City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Film


RSNO's The Music of John Williams, Usher Hall, Review

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The Usher Hall was full to hear a programme of high profile film scores written by John Williams.

Play Look Paint Shoot, manipulate Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

Two years ago, animator Ross Hogg was introduced to the manipulate Festival audience as a recent graduate from the Glasgow School of Art.

The RSNO Christmas Concert 2015: The Snowman, Usher Hall, Review

The RSNO Christmas Concert is a festive treat for all the family.

Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2015

The Edinburgh Short Film Festival brings the best in contemporary short form cinema to Scotland's ancient capital. The event starts on November 11th, screening 71 short films from 23 countries.

Asian Dub Foundation: THX 1138, Usher Hall, Review

George Lucas's 1971 feature debut THX 1138 has never felt more prescient in its depiction of a future dystopia in which the populace are kept as docile workers by a ruthless authority manifested as fa

Robert Louis Stevenson "Day" Not Just One But Five Days Now

RLS Day on 13 November 2015, Edinburgh’s annual celebration of one of its most famous authors Robert Louis Stevenson, is set for its largest programme yet

The Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival Returns for its Second Edition

Autumn treats lie ahead with the second edition of the Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival (ESFF) that will include 11 feature films, 5 documentaries, and 5 shorts.

EIFF 2015 Awards: Audience Award Goes to "Big Gold Dream"

Davy Henderson: Big Gold Dream

A locally made film that covers an unsung part of recent Scottish music history has won the coveted audience award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015.

Trailer: Big Gold Dream

Trailer for documentary Big Gold Dream which looks at the impact of Edinburgh's post-punk music scene.

The film won the Audience Award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015,

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015: Documentaries

Imagine Waking Up

With Crystal Moselle's brilliant but disturbing depiction of a uniquely 21st century family grouping The Wolfpack deservedly winning Best Document