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AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (WA)
Want to catch a good movie? Or listen to a renowned string quartet at Perth Concert Hall? Perhaps Shakespeare is more your style – or a good old belly laugh at a bawdy stage play? Whatever takes your fancy, AMA (WA) is offering members the chance to win FREE tickets to a range of movies, concerts, plays, shows or events currently on in Perth.
Entries must be received by 4pm, Monday 1 April 2019.
The 2019 Spanish Film Festival presented by Palace welcomes Moro Olive Oil as principal partner for the national festival, which celebrates cinema from Spain and Latin America.
The 22nd edition of the festival will be further enriched by the Cine Latino Film Festival sidebar, formerly a separate event in November.
Opening the festival around Australia will be the Best Film winner at the Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars) Champions (Campeones). This critically-acclaimed film smashed box office records in Spain and stars Javier Gutiérrez as Marco, an ambitious and arrogant basketball coach forced to train a team of people with disabilities.
Other films to watch out for:
The Good Girls: This gorgeously mounted and beautifully played feature is at once a scathing and glamourous depiction of the wives of upper-class men in 1982 Mexico.
Super Crazy: This Argentinian comedy boasts a lead performance bursting with energy and charisma from Natalia Oreiro as a woman who takes a remedy that makes her unable to stop speaking her mind.
The Days To Come: Catalan Goya Award-winning director Carlos Marqués-Marcet expertly captures the complicated experiences of a new couple grappling with parenthood.
Petra: Cannes regular Jamie Rosales returns with a complex, stunningly shot melodrama that mixes themes of parental responsibility, artistic authorship, sexual intrigue and revenge.
The Chaperone takes place amid the backdrop of the tumultuous times of the early 1920s. The life of a Kansas woman (Elizabeth McGovern, Downton Abbey) is forever changed when she chaperones a beautiful and talented 15-year-old dancer named Louise Brooks to New York for the summer. One of them is eager to fulfil her destiny of dance and movie stardom, the other hopes to unearth the mysteries of her past. The film reunites the writer, director and star of Downton Abbey. The Chaperone, based on Laura Moriarty’s best-selling book, is scripted by Julian Fellowes, directed by Michael Engler and stars Elizabeth McGovern, who played Lady Grantham in the hit series.
Wonder Park tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive. When the park of her dreams needs saving, only June’s imagination can bring it back to life. In cinemas for the school holidays from 11 April, Wonder Park stars the voices of Jennifer Garner, Matthew Broderick, John Oliver, Mila Kunis, and our very own Aussie stars, Ryan Fitzgerald and Michael Wipfli.
Based on the seminal horror novel by Stephen King, Pet Sematary follows Dr Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) who after relocating with his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and their two young children from Boston to rural Maine, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family’s new home. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his unusual neighbour, Jud Crandall (John Lithgow), setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences.