The stars and director of new Australian feature The Flipside, talk about the film and their eclectic careers.
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For those who enjoy tortured romances set in attention-grabbing locations, this will be a winner.
Even notoriously harsh talent judge, Simon Cowell, declared that he loves Hans.
The first Doctor, with his original companions, come across a planet where the child-like inhabitants do not die, then visit ancient Japan where they find themselves in the middle of a plot to murder the Shogun and wrestle power from him.
Australian rocker, Jimmy Barnes, provides a no-holds-barred autobiography of his life with all it’s hardships, successes, laughter and forgiveness.
Comedian Wayne Hope brings dodgy businessman Don Angel back to the ABC in a brand new series.
Michelle Ryan reprises her Dr Who television role as Lady Christina, who comes from a rich background and she spends her time being one of the most successful cat burglars on the planet.
In the second instalment of the this ongoing story, the crew of the Federation ship, Prometheus, try to prevent a galactic war from breaking out when a mysterious radiation cloud starts causing races to turn against each other.
Forty short stories retelling the original Star Wars film from the view point of other characters, from Stormtroopers and Sandpeople, to Aunt Beru and Obi-Wan at the moment of their deaths. Released for the 40th anniversary of the film.
This screening is highly recommended. Even traditionalists who hate operas being ‘modernised’ will be delighted.
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!
A disturbing portrait of the evil corruption that is rampant among those in power.
Four narrated stories set across the Eleventh Doctor’s era and featuring Amy Pond, Clara Oswald and previous characters that shared those same adventures.
On a bleak night in Wales, Hywel Roberts finds himself in need of a hotel. He is greeted by a courteous and elderly gentleman but soon realises that this hotel – nicknamed the Deadbeat Escape – is no ordinary hotel and that he has been expected.
Lee directs with gentle, guiding hand, allowing his actors room to move, but keeping the work focussed and tight.
Clear your calendars people. It’s finally time for Network Ten’s highly addictive series of The Bachelor to return.
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.
When Rachel Chu goes to Singapore with her boyfriend for his best mate’s wedding, she has no idea just how ridiculously rich he and his friends are, nor how much effort his family will put into getting rid of her.