From the heavy hitter of French New Wave cinema, François Truffaut, this is one of the highlight retrospective pieces of this year's French Film Festival.
During the 16th century, Michael Kohlhaas is a horse-trader fighting for justice against a local land Baron who has repeatedly cheated him.
Preparing an undercover sting to entrap a corrupt tycoon, a spy soon comes to realise how it feels to become an unwitting player in a game of double-cross.
Suffering a nervous breakdown, famed sculptress Claudel must plead for her sanity after being confined to an asylum.
This absorbing film examines reconciling the past & moving on as two aimless wanderers through life learn to confront their old regrets so can they truly thrive.
It Boy follows the usual pattern of romantic comedies but stays fresh with its amiable nature when a women meets a 20 year old guy.
Strange & surreal, Foot is a new breed of comic who asks his audience to follow him as he weaves intricate tales that don't always have a traditional punchline.
Adam Rozenbachs’ plan was to take his Dad to Europe for 3 weeks to explore his German heritage and see the sights, but we all know about the best laid plans…
Australia’s most glamorous film event, the Alliance Française French Film Festival, is returning to Adelaide for its 25th season from 20 March 2014.
During Le Week-end, Jim Broadbent’s character remarks that if you truly love someone, then you like and hate something about them every five minutes. This insightful piece of homespun wisdom basically sums up this romantic comedy for elders.
A bomb explodes in a Central London market, killing 120 people but there is more to the terrorism case than meets the eye in this slick thriller by Steven Knight.
Private Peaceful is a look at the injustices of war. Not only does this reflect the battles that two brothers face but also their treatment as soldiers.
Living in the violent world of 1970’s Belfast, Terri Hooley opened his own record store, Good Vibrations, and introduced many music styles to an uninformed public.
The Lithium Conspiracy is an interesting take on the thriller format which should appeal to fans of tense thrillers.
Some of the most creative animators from around the world are showcased in Animation Is My Drug, an hour-and-a-half long collection of incredible animated shorts.
Opera from the Royal Opera in Covent Garden captured live and screened around the world into a cinema near you. What an age we live in! It has everything: glorious music, superlative singing, epic scenery, lighting and colour, costumes, big casts and larger than life plots.
The inaugural British Film Festival comes to Adelaide this November, celebrating one of the world’s most illustrious and established cinema industries. The exceptional program includes contemporary and classic films.
If all of the other Spanish films are as good as this irresistibly funny opening night comedy, the 2013 Spanish Film Festival is going to be a very successful one!
The 16th Spanish Film Festival bursts onto screen with one of the most star-studded and talented casts assembled in modern Spanish cinema.
Presenting a wonderfully audacious collection of contemporary German cinema, the 12th annual Audi Festival of German Films at Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas, 8-13 May 2013, celebrates the rich diversity of one of Europe’s most dynamic and creatively renowned cultures.