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The versatile character actor Sachin Joab is in Adelaide as a guest of the Adelaide Film Festival where he stars in two marquee productions.
This year’s Adelaide Film Festival delivers a wealth of features, documentaries, shorts and VR, along with special events.
This exciting, disability-led film and new media festival will run for two days in Angaston.
Event cinemas Glenelg, Marion and Adelaide city offer school-holiday screenings and activities.
Once again, Lavazzo Italian Film Festival brings us the best of Italian cinema and culture.
Costume designer Wendy Cork talks about her latest project, Ladies in Black.
An exhibition of stills from great Australia cinema, opens in conjunction with Adelaide Film Festival.
It’s the summer of 1959 when Lisa, aged sixteen, takes a holiday job at the prestigious Sydney department store, where she meets the “ladies in black” who change her life for the better.
The stars and director of new Australian feature The Flipside, talk about the film and their eclectic careers.
Whether you’re a movie buff or a muso, you’ll love watching these classic silent films to a soundtrack of original live scores from Adelaide’s brightest musical minds!
Parlour Lane Popcorn Company has joined up with Event Cinemas to bring a new range to Adelaide.
Palace Nova Eastend are throwing a party to celebrate the preview screening of Spike Lee’s latest feature.
Wayne Groom and Carolyn Bilsborow’s latest documentary looks at the enduring mystery of the unidentified man found dead on Somerton Beach in 48.
EXHIBITION ON SCREEN open its fifth season with Canaletto & the Art of Venice, an immersive journey into the life and art of Venice’s famous view-painter.
Australia’s premier genre film festival returns to the GU Film House Hindley Street.
Adelaide’s beautiful Regal Theatre is having a special screening of Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again this Wednesday 25th July.
Danish actor Julie Christiansen is in Australia as a guest of the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival.
Thousands of votes have been cast, and more than 300 Australian features – fiction and documentary – have been named as audience favourites in Adelaide Film Festival’s global poll for the top three Australian films of all time.