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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.
With the highly successful Adelaide Film Festival wrapping up this Sunday comes the announcement of the Feature and Documentary winners. Check out the winners here…
The HIVE Fund is officially open and submissions are now being sought for funding to make films that will premiere at the 2017 Adelaide Film Festival.
From 30 October, Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas present a weekly dose of world-class opera and ballet, caught on film from the best European companies & venues.
Returning on 28 October, the 3rd British Film Festival will feature 31 titles, capturing the humour, romance, traditions & new age vitality of British culture.
It’s more than just anime and martial arts! The 19th annual Japanese Film Festival unfolds at the Mercury Cinema from 30 October to Sunday 8 November 2015.
This powerful, ground-breaking Maltese film recalls the true story of a Maltese fishing family left stranded in open water when mistaken for asylum seekers.
With their latest appointment, the South Australian Film Corporation are bringing an ex LA Executive into a Head of Production role here in Adelaide
The Adelaide premiere of the controversial documentary Gayby Baby will hit Adelaide screens on 1 October with a special Q&A session with director Maya Newell.
Screening from 24-27 September 2015, KOFFIA is the most celebrated annual festival in Australia to showcase the very best and latest in Korean cinema.
With Cate Blanchett’s highly anticipated film, Carol, to have its Australian Premiere at the Adelaide Film Festival, this year’s program promises to be the best yet.
Adelaide’s Palace Nova Cinema will play host to a special Black Carpet Movie Premiere following Adelaide’s Zombie Walk… Forget the Walking Dead, Zombie fans, this one is for you
With M. Night Shyamalan’s new film The Visit opening soon, we caught up with Perth teenager, Olivia de Jonge to chat about her feature role.
The Lavazza Italian Film Festival is coming to Adelaide and mamma mia (!) you won’t want to miss it…