A documentary exploring the popular pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela where the Apostle St James, patron Saint of Spain, is supposedly buried.
The national Over-60s film festival, Young at Heart, comes to Adelaide's Palace Nova for the first time, providing a week of fantastic films for seniors.
We interview Australian cinema icon, David Stratton, about being the focus of the limited release documentary film, A Cinematic Life, opening 9 March 2017.
This book encapsulates the working life of Sue Lloyd-Roberts, a video journalist for 30 years who often reported on human rights abuses around the world.
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 Adelaide Film Festival presents a rogue mini-festival this month with two world premiere films, in-conversation events, a masterclass, and more.
A documentary chronicling the touring years of The Beatles, from 1962 and 1966 and how their travelling affected their song-writing and relationships.
When 86-year-old Harry deLeyer bought a rescued plough horse for just $80, together they made it to the top of the world. A must-see, heartwarming documentary.
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.
Glam Adelaide caught up with film-maker Lawrence Johnston after an early screening of his new documentary, Neon, which explores the history and sociology of neon lighting.
Ostensibly a documentary, this is the story of Jorge de los Rios Vega who continues to reside in the once grand, but now derelict, eponymous hotel.
The must-see documentary of the year! What begins as a whimsical look at the world of Competitive Endurance Tickling turns into a nightmare of abuse, threats, legal action and terror.
Bart Cummings was Australian racing royalty and arguably the greatest horse trainer this country has ever known, winning 12 Melbourne Cups & over 260 races.
Every year, Michelle Leonard travels more than 4,000km through remote rural towns in NSW to audition children for a youth choir & to teach them to dream.
An inspiring video diary following two pilots and their support crew who fly 4000km in a second-hand microlight aircraft from Adelaide (SA) to Beagle Bay (WA).
The 3rd annual Scandinavian Film Festival will present some of the most exciting and fresh dramas, documentaries and comedies from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland.
An elegant compelling depiction of the crisis we face as cars take over our urban spaces and the creative solutions being implemented for a better way.
A documentary about how the foreign aid industry is destroying third-world economies by destroying their ability to compete on a local level.
An inspiring documentary about food production and the ramifications of global population growth, looking at both traditional farming methods & mass production.
The first in this season of great artworks on screen is a celebration of the history of Spain through it's greatest artist & the father of modern art, Francisco Goya.