Maybe You Missed...
They're back! Great movies, all day. Join us at EIFF this Sunday for the last chance to see some Festival favourites
Between Two Fires
11.45am at Cameo
This raw Swedish drama explores the lives of a Polish mother and her daughter as they flee a Swedish refugee camp. How will they escape, now they are trapped by law? Tense but thrilling, come along this Sunday to get caught up.
2.15pm at Cameo
1970s Chile is examined through the life of a burlesque dancer and her cantankerous boss. A hit with the critics, this rigorously elegant piece is at once formally compelling and convincingly realistic.
4.15pm at Cameo
After two sell-out screenings, it's clear that trolls are the new vampires. Andre Ovredal’s supremely tense mock-doc thrill ride has already been a massive hit at home and is well on its way to becoming a cult classic.
Mrs Carey's Concert
4.20pm at Filmhouse
The feel-good film of the Fest! Join Aussie music teacher on an epic journey to bring joy to the Sydney Opera House through the transformative power of classical music. A Festival favourite and perfect Sunday afternoon viewing.
6.30pm at Filmhouse
A must for music fans, Morgan Neville's riveting celebration of The Troubadour Club tells all about the West Hollywood group of musicians which included such legendary artists as Carole King, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, and Joni Mitchell.
8.40pm at George Square Theatre
Iceland's Skins will give you jitters thinking about all of those embarrassing high school moments, but this coming of age film is filled with heart and well worth a watch.
Meet Monica Velour
8.45pm at Filmhouse
Roll up your stockings for Monica Velour! Don't miss Kim Cattrall and Napoleon Dynamite-alike Dustin Ingram star in this original and delightfully raunchy indie comedy.
Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure
9.30pm at Filmhouse
Though the days of cassette tapes have passed, Shut Up Little Man takes you on a misadventure of ovhearheard hilarity and the joys of viral entertainment in the pre-internet age. Great for a giggle.
9.45pm at FIlmhouse
Israeli horror shows us how it's done. Horror fans will love this tale of a bunch of youths lost and scared in the woods.
Tickets to 'Maybe You Missed...' films are £6 / £5 concessions.
Tickets can be purchased online, by telephone on 0131 228 2688 or in person at Filmhouse and Festivalhouse@Teviot.
Thursday 23rd June, 2011 / 15:53 GMTSo this is Best of the Fest, then. Why such a pointed effort to avoid calling it that?
Thursday 23rd June, 2011 / 17:46 GMTHi Shugg, it's the same concept but we decided to give it a refresh with a new name this year in the spirit of the Filmhouse since EIFF and Filmhouse are now under the CMI Scotland umbrella.
Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) today announced the appointment of Mark Adams to the position of Artistic Director.