\If you are interested in Japanese films, there’s a great opportunity for you to volunteer at the upcoming Japanese Film Festival (in November). You get a free t-shirt, and free entry to some films for volunteering. Tonight at midnight is the deadline for registering!
When: 23 September – 8 November (pre-Festival), and 9 – 11 November […]
Scinema is the largest science film festival in the southern hemisphere showcasing the best in science cinema from around the world. See the winners of this year’s festival in one evening, on Thursday 31 May.
When: Thursdfay 31 May, 6.30pm
Where: Palace Nova cinema
How much: $20
More info: See the website
The German Film Festival, which runs from 30 May – 10 June, showcases the best cinematic talent Germany has to offer across 26 movies. If you have an interest in Germany (or if you’re from Germany and are feeling homesick), it looks like fun!
When: 30 May – 10 June 2018
Where: Palace Nova cinema, Adelaide
How much: […]
The Spanish Film Festival, which runs from April 26 – May 13, brings you 25 transporting films as part of a curated program celebrating the culture and cinema of Spain. Great for Spanish-learners to check out!
When: Thursday April 26 – Sunday May 13
Where: Palace Nova cinemas
How much: $15-$25 (depending on film)
More info: See the Palace Nova website
The Alliance Française 2018 French Film Festival begins tomorrow night (Thursday 22) with probably the most French-titled film possible, C’est La Vie. There’s a program of many different films – check out the website for schedule and ticket price details.
When: 22 March – 15 April
Where: Various cinemas
How much: Ticket prices vary, $18 – $60+
More info: See the website
The Japanese Film Festival returns to Adelaide with a line-up of the very best of fresh and classic Japanese cinema, as part of a huge national tour. There are many different films being shown over the weekend, so be sure to check the schedule in advance.
From the organisers:The 2017 Festival will present the most exciting […]
The Adelaide Film Festival returns this year with movie called Ali’s Wedding. It’s a romantic comedy film set in Melbourne, depicting the lives of Muslim Australians.
Meet Ali, the charming son of a Muslim cleric who despite the best of intentions, just can’t seem to make the right life choices.
Ali dreams big – he wants to be with […]
“The Japanese Film Festival is back with more films this year that range from thriller, comedy, romance, documentary, horror, animation to live-action. Don’t worry if you missed the first weekend, there’s still one more weekend left~!
The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) is at Mercury Cinema, 13 Morphett Street, 28-30 October 2016, various times!
The remaining run […]
Australia’s International Film Festival – for Kids
Adelaide City Council present and invite you for the “Little Big Shots”; Australia’s International Film Festival for kids in Adelaide.
There will be a festival atmosphere with entertainment before and after each film session (approx. 60 minutes long) with local youth circus performance. You will have the chance to vote […]
Becker Film Group are releasing action-crime drama KIDNAPPING MR. HEINEKEN, in cinemas nationally on March 12. You can view the trailer here.
To celebrate the release of the film, the Becker Film Group are holding an Adelaide Premiere, screening tonight – Wed11 March 2015, 6.30 p.m. @ Trak Cinema, 375 Greenhill Road, Toorak Gardens, SA –
To purchase tickets […]