City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: film


Enough Aready, Summerhall, Review

Francois Sarhan’s Enough Already is a theatrical revolution. In this multi-arts/media revelation, each one of the many art forms employed, down to the last detail, matters decisively.

Film of the Week: Gravity

Sandra Bullock in Gravity

This is not a film, it’s an experience and it doesn’t just live up to the hype but in some ways exceeds it.

Bon Anniversaire La Fete du Cinema!: The French Film Festival is 21 Years Old

Lola - starring Anouk Aimee (director Jacques Demy, 1961)

The French Film Festival UK (7 November to 7 December 2013) is celebrating its coming of age.

Trailer: Sunshine On Leith

The film adaptation of the popular musical (read reviews by Bill Dunlop, Gordon Clayton and

Edinburgh International Festival Box Office Drops 14%

Chinese Coriolanus

The Edinburgh International Festival comes to an end tonight with up to a quarter of a million people expected to watch the annual

EIFF 2013 Documentaries: “Natan” and Other Home Truths

Natan

If cinema really is, as Jean-Luc Godard said, truth at 24 frames per second, it becomes intriguing to discover films which seek to open up a discourse on the nature of fact versus fiction and how real

EIFF 2013 Documentaries: New Realities and The Last Station

Whereas once the Edinburgh International Film Festival had a separate strand for documentaries, they’re now spread far and wide across

Film Review: I Am Breathing

I Am Breathing still

From a quick perusal of this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival programme one spots there are at least four films whose titl

Just Just For Edinburgh's Festival of Spirituality & Peace 2013

Just Festival logoi

Edinburgh's Festival of Spirituality & Peace, now known by its shorter moniker Just Festival, is back this year from 2-26 August with 450

Edinburgh Film Festival 2013 Programme Revealed

Frances Ha still

The programme for the 67th Edinburgh International Film Festival (19-30 June) will showcase 146 features from 53 countries, including 14 World premieres, 6 International premieres and 10 European premieres.