Top tweets from #edfilmfest fans!
Here at EIFF, we love to hear from you. Since our call for updates, EIFF has been a-Twitter with your reviews and photos. Here are some of the highlights.
So far you've all contributed some great 140-character reviews...
#edfilmfest And Everything is Going Fine is an intimate uncomplicated mesmerising pleasure.
Just saw Made @edfilmfest, an amazing, devastating sucker punch of a movie. One of my favourites so far
@edfilmfest Out of the Ashes is a must-see documentary - heartwarming to see a side of Afghanistan that isn't about war. Two big thumbs up!
saw #monsters @edfilmfest last nite - great film, hope it gets distribution so i can see it again...a must-see!
Best film of #edfilmfest so far? Mai Mai Miracle. By a (Japanese) country mile.
Totally just got my Watchmen dvd signed by Patrick Wilson at the @edfilmfest premiere of Barry Munday. Another great night at #eiff 2010
Fantastic day at #edfilmfest watching Michael Caine in Pulp @Filmhouse with Mike Hodges intro. Lovely man. He has a novel out, go buy it.
Just been to hear SIR Patrick Stewart at the #edfilmfest. What a sweetheart. He was hilarious and cried occasionally.
Enjoyed the splendidly schlocky Pulp starring Michael Caine, screening in the #edfilmfest retrospective, introduced by director Mike Hodges.
And brilliant photographs...
RyanMcGoverne - Ryan also photographed the title image.
Second Sean Connery portrait, taken at #edfilmfest http://www.flickr.com/photos/shwtterbwg/4721323524/ #EIFF
As always, you can Tweet us your updates @edfilmfest, and tag them using #edfilmfest. We hope to hear from you soon!
Fribourg International Film Festival (FIFF) and Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) are pleased to announce their collaboration on an ambitious retrospective called The History of Iranian Cinema by Its Creators.