City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Film


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.

Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival

The Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival is an independent film festival screening some of the latest films for outdoor enthusiasts, whether they are climbers, skiers or snowboarders, kayakers, BASE jumpers or explorers.

Festival Theatre Edinburgh Hosts Banff Mountain Film Festival 2016

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The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is back as part of its biggest ever UK and Ireland tour featuring nearly 100 screenings at over 50 venues.

manipulate Visual Theatre Festival 2017

Celebrating all things theatrically visual, manipulate is back again next January for its 10th year, with Edinburgh folk able to catch performances and workshops at both the Traverse Theatre

Hidden Door Festival To Revitalise Leith Citadel Theatre

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2016), Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Gently-men of Edinburgh, prepare your sweet tooth and hide your children as Caractacus Potts and his family return for another high flying, far-a-floating adventure to Vulgaria with everyone's favouri

Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2016

The Edinburgh Short Film Festival, Edinburgh's accessible, friendly & eclectic short film festival, launches soon!

Film: Scotland Loves Anime

Girls und Panzer: The Movie

Scotland Loves Anime film festival returns for a seventh year, with a mix of classic films, films fresh out of Japan, guest speakers, a jury & audience award as well as an education day aimed at stude

Take One Action Film Festival

Take One Action - the UK's first major activist film festival - debuted in 2008.