This year's Adelaide Film Festival delivers a wealth of features, documentaries, shorts and VR, along with special events.
This feature's impact hits closer to the level of a tele-movie.
A fast-action, sci-fi, crime thriller.
This exciting, disability-led film and new media festival will run for two days in Angaston.
This light-hearted comedy will bring a smile to your face.
Event cinemas Glenelg, Marion and Adelaide city offer school-holiday screenings and activities.
Once again, Lavazzo Italian Film Festival brings us the best of Italian cinema and culture.
When Claudia's grandmother dies, she is convinced to put the body in her freezer to keep claiming the pension cheques, even as romance begins to blossom between her and a romantically hapless Tax Police officer.
Costume designer Wendy Cork talks about her latest project, Ladies in Black.
A quirky, fictional biopic of controversial billionaire, media mogul and four-time Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi.
An exhibition of stills from great Australia cinema, opens in conjunction with Adelaide Film Festival.
An easy, enjoyable watch.
The Insult does provide a worthwhile journey on its own relatively straightforward terms.
This visually stunning film poignantly tells the story of a raucous, bolshie creative genius.
When a teenage girl is caught kissing another girl at a high school dance, she is sent to gay conversion therapy but, while there, she starts to find a sense of belonging amongst others who struggling with their identity.
A beautifully put-together documentary about an enduring mystery.
For those who enjoy tortured romances set in attention-grabbing locations, this will be a winner.
This wonderful Australian film is there simply to be enjoyed.
Forty short stories retelling the original Star Wars film from the view point of other characters, from Stormtroopers and Sandpeople, to Aunt Beru and Obi-Wan at the moment of their deaths. Released for the 40th anniversary of the film.
This screening is highly recommended. Even traditionalists who hate operas being ‘modernised’ will be delighted.