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You can get involved with EIFF in a number of ways.
Subscribe as a Web Member
If you haven't become a Web Member you really are missing out. It's completely free and only takes a minute to fill in the form.
What will I get?
- You can submit comments on articles, blogs and post to our forums.
- Regular emails year-round on exciting developments at EIFF and the film world
- Your own profile and avatar in the WM area and the chance to interact with other Members.
- Prizes, handouts, tickets and giveaways galore - EXCLUSIVE to Web Members.
We understand you don't want to be inundated with junk in your inbox so we have a very clear policy on our newsletter frequency - we only email you if there's something great to talk about!
We will email you with up-to-date info and giveaways.
Launch to Festival:
Filled with exciting line up details, expect an email weekly in the build up to the 2013 Festival.
Every other day expect the inside scoop and so much more!
Flickr: Submit Your Pics:
Red carpet premieres, big crowds and Festival buzz… we want your photos for display on our site for all the world to see! Go to our flickr here and select the option to join our group. If you don’t have a flickr account already, follow the simple instructions to create one. It's free!
Follow us on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook:
Twitter handle @edfilmfest
Our Facebook page can be found here: EIFF Facebook
EIFF TV Podcasts & Downloads
To make sure you don’t miss a thing you can subscribe to EIFF TV Highlights for your iPod. To subscribe to our Podcasts, simply go to our video section and click the 'EIFF TV Podcast' link. The option to subscribe can also be found beneath each episode of the Highlights.
Please note this will be available from festival launch on 19 June 2013.
You can also download the Highlights in MP4 format for all other portable media players, using the option beneath each edition of EIFF TV Highlights.
Winners of EIFF 2014’s short film awards and two of its documentary premieres have been nominated for 2015 BAFTAs.