This year’s South Australian Screen Awards (SASA) will mark 15 years of quality film-making in the state.
Wes Anderson's follow-up to Moonrise Kingdom, The Grand Budapest Hotel is even better and more ambitious with continuing themes of friendship, loyalty, honour and love accompanied by a lovely tone…
Keir Dullea talks to The Adelaide Review ahead of his one-off Q&A appearance at the Capri cinema.
J.C. Chandor is driving home in New York City while talking on his mobile during the following interview and he winningly begins by explaining just how lucky he is
DocWeek launches tonight with the Australian premiere of Gracie Otto’s The Last Impresario and Alex Gibney’s latest The Armstrong Lie, two of DocWeek’s must-see documentaries.
Director Steve McQueen discusses his third feature film, 12 Years A Slave.
South Australian writer, director and producer Craig Lahiff died on Sunday, February 2 aged 66.
Fresh from winning Sundance's World Cinema Dramatic Directing Award for the film 52 Tuesdays, Sophie Hyde tells The Adelaide Review about the win and her Sundance experience.
Local director Ashlee Page says winning a Sundance award is a “dream come true”.
A passionate and fun look at the gender politics of the 1970s framed through the most famous tennis match of all time.
Ben’s Walter works in the lower photographic departments of Life magazine in New York. His everyday life is so dull that he often daydreams or ‘vagues out’, and we see…