City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Film Festival


Getting Ready For EIFF Programme Launch

Promo image for the EIFF 2011

The 65th Edinburgh International Film Festival draws ever closer, with the programme launch this Tuesday and the EIFF itself starting in a month. So what should we expect from the much discussed, but still uncertain "ambitious transformation" of the festival?

Dead By Dawn Film Festival

What was started in 1993 by Dead by Dawn festival director Adele Hartley as a response to a dare has developed into a regular slot in the Edinburgh film festival calendar.

Tilda Swinton Parting EIFF Was "Misreported" Says Film Fest Director

Swinton and Cousins

Edinburgh Film Festival director James Mullighan has rebutted recent media reports suggesting Mark Cousins, Linda Myles, and Tilda Swinton have "parted company" with the film festival and that the festival is running months behind schedule

New Europe Film Festival

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The European Film Festival 2011 is a seasonal fest of 11 films showing at Edinburgh Filmhouse.

Edinburgh's Festivals Share £2 million Expo Funding

Laying first marble step at the Martin Creed Scotsman Steps

Edinburgh's Festivals will share £2 million from the Scottish Government to showcase Scottish cultural and creative talent.

Why the Old Odeon Needs to Become the New Victoria

Odeon Clerk St

The old Odeon Cinema on Clerk Street has been boarded up for years. Campaigners say it should be, and it can be, saved.

Audience Award Sponsor Pulling Out of Edinburgh Film Festival

Aaron Schneider receives the 2010 Standard Life Audience Award for his black comedy "Get Low"

The Edinburgh Film Festival is truly getting a big shake-up whether it likes it or not. We knew funding would be an issue this year following the loss of a £1.9 million three-year grant from the UK Film Council.

Seeking Inspiration From Edinburgh On Film

The Illusionist George Street

The end of the year is approaching and the Filmhouse is hosting a season of films featuring Edinburgh as part of the Hogmanay festivities.

Edinburgh Film Festival Plans "Radical New Approach"

Tilda Swinton and Mark Cousins

Gavin Miller, CEO for the Centre for the Moving Image (CMI), announced "a radical new approach" for next year's Edinburgh International Film Festival today. The EIFF, which takes place from 15 - 26 June, also announced that James Mullighan will replace EIFF artistic director Hannah McGill to produce the 65th festival's programme.

Preview: French Film Festival 2010

Imogene

The FFF opening at Edinburgh Filmhouse on 11 November for its 18th season seems bigger bolder and brighter than ever, with screenings of a selecti