This very popular film festival has been extended over the coming weekend, with extra screenings of some of the best films.
A young soccer player studies, works and cares for his mentally unwell mother, whilst trying to hold the family together.
A gut-wrenching portrait of the life a young woman, caught up in the Camorra's child-trafficking business just outside Naples.
A young, troubled soccer player is forced to pass his high school exams, or he won't be allowed to play.
Italian-Bangladeshi director Phaim Bhuiyan's feature debut
This year's Lavazza Italian Film Festival features a stunning selection of comedies, dramas, documentaries and retrospectives.
A work of noble intentions that promises far more than it actually achieves.
This feature's impact hits closer to the level of a tele-movie.
This light-hearted comedy will bring a smile to your face.
One of the highlights of this year's Lavazza Italian Film Festival is Edoardo De Angelis's faultless and beautiful film about co-joined twins.
International star, Greta Scacchi is the ambassador for this year's Lavazza Italian Film Festival, and is also appearing in one of the films, La Tenerezza.
The Lavazza Italian Film Festival is coming to Adelaide and mamma mia (!) you won't want to miss it...
The Lithium Conspiracy is an interesting take on the thriller format which should appeal to fans of tense thrillers.
The Lavazza Italian Film Festival is back in Adelaide and in it's eleventh year, still strives to bring the passion of Italy to the Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas. With a schedule that is full of emerging Italian films and reminiscent of a great Italian night out, the Lavazza Italian Film Festival is a must - attend for every film buff.