This refreshing and beautiful Oscar-nominated film presents a very non-Dickensian take on the orphanage experience, writes Heather Taylor Johnson.
Described as the first fully painted feature film, Loving Vincent is an innovative exploration of the life and death of one of the most celebrated painters of all time.
What begins as a holiday romance quickly turns into a tense, claustrophobic thriller in this Australian film set in crumbling Berlin and starring Adelaide actress Teresa Palmer.
It’s time to put on your dancing shoes, kids, and bust a move. ★★★★
Discomfort and curiosity fuel the audience in MDLSX, an intelligent and rousing punk theatre monologue of one person’s story of being born a girl and reborn a boy.
This Adelaide Festival exclusive is a chance to get to know three prominent Asian-Australians who’ve made a cultural difference in this state, writes reviewer Heather Taylor Johnson.