EIFF Announces Short Film Winners
The EIFF announced the winners in the Festival's short film categories, in a ceremony hosted by Hannah McGill, the Artistic Director for 2007. Photo by Peter Ross. The UK Film Council Kodak Award for ...
The EIFF announced the winners in the Festival's short film categories, in a ceremony hosted by Hannah McGill, the Artistic Director for 2007. Photo by Peter Ross.
The UK Film Council Kodak Award for Best British Short Film went to The Other Man, directed by Dictynna Hood. The winning film was chosen by an international jury of industry figures.
Run Wrake’s animated film Rabbit won The McLaren Award for New British Animation. The Award was run in partnership with the BBC Film Network and Rabbit can be seen on the website from today.
The co-directors of Zakaria, Gianluca de Serio and Massimiliano de Serio, took home the prize for the European Film Academy Short Film 2006 – Prix UIP. The partnership of the EIFF and the European Film Academy underpins the international spirit of discovery in filmmaking that Edinburgh pursues.
The 2006 winner of the Short Scottish Documentary Award, supported by Bailie Gifford, was Edward Brooke-Hitching for The Really Terrible Orchestra.
GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF SEMI-FINALIST FLORA SHEDDEN PRESENTS SPECIAL 70TH ANNIVERSARY CAKE TO THE EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Let them eat cake! With three layers of Scottish delights... Great British Bake Off semi-finalist, Flora Shedden today presented Edinburgh International Film Festival’s Artistic Director, Mark Adams, with a specially created, three-tier cake in celebration of the Festival’s 70th edition.