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Adelaide Cinémathèque, a 3-monthly programme of cult, classic, foreign language, experimental, documentary, silent, independent, short & premiere films has arrived!
For the first time in cinemas the public will have the opportunity to experience the “opening night” of TED’s legendary annual conference & VIP audience.
But not just any old tickets… Tickets to the preview screening. That is so hot right now…
Event Cinemas Marion launch season 2 of their cult cinema classics. In The House brings back cinema favourites, from Blade Runner to The Breakfast Club!
Adelaide director Rosemary Myers’ debut feature film Girl Asleep has won prize position to open the prestigious Berlin Film Festival (Berlinale) in February.
The Mercury Cinema’s carefully curated film program for the over 50s features the world’s most interesting and entertaining films, workshops & stand-up comedy.
Disney has added David Campbell to the cast of its new animated feature Zootopia to localise it for Aussie audiences – and you get to name the character!
Cowboys and cowgirls, Germanic filmmakers and auteurs are celebrated in Adelaide Cinémathèque’s first program for 2016 at the Mercury Cinema.
Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinemas are coming back to Glenelg with new releases and cult films to light up the foreshore from 28 February through to 10 April.
Adelaide’s home of screen culture, the MRC and the Mercury Cinema, are kicking off 2016 with a packed program of films, live comedy, workshops and more!
South Australia’s Media Resource Centre is inviting SA filmmakers to submit their entries into SA’s highest accolade in film, the 2016 SA Screen Awards.
After the success of this year’s French Film Festival, we can only imagine how awesome season 2016 will be…
Well if this isn’t great news for up and coming South Aussie filmmakers, we don’t know what is!
See the first trailer below for Zoolander 2 here.
Catch the steepest and deepest in high-adrenaline outdoor sport films when the 2015 Radical Reels Tour heads to Adelaide on 17 November 2015.
On Friday 30 October 2015, the Mercury Cinema got a taste of Japan with the opening night celebration of the 19th annual Japanese Film Festival.
Check out the winners of the Adelaide Film Festival Audience Awards here…
A premiere screening, delicious wine and food and all things British. Check out the socials from the British Film Festival here…
You’re in luck because we’re giving away tickets to this season’s must-watch film.