Author: Steph Argy & Alec Boehm

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Stephanie Argy and Alec Boehm are the co-directors of the caper adventure The Red Machine, which will be having its international premiere at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival. They live in Los Angeles. Argy & Boehm’s previous movies include the short film Scene, shot in Stirling, Scotland, for which lead actor Bryan Larkin won a BAFTA Scotland Award for Best First Time Performance, and the award-winning short film Gandhi at the Bat.

Recent articles by Steph Argy & Alec Boehm

  • Edinburgh by bike

    Edinburgh by bike

    A few years ago, the two of us co-produced a documentary on pro bicycle racing, and ever since we've been dedicated (if very slow) cyclists.

  • In search of scotch!

    In search of scotch!

    We've been busy having our brains twisted. Yesterday, we met with a lot of people to learn about how films are made in the UK – and surprise! It's just as complicated as in the U.S. (though complicated in different ways).

  • The second screening

    The second screening

    On Saturday afternoon, we had our second screening, which went even better than the first.

  • From NYC to EDI

    From NYC to EDI

    Our very first night at the Edinburgh International Film Festival was an airport hotel in New York City.

  • Getting ready for the Fest

    Getting ready for the Fest

    Over the years, at home in Los Angeles, we had heard all about the Edinburgh International Film Festival and how it is the longest running Festival in the world, how it has such creative programming, how it is Europe's "cool" festival.