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Welcome to the 67th Edinburgh International Film Festival! The programme has been revealed and we’re all set for an exciting year.
This year we're announcing 3 exclusive ticket deals to be redeemed throughout the Festival. Keep your eyes peeled...
EIFF announces prize money increase to £20,000 for the Michael Powell Award & the return of the Best Documentary Award
Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) today announced that it has increased its prize money for the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film to £20,000 for 2014. In addition, the Festival will also see the return of the Award for Best Documentary Feature Film after a three-year hiatus.
As 2013 draws to a close, we looked through some of the country's top film-loving publications' lists of the Best Films of 2013. 'Lo and behold, some EIFF favourites made the cut, so here's our annual round up!
Each year, Edinburgh International Film Festival premieres over 100 films, many of which go on to gain international acclaim. In case you missed them the first time around, here are some EIFF 2013 picks which are about to hit UK cinemas!
Today the nominations for the EE British Academy Film Awards in 2014 were revealed – and films from EIFF 2013 feature in the line-up.
Sundance Film Festival is currently taking place in Park City, Utah.
To celebrate, we thought we’d share '5 in 5': five films (okay, six!) that hit both Sundance Film Festival and EIFF during the past five years.
Read on – then tell us in comments if any of these were your Festival favourites of the past five years….
Every year, EIFF focuses on two key countries and their national cinema. This year the Festival will feature a Focus on Germany. To give you an insight into the inspiration for this year's selection, Chris Fujiwara introduces you to German cinema.
Ever wondered what happens to a filmmaker's film after it has been submitted to EIFF? As a submissions viewer, let me explain...
The British Academy Film Awards took place last night and here's our round up of the highlights!
Recruitment for Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014 is open now! Take advantage of your opportunity to become a part of the world's longest continually-running film festival.
EIFF kicks off in just a few days! Here are some ways that you can get involved at the Festival.
EIFF Artistic Director Chris Fujiwara steps down from role as EIFF begins recruitment for a new Artistic Director
Norman McLaren - 100 years of animating the world
EIFF 2014's Phantom Landscapes Shorts Programme to be showcased as part of this year's Glasgow Short Film Festival Presents screenings
For EIFF’s 69th edition there will be a new strand showcasing a documentary feature each day of the Festival, and EIFF 2015 programming is very much underway as Submissions has opened.
EIFF programmer, Lydia Beilby, writes about her recent trip to the Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Canada
Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) today announced the appointment of Mark Adams to the position of Artistic Director.
EIFF today announced that the main 2015 retrospective is LITTLE BIG SCREEN, which will offer a rare opportunity to see some of the finest American TV movies from the 1960s and 70s.
EIFF and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) are celebrating the 30th anniversary of EIFF’s UK Premiere of Back To The Future with a special screening alongside a live performance of the film's score
This year we've broken down the festival into figures, because who doesn’t love an infographic?
Using our website or connecting with other film fans is a great way to help you decide what to watch during EIFF 2015.
With less than two weeks until the beginning of EIFF 2015, we have a number of screenings and events already sold out.
Sometimes seeing your favourite acting talent just once, isn’t enough.
More shows are selling out, including our Opening Night Gala of Robert Carlyle's directorial debut. Our advice is to get your tickets in advance.
The partnership programme – Script Junction, will run from June to November 2015.
Are you still struggling for ideas on what to see this year at the festival? Web Editor Reece Cargan rounds up 'who is saying what' about the 2015 programme.
This year Festival HQ is hosting multiple 'EIFF inspired special events' and Filmhouse Café Bar is open until late every night of the festival.
Diane Henderson highlights some of the films coming your way on the first Friday, Saturday and Sunday of EIFF 2015.
James Cosmo and Karen Gillan announced as EIFF Honorary Patrons.
Cult classics, family favourites and Oscar-winning performances are to feature in a series of open air cinema screenings in a dramatic setting this August.
EIFF & RSNO Present the UK Premiere of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial With a Live Orchestral Score
Emma van der Putten, Submissions Intern, talks about why she wanted to work at EIFF and gives some top tips on submitting your film to film festivals.
EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2016 COUNTRY FOCUS AND NEW ‘WORKS IN PROGRESS’ EVENT
Edinburgh International Film Festival Announces that its 2016 Country Focus will be on Finland, unveils new Works in Progress industry event
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