From the Director of Moonlight, Barry Jenkins, If Beale Street Could Talk is a captivating story of love, heartache and enduring hope in the face of relentless adversity.
It is on the basis of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s actions delivered in such an inspiring and triumphant way that one can walk away from this film feeling like it is possible for the actions of a simple few to change the course of history.
International Short Film Festival, Flickerfest returns to Adelaide at the Mercury Cinema on Saturday 2nd February
Mary Queen of Scots is the new biopic following the story of Scotland’s last independent monarch, Mary Stuart, from the time of her return from France at 18 years old to the time of her execution just over 25 year later.
Green Book delivers a powerful story of courage, respect and friendship which speaks powerfully to our era, pushing a convincing case for understanding and compromise to prevail over mistrust and exclusion.
M. Night Shyamalan’s “Unbreakable” saga ends with mixed results.
DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ is certain to be a winner with its pre-high school holiday audience.
Aaron Nash sums up the world of cinema for 2018 for The Upside News, delivering his verdict on the top ten films released this year.
Mary Poppins Returns – a wonderful film for those who still have the power to suspend disbelief and accept that magic (and some gentle discipline!) still has its place in our seemingly rootless twenty first century world.
Supported by Alpha Box and Dice, Graduation opens Thursday 29 November upstairs at the Grace Emily at 6pm so get along and see for yourself the work of this legend in the making.