Mercury Cinema is offering a rare opportunity to see influential Asian filmmaker Wong Kar Wai’s movies on the big screen with the week-long retrospective Love and Neon. Our reviewer soaked in the beauty of two of his signature films: In the Mood for Love and Chungking Express.
With cool, clear diction and delightful wit, Adelaide-based poet Jelena Dinić stands between cultures, between languages and between worlds, writing poems that meticulously explore the crafting of a new life from the bones of the old.
Paul Capsis revels in the challenge of singlehandedly bringing a multifaceted tale to life in this extraordinary adaptation of a literary classic.
New South Australian play Euphoria shines a light on the joys and trials of rural life with a potent combination of brilliant writing and superb stagecraft. It’s a stellar production on every level.
Filmed entirely in South Australia, this outrageously bloodthirsty adaptation of Mortal Kombat will likely delight fans of the video game.
Rita Papillo and Tracy Crisp both confront the challenges of middle-age in a fast-paced world in two brilliantly sharp-witted pieces at Holden Street Theatres.