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!
Winners of EIFF 2014’s short film awards and two of its documentary premieres have been nominated for 2015 BAFTAs.