Be a film critic at EIFF
If you fancy yourself as a film critic, then here's your chance. It's a fantastic opportunity to review films during this year?s Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF). You'll also be invited o...
How to enter: All you have to do is write a review of a film you love, or hate, in less than 250 words. Please also write a short paragraph telling us why you'd like to win this great prize. If you impress the judges - the director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival Hannah McGill, The Scotsman's arts editor Andrew Eaton and BBC Radio Scotland's Movie Café's Janice Forsyth, you'll have freedom to roam this year's festival and you'll appear on the Movie Café and in the pages of the Scotsman. Click here for full details on how to enter, as well as terms and conditions.
More details, including Hannah and Andrew's tips on how to write a film review, will be published in Scotsman Review, and on subsequent Fridays until the closing date, 27 July.
Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) today unveiled details of its celebrated Black Box programming strand. Showcasing the best in experimental filmmaking Black Box combines thought-provoking new works with retrospectives and special events.