Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson star in this hilarious gender-flip of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
A detailed and fascinating look at the Plantagenet dynasty in the 12th and early 13th centuries.
Write this one on the calendar, the 2019 Adelaide French Festival is coming, and is going to be even bigger and better than the last.
A fascinating culinary history of one of Australia’s iconic foods, taking us around Australia, New Zealand and England, through recipe books, family treasures, letters to and from soldiers in WWI, photographs and anecdotes to discover the origins of our iconic Anzac biscuit.
Noorwood, say Bonjour to your newest bar (well, newish). La Vigne first popped up on The Parade in late 2016, but owner Wil Blanc says the name never quite felt right to him. Wanting a title that properly reflected the space, he’s now rebranded as The Little French Wine Bar. Like the new name suggests, it’s […]
A moving and fascinating account of the gruesome post-WWI search for some of the 45,000 Australians who had died in France and Belgium, in order to bring closure to families and to provide the fallen with a fitting burial.
Inspired by the works of Russian composer, Tchaikovsky, the Paolo Sebastian Autumn/Winter 2018-19 couture collection holds true to the label’s essence; the creation of a grand narrative through meticulously crafted couture.
Historian Lucy Moore presents a delightful biography of Lady Ann Fanshawe, a civil war heroine, told through references to her receipt book and the family history she wrote for her son.
Young Annie names her stuffed Kangaroo 'Digger' and gives him to her older brother as he leaves for war. In France, 1918, Digger & her brother are cared for by a young French girl named Colette.
A relaunch of Australian-born Gael Elton Mayo’s 1983 memoir who, at the age of 8, was sent away to school and never again lived at home with their parents.
A documentary exploring the popular pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela where the Apostle St James, patron Saint of Spain, is supposedly buried.
The 28th season of the Alliance Française French Film Festival will open at Palace Nova Eastend cinemas on Thursday, presenting 45 films until 23 April 2017.
Phillipa Gregory's historical novel set in 16th Century Europe where three sisters will grow up to become the queens of Scotland, France and England.
An American pickpocket finds himself the lead suspect in a Paris terrorist attack & teams with a reckless CIA agent to prevent another one on Bastille Day.
Two fathers vacation with their teen daughters but when one is seduced by the other's daughter there are surprising consequences in store for them.
Blind Date is a new take on the conventional blind date film. Instead of the couple not seeing each other beforehand, this couple do not see each other at all!
A 40-year-old divorcee obsessed with discovering the truth behind his mother’s drowning 30 years ago, takes his sister on a trip to where their mother died.
An long-term unemployed 51 year old man takes on the job of a security guard where he must make decisions that go against everything he believes.
Based on a true story, the film follows a French team that goes into Chad, Africa to offer a better life to children under 5yo, but they have a secret agenda.
Based on a true event, an 18 year old girl who finds herself caught in the terrorist attack on the Taj Mahal hotel on the night of 26 November 2008.