City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Film Festival


Edinburgh International Film Festival Preview: Aristotle Recall

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The Greek philosopher, Aristotle, was no stranger to intrigue. Controversy and rumour weave seamlessly into a life story that also includes great works of poetry, tragedy and ethical musings.

Edinburgh International Film Festival Preview: What Should We Expect?

What should we expect from this years Film Festival?

Now that the dust has settled on the launch it seems appropriate to take stock.

Thumbs Up For Edinburgh International Film Festival Launch

Mullighan in the frame

In spite of prior rumblings and fears, this year's EIFF will be more accessible and vibrant in many ways than previous years

EIFF Opening Film: The Guard

The Guard (EIFF opener)

After the Edinburgh International Film Festival's struggle with financial problems and loss of key personnel over the last year, you can understand why they might want to open the festival with a comedy.

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

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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

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