When autobiographer Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) finds her latest work isn’t selling and she also loses her day job, things seem pretty tough. There is a way out but it requires her to reimagine herself, and more darkly than she had expected.
British performance artist Sue Austin’s ‘underwater ballet’ at the Adelaide Aquatic Centre is not just visually mesmerising, it also encourages a shift in the way we view disability, writes Heather Taylor Johnson.
Cast and crew members were among guests at the Australian premiere at GU Film House of director Jennifer Kent’s new period thriller The Nightingale, screening as part of the Adelaide Film Festival.
A riveting look at the audacity of man, National Geographic’s Free Solo follows climber Alex Honnold’s mission to scale the sheer granite face of the 914m-high El Capitan Wall in Yosemite. Alone. With no ropes or safety gear.
The gentle humour and quiet melancholy of Benedikt Erlingsson’s quirky Icelandic saga belies the fierceness of its environmental message.
She Who Must Be Loved, a documentary about Aboriginal media pioneer Freda Glynn, had its Australian premiere at GU Film House in Hindley Street on Saturday as part of the 2018 Adelaide Film Festival.
Virtual reality is gaining an increasing foothold in the Adelaide Film Festival program, with this year’s exciting line-up of works reflecting artists’ and filmmakers’ creative use of the technology to tell a wide range of stories.
A major exhibition in Adelaide showcasing more than 280 film stills, costumes and casting books testifies to the dramatic transformations that have taken place in Australian society over the past century, writes Christine Judith Nicholls.