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2040, the film

Get ready to feel inspired to save the world with a screening of 2040 by award-winning director Damon Gameau, who delves into a journey to explore the regenerative possibilities of the future.

  • Dates:Apr 21
  • Time(s):6:45pm - 8:15pm, 7.00pm - 8.30pm, 7.15pm - 8.45pm, 7.30pm - 9.00pm
  • Venue:Event Cinemas Innaloo

Details

  • Hosted By:WA Good Food Guide
  • Ticket Price:$115 + bf
  • Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event,Celebrity Chef
  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events

Description

The WA Good Food Guide Film Festival showcases the talents of West Australian chefs and producers. Each screening has a thoughtfully curated food and beverage experience at its heart. For 2040, our opening event, there seemed to be no better chef than 2019 WAGFG Chef of the Year, Melissa Palinkas of Ethos Deli + Dining Room. Melissa and her team put sustainability at the core of their innovative East Fremantle offering and their collaboration with WAGFG will be no different, dreaming up the perfect dinner box. Canapes on arrival Popcorn Akoya oysters DINNER BOX Coney Island Frank Dog using Rose Mallee Beef Ethos signature potato latkes Pumpkin burghl goats cheese salad DESSERT Whey gelato/plum/macadamia Arrive early to meet chef Melissa Palinkas, grab a drink and get ready for an evening that will leave you inspired to save the world! Acclaimed drinks guru Mike Bennie, our Director of Drinks, has curated a special match of WA wines to match boxes starring Frankland River Estate, Voyager Estate, Corymbia and Si Vintners drops. Ethos will also be providing their innovative non-alcoholic drinks on the night. WA craft beers are also available from Gage Roads, Cheeky Money and Otherside.

Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles

If you have a sweet tooth, this is the event for you!

  • Dates:Apr 22
  • Time(s):7.00pm - 8.15pm, 7.30pm - 8.45pm, 7.45pm - 9.00pm, 8.00pm - 9.15pm
  • Venue:Event Cinemas Innaloo

Details

  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events
  • Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event,Celebrity Chef
  • Hosted By:WA Good Food Guide
  • Ticket Price:$110 + bf

Description

Bringing together some of the world’s most talented culinary artists, Yotam Ottolenghi strives to tell the story of Versailles through the lens of food, for the famed Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Ottolenghi revels in a journey through the abstract and inventive. Unmissable! Romain Lassiaille will conjure decadent dessert platters for Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles. Lassiaille, the renowned Pastry Chef at Pullman Bunker Bay Resort has had a global career from the acclaimed Lake House in Daylesford to Peru, South Africa, Switzerland and his native France. There he spent his formative years working in the realm of Michelin restaurants. The platter includes; - Blueberry & Strawberry Gum Macaron | in celebration of the favourite dessert of Marie Antoinette - Milk Chocolate & Salted Caramel Popcorn w/ passionfruit gel - Lemon Virgin Mojito | inspired by world renowned Pastry Chef Cedric Grolet - Chocolate Gold Bar | Louis XV was an addict to chocolate and infatuated by gold An exceptional selection of West Australian wines and innovative non-alcoholic options have been curated by acclaimed drinks guru Mike Bennie, our Director of Drinks for this event. Arrive early to meet Romain, order your drink at the bar, and get ready for an unforgettable Gold Class experience!

To Kill A Mockingbird

Harper Lee’s masterpiece To Kill A Mockingbird is being brought to life on the Stirling Theatre stage.

  • Dates:Apr 23 - May 8
  • Time(s):8pm April 23, 24, 29, 30, May 1, 6, 7 & 8; 2pm April 25 & May 2
  • Venue:Stirling Theatre

Details

  • Hosted By:Stirling Theatre
  • Ticket Price:$22, $20 concession
  • Performing Arts:Theatre

Description

Adapted by Christopher Sergel and directed by Jane Sherwood, the Pulitzer Prize-winner is set during the Great Depression in a sleepy Alabama town where Scout and her brother Jem live with their widowed father Atticus Finch. When a young black man is accused of a terrible crime, Atticus defends the man in a trial that sends violent waves through the community. To Kill A Mockingbird plays at 8pm April 23, 24, 29, 30, May 1, 6, 7 and 8 with 2pm matinees April 25 and May 2. Tickets are $22, $20 concession – book at www.trybooking.com/BNULQ Stirling Theatre is on Morris Place, Innaloo.

Ratatouille

The ultimate treat-day for you and your little one!

