This is a beautiful, beautiful film. It is humorous, and gently dramatic, and real, and moving, and important. It will stay with you for days, weeks, the rest of your life. It is a testament to the power of cinematic under-statement.
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Rigoletto features some of Verdi’s best music, and there’s lots of it.
If you have ever played with the idea of leaving city life behind and moving to a rural or coastal destination, listen up! A new ABC show is currently casting, and this could be your perfect opportunity.
Last Thursday, Seven Adelaide gathered staff and supporters under a marquee behind the Art…
Menashe opens up a private world of religion rarely available to most audiences, and puts its many trials and tribulations on show. It is an insightful film, cleverly presented to the audience in a style that is well worth the film experience.
This film presentation by Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas of the Opéra National de Paris production…
Haunted chairs, funeral parlour curtains, a bar, and popcorn. Adelaide’s newest bar/film house is set to wow and entertain.
Film historian Noah Isenberg takes a journey into the cinematic masterpiece, Casablanca, from the things it inspired to the screenwriters who shaped it and why it remains an enduring classic.
Small-screen genius Aaron Sorkin, makes his big-screen directorial debut with a surprising and complex story.
Marie Clark Musical Theatre Company invites you to join them for a special fundraising screening of the film, Monty Python & The Holy Grail! Bring your mum, dad, grandma, grandpa, best friend, cousin, next-door neighbour or the shrubbery down the road! All welcome!
Rumoured to be Day-Lewis’s last film, he shines as Reynolds Woodcock, the society couturier who fears he is doomed in love.
We had a chat with Dr Chris and Julia Morris about the ins and outs of filming I’m A Celebrity, as well as what they get up to – all they way from the South African jungle to our sunny South Australian beaches.
Glam Adelaide has excitingly been tasked with finding some of the biggest Fifty Shades fans, and so we’re giving away 10 double passes to an exclusive pre-screening of the film before it’s official release on Valentine’s Day.
David Bradley starts as television’s original Doctor Who, facing two fun and exciting new adventures with original companions Susan, Barbara and Ian.
SPICE WORLD is coming to Moonlight Cinema this February, and we are SO on board! So grab your glitter, and your mates, for a vino drinking, sing-a-long on the grass in Botanic Park.
The Commuter is everything you would expect it to be, successfully fulfilling the audience’s desire for a fast-paced, action-packed film that will not let Neeson fans down.
Every scene is beautiful in its own way; every emotion is authentic; the eroticism is pitched at exactly the right level; there is not a missed beat in the entire film.
Swinging Safari is a fantastic throwback that perfectly captures the delights and the dirtiness of 1970’s suburban/beach Australia
The film provides a truly A-list Australian cast, from international pop-princess, Kylie Minogue (sporting a horrendous bowl cut), to an almost orange Guy Pearce, all who needed zero convincing to take part in this comedic Australian romp through the seventies