Edinburgh Film Festival

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.

William Friedkin’s controversial Texan trailertrash thriller Killer Joe will open this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival (20 June to 1 July 2012), before opening nationwide on 29 June.

This year's Edinburgh International Film Festival (20 June to 1 July) will screen a Retrospective of Japanese director Shinji Somai.

The films of Somai (1948-2001) are little known outside of Japan and many of the films showing in the retrospective will be having their first UK screening. Several will be having European premieres at the EIFF.

Calling independent documentary filmmakers: the Scottish Documentary Institute is looking for 12 projects to host at the Edinburgh Pitch, a 3-day workshop where participants learn about TV commissi

The Edinburgh International Film Festival got a welcome boost today with the announcement that Disney-Pixar’s feature animation “Brave” will close the 2012 festival. It will be Brave's European premiere.

Edinburgh's Festivals have received a funding boost, it was announced on Thursday as an ambitious programm

The Edinburgh International Film Festival is reinstating its major awards, jetisonned from last year's festival.

The Edinburgh International Film Festival made its 2012 dates official yesterday. As incoming EIFF director Chris Fujiwara told EdinburghGuide.com last month, the festival will not be moving back to August this year, but will run again in June (20 June to 1 July 2012).

New artistic director says EIFF dates "likely" to stay in June

There were some memorable moments, but the Edinburgh Film Festival 2011 was generally a lacklustre, disappointing affair, that looked like it was cobbled together at the last minute.