Film Festival Under the Stars Competition
The Outdoor Cinema Experience is back! The EIFF has once again teamed up Scotland's favourite whisky, The Famous Grouse, to present the Film Festival Under the Stars on 11 and 12 August at The Mound. ...
The Outdoor Cinema Experience is back! The EIFF has once again teamed up Scotland's favourite whisky, The Famous Grouse, to present the Film Festival Under the Stars on 11 and 12 August at The Mound. Read on for further info and a chance to win a luxury hamper courtesy of Vezza's Italian Products.
The programme starts at The Mound from 5 pm on Friday or noon on Saturday and entry is completely free! Don’t miss this celebration of classic cinema on a huge outdoor screen. On arrival, you’ll even get a wee dram courtesy of sponsors The Famous Grouse.
We’ve also got a luxury hamper up for grabs which is packed with gourmet Italian goodies, courtesy of Vezza's Italian Products (VIP).
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Simply answer the following question…
What is the name of the villain in Diamonds are Forever?
Email answers to email@example.com. Competition closes noon on Monday 14th August and entrants must be at least 18 years of age.
This year’s Film Festival Under The Stars programme is as follows…
Friday 11 August
17:00 Programme Starts
18:10 Swing Time
Fred and Ginger get things going with this marvellous musical.
20:30 The Pink Panther
Seller’s bumbling Clouseau in a comedy classic.
Saturday 12 August
14:00 Programme Starts
14:45 Top Hat
Fred and Ginger are swingin’ again and it’s just as magical.
17:10 Gregory's Girl
A terrific tartan comedy from local hero Bill Forsyth.
19:20 Breakfast at Tiffany's
The daring darling of Hollywood, Audrey Hepburn, in an unforgettable romance.
22:00 Diamonds Are Forever
Sir Sean is the definitive Bond and he’s supported here by Plenty O’Toole.
There will be a selection of short films between screenings.
Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) today announced the appointment of Mark Adams to the position of Artistic Director.