City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


EIFF's Under the Radar Celebrates the "Kitsch, Gory, Disturbing and Hilarious"

Alex Corr's Blood Car is a gory satire on oil consumption

The Edinburgh Film Festival (18-29 June 2008) has launched a small new strand of films which takes as its inspiration the work of cult filmmaker John Waters.

Time-lapse Brothers Release New Edinburgh Movie

The two brothers who had a YouTube hit with their time-lapse short film of Edinburgh entitled Koya Moments have released a new film using similar techniques to capture Edinburgh's

Documentaries Revealed For Edinburgh International Film Festival '08

Lynndie England – Private First Class 372nd MP Company

International Film Festival artistic director Hannah McGill has announced that the fest will showcase twenty-two documentary
features this year.

EIFF Mirrorball Tickets On Sale

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (18-29 June 2008) put tickets for two events opening its Mirrorball strand on sale today.

Dylan Thomas Drama To Open Edinburgh Film Festival

Keira Knightley in The Edge of Love

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF)
announced today that John Maybury's drama set around the loves and life of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, The Edge of Love, will be the Opening Gala

Touring Chinese Film Festival Makes Edinburgh Stop at Filmhouse

A man visits the city looking for his son in Luxury Car

A festival of Chinese cinema opens at the Filmhouse on Saturday 5 April as part of a tour that is visiting 17 cinemas across the UK.

48-Hour Filmmaking Competition To Make Edinburgh Debut

The adrenaline-driven 48-Hour Film Project, where teams of filmmakers write, direct, and edit a short film from start to finish in the course of a sleepless weekend, is coming to Edinburgh for th

Mike Leigh Cameo Link Up

Director Mike Leigh will be conducting an audience Q&A after a preview screening of his latest film Happy-Go-Lucky at The Cameo next month.

EIFF Wins £1.88million Lottery Funding

EIFF Wins Lottery Windfall

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) and the UK Film Council (UKFC) announced yesterday at a press conference in Edinburgh Filmhouse that the Festival has won substantial national Lottery funding. The sum, £1.88 million over three years, respresents a large slice of the festival's annual budget of £1.2 million.

EIFF Patron Wins Oscar

Tilda Swinton, who was educated in Edinburgh and cut her acting teeth at the Traverse Theatre, won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress as a scheming corporate lawyer in the thriller Michael Clayton.