21 June - 2 July 2017
Edinburgh International Film Festival explores new ideas in cinema, inviting local and international audiences to engage with a dynamic programme of fiction and documentary work.
A festival committed to showcasing the most exciting, original and challenging new films and the most promising new talent, each year EIFF welcomes over 1,400 industry delegates, filmmakers and members of the press. The 71st edition of EIFF will take place from 21 June to 2 July 2017.
Industry offerings include a packed programme of events, screenings and networking opportunities. They run alongside a series of talent development initiatives designed to support the best emerging talent from across the UK.
EIFF 2016 PREVIEW REEL
Sample the flavour of EIFF's historic 70th edition.
To celebrate the Festival's landmark 70th edition, EIFF teamed up with Bute Fabrics and Edinburgh College of Art to produce a bespoke Fesitval tartan.
A limited edition, 100% lambswool, tartan scarf will be available for sale from Filmhouse Box Office throughout the festival, and can be ordered HERE.
There is currently an exhibition at Filmhouse presenting the creative process of the ECA students, from mood board development to final fabric design.
EIFF is committed to providing support for the film industry through its diverse industry programme. Come and take-part in our range of specially curated industry events and network with professionals from across the industry.
Full details of our industry programme and services can be found here.
For updates on EIFF’s industry activity follow us on Twitter: @eiffindustry
EIFF is proud to provide a range of talent development programmes that support filmmakers across a range of disciplines and at various stages of their careers. In the past four years EIFF has developed the personal skills and projects of over 100 filmmakers in roles including producers, composers, screenwriters, directors and animators.
To read more about current projects and past participants, visit our Talent Development pages here.
You can also keep up-to-date with our talent development activity by following our talent twitter feed - @eiffconnections
EIFF is passionate about working with younger audiences, and in 2015 provided a range of screenings, events and workshops especially for this audience. This included EIFF Youth Hub, a unique space that provided events for 15 to 26-year-olds looking to explore a future in the film industry; The Young and the Wild, a strand of the Festival programmed by our Young Programmers; and our Student Critics Jury which seeks to discover the future film critics of Scotland.
Full details on all EIFF Learning activity can be found here.
2016 Festival Diary:
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