The Adelaide Film Festival is coming to Port Adelaide Enfield- it's on in PAE!
Semaphore is home to the Odeon Star, a proud family owned business offering South Australians an authentic and quality movie-going experience at an affordable price. Tickets for the following three screenings are just $10. See www.adelaidefilmfestival.org
for further details.
LOOK BOTH WAYS (M) SATURDAY 13 OCT, 6PM
Special guests Justine Clarke & Bridget Ikin in conversation with Margaret Pomeranz.
On a hot, Adelaide weekend, four people touched by death and wracked by thoughts of disaster stumble their way in the direction of happiness. A celebrated Australian classic.
RAFIKI (15+) FRIDAY 19 OCT, 7PM
“May this film shout where voices have been silenced.” - Wanuri Kahiu
This effervescent romance was banned in its own country as it was being celebrated in Cannes. All the more reason to value a spirited tale of teenage first love made.
MADE IN SA SUNDAY 21 OCT, 4PM
A collection of shorts Made in SA, plus guests to be in attendance. Representing some of the best South Australian talent, this collection of short films is sure to make you laugh, keep you in suspense, and leave you inspired.
Laneway Cinema Party- (Port) Adl Film Festival SATURDAY 20 OCT, from 6.30pm
Celebrating the creative cluster of downtown Port Adelaide, ADL Film Fest is teaming up with Fontanelle, Mixed Creative and Port Community Arts Centre to turn Town Hall Laneway AKA Black Diamond Laneways into a cinema wonderland. Lighting up the screen will be a kaleidoscope of art and cinema plus tunes by DJ TR!P. The evening will include DJ TR!P presenting a live score to Raymond Longford’s 1918 classic The Woman Suffers plus short films and other screen wonders. Drinks and gastronomic delights will be available for purchase. Bring your dancing shoes.
$5 donation to the ADL Film Fest emerging curator fund.
Also, after sundown each night, the Town Hall wall, Commercial Road (North) will boast a street cinema showing short mini-docs and films that will enrich the passer by. Take the opportunity to take a stroll around Our Historic Port and see a free flick. See adelaidefilmfestival.org for further details.