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  • Scotland raises curtain on Centre for the Moving Image

    • Posted Monday 05 July, 2010

    Centre for the Moving Image has been created as the new parent body incorporating the Edinburgh International Film Festival and Edinburgh Filmhouse to provide a national focus for curatorial, research and educational resources for the film industry and public in Scotland and the UK.

  • Fighting crime with Miles Watts

    Fighting crime with Miles Watts

    • Posted Sunday 27 June, 2010

    Miles Watts explains how York inspired his black and white comic book caper, Crimefighters

  • Re-narrating the past with Sarah Turner

    Re-narrating the past with Sarah Turner

    • Posted Saturday 26 June, 2010

    Sarah Turner’s experimental film, Perestroika, is ostensibly a journey on the trans-Siberian railway. However, conflicting dialogues quickly shatter any concept of reality in a film that seeks to explore the limitless ways of experiencing time, bringing us to our ultimate destination, subjectivity.

  • The Honeymooner: Gerard Kearns

    The Honeymooner: Gerard Kearns

    • Posted Saturday 26 June, 2010

    Gerard Kearns talks about the change of pace from the complex love-life of Ian Gallagher in Shameless to downbeat Fran in Col Spector's Honeymooner.

  • Tweet twoo

    Tweet twoo

    • Posted Friday 25 June, 2010

    Since the last instalment, our #edfilmfest fans have been enthusiastically tweeting more news, reviews, and updates for us.

  •  See the Best of the Fest

    See the Best of the Fest

    • Posted Friday 25 June, 2010

    Missed out on a film you were desperate to see? Check out the line-up of incredible films on at Best of the Fest on Sunday 27 June. You can get four tickets for only £20!

  • Projector.tv and EIFF Online Partnership

    Projector.tv and EIFF Online Partnership

    • Posted Friday 25 June, 2010

    Projector.tv is the Official Online Partner of EIFF and sponsor of Best International Feature at this year's Fest, and you can see some of the features from this year's Fest exclusively on their website.

  • The beat goes on

    The beat goes on

    • Posted Friday 25 June, 2010

    Our friends at Upbeat Productions are covering a host of events at EIFF. Click here and here, and here to watch their latest reports from the Festival.

  • And the winner is ...

    And the winner is ...

    • Posted Friday 25 June, 2010

    It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for! The award results of EIFF 2010 are in and cracking Brit comedy Skeletons is among the winners.

  • Meeting Pixar

    Meeting Pixar

    • Posted Friday 25 June, 2010

    Lead animators Bobby Podesta and Mike Venturini visited Edinburgh International Film Festival this week for the UK Premiere of Toy Story 3. Screening only 24 hours after opening in the USA, it was the first chance to see the film this side of the Atlantic.

  • Finding the Black Panther

    Finding the Black Panther

    • Posted Friday 25 June, 2010

    Iyari Wertta’s stylish noir, The Black Panther, combines detective fiction, sci-fi and surrealism to create something completely new but where on earth did it come from?

  • Introducing... Central Station

    Introducing... Central Station

    • Posted Thursday 24 June, 2010

    We take a look at how our creative friends at Central Station have been experiencing the Fest.

  • Storytelling in Purgatory

    Storytelling in Purgatory

    • Posted Thursday 24 June, 2010

    Trailblazing director of A Spanking in Paradise, Wayne Thallon, and lead actor Andrew Hawley talk about filming in Edinburgh, brothels and the art of telling tales.

  • Amy Hardie and The Edge of Dreaming

    Amy Hardie and The Edge of Dreaming

    • Posted Wednesday 23 June, 2010

    Amy Hardie is a Scottish scientist and filmmaker. Her deeply personal first documentary, The Edge of Dreaming, has been selected as one of the Best of the Fest.

  • Col Spector talks Honeymooner

    Col Spector talks Honeymooner

    • Posted Wednesday 23 June, 2010

    Col Spector talks about his second film, Honeymooner, a romantic comedy about Fran, an honest, down-at-heel everyman who has been dumped just before his wedding.

     

  • More movies added to Best of the Fest

    More movies added to Best of the Fest

    • Posted Tuesday 22 June, 2010

    More titles have been added to the Best of the Fest line-up, including Toy Story 3.

  • Get happy feet with Tilda and Mark

    Get happy feet with Tilda and Mark

    • Posted Tuesday 22 June, 2010

    If you haven’t heard already, Mark Cousins and Tilda Swinton have some exciting events planned for the launch of their latest venture, the 8 1/2 Foundation.

  • Smokin' hot

    Smokin' hot

    • Posted Tuesday 22 June, 2010

    Comic book writer and filmmaker Mike McCarthy's latest venture, Cigarette Girl, has its European Premiere at EIFF. He tells us why it's hot stuff.

  • Top tweets from #edfilmfest fans!

    Top tweets from #edfilmfest fans!

    • Posted Tuesday 22 June, 2010

    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.

  • Cherry picking

    Cherry picking

    • Posted Tuesday 22 June, 2010

    Returning favourite Paul Andrew Williams, the director of London to Brighton (EIFF 2006), talks about making the harshly realistic thriller Cherry Tree Lane, which receives a World Premiere at this year's Fest.

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EIFF Student Critics 2014

Edinburgh International Film Festival is pleased to confirm the return of the Student Critics Jury for its third year and now invites students to apply to experience the Festival as a film critic.

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