Director and screenwriter, Andres Koppel, has spent most of his film and television career as a writer. But 2017 saw him make his feature directorial debut with Mist and the Maiden.
Author Tracey Korsten
The German Film Festival 2018 opens tonight at Palace Nova Eastend, with Berentzen cocktails, live entertainment and German delicacies.
Tully will take you on an emotional journey like no other, without a trace of sentimentality or cheap tricks.
This is a work for lovers of Hockney, of art in general and of good documentaries. It is an astonishingly engaging piece of film.
Premiered in 1973, A Little Night Music is still regarded by many as the jewel in Stephen Sondheim’s considerable crown. Based loosely on Bergman’s classic Smiles of a Summer Night, this musical follows the complicated love lives of bourgeois Swedes at the turn of the 20th century.
The Spanish Film Festival opens this Thursday 26th, at Palace Nova Eastend, with a screening of the dance-comedy hit The Tribe, followed by an after-party complete with wine, tapas and entertainment.
Over the two and a half days of the festival, there will be much more than just an amazing array of films. On the line-up are comedy, spoken-word performances, theatre, music, food and drink, and many other activities.
Reiner has directed a work which is neither a tedious history lesson, nor a hagiography. This is first-and-foremost a totally engaging piece of film-making.
Prosthetic specialist Lucy Sibbick took home the gold statuette this year for her extraordinary work on Darkest Hour, transforming Gary Oldman into Winston Churchill.
This is one of the most grown-up English-language comedies to hit the screens in a long time.
This Mexican production examines the life and work of James Anado McLauchlin, an American ex-pat living in the town of San Miguel de Allende.
Funne is a work that just oozes charm. These women are relatable, likable and hilarious.
But don’t be fooled by the Englishness and gentleness: this is an intense, strong and somewhat harrowing tale.
This is a solid blues outfit, which can also deliver boogie, psychedelic and down-home rock.
The APIA Young at Heart Film Festival, aimed at movie-goers over 60, has been growing since its inception thirteen years ago.
Latin-English music legend Jose Feliciano again delivered a gig of impeccable quality to an adoring audience.
Some of Adelaide’s best musicians have pulled together a tribute gig, performing Cocker’s seminal album Mad Dogs and Englishmen, in its entirety.
This is gripping theatre without a momentary lag or missed beat.
Andrew Strong knows how to deliver: he sings like a Guinness-soaked angel and shreds a guitar like he’s channeling Rory Gallagher.