  • Dates:Apr 24
  • Time(s):12.30pm
  • Venue:Event Cinemas Innaloo

Details

  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events
  • Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event
  • Hosted By:WA Good Food Guide
  • Ticket Price:$40 + bf (under 12), $50 + bf (ages 12 and over)
  • Type:For Kids

Description

This is Pixar’s endearing tale of Remy, a rat who dreams to cook, and his unusual alliance with Linguine a hapless young kitchen hand. Ratatouille has become a firm favourite for not just families; regularly hitting lists of the best culinary depictions on the silver screen. This session is the perfect treat to bring your little ones to and our carefully considered offering will satisfy both adults and kids alike.

Fenella Peacock of Taste Scape brings her own brand of je ne sais quoi to her French-styled lunchbox for the screening of Ratatouille. Expect a classic ham and cheese baguette, fromage, a decadent sweet croissant, French-style lollies and macarons and for dessert, strawberry shortcake or chocolate tart. Kids will be served the classic French Orangina with their lunchbox and adults will be able to purchase premium WA wine and beer from a thoughtfully curated list at the WAGFG Film Festival bar. Patrons who require a gluten free option can email [email protected] by April 15th quoting their booking reference.

The Lunchbox

A very special event that will see the Gold Class Cinemas transported to the streets of India in an incredible feast for the senses.

  • Dates:Apr 24
  • Time(s):6.30pm - 8.30pm, 7.00pm - 9.00pm, 7.30pm - 9.30pm, 7.45pm - 9.45pm
  • Venue:Event Cinemas Innaloo

Details

  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events
  • Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event
  • Hosted By:WA Good Food Guide
  • Ticket Price:$130 + bf

Description

Set against the rich tapestry of Mumbai and its curious culinary delivery system, where “tiffin wallahs” deliver lunchboxes of hot food to workers from homes and restaurants, this romantic drama was an unexpected charmer. The New York Times commented that it “puts Old Hollywood style in a Mumbai that has escaped the cyber world,” as a muddled delivery connects a middle-class housewife and a man in the dusk of his life, through food and scribbled notes.

For this event to be hosted in four Saturday night sessions in GOLD CLASS, we are partnering with Inglewood’s Chakra Restaurant to deliver an incredible Indian menu using WA produce to be served before and throughout the film; expect the scents of India to transport you to the screen in this truly immersive dining and screening experience. Guests to this screening will be greeted by roving trays of nibbles including Leeuwin Coast Akoya oysters, Pani Puri, fritter bites, fried flat naan bites and start the night with a glass of WA wine or beer. Non-alcoholic options will also be available. You’ll then head into the cinema and be treated to the following amazing menu from Chakra served in a THALI ( an open form of Lunchbox) Entrée ROSE MALLEE BEEF SAMOSA CONE Carom seeds cone, tarka beef, sautéed onion, tomato, date tamarind chutney - df Mains Thali (an open 'Lunchbox') DUCK KORMA Double marinated duck cooked in rich & mild cashew nuts curry, fried curry leaves, pomegranate - gf BUTTER CHICKEN Burnt coal whole herbed creamy tomato curry, roasted fenugreek, onion seeds - gf LAMB ROGAN JOSH KOFTA Lamb kofta cooked in kashmiri spiced curry, ratanjot, ghee, fennel, saffron - gf ALOO GOBHI Cauliflower, peas, potato subzi cooked in tarka - gf, df Sides Kashmiri pulao, Beetroot chutney - gf Cucumber raita, Turmeric paratha Dessert RASMALAI Spongy milk dumplings in saffron and cardamom reduced condensed milk, gold leaf, pistachios, slivered almonds, pistachio candy floss - gf with exceptional wines from WA vineyards and some of WA's top breweries.

Chocolat

The ultimate date night with a friend or that special person in your life!

  • Dates:Apr 25
  • Time(s):3.30pm
  • Venue:Event Cinemas Innaloo

Details

  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events
  • Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event
  • Hosted By:WA Good Food Guide
  • Ticket Price:$95 + bf

Description

Colliding morals in rural France set the tone for this romantic drama starring Juliette Binoche, Johnny Depp and Dame Judi Dench. The opening of a chocolate shop during lent, with all its temptations, pits a wandering chocolatier against an arrogant and overbearing mayor, as a town learns to love, laugh and live.

The WA Good Food Guide Film Festival showcases the talents of West Australian chefs and producers. Each screening has a thoughtfully curated food and beverage experience at its heart. For our presentation of Chocolat, the WAGFG has turned to one Australia’s most renowned chocolate artisans, Sue Lewis Chocolatier. Indulge in a selection of Sue’s finest creations with a box including • A champagne truffle to start • Dark chocolate brownie with cacao nibs • Dark chocolate with cherry, raspberry and strawberry bark • Four chocolate truffles - saltbush caramel, lemon myrtle, raspberry and strawberry gum and Limeburners whisky An exceptional selection of premium West Australian wines and innovative non-alcoholic options have been curated by acclaimed drinks guru Mike Bennie, our Director of Drinks for this event. Two glasses are included in the ticket price as well as small take home pack of chocolates to share with loved ones at home. Total food and beverage package ($75 RRP)

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

Like WA’s Harvey Beef, this film is a bona fide family favourite!

