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Adelaide Film Festival goes annual

The biennial Adelaide Film Festival will be held annually from October, kicking off with the world premiere of a film about homegrown Adelaide rock band The Angels.


The trouble with Amazon and a one-click world

Amazon’s role in exacerbating America’s social divisions was highlighted in a real-life dystopia described by US author Alec MacGillis at Adelaide Writers’ Week, while Irish writer Colm Tóibín gave an insight into the story behind his epic novel The Magician.

Commentary Commentary

Metrics rule in the cultural Hunger Games

Two press conferences held within hours of each other on the first day of the Adelaide Fringe have been widely commented on in the local media. However, beneath the sensationalist headlines lie two issues: how do we value arts and culture, and how do we make arts and cultural policy?

Visual Art

Free/State: The 2022 Adelaide Biennial sets sail

Billowing brightly-coloured sails suspended from the façade of the Art Gallery of SA herald the opening today of the 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Free/State ­– a showcase of work by 25 leading contemporary artists from across the country.