City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Film Festival

Film Festival Freebies and Competitions

I'm usually one of the last people to find out about film festival freebies and competitions, but if you haven't had your head stuck in the film festival these last few days then here's a couple of

EIFF 2012 Blog: 3 Films and An Event for the Diary

Toby Jones in Berberian Sound Studio

Wasn't it a good idea to bring back the Michael Powell award? Or rather a bad idea to axe the competition in the first place. Here's three strong contenders for EIFF 2012's mantle of “Best British Feature”.

Video: Why 'Grabbers' Actors Had to Drink on the Job

Actors Richard Coyle and Ruth Bradley talk about their preparations for the "romantic horror-comedy" featuring an alien bloody-sucking monster in Grabbers, including why the director was so pissed he could hardly work his camera.

Killer Joe Review

Killer Joe (opening film at EIFF 2012)

On just its first day, the 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival has swept away some of the sour memories of last year’s lambasted damp squib

Video: Killer Joe Gala Launches Edinburgh Film Festival

The Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012 got off to a strong start with a red carpet premiere for

Free Movies at Cinema Under the Stars - Bring Brolly

Toy Story 3

Pity the Edinburgh International Film Festival programmer who put together the series of free, outooor screenings of popular films on the especially

Juries For EIFF Awards & 2 New In Person Events Announced

EIFF 2012: Day of the Flowers

One of the key ingredients for the Edinburgh International Film Festival's anticipated return to form this year will be the re-introduction of awards.

Oscar-winning Cameraman Added To Industry Events at EIFF

Chris Menges, the Oscar-winning cinematographer of The Mission and The Killing Fields will be appearing at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, ope

Spotlight Director Pulls Out of EIFF

Tetsuo II Bodyhammer - Girl and matrix

Japanese sci-fi horror director Shinya Tsukamoto will not be attending the screening of three of his films, showing as part of a special "Spotlight" of his work at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Edinburgh Film Festival Unveils 2012 Programme

Tetsuo II Bodyhammer

Tickets go on sale this morning for next month's Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF). The festival programme, launched yesterday, is the first to be curated by new artistic director Chris Fujiwara.