City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh Film Festival


Disney's Brave To Close Edinburgh Film Festival 2012

Brave - Merida fires arrow

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.

Video: Brave Trailer

The trailer - trailer number 3 - for Disney-Pixar's Brave which is the EIFF 2012 closing film.

Edinburgh’s Festivals Get Government Funding Boost

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

Edinburgh Film Festival Brings Back Its Awards

Somers Town Wins Michael Powell Award

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

EIFF Announces 2012 Dates

EIFF 2011 Opening Night

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 Edinburgh Film Festival Director Is Journo Chris Fujiwara

Chris Fujiwara

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

Edinburgh Film Festival Down But Not Out

Ceilidh at EIFF 2011

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.

EIFF 2011 Blog w/ The Divide director Xavier Gens

The Divide

The other stand-out piece for me at this year’s festival was the grim post-apocalyptic movie by French director Xavier Gens, The Divide.

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011: Documentary

Bobby Fischer Against The World

For all its flaws, the Edinburgh Film Festival, which ends tomorrow, has presented a fine selection of documentaries from around the globe, possibly fostered by new connections with Sheffield’s much acclaimed documentary festival. They’ve ranged from inspired and thought-provoking all the way down to practically unwatchable.