Author: Kirsten Geekie
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Scottish press report changes at EIFF
The Moët British Independent Film Award nominees have been announced and we are excited to see several EIFF titles make an appearance
So submissions have gone live and the lead up to 2011 has officially begun
Karl Liegis, Producer of this year's EIFF hit brilliantlove has got in touch to tell us the exciting news that after its European Premiere in Edinburgh, US and UK distribution deals have been confirmed for the film and the release dates are both in November!
EIFF Programming and Industry teams are heading over to Toronto with the Features Scotland participants to immerse themselves in the Festival's film and industry events programme. Updates on how they get on to follow......
You can now register up until Monday 17 May to access the best value pass prices and to ensure your listing in the new EIFF Industry guide.
Also new to EIFF in 2010 is a single day-pass which is available from just £60 (£40 students)
The stage is set for the Festival Theatre, Edinburgh to host EIFF 2010's Opening Night Gala Premiere.
The programming team have hardly had a chance to draw breath since the Berlin Film Festival but things are really hotting up at EIFF HQ as we get the 2010 programme finalised.
Time is running out to submit your film and be considered for EIFF 2010! Get your film in for Monday 1st March to take advantage of the Regular deadline fee, and then there is only a further week until Monday 8th March and the final deadline.
It's been a non-stop globetrot for the programming team since the turn of the year. Read on to find out which glamorous locations we've been stopping off at.
We are pleased to announce the deadlines for submissions to the 2010 Edinburgh International Film Festival have been extended.
Our Artistic Director wins prestigious award at the Women in Film and Television Awards
Want to know what our Programming Team have been up to recently? Sure you do! Find out here...
Is it over??! Outwardly perhaps, but there is no rest for the wickedly devoted/delirious programming team.
It’s that time...you’re trying to answer five emails at once, everyone get a solution to a guest/screenings/lack of jaffa cake issue that has just occurred, and you know the nagging feeling that you have forgotten to do something will haunt you until the end of the festival.
- artistic director
- bafta scotland
- black box
- breathe in
- british council
- chris fujiwara
- diane henderson
- edinburgh international film festival
- eiff 2013
- eiff 2014
- eiff short film challenge
- film festival
- focus on iran
- glasgow short film festival
- gsff presents
- kiss the water
- magic magic
- mclaren 2014
- michael powell competition
- monsters university
- norman mclaren
- oh boy
- outdoor screening
- phantom landscapes
- programme launch
- short film
- sofia coppola
- student critics
- the armstrong lie
- the bling ring
- the east
- throwback thursday
- thursday throwback
- ticket deal
- ticket grab
- tilda swinton