One Chance is the remarkable and stirring true story of Paul Potts, a shy, bullied shop assistant by day and an amateur opera singer by night who went on to win the television talent show, Britain's Got Talent.
Private Peaceful is a look at the injustices of war. Not only does this reflect the battles that two brothers face but also their treatment as soldiers.
Living in the violent world of 1970’s Belfast, Terri Hooley opened his own record store, Good Vibrations, and introduced many music styles to an uninformed public.
New Year’s Eve is anything but a celebration for teenager Greta, who plans to throw herself off a bridge until she suddenly meets Pearce and revenge, love and elicit happenings follow.
Giving a dignified portrayal of someone overcoming barriers, Mission to Lars proves that no matter whom or what we are, there is always a super-fan in all of us.
The inaugural British Film Festival comes to Adelaide this November, celebrating one of the world’s most illustrious and established cinema industries. The exceptional program includes contemporary and classic films.