The 'Shine' 20th Anniversary Private Memorabilia Collection has opened to the public and we caught up with the film's director and star to chat about their memories.
The Egyptian God of Darkness savagely takes over the throne of the Egyptian empire, ruling with an iron fist and forcing others to band together to defeat him.
This adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s classic play The Wild Duck is set in a dying logging town, delivering an atmospheric, contemporary drama.
In Midsummer Night’s Dream Shakespeare called them Rude Mechanicals, common folk who want to perform for the Prince and maybe win his favour.
Adelaide's very own Andrew Bovell has been honoured by some of Film and Theatre's biggest stars in a new book presented to him at the Opening Night of the Adelaide Film Festival...
Evil's greatest helpers, the Minions, are back in their very own feature film, a prequel to 'Despicable Me' taking us from prehistoric times to 1960s London.
After 35 years, Performance Arts Collection curator Jo Peoples has retired with one final Peoples' Choice exhibition opening on 12 December.
Based on Markus Zusak’s novel, The Book Thief is an engaging film examining the power of words and how embracing books can create comfort amidst a desperate situation.
David Helfgott, one of Australia’s most treasured musicians and the pianist who was the inspiration for the Oscar-winning film 'Shine', will return to Festival Theatre stage on 24 October.
The Best Offer is an intriguing film, having many layers. On the surface it travels a romantic drama path but as events unfold it becomes something completely different. You are never sure where the story will lead.
SA films and talent swept the field at the inaugural AACTA Awards ceremony, held on Tuesday at the Sydney Opera House.