That most dazzling of cultural events, the Alliance Française French Film Festival, has good reason to be excited about its 26th annual season, with the news that revered film critics Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton will be the Festival’s 2015 Patrons.
In exciting news for Adelaide visual effects company Rising Sun Pictures (RSP), Visual Effects Supervisor Tim Crosbie is part of the team nominated for an Academy Award for Best Achievement in Visual Effects for the film X-Men: Days of Future Past.
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The action, drama and laughs of Moonlight Cinema are set to continue with a number of exclusive and advanced screenings, dress-up nights, cult films, kid’s nights and doggie nights, helping to beat those back to work blues this February.
Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinemas are back with a bang this summer, bringing music by day and movies by night to Adelaide’s Glenelg Foreshore.
Channel Nine reflects on the 10th anniversary of the Port Lincoln bush fires in Black Tuesday – Rising from the Ashes, this Sunday at 5.30pm.
South Australian Film Corporation announces Annabelle Sheehan for the Chief Executive Officer role.
A special Moonlight Cinema event for Australia day eve.
Designed to showcase the cutting edge and creative benefits of studying at Australia’s newest comprehensive university, Torrens University Australia will be hosting a Cinema Talk Series in Adelaide this summer, including presentations by high profile guest speakers – Mr Tim Pearce, Managing Director of Frame Creative and Dr Maria Wallis, Programme Director for the Bachelor of Media Design at Torrens’ sister school, Media Design School Auckland.
Across six weeks in summer, 13 hand-picked international films are set to show at The Mercury Cinema as part of the mini film festival: Summer Scoops, 11 of which are SA premieres.
Adelaide teenager Henry Thong has won two more awards, continuing his auspicious start in a film making that has already earned him other accolades.