October 25, 2018 |

‘Hotel Mumbai’ Wins Best Film In The Rising Sun Pictures Audience Awards At ADLFF!

Best Doc: She Who Must Be Loved & Best Short: The Art of the Game Three Adelaide Film Festival FUND projects have picked up top prize in the Rising Sun Pictures Audience Awards at the 2018 ADL Film Fest. Best Film, 2018 ADL Film Fest: Hotel Mumbai Hotel Mumbai tells the astonishing story of those… More

October 20, 2018 |

Extra Screenings Announced! The Nightingale, I Am Mother, ROMA & More

On the heels of our Competition Awards being announced last night and 69 sold-out screenings so far – including ADLFF Fund films Hotel Mumbai, The Nightingale, I Am Mother, She Who Must Be Loved and Art on Screen plus other sold-out highlights including the Australian Premieres of Beautiful Boy, Emu Runner, Free Solo, the world premiere of Love in the Time of Antidepressants,… More

October 20, 2018 |

Meet ‘I Am Mother’ Star Clara Rugaard

Grant Sputore’s I Am Mother is coming to Adelaide Film Festival in October, and we couldn’t be more excited. The science-fiction thriller follows a teenage girl (played by Clara Rugaard) who is raised underground by a robot called “Mother” with the purpose of repopulating the planet after an extinction-level event. But the arrival of a… More

October 19, 2018 |

“This idea that a biography can be objective is, I think, completely false.” Thomas M. Wright Talks ‘Acute Misfortune’

Thomas M. Wright “I didn’t want to make a film that existed in this traditional mould of dark Australian cinema: where it’s really grainy, low-lit, the colours are really muted, and there’s these electric guitars grinding away in the background. It’s like you take the audience and shove their head underwater for an hour and a… More

October 16, 2018 |

$50,000 In Prizes Awarded At Adelaide Film Festival Ceremony

Kamila Andini’s magical Bali-set feature fiction film The Seen and Unseen, feature documentary from Christmas Island Island of the Hungry Ghosts and Australian real time interactive VR The Unknown Patient are the big winners of the ADL Film Fest competitions in 2018, in what is a very strong showing for Australia in the international competitions. Together… More

October 15, 2018 |

Five Of Benjamin Law’s Best Tweets This Year

Benjamin Law is one of Australia’s funniest and unique comedians. In addition to his incredible stand-up comedy, Law has written for over 50 publications in Australia and beyond. And, since January of 2016, Law has worked on SBS’ adaptation of his 2010 book of the same name, The Family Law. While Law’s writing and stand-up are… More

October 14, 2018 |

These Films At ADLFF Will Inspire You To #SparkkeChange

Social equity, inclusion, individuality and – in their words – ‘raw truth’ is what the female-led social enterprise Sparkke Change Beverage Company stands for. Those ideals also inform the work of many filmmakers around the world, and at this year’s Adelaide Film Festival, we’re screening more than a handful of films with a social conscience. “Film… More

October 14, 2018 |

Meet #NotTheRealMargaretAndDavid At This Very Special Quiz Night

The Ultimate Quiz Night returns! Co-hosted by not the real Margaret and David (Adelaide’s party liaisons, Mark Kamleh and Courtney Duka), with special Adelaide Film Festival guests. This is a fundraiser for the Adelaide Film Festival Emerging Curators program and as our guest you’ll receive: A bloody good quiz night One drink on arrival Delicious food and… More

October 12, 2018 |

A Look Back At The Work Of Radha Mitchell, Star of ‘Celeste’

Radha Mitchell is one of Australia’s most recognisable faces. She’s starred opposite Hollywood superstars like Denzel Washington, Vin Diesel, Kate Winslet and Johnny Depp. Before the South Australian Premiere of her latest film, Celeste, we thought it would be fitting to explore five of her most memorable performances. Silent Hill Opposite Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings),… More

October 9, 2018 |

New Haruki Murakami Adaptation ‘Burning’ Is A Feverish Psychological Thriller

South Korean auteur Lee Chang-dong’s first film in eight years is an unconventional thriller based on Haruki Murakami’s Barn Burning, a 1992 work from short story collection The Elephant Vanishes. It’s a dark and brooding tale, and it recently won the FIPRESCI prize at Cannes (and the highest acclaim ever recorded by the Screen International… More