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What are your top three Australian films?

Adelaide Film Festival has launched a national campaign asking people to nominate their top three Australian films – and for inspiration, it’s sharing the favourite films of industry identities including Hugo Weaving, George Miller, David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz.

Cabaret Festival

2018 Adelaide Cabaret Festival hub

Click here for all InDaily’s 2018 Adelaide Cabaret Festival stories, galleries and reviews.

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Cabaret Festival

Cabaret review: Very Strange Things

As intriguing as it can be to unravel the unexplained, it’s equally tempting to occasionally allow a little magic into our lives. Lawrence Leung’s Very Strange Things is a show for the mystery lover, the puzzle solver and those who fall somewhere in between.

Arts & Culture

Revisiting old friends at Colours of Impressionism

The Impressionist masterpieces from Paris’s Musée d’Orsay are like a window onto a past life for expat art historian Katherine Arguile. But seeing them anew at the Art Gallery of SA also makes her happier than ever to live in Adelaide.

Film reviews

Arts & Culture

Creative wares and whims

Adelaide designer Ebony Heidenreich likes pushing the boundaries of ceramic art and design, creating everything from tableware, furniture and earrings, to art pieces developed from waste materials.

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Off the Wall: Royal fever hits the gallery

Art is imitating life at the Art Gallery of South Australia with a new display of portraits and quirky caricatures of a ‘Windsor pair’ who, like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, were considered by some to be an unlikely match.

Off the Wall - Art Gallery treasures

Poet's Corner