despite her reservations and to the shock of those around her, Maixabel agrees to meet face-to-face with those who ended the life of the person who had been her companion since she was 16 years old. Winner of Best Actress at the 2022 Goya Awards, Blanca Portillo (La Fortuna, Volver, Broken Embraces) delivers a superb performance alongside an outstanding ensemble cast including Luis Tosar (Out in the Open) in this emotional film about restorative justice. ## SESSION TIMES Thursday 28, April 3:45 PM Saturday 30, April 1:00 PM Monday 9, May 1:45 PM Monday 16, May 1:45 PM Wednesday 18, May 1:30 PM

Stumpy Brown - Ngupawarlu My Country

Japingka Gallery is delighted to present a selection of bold paintings by the late Nyuju Stumpy Brown. (1924- 2011)

  • Dates:8 Apr -18 May 22
  • Time(s):Weekdays 10 AM - 5 PM ; Weekends 12 - 5 PM
  • Venue:Japingka Gallery

Details

  • Other:Arts & Crafts
  • Type:Aboriginal
  • Art Exhibitions:Aboriginal,Painting
  • Hosted By:Japingka Gallery
  • Ticket Price:FREE

Description

Stumpy began painting in the mid 1980s in Fitzroy and began exhibiting in 1991. Nyuju Stumpy Brown’s full brother was Rover Thomas. The artistic contribution from both Stumpy and Rover signifies the diversity of Kimberley traditions. Stumpy’s stylistic influences came from the Fitzroy Crossing region, with its use of strong and contrasting colour to define form. Stumpy painted boldly coloured renditions of her ceremonial country of Ngupawarlu that sing out with an intensity that highlights the spiritual significance of this country to her identity as a painter and as a cultural lawwoman. Stumpy has always been an important woman in the community for law and culture. She carried the Women's Law from Wangkatjungka side right through to desert side at Balgo. She was a senior law woman and traditional owner and custodian of Ngupawarlu.

The House of Snails | Luna on SX

The debut fiction feature from director Macarena Astorga, The House of Snails is a slow burn psychological thriller filled with twists and turns that will have you on the edge of your seat.

  • Dates:Apr 28, May 4, 13 & 16
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

Writer Antonio Prieto (Javier Rey) decides to spend the summer in a remote town in the mountains outside Malaga, where he hopes to find tranquility and inspiration for his next novel. There he meets Berta (Paz Vega, also in Wetland), an alluring woman whom he feels instantly attracted to, as well as several other eccentric citizens that he starts to investigate and write about. As the characters begin to find their way into the pages of his manuscript, local quirkiness soon turns menacing when Antonio discovers that the locals are hiding numerous secrets, as well as a terrifying and dark legend. Forced to question where reality ends and fiction begins, his experiences over time will lead him to discover that sometimes reality is much stranger than fiction. ## SESSION TIMES Thursday 28, April 8:30 PM Wednesday 4, May 8:30 PM Friday 13, May 8:30 PM Monday 16, May 8:45 PM

You Keep The Kids | Luna on SX

When two parents divorce, the custody battle is always the most difficult fight. But what if instead of fighting to keep the kids, both tried to convince them to choose the other parent?

  • Dates:Apr 28, 28, May 12, 15, 17
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Type:Festivals
  • Hosted By:Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

Featuring some of the hottest names in Spanish film and television, Paco León (Kiki Love to Love, The House of Flowers), Miren Ibarguren (I Can Quit Whenever I Want) and Ester Expósito (Elite), You Keep the Kids is a laugh-out-loud new comedy from exciting director Dani de la Orden (The Wedding Unplanner). Flora (Miren Ibarguren) and Víctor (Paco León) are the perfect parents: modern, fun and loving. But they are both winners, capable of taking their competitiveness to the extreme, even in their marriage. So, when it comes to their divorce and pursuing work opportunities, both want to win. But in the reverse of the way it usually goes, this couple fights tooth and nail to avoid getting custody of their three children — who must endure their parents’ endeavours to convince them that living alone with either of them would be a living hell. ## Session Times Thursday 28, April 6:30 PM Friday 29, April 1:50 PM Thursday 12, May 1:30 PM Sunday 15, May 11:00 AM Tuesday 17, May 6:30 PM

Carpoolers | Luna on SX

In this entertaining comedy, four travellers meet in Madrid’s city centre through a rideshare app to travel south by car to Murcia.

