War and heroism were the themes of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s sixth Master Series concert of the year, which culminated with an enthralling showcase performance of Beethoven’s Third Symphony.
Five years after The Fast and the Furious star Paul Walker was killed in a car crash, this new feature-length documentary sheds light on the actor’s private life and his difficult relationship with Hollywood.
With Rowan Atkinson comedy and James Bond action, Johnny English Strikes Again reminds us of all there is to love, or not love, about the parody spy series.
Adelaide Film Festival artistic director and CEO Amanda Duthie will step down from her role after next month’s festival to take up a new position with the South Australian Film Corporation.
This week’s Poet’s Corner contribution comes from Neil Orr of Sydney.
Media artist Grayson Cooke uses satellite data to produce beautifully surreal images of Australian landforms, with his latest video project to be screened at next month’s Spectra Art + Science event in Adelaide.
Adelaide’s historic Queen’s Theatre will take on the feeling of a bombed-out Berlin warehouse or derelict church in a bold restaging of Stephen Sewell’s Welcome the Bright World – a play that remains surprisingly relevant in today’s political climate.
Watching live musicians play any movie score is a rare treat. Watching Adelaide’s own symphony orchestra performing one of the most famous film scores ever – from the first Star Wars – is pretty special indeed.
With its laidback soundtrack and gentle, no-frills plot about an unlikely songwriting duo, Hearts Beat Loud is easy on the eyes, ears and brain.
Filmmakers Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui’s stylish mosaic of a documentary illuminates the life of the controversial and troubled British fashion genius Alexander McQueen.
In what’s been described as a major coup for South Australia following the record-breaking Colours of Impressionism exhibition, leading contemporary artist Chiharu Shiota is presenting three major projects at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Adelaide retains a resilient cluster of colourful second-hand and antiquarian booksellers who, driven by a labour of literary love, have defied the contemporary threats to the industry. And their stories suggest the printed book is far from dead.