Former Edinburgh International Film Festival curator Mark Cousins and Scottish actress Tilda Swinton (Narnia's ice queen) have sent out an open invitation to a special spontaneous, 4 minute dance event based on Laurel and Hardy's Way Out West dance (see video).
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Screenwriter and laddish, British author Nick Hornby will be the subject of an In-Person onstage interview at the Edinburgh International Film Festival on Thursday 17 June. It is one of three late additions to the film festival's programme.
The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) is partnering with Learning and Teaching Scotland to broadcast select Festival education events live to schools across Scotland via GLOW Meet, the world's first national intranet for education on Tuesday 22 June.
I knew I had to be somewhere yesterday morning as I flumped groggy eyed onto my hideously ugly and uncomfortable sofa and flipped on the daily propaganda and yes folks, David Laws is still resigned
The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) launched its programme on a damp Edinburgh morning with a line-up of films that ranges from an OTT, gunslinging comedy to a bloody, Edinburgh-set horror, from a documentary on Star Wars geekdom to a more high-brow conversation with a former Star Trek captain.
The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) will be celebrating Sir Sean Connery's 80th year, and his support as Patron since 1992, at a screening of John Huston’s 1975 colonial yarn The Man Who Would Be King.
The Edinburgh International Film Festival will promote Scottish producers at four International Festivals over the next year through their 2010 'Features Scotland' programme.
This year's retrospective at the Edinburgh International Film Festival will screen neglected British films from the Sixties and Seventies.
Toy Story 3 is to have a 3D Gala screening at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival on Saturday 19 June, the film's first UK screening in 3D, after it opens in the United States the previous day.
It's thoroughly fitting that an Edinburgh-set, Edinburgh-made film should open the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2010