City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Film Festival


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

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

Edinburgh Film Festival 2013 Programme Revealed

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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.

EIFF 2013 Highlight Reel

A preview of some of the films that are going to be screening at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June.

EIFF Retrospectives: Richard Fleischer and Jean Grémillon

Long before NASA scientist James Hansen brought the spectre of climate change to the mainstream with

Not Another Happy Ending To Close EIFF 2013

Glasgow set romcom Not Another Happy Ending will close this June's Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Don Quixote! Don Quixote! Review

Don Quixote! Don Quixote! A scene

The existentialists have taken over the asylum as Panta Rei Theatre seeks to explore the boundaries of madness through the characters of Don Quixote and Hamlet.

Juana in a Million Review

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If your country was eating itself from the inside out, if your family were risking life and limb for a failing dream, if somebody offered you a way out, what would you do?

EIFF Director Chris Fujiwara Gets 3 Year Contract

EIFF Director Chris Fujiwara (Gomez Q&A)

After what was widely considered a much improved Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF), compared to the debacle last year, the festival announced today that its artistic director Chris Fujiwara will continue in his role for a further three years.