Adelaide Film Festival, hosted by Palace Nova on Cinema Place, is where Australia’s first Muslim rom-com “Ali’s Wedding”, will be screened for the first time.
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The 20th annual Japanese Film Festival opened in Adelaide on Friday night with a celebratory Reception at the Mercury Cinema and Glam Adelaide was there!
Outdoor Cinema – check. Food Trucks – check. Fishnets – check.
An exceptional line-up of opera and ballet productions from London’s Royal Opera House, Paris’ Opéra National & Milan’s La Scala commence from 28 October 2016.
Sitting down with Georgia Love, it’s clear she has walked away from the show smitten. But that’s not to say reliving her televised romance hasn’t been a challenge.
Adelaide’s first Japanese anime film festival arrives in Prospect on 22 October with new release movies, anime-inspired entertainment, Japanese food and music.
After being released as MA15+ for ridiculous reasons, the wonderful self affirming film by local Director Taryn Brumfitt is finally reclassified so we can all see it.
The Iranian Film Festival Australia returns for its 6th year exclusively at the Mercury Cinema from 3 November, shining a spotlight on contemporary life in Iran.
The British Film Festival has announced it’s 2016 program, including 19 premieres, classic restorations, and a spotlight on pioneering director Ken Loach.
The 20th annual Japanese Film Festival will run from 21 – 30 October exclusively at the Mercury Cinema in the city, showcasing 10 films across multiple genre.
The Australian Directors’ Guild has partnered with The Communications Council to offer commercial and content directing mentorships to female directors.
The Adelaide Film Festival presents a rogue mini-festival this month with two world premiere films, in-conversation events, a masterclass, and more.
The all new GU Film House Adelaide on Hindley Street boasts 6 screens, including two Vmax and Dolby Atmos – the most advance sound technology available.
Featuring around 30 movies over 3 weeks, the Italian Film Festival is screening 21 Sept to 12 Oct exclusively at the Palace Nova. Tickets are on sale now.
One of the most comprehensive and lavish books on the history of motion pictures, from the silent era through to the end of the 1990s.
With a new documentary about The Beatles opening in cinemas this week, we caught up with US news veteran, Larry Kane, who toured with them back in 1964.
Regional South Australia has rolled the dice and turned out to be the major beneficiary of a new feature film starring Emmy and BAFTA award winning actor Martin Freeman (The Hobbit, Black Panther, Sherlock, Fargo).
KOFFIA is the most celebrated annual festival in Australia to showcase the best Korean cinema, from blockbusters & arthouse to rom-coms & historical dramas.
Adelaide’s stately Ayers House Museum will again host a major new exhibition featuring the artful and luxurious fashions that were the silent stars of the recent cinematic hit.