City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: film


Film Fest Industry Programme Features Piracy, Digital Distribution, Financing

Film festivals are not just about watching films.

Film Festival Quadruples Prize Money For Brit Filmmakers

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) have announced a substantial increase in award money for British Filmmakers and also announced the jury that will preside over the award this year.<

TV Fest Launches Viral Video Race

A short film contest was launched yesterday where the winner will be chosen simply by the number of views it can stack up.

James Bond Bound For Edinburgh

Casino Royale book cover

An exhibition that charts the development of Bond book artwork and design is coming to Edinburgh later this year. Bond Bound - Ian Fleming and the Art of Cover Design, which will be at the City Art Centre from the 5th July to September 14th, features book covers, film posters, letters and previously unseen archive material. Stretching back more than half a century, the covers provide revealing snapshots of shifting attitudes to sex, feminism and the changing international climate.

McLaren Animation Retrospective Comes to Edinburgh

The Stills Gallery will be hosting a retrospective screening, tomorrow at 7.30pm, of the work of acclaimed Scottish animator, Norman McLaren. Organised by Magic Lantern and The Drouth magazine, the screening was a sell-out in Glasgow.

Fast Filmmakers Under Starter's Orders on Friday

If you see a bunch of people running around frantically with a video camera this weekend, it's probably filmmakers taking part in the 48 Hour Film Project.

Edinburgh Film Festival Launches June Programme

Stone of Destiny - Still

The annual Edinburgh International Film Festival today announced the full programme of films for its new 10-day slot in June. Scottish and British filmmakers should be out in force with many of the cast and crew from the two British films that are bookending this year's fest expected to make it to Edinburgh.

EIFF's Under the Radar Celebrates the "Kitsch, Gory, Disturbing and Hilarious"

Alex Corr's Blood Car is a gory satire on oil consumption

The Edinburgh Film Festival (18-29 June 2008) has launched a small new strand of films which takes as its inspiration the work of cult filmmaker John Waters.

Time-lapse Brothers Release New Edinburgh Movie

The two brothers who had a YouTube hit with their time-lapse short film of Edinburgh entitled Koya Moments have released a new film using similar techniques to capture Edinburgh's

Documentaries Revealed For Edinburgh International Film Festival '08

Lynndie England – Private First Class 372nd MP Company

Edinburgh
International Film Festival artistic director Hannah McGill has announced that the fest will showcase twenty-two documentary
features this year.