  • Dates:Apr 29, May 5 & 8
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

During the journey, the passengers chat about aspects of their lives to break the ice. Everything flows naturally, but the three passengers begin to suspect the possible motivations of the peculiar driver, Julián (Salva Reina, Marshland), who behaves strangely from the start. Gradually exchanging secrets and emotions with an element of mistrust, these four individuals will have a more surreal and fun trip than they expected. Along the way, they will learn a lot about who they are travelling with and about themselves. Bringing together a cast of renowned actors such as Salva Reina, Ana Polvorosa (My Big Night), Pol Monen and Andrea Duro, Carpoolers is filled with dialogue, comical situations and tension as it questions first impressions. Set almost entirely inside the car, Martín Cuervo’s directorial debut delivers the perfect combination of road movie, comedy and suspense. ## SESSION TIMES Friday 29, April 4:00 PM Thursday 5, May 6:30 PM Sunday 8, May 4:15 PM

Once Upon a Time in Euskadi | Luna on SX

This debut feature film from Basque filmmaker Manu Gómez is semi-auto biographical and inspired by his own childhood, seen through the eyes of the four young friends.

  • Dates:Apr 29, May 2, 9 & 12
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

Set in the 1980s, turbulent years for the Basque Country (embroiled at the time in political violence and terrorism) Once Upon a Time in Euskadi is an emotional coming-of-age drama where a group of 12-year-old friends learn to deal with loss and adversity through the power of friendship. Marcos and his 3 friends, José Antonio, Paquito and Toni, look forward to a summer break full of promise. In reality, they while away their hours in a maze of painted walls, where rubber balls and dreams bounce together. Under a sky tainted in the grey of prefabricated concrete, the boys try to emerge unscathed from a tumultuous environment. ## SESSION TIMES Friday 29, April 11:30 AM Monday 2, May 1:40 PM Monday 9, May 11:20 AM Thursday 12, May 3:45 PM

The Year of the Fury | Luna on SX

In 1972 Uruguay, a year before the military coup, Diego and Leonardo, two writers of a well-known TV comedy show, struggle to maintain their integrity under millitary pressure.

  • Dates:Apr 29, 30, May 11, 17
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Type:Festivals
  • Hosted By:Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

On the side of the oppressors, Rojas (Daniel Grao, Julieta), a lieutenant in charge of torturing subversive youth, finds emotional refuge in his relationship with prostitute Susana (Martina Gusmán). Slowly, their lives are deeply impacted by the oppressive and increasingly tense atmosphere that envelops Montevideo and almost all of them come together in a hostel run by a Spanish woman (Maribel Verdú). As the coming dictatorship looms over them, The Year of Fury explores how fear gradually poisons professional, platonic and romantic relationships during this turbulent period in Uruguayan history. Exuding unique poignancy and heart this exciting ensemble thriller, from director and screenwriter Rafa Russo, delivers a thoughtfully executed story of love, friendship and betrayal in troubled times. ## Session Times Friday 29, April 6:15 PM Saturday 30, April 6:00 PM Wednesday 11, May 6:30 PM Tuesday 17, May 8:40 PM

Camila Comes Out Tonight | Luna on SX

Directed and co-written by Inés Barrionuevo, Camila Comes Out Tonight is an intimate and lively portrait of Argentine youth with a beautiful aesthetic.

  • Dates:Apr 30, May 4 & 10
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

When her grandmother becomes seriously ill, Camila (Nina Dziembrowski) is forced to move to Buenos Aires, leaving a liberal public high school for a traditional private institution. Suddenly a senior in a strict school without any friends, and with her single mother caught up in family affairs, Camila’s fierce yet immature temperament is put to the test. While coping with the turbulence of adolescence and the jarring change of scenery, she discovers her feelings for her classmate Clara (Maite Valero). Faced with an alluring set of possibilities and experiences that await in the big city, Camila sets out on a journey of sexual and political discovery. Exploring key themes of tradition, family and growing up, this stylistic coming-of-age tale is set at the height of the Marea Verde (Green Tide), a period of street protests against Argentina’s abortion laws. ## SESSION TIMES Saturday 30, April 8:30 PM Wednesday 4, May 4:00 PM Tuesday 10, May 1:30 PM

Mediterraneo: The Law of the Sea | Luna on SX

Based on the true story of the founder of NGO Open Arms, Òscar Camps, Mediterráneo is a tale of humanity, justice and solidarity.