  • Dates:Apr 25
  • Time(s):12.30pm
  • Venue:Event Cinemas Innaloo

Details

  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events
  • Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event
  • Hosted By:WA Good Food Guide
  • Ticket Price:$35 + bf (kids under 12), $55 + bf (12 years and over)
  • Type:For Kids

Description

The quirky animated tale of hapless inventor Flint Lockwood, finally hitting it big with a machine that converts water into delicious food. But as his creation gains sentience food storms threaten. Flint must battle to destroy the machine to save the world.

For our presentation of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs expect a meaty surprise from our Harvey Beef special collaboration with chef Nic Wood from Santini Bar + Grill at QT Perth. On arrival Smokey BBQ Brisket + Cabbage-Horseradish Slaw + Mustard + Pickles + Brioche Roll Garlic + Rosemary Beef Skewers + Preserved Lemon Yoghurt Sauce In cinema ‘Cloudy’ Meatball Sub Braised Beef + Red Pepper Meatballs Sub + Tomato Passata + Mozzarella + Basil Delivered to seats Dessert Lemon Ice-cream Sandwich - Shortbread + White Chocolate Soft drinks for kids can be purchased at the Candy Bar Acclaimed drinks guru Mike Bennie has curated a special match of WA wines, beers and non-alcoholic drinks especially for the festival and these will be available to purchase (tap and pay, card only) from the WA Good Food Guide Film Festival bar prior to and also during the film should the big kids require a top-up!

Julie & Julia

An all-time culinary classic in VMAX! Enjoy this stunning food adventure on screen. Meryl Streep and Amy Adams star in this tale of two women, decades apart.

  • Dates:Apr 26
  • Time(s):3.30pm
  • Venue:Event Cinemas Innaloo

Details

  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events
  • Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event
  • Hosted By:WA Good Food Guide
  • Ticket Price:$85 + bf

Description

Profits from the first 100 tickets sold for this session will go towards our charity partner - 5000 Meals. The rise to prominence of American culinary legend Julia Child, and blogger Julie Powell whose 2002 challenge to cook each recipe in Child's first book is the inspiration for this Nora Ephron classic.

The WA Good Food Guide Film Festival showcases the talents of West Australian chefs and producers. Each screening has a thoughtfully curated food and beverage experience at its heart. For our presentation of Julie and Julia, start the session with some fresh La Delizia Latticini ricotta on fresh bread with honey and almonds and a glass of wine before heading into the VMAX cinema. Then enjoy your box which includes cheese from the likes of Halls Family Dairy, Dellendale, Harvey cheese and Cambray cheese, Nordic crackers and toasts, seasonal fruits and Black Pig Deli charcuterie. Dessert is from WA institution, the Honeycake (total offering valued at $70 pp). An exceptional selection of West Australian wines and innovative non-alcoholic options have been curated by acclaimed drinks guru Mike Bennie, our Director of Drinks for this event.

The Truffle Hunters

Deep in the forests of Piedmont, Italy, an age-old hunt is underway for one of the world’s rarest and most expensive ingredients: the Alba white truffle. This heart-warming and hunger inducing documentary follows the small band of men, seventy- or eighty-years young that are the truffle hunters.

  • Dates:Apr 27
  • Time(s):7.00pm
  • Venue:Event Cinemas Innaloo

Details

  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events
  • Food & Drink:Festival,Food Event
  • Hosted By:WA Good Food Guide
  • Ticket Price:$120 + bf

Description

For our presentation of The Truffle Hunters, WAGFG is teaming up with David Coomer, known to many as the chef behind Star Anise, Pata Negra and Fuyu, and consultant chef at Island Market Trigg. Now owner of Manjimup’s Coomer Truffles he will be presenting a jar of his signature black truffle pate with accompaniments, truffle brie, charcuterie, black truffle, and miso popcorn, and the ultimate cinema snack, a black truffle ice cream sandwich. Acclaimed drinks guru Mike Bennie has curated a special match of WA wines especially for the festival and the bar will be serving exceptional wines from WA vineyards including; Swinney, Chalari, Swan Valley Wines and Howard Park. Beers from Otherside Brewing Co include the ‘Festive Ale’ and the ‘Low-Fi’ and non-alcoholic wine NON will also be available. Join us for a pre-film Q&A where David will be discussing all things truffles with Georgia Moore, Director of the WA Good Food Guide. There will also be a ‘real-life’ truffle hunt in the cinema where David’s dog Olive will search the VMAX Cinema for truffles before the film.

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