All News

  • Directing The Lost

    • Posted Friday 18 August, 2006

    Director Chris Silverston has delivered the most startling and, arguably, the most impressive debut of EIFF 2006 in The Lost, the tale of an amoral bully's reign of terror over a small-town. He tells ...

  • 'Giants' and Cockrell a Hit!

    • Posted Friday 18 August, 2006

    The They Might Be Giants retrospective and Variety writer Eddie Cockrell's inspired introductions have been a huge hit at the EIFF. We highlight some seminal works screening as part of the retrospecti...

  • Pocket Shorts to your Phone

    • Posted Friday 18 August, 2006

    Pocket Shorts is back for a second year at the EIFF and a new innovation allows entrants the opportunity to share their mini-masterpiece with their fellow festival-goers. Following the success of last...

  • Actor Musevsky a Double Hit at EIFF

    • Posted Friday 18 August, 2006

    Slovenian actor Peter Musevsky demonstrates immense versatility at EIFF 2006 with a blackly comic performance in Labour Equals Freedom, the antithesis of the measured understatement he displays in Tun...

  • Standard Life Audience Award Day 4 Update

    • Posted Friday 18 August, 2006

    A new entry today as Brothers of the Head hits the No. 3 slot after its first screening. Still leading the Standard Life Audience Award is The Flying Scotsman, with Brothers of the Head set to push ha...

  • Reel Life: Charlize Theron Ticket Update

    • Posted Thursday 17 August, 2006

    A limited number of tickets are still available for the Reel Life: Charlize Theron event at 18:00 today, 17 August, at Cineworld. Don't miss this opportunity to hear the Oscar winning Charlize Theron ...

  • Standard Life Audience Award Day 3 Update

    • Posted Thursday 17 August, 2006

    The Flying Scotsman still leads the chasing pack in the hunt for The Standard Life Audience Award. See the latest results... With a spate of movies showing in the Gala and British Gala programmes over...

  • Matrix Game Pioneers Visit Festival

    • Posted Thursday 17 August, 2006

    Velvetelvis is the world's first transmedia production house, having crossed entertainment platforms with their pioneering work on The Matrix sequels and game. Rosanna Sun and John DesJardin are visti...

  • Snow Cake Ticket Update

    • Posted Wednesday 16 August, 2006

    A limited number of tickets have become available for the Thursday 17 August performance of Snow Cake at Cameo. Snow Cake stars Reel Life guest Sigourney Weaver and British actor Alan Rickman, in...

  • April Snow Competition

    • Posted Wednesday 16 August, 2006

    We have sets of stills from Korean melodrama April Snow to be won in our exclusive online competition. Director Hur Jin-ho’s third feature is a bittersweet melodrama that will cast a spell ove...

  • Standard Life Audience Award Latest Results

    • Posted Wednesday 16 August, 2006

    The Flying Scotsman has taken an early lead in the race for the Standard Life Audience Award. It's early days in the voting for the Standard Life Audience Award but local production, The Flying Scotsm...

  • Clever Comedy Bucks Britcom Trend

    • Posted Wednesday 16 August, 2006

    Someone Else is an excellent pathos-laden comedy, which will come as a revelation to audiences expecting just another Britcom. Director Col Spector tells me how a short film inspired this razor-sharp ...

  • Watch Exclusive EIFF Highlights Online UPDATED

    • Posted Wednesday 16 August, 2006

    The EIFF is leading the way with innovations which enhance the Film Festival experience for our audience. We've made highlights of our British Galas and Reel LIfe interviews available exclusively onli...

  • Concert Doc Rings the Changes

    • Posted Wednesday 16 August, 2006

    Rock the Bells is a gripping documentary that charts the exhaustive attempt by promoter Chang to get all 10 members of legendary hip-hop crew The Wu-Tang Clan together for their first gig in 10 years....

  • Brilliant Belvaux Thrills

    • Posted Wednesday 16 August, 2006

    Lucas Belvaux follows his last EIFF entry, 2003's Le Trilogie, with a stunning blue-collar thriller that defies expectation and classification. A trio of unemployed men live on the breadline in Liege...

  • Art School Confidential Ticket Update

    • Posted Tuesday 15 August, 2006

    A very limited number of tickets have become available for the screenings of Art School Confidential on 16 and 17 August. Art School Confidential sees Clowes and Zwigoff reunite for another excellent ...

  • EIFF gets off to a Flyer!

    • Posted Tuesday 15 August, 2006

    The 60th EIFF was straight into top gear last night, thanks to the Gala World Premiere of The Flying Scotsman, the inspirational film based on the life of local hero Graeme Obree. Cast and crew from t...

  • Stars Arrive for EIFF 2006

    • Posted Monday 14 August, 2006

    There will be more stars on the ground than in the sky tonight as the 60th Edinburgh International Film Festival gets underway with the World Premiere of The Flying Scotsman. We give you a rundown of ...

  • Star-studded Documentary is Pitch Perfect

    • Posted Monday 14 August, 2006

    Bewildered by the homogenous, bland music that comes from major labels these days? So was producer Joel Rasmussen, so he enlisted the support of Eric Clapton, Elvis Costello et al to feature in a vita...

  • Have Your Say with the Standard Life Audience Award

    • Posted Monday 14 August, 2006

    We at the EIFF believe there is no better judge of the quality of a film than our discerning audience. The Standard Life Audience Award is your chance to set a movie on the road to success. Previous w...

All News

2014 Festival Diary:
June

M T W T F S S
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30

Click on a day to highlight movies on that day.

Films by Continent

Map

Share this page

Share this Film Festival page with your friends and family.

Find Films By Strand

EIFF is split into Strands. Use them to help find your films.

What are the strands?