This taut air-crash investigation thriller stars Pierre Niney.
Laure Calamy won the Cesar for best actress for her performance in this romantic comedy.
What better way to celebrate Bastille Day on July 14th than with the re-opening of the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival.
Adelaide's iconic Palace Nova cinemas reopen tomorrow with a fantastic selection of new and classic movies.
Once again the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival delivers a wealth of outstanding screen art.
This warm, funny and moving film tells the story of the first military wives choir.
This outstanding comedy from Spain is imbued with humanity and laughs aplenty.
This year sees the Spanish and Latino Film Festivals join together to bring the best of Spanish language cinema to Adelaide.
Robert Pattinson stars in this English-language sci-fi from French auteur, Claire Denis.
AgnèsJaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri, four time co-winners of the César Award for Best Writing and, co-winners of the 2004 Best Screenplay Award at the Cannes Film Festival, have released their latest co-written film, Place Publique. The film is set in the home of Nathalie, played by Léa Drucker, who upon moving to the countryside hosts […]
For those of you suffering arts-grief with the end of Fringe and Festival, do not despair! One of the highlights of the cinematic calendar, the French Film Festival, is set to open in Adelaide on March 21st.
Michael Caine hosts David Batty's documentary about the cultural changes wrought by the swinging 60s.
Lee directs with gentle, guiding hand, allowing his actors room to move, but keeping the work focussed and tight.
Palace Nova Eastend are throwing a party to celebrate the preview screening of Spike Lee's latest feature.
EXHIBITION ON SCREEN open its fifth season with Canaletto & the Art of Venice, an immersive journey into the life and art of Venice’s famous view-painter.
The German Film Festival 2018 opens tonight at Palace Nova Eastend, with Berentzen cocktails, live entertainment and German delicacies.
This is a work for lovers of Hockney, of art in general and of good documentaries. It is an astonishingly engaging piece of film.
The Spanish Film Festival opens this Thursday 26th, at Palace Nova Eastend, with a screening of the dance-comedy hit The Tribe, followed by an after-party complete with wine, tapas and entertainment.
This Mexican production examines the life and work of James Anado McLauchlin, an American ex-pat living in the town of San Miguel de Allende.
But don’t be fooled by the Englishness and gentleness: this is an intense, strong and somewhat harrowing tale.