Announcing: Best of the Fest!

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It's time to reveal our Best of the Fest. Don't miss your final chacne to see some of the best films of EIFF 2014!

All Best of the Fest screenings take place on Sunday 29 June.

And the Best of the Fest films are...

Snowpiercer – 11.15am at Odeon 2 / 3.55pm at Cineworld 8
The critical hit of the Fest. Seize your last chance to see the long-awaited UK premiere of a visionary work by a contemporary master, Bong Joon-ho.

Castles in the Sky – 11.15am at Cineworld 11 / 5pm at Filmhouse 1
Director Gillies Mackinnon brings his expertise and skill to the fascinating story of visionary Scottish engineer and developer of radar, Robert Watson-Watt, played by Eddie Izzard.

Tony Benn: Will & Testament – 11.45am at Cineworld 5
The late Tony Benn reviews the triumphs and the upsets of his personal and his private life.

The Anomaly – 11.55am at Cineworld 8 / 6.50pm at Filmhouse 1
Noel Clarke's exhilirating sci-fi action film is an EIFF must-see.

Set Fire to the Stars – 1.55pm at Cineworld 8
Your final chance to watch this Michael Powell-nomnated drama which Dylan Thomas battling his demons in 1950s New York. Stars Elijah Wood and Celyn Jones.

In Order of Disappearance – 5.50pm at Odeon 2
One for the Scandy Crime lovers – this gruesome, ingenious and hilarious pitch-black comedy is like Death Wish set in Fargo, but funnier...and bloodier!

A Practical Guide to a Spectacular Suicide – 5.55pm at Cineworld 11
Tom is intent on killing himself...but he's not very good at it. A comedy-drama filled with trials, tribulations, and laughs.

A Most Wanted Man – 6.35pm at Cineworld 8
Anton Corbijn's sumptuous adaptation of John le Carré's 2008 bestselling novel stars the late Philip Seymour Hoffman alongside a fantastic cast.

A Dangerous Game – 7.50pm at Cineworld 11
This follow-up to the award-winning You've Been Trumped takes up where the previous film left off

Palo Alto – 8.20pm at Odeon 2
James Franco stars in this adapation of his own short story collection, a sharp-edged and visually captivating film.

We Are Monster – 8.30pm at Cineworld 5
How could someone be racially driven to commit a murder? This raw, uncompromising British drama poses that question and more.

The Green Inferno – 8.40pm at Cineworld 12
Once again, Eli Roth justifies his position at the top of the fantasy/horror genre ladder with this startling and depraved take on cannibalism.

Cold in July – 8.50pm at Filmhouse 1
An atmospheric tale of justice and revenge starring Michael C Hall, Sam Shepard and Don Johnson.

The Skeleton Twins – 9.05pm at Cineworld 8
A brother and sister with much emotional baggage try to reconnect. A gentle and hilarious comedy-drama starring Saturday Night Live alum Kristin Wiig and Bill Hader.


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