City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Film Festival


Film Fest in the City

The Edinburgh International Film Festival returns with 3 days of free, outdoor screenings in St Andrew Square gardens.

Edinburgh International Film Festival

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The Edinburgh International Film Festival, the longest continuously run film festival in the world, takes place over a 12 day period in the second half of June and early July. The festival's artistic director is Mark Adams.

Edinburgh Film Festival Launches Varied Programme For 2017

EIFF director Mark Adams

Kevin Bacon, Oliver Stone, Kyra Sedgwick, and Stanley Tucci are among guests lined up for the 71st Edinburgh International Film Festival next m

Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2016

The Edinburgh Short Film Festival, Edinburgh's accessible, friendly & eclectic short film festival, launches soon!

Take One Action Film Festival

Take One Action - the UK's first major activist film festival - debuted in 2008.

Film Review: Neither Wolf Nor Dog

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Scottish director Steven Lewis Simpson is no stranger to either the source material for his latest feature nor the guerrilla film making techniques he's deployed to bring it to life.

Personal Reflections on Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016

Regrouping

In Lizzie Borden's experimental feature “Regrouping”, first screened at EIFF in 1976 and shown again this year in the Black Box strand of the festival in acknowledgement of its own 40th anniversary as

Pikadero, Suntan and Shadow World Win EIFF Awards

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Deadpan, romantic comedy Pikadero, by Edinburgh-born filmmaker Ben Sharrock, has won this year's prestigious Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film at the

Film Review: Diving Into the Unknown (Takaisin pintaan)

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The Finns are on a roll, after Cheer Up and War and Peace of Mind, here's yet another great documentary about an extraordinary series of events that unfolded two years ago underneath the frozen Norweg

Film Review: Cheer Up

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'I wanted to make an Ingmar Bergman film about and for teenagers' joked Canadian director Christy Garland during the Q&A that followed the first UK screening last night.