City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: film

The Railway Man Remembered

Eric Lomax, who wrote movingly about his experiences of being tortured as a Japanese POW and his subsequent reconcilation with one of his torturers, died on Monday at the age of 93.

Film of the Week: Surviving Progress

Surviving Progress promo

Surviving Progress, a Canadian documentary by Mathieu Roy and Harold Crooks (who will be attending the Filmhouse screening), provides a series of thought-provoking interviews with leading thinkers

Record Box Office at Edinburgh International Festival 2012

The Edinburgh International Festival, which ends tonight with the traditional, explosive finale of the

Video: Speed of Light time lapse

NVA's Speed of Light was a specially commissioned project that took place at the Edinburgh International Festival in 2012.

Film of the Week: Total Recall

Colin Farrell in Total Recall

Maybe I’m getting less critical as I get older and world-weary.

Video & transcript: Elisabeth Murdoch's MacTaggart Lecture

Below is the full transcript of the James MacTaggart Lecture, given by Elisabeth Murdoch, Chairman of Shine Group on Thursday 23rd August at the Edinburgh Te

London Philharmonic's Russian Bells Concert Cancelled

Usher Hall new wing

The Edinburgh International Festival has cancelled tonight's all-Russian concert by the London Philharmonic Orchestra after a power cut at the Usher Hall. The 1 hour 55 minute concert was due to start at 8pm, but around 20 minutes after 8pm waiting crowds who had been looking forward to the Russian bell themed concert learned that the concert was not to be.

Film of the Week: Ai Weiwei, Never Sorry

Ai Weiwei blogs with cat

It's easy to forget that many Chinese teenagers know nothing about the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989.

5 Fringe 2012 Promo Videos That Work

There's nothing like a memorable video to help make your show stand out from the crowd at Fringe time.

Watch Andy Murray In Wimbledon Final in 3D

Festival Square tennis

So Andy Murray made a little bit of tennis history with his (6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5) victory over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga yesterday. Murray became the first Brit to make the Wimbledon's men's singles final since Bunny Austin in 1938 (for the women we don't have to go so far back as Virginia Wade took the women's singles title in 1977).