On Saturday afternoon, we had our second screening, which went even better than the first.
Today marks our penultimate day of reviews from our Student Critics Jury, who have selected and reviewed their picks for the best films of EIFF 2013.
Today, Philip Kennedy reviews A.C.A.B. All Cats Are Brilliant – a film from Greece that captures life for the Millenial Generation.
Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo brought their Radio 5 Live movie show to EIFF today for a special live edition featuring reviews of the week’s cinema releases and special guests of the Fest.
The programme is wrapped, the brochure has been printed and shipped, our t-shirts have arrived and we’re all prepped and ready for another programme launch!
Student Critic Jury member Genevieve Bicknell reviews Papirosen at EIFF 2012
Student Critic Jury member Jonathan Glen reviews Sleepless Night at EIFF 2012
Liam Nolan, a member of the inaugural Student Critics Jury, reviews Sleepless Night
Four places are still available on the Edinburgh University course for film lovers.
And now the end is near; well almost! Mhairi MacLeod gives her pick of the Fest for EIFF 2010's final weekend.
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.
Mhairi MacLeod casts her eye over the weekend's red carpet action which saw the A-listers roll into town.
Last night, we had our first screening at EIFF! Pretty fabulous--nice big theatre at Cineworld, great picture and sound.
Our very first night at the Edinburgh International Film Festival was spent....at an airport hotel in New York City.
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.
It’s not long until EIFF gets going, and we want to hear from you! Find out how to collaborate with us online.
EIFF 2010 will serve up a veritable feast of undiscovered and established screen goodies, with a side of special events and the customary dash of red carpet pizzazz to go.
A boy scout mentality is required for the programme and box office launch next week. Check out our four step plan to EIFF happiness.
- black box
- breathe in
- british council
- chris fujiwara
- edinburgh international film festival
- eiff 2013
- eiff 2014
- eiff short film challenge
- film festival
- focus on iran
- kiss the water
- magic magic
- michael powell competition
- monsters university
- oh boy
- programme launch
- sofia coppola
- student critics
- the armstrong lie
- the bling ring
- the east
- throwback thursday
- thursday throwback
- ticket deal
- ticket grab
- tilda swinton