A Separation, The Kid With A Bike selected as PIAF Lotterywest Festival Films

The slate of acclaimed international feature films headed to WA for the Perth International Arts Festival has been revealed, including such fest favourites as MIFF and SFF award winner A Separation , Errol Morris’ controversial doco Tabloid and the Dardenne brothers’ newie The Kid With A Bike.

The Lotterywest Festival Film season runs from November to April. Check out the full list of pictures below (and head to the official website for screening dates, times and locations):

Beloved (Nov 28 – Dec 4)
The Salt Of Life (Nov 29 – Dec 4)
Happy Happy (Dec 5 – Dec 11)
Tomboy (Dec 6 – Dec 11)
The Future (Dec 12 – Dec 18)
The Source (Dec 13 – Dec 18)
We Have A Pope (Dec 19 – 24 Dec)
The First Grader (Dec 26 – Jan 1)
The Kid With A Bike (Jan 2 – Jan 8 )
Late Bloomers (Jan 9 – Jan 15)
Le Havre (Jan 16 – Jan 22)
Buck (Jan 23 – Jan 29)
The Orator (Jan 24 – Jan 29)
A Separation (Jan 30 – Feb 5)
Goodbye, First Love (Feb 6 – Feb 12)
Romantics Anonymous (Feb 13 – Feb 19)
Passione (Feb 14 – Feb 19)
Tabloid (Feb 20 – Feb 25)
Neds (Feb 28 – Mar 4)
Footnote (Mar 12 – Mar 18)
Circumstance (Mar 13 – Mar 18)
The Deep Blue Sea (Mar 19 – Mar 25)
Medianeras (Mar 26 – Apr 1)
The Forgiveness of Blood (Mar 27 – Apr 1)
King of Devil’s Island (Apr 2 – Apr 8 )
Elena (Apr 9 – Apr 15)

PIAF will also host retrospective screenings of classic films from six decades across seven nights (Mar 5 – Mar 11). A list of 42 features will be revealed on January 11, with Perthians invited to vote for the best of each decade and whittle the selection down.

Discuss: What are you looking forward to catching?

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