The South Australian Screen Awards (SASAs) nominees for the 16th annual have been announced.
If you like your films episodic, dark, quirky and delightfully peculiar, this one is for you.
Flickerfest returns to the Mercury Cinema on Saturday 28 March with its 2015 touring programme Short Films – Licensed To Thrill.
The Spanish Film Festival begins in May with a stellar lineup of films to showcase the cinema of Spain, Latin-America and beyond.
Adelaide writer David Paul Jobling is undertaking a task not many, it seems, have undertaken before him.
In every aspect of the performance, elements of the old and new are seamlessly brought together.
If you prefer films that are characterised by restraint, subtlety, and realism, then Three Hearts may not be to your taste…
Public Service Broadcasting is the corduroy-clad brainchild of London-based J. Willgoose, Esq (banjo, guitar, laptop and keyboards), working in cahoots with companion, Wrigglesworth (drums).
Nearly fifty fantastic features will be screening, many of those for the first time in this territory.
Jump on board this project to help the very talented Digby Webster and Ehsan Knopf finish their project which will allow some remarkable people to realise their dreams.