Adelaide’s own Adam Tuominen played Hunter Bradley (Crimson Thunder Ranger) in Power Rangers Ninja Storm, and he’s heading off on a Power Rangers world tour!
Browsing: Film & TV
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.
Amateurs is hilarious, moving, sweet, serious and utterly unpredictable.
This Danish contemporary relationship drama, asks difficult questions.
This is a sumptuous piece of film-making. It is heavy-going in parts, darkly comedic, profound and exquisite.
Danish actor Julie Christiansen is in Australia as a guest of the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival.
This is a film which challenges, moves, excites, and asks more questions than it answers.
Cook with confidence, dress to impress and be inspired by high achievers from the global vision-impaired and blind community. There’s all that and more in a special five-part series of lifestyle webinars launched today by South Australia’s Royal Society for the Blind.
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.
Iram Haq’s deeply personal film is harrowing, emotionally exhausting, constantly surprising, and flawless.
Palace Cinemas National Festivals Coordinator Alice McShane, is in her dream job.
The man behind both Leconfield and Richard Hamilton Wines has recently finished off his second documentary feature.
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The lush vineyards of the Barossa and iconic locations in North Terrace will soon be locations seen on the screens of millions of televisions in China as the big budget Chinese drama If Time Flows Back finishes filming it’s three episode venture into Australia this week.
2018 Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival offers a range of incredible films this winter at Palace Nova Eastend and Prospect.
An articulate and unpredictable writer and performer, Greg Sestero’s new work should cement his reputation as something much more than just “Wiseau’s sidekick”.
Four original, stand-alone audio adventures about the Tenth Doctor and his companions, with each story covering a different part of the Tenth Doctor’s timeline from his earliest adventures with Rose Tyler, through to companions Martha Jones and Donna Noble.
Mercury Cinema once again plays host to Adelaide Cinematheque.
The original 1980s TV cast return for a new,full-cast revival of this futuristic space cop adventure series, featuring four original audio stories.