City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Film


Edinburgh International Film Festival

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The Edinburgh International Film Festival, the longest continuously run film festival in the world, takes place over a 12 day period in the second half of June and early July. The festival's artistic director is Mark Adams.

Edinburgh Film Festival Launches Varied Programme For 2017

EIFF director Mark Adams

Kevin Bacon, Oliver Stone, Kyra Sedgwick, and Stanley Tucci are among guests lined up for the 71st Edinburgh International Film Festival next m

Falling Dreams, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Het Filiaal theatermakers from Utrecht present Falling Dreams, a performance that mixes narrative with music and exciting visual effects to open up a whole new world of creative, multi-facete

LeithLate Announces Dates For 2017 Festival

LeithLate, that originated as a one-night event back in 2011, is still going strong 6 years later and now announces its dates for LeithLate17.

10 Years: manipulate Animation Programme 2, Traverse Theatre, Review

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In celebration of manipulate’s 10th anniversary, the best animated shorts shown at the Festival over the last decade have been rescreened this week in two separate programmes.

Edinburgh Fringe 2017

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The Edinburgh International Festival may have come first, but generally it's the Fringe that Edinburgh is best-known for. There's really nothing quite like it - "the largest show on Earth".

The stats bear that out: 2016 saw 50,266 performances of 3,269 shows from 48 countries in 294 venues across Scotland’s capital city. It's a sprawling, anarchic, sleepless month of live performances. There are 643 free shows and 164 pay what you want shows at the 2016 Fringe.

10 Years: manipulate Animation Programme 1, Traverse Theatre, Review

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The manipulate Festival is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a rescreening of some of the best animated shorts from the last decade.

Beam Theatre Presents Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men

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Beam Theatre presents Aaron Sorkin’s breakthrough stage production, A Few Good Men at Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh, 8-11 February.

Glasgow Film Festival Announces Opening and Closing Films

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The European Premiere of coming-of-age story "Handsome Devil" will open the thirteenth annual Glasgow Film Festival, this year running 15th to

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow's annual international film festival launched in 2005 goes from strength to strength each year.