The critics' Festival favourites
Lurking in the gloom of the videotheque and circling the corridors of Cineworld; the critics have been here all Festival but which features left a lasting impression on the Rotten Tomatoes jury?
It's a tough life reviewing film so it's no surprise that most of the critics' favourites from the Fest have a comedy thread running through them.
"Le Donk is absolutely hilarious. I'm a Shane Meadows fan as it is but he's really managed to turn this film from nothing into one of the funniest films I've seen in years."
"Black Dynamite was a hit with me, it's a very amusing and affectionate look at a Blaxploitation send up.
I also loved Adventureland which is from the director of Superbad. I think it'll be quite big as there's a buzz about it already."
'Bromance' comedy Humpday also proved a hit with Wendy Ide from The Times.
"I really liked Humpday, it's so irreverent and free-wheeling. It shows an evolution in the mumblecore movement of riffing conversations that don't really have anything to say but this film does and it's very satirical."
Meanwhile it was Fishtank, a grim yet at times darkly humorous look at life on an Essex estate, that struck a chord with Anna Smith from Elle Magazine.
"Fishtank is such an amazing piece of film. From the minute I started watching it I was hooked.
You also don't know where the film's going to go which is refreshing for someone like myself who watches and reviews films on a regular basis."
Keep an eye out to see which feature the Rotten Tomatoes jury voted their film of the Fest.