The 30th International Short Film Festival is on its National tour from February - October 2021.
This fundraising event will feature Kevin Kopfstein's ‘spellbinding’ magic show, with all proceeds going to the Leukemia Foundation.
Mercury CX––the combination of Mercury Cinema, a unique lounge bar and creative workspaces––will bring Fringe Fest to the West.
Multi-award winning movie Girls Always Happy starring long time actress and producer Nai An and rising star Yang Mingming takes a comedic glimpse at the complexities of an interdependent mother and daughter relationship. It is set in the Hutong province of China.
Sulieman Mountain is a potently comic, gritty, gripping cinematic metaphor exploring experiences of profound dislocation between authentic local Kyrgyzstan culture and overbearing demands of modern globalism.
For those wanting something different and outside their comfort zone, this package is the perfect choice.
It is definitely worthwhile digging into the buffet of world-class short films gracing our screens at this year’s Adelaide Film Festival.
This year's Adelaide Film Festival delivers a wealth of features, documentaries, shorts and VR, along with special events.
Wayne Groom and Carolyn Bilsborow's latest documentary looks at the enduring mystery of the unidentified man found dead on Somerton Beach in 48.
Mercury Cinema once again plays host to Adelaide Cinematheque.
This is a slower-paced documentary, but considering its gently nurturing subject matter, it appears well suited.
SuperSapiens will leave its audience in contemplation about humankind’s future and what sort of world we may be creating.
The Last Goldfish is a film that details Su Goldfish’s search for her roots. It is at once a celebration of life, a grief for loss and a story of family.
A teenager leaves his family farm to take up work at a construction site on Diamond Island in the city of Phnom Penh where he discovers his estranged brother.
A disenchanted man and his elephant begin a road trip on foot from Bangkok to their childhood home in the Loei Province in northern Thailand.
The world-changing environmental and social impact film festival returns to Adelaide across three locations from 19 May for ten inspiring days of documentaries.
The nominees for the 19th annual South Australian Screen Awards (SASA) have been announced.
The 20th annual Japanese Film Festival opened in Adelaide on Friday night with a celebratory Reception at the Mercury Cinema and Glam Adelaide was there!
A group of friends try to start a competitive Karuta Club in their high school, with dreams of winning the national competition of the traditional card game.
A small black kitten gets lost hundreds of kilometres from home, where a tough stray cat takes him under his wing and begins teaching him how to survive.