Films from more than 40 countries will screen during October’s Adelaide Film Festival, with world premieres including a new film by My Tehran for Sale director Granaz Moussavi and a very personal documentary by Adelaide Fringe’s Heather Croall.
South Australians are being encouraged to celebrate nature through a new 10-day festival incorporating events such as ‘seed dating’, bush tucker experiences, guided walks and an after-dark event in the Adelaide Botanic Garden.
SALA Festival has announced its 2020 award winners and named Roy Ananda as the 2021 feature artist after this year’s event saw more than 668 exhibitions presented in venues across the state and online.
Almost 100 venues have already registered for next year’s Adelaide Fringe, with plans underway for COVID-safe events including open-air and promenade performances, says director and CEO Heather Croall.
The Adelaide Film Festival has announced the first five films in its October festival program – including powerful new Australian drama High Ground and a documentary about the renowned Bangarra Dance Theatre.
The South Australian Living Artists Festival has unveiled its 2020 poster ahead of the launch of a digital program featuring more than 300 exhibitions online and in spaces ranging from galleries, cafes and wineries to public parks, footpaths and windows.