An all-star cast romps through this remake of the classic Noel Coward play.
The very popular British Film Festival begins on November 10th with the best films from the British Isles.
Tom Hooper's screen adaptation of the Lloyd Webber stage show.
The imagining of Shakespeare's retirement years, written by Ben Elton.
Murder on the Orient Express is a generally fine adaptation of one of Christie’s most famous works, directed by, and starring as Hercule Poirot, Kenneth Branagh.
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.
In this 24th instalment of Ian Fleming’s James Bond film series, Bond goes rogue to come face to face with his greatest nemesis once.
Co-owner Sonny decides to open a second hotel whilst also preparing to get married but the arrival of a newcomer throws a spanner in the works.
A brutally emotive exploration of the real life characters that inspired Peter Pan & Alice in Wonderland, and the unhealthy relationships that emerged around them.
The Mercury Cinema has announced the return of their Summer Scoops program from 15 January, screening a specially curated selection of 11 films and documentaries from 2013 including five Adelaide premieres and four exclusive South Australia theatrical releases.
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.