Edinburgh International Film Festival
The Edinburgh International Film Festival, the longest continuously run film festival in the world, takes place over a 12 day period at the end of June. The EIFF in 2014 will be the third year with artistic director Chris Fujiwara at the helm. He is widely credited with helping to restore the EIFF"s reputation in 2012, after a poorly received EIFF 2011.
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Tickets are available to Filmhouse Members only from 10am on Thursday 30 May. Tickets will then be on general release from 10am on Monday 3 June.
Tickets can be purchased online, by telephone on 0131 623 8030 or in person at Filmhouse, Cineworld, or Festival Theatre Edinburgh.
Launched in 1947, alongside the Edinburgh International Festival, the EIFF was one of the world's first international film festivals. Traditionally, the Edinburgh International Film Festival took place in August, at the same time as Edinburgh's various other August festivals. Former EIFF artistic director Hannah McGill, said the EIFF's move to June, was to give the Film Festival more "breathing space."