  • Dates:Apr 30, May 2, 3 & 6
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

Autumn 2015. Profoundly affected by the heart-wrenching photograph of a young Syrian-Kurdish boy drowned in the Mediterranean Sea, Spanish lifeguards, Òscar (Eduard Fernández, A Thief’s Daughter) and Gerard (Dani Rovira), travel to Lesbos, Greece to offer assistance. Upon arrival they discover a shocking reality: thousands of people risking their lives daily, crossing the sea in precarious vessels, fleeing from armed conflict and other miseries in their home countries. But shockingly, no one is doing any rescue work. Together with Òscar’s daughter Esther (Anna Castillo) and other team members, they fight to do what none of the authorities are doing, and provide desperately needed support to thousands of people. For everyone, this initial voyage will turn into a life-changing odyssey. ## SESSION TIMES Saturday 30, April 10:30 AM Monday 2, May 4:00 PM Tuesday 3, May 8:45 PM Friday 6, May 1:15 PM

Swan River Ramblers at The Duke - International Jazz Day

Celebrate UNESCO's International Jazz Day with the Swan River Ramblers at The Duke of George! Trad. jazz, swing, bebop, blues, New Orleans style music and more.

  • Dates:Saturday April 30
  • Time(s):7:30 - 10:00pm (doors 6pm)
  • Venue:The Duke of George

Details

  • Music:Jazz
  • Hosted By:The Duke of George
  • Ticket Price:$35

Description

Drawing repertoire from jazz & swing standards, trad. jazz, bebop, blues, New Orleans style music and more, The Swan River Ramblers combine a wealth of performance experience, with instrumental virtuosity and a keen sense of spontaneity. Formed by bassplayer Pete Jeavons in 2017 the band initially performed only as a roving, acoustic quartet aboard the Paddlesteamer Decoy as it cruised the Swan River during WA’s warmer months. With many sold out shows aboard the PS Decoy now under their belt The Ramblers have started to make a few appearances on land too, adding a drummer to their ranks and performing at venues such as Lyric’s Underground, The Ellington Jazz Club and the Navy Club (Jazz Fremantle). After a successful debut performance at The Duke of George in November last year, the Swan River Ramblers will return on Saturday April 30th - UNESCO’s 2022 International Jazz Day - featuring Adam Hall (trumpet/vocals), Adrian Galante (clarinet/piano), Ray Walker (guitar/vocals), Ben Vanderwal (drums) and of course Pete Jeavons (double bass). Join the Swan River Ramblers for a great night of jazz that is guaranteed to please.

The Kids are Alright | Luna on SX

Directed by and starring Santiago Segura, this Spanish box office hit comedy is exciting fun for the whole family.

  • Dates:Apr 30, May 7 & 15
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

Missing a train is always painful, but it is even worse when your children have been left inside, alone! When Ricardo, (Santiago Segura, Torrente, Father There is Only One) a responsible yet hypochondriac father, is suddenly tasked with the responsibility of taking his son and six other children to a camp in Asturias, things do not go to plan. The only other supervising adult is Felipe (comedian and actor Leo Harlem) an extravagant and irresponsible grandfather of two of the children. At the train station, unexpectedly the train departs with the children safely onboard, leaving Ricardo and Felipe on the platform. A hilarious chase ensues, led by a father and grandfather, as they try to remedy the situation they have found themselves in. As for the children, it is a crazy trip filled with pranks they would not dare to do in front of adults. ## SESSION TIMES Saturday 30, April 3:45 PM Saturday 7, May 1:15 PM Sunday 15, May 4:00 PM

Beyond The Summit | Luna on SX

An exciting survival thriller set in the awe-inspiring Nepalese Himalayas, Beyond the Summit follows two mountain climbers with the unfaltering will to dare to achieve their goals.

  • Dates:May 1, 4 & 13
  • Time(s):Multiple sessions
  • Venue:Luna on SX

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna On SX
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Moro Spanish Film Festival
  • Produced By:Spanish Film Festival

Description

Fighting fit, but with no experience of climbing big mountains, Mateo (Javier Rey, also in The House of Snails) is getting ready to try and scale Annapurna, one of the most difficult peaks on Earth. Not only is he attempting this dangerous feat in the middle of winter, but he’s also going alone. It is not simply an adventure, but also about keeping a long-held promise. On his ascent he suffers an accident that leaves him seriously injured. Hours later he is rescued by Ione (Patricia López Arnaiz, also in Mediterraneo: The Law of the Sea), an experienced mountaineer who is spending the winter in a shelter, alone and far from the world. A million miles from home, each other’s company will turn out to be the best way to overcome the challenges that Mother Nature throws at them and conquer their own personal demons in Ibon Cormenzana’s immersive, high-octane emotional adventure. ## SESSION TIMES Sunday 1, May 6:45 PM Wednesday 4, May 6:30 PM Friday 13, May 11:00 AM