Featuring around 30 movies over 3 weeks, the Italian Film Festival is screening 21 Sept to 12 Oct exclusively at the Palace Nova. Tickets are on sale now.
A young man in debt and failing his Uni degree is offered a way out by his professor. All he has to do is kill the professor, creating a dilemma for the man.
A loveable but difficult teenager tries to juggle his divorcing, ever-battling parents, creative ways to skip school, and help those he cares about.
Isla Bonita pushes the boundaries of conventional relationships, all set on a beautiful island. What could possibly go wrong with romance in the air?
A group of friends are invited to a luxurious, Tenerife villa to celebrate the 40th birthday of Elia, who just happens to have won 140 million Euros in lottery.
A few weeks in the life of a young, single mother, out of work, behind in rent, and living on odd jobs, garbage-picking and the generosity of her neighbour.
It's full-on pandemonium, glitz & fun when a TV network's annual New Year's Eve spectacular begins falling apart little more than a week after planning begins.
A banker dropping his kids off to school receives a call telling him there's a bomb in his car that will detonate unless he transfers a sum of money.
This seemingly standard, police-procedural/crime thriller is impossible not to be mesmerized by and never lets up the pace. Natalia Meta is a director to watch.
From riveting, political documentaries to hot-blooded romance, from rollicking comedies to sensitive dramas the AICE Israeli Film Festival presents the best of contemporary Israeli cinema to Australian audiences.
A high-stakes burglar, his techno-nerd sidekick & a seemingly hapless woman embark on a who’s-conning-who heist.
Blue Ruin is a gory thriller of a drifter who returns to his hometown to kill the man accused of murdering his parents.
No matter how silly this French farce is it was entertaining to watch Catherine Deneuve go tete a tete with Gerard Depardieu
Fashion, Photography, Integrity and how one man has combined all three with deserved accolades, now showing at the Palace following its debut at the Adelaide Film Festival 2011
Nicole Kidman is back in form in this moving tale of loss and grief
Even Clooney's charisma fails to ignite this slow and measured thriller.
This story is spellbinding and like no other vampire tale. A remake of the Swedish 2008 horror film Let the Right One In.
New Zealand box office sensation wins audience prize at the Melbourne International Film Festival
“Will you recognise your heart attack” is the latest public health education campaign, which will be released by the Heart Foundation on the 12th of September.