The 2023 Adelaide Film Festival has officially closed with a 13 per cent increase in box office sales over last year, as shooting begins in SA on a new movie starring Marta Dusseldorp that will have its Australian premiere at the 2024 festival.
The power of the musical brain is explored in this new Scott Hicks film bringing together musicians David Helfgott, Ben Folds, Daniel Johns and Simon Tedeschi.
SA arts & culture news in brief: A new book highlights the importance of small music venues, Film Festival announces encore screenings, cultural policy and labour rights for artists on symposium agenda, and UKARIA announces upcoming season.
Another pair of Australian filmmaking brothers has come up with a smart and funny horror movie – this one set in the world of late-night talk shows.
This controversial documentary tells the story of a bleak yet important chapter in Indonesia’s history.
South Australian screen projects being presented in this year’s Adelaide Film Festival include a murder documentary, a low-budget horror feature and a feminist revenge fable about domestic violence.
This delightfully mad Frankenstein tale combines Victorian melodrama with comic flair, visual magnificence and deep philosophical thinking.
The 2023 Adelaide Film Festival has opened with a gem of a story which unfolds in an atmosphere filled with dread that falls just shy of horror.
Adelaide Film Festival opening night movie The Royal Hotel turns a #MeToo lens on two backpackers working behind a bar in an outback town, with director Kitty Green saying she wanted to explore a kind of behaviour that can spiral out of control.