Every day this week, we're sharing our Student Critics' reviews of their best films of EIFF 2013.
Today, Vivek Santayana reviews National Security (Namyeong-dong 1985) – one of our critical hits of the Fest. Directed by Chung Ji-young, the film screened as part of the Festival's Focus on Korea.
As 2013 draws to a close, our EIFF Student Critics have selected their top films of the year – and we're publishing a review a day right here on the blog.
Today, Rebecca Bowen reviews My Dog Killer (Môj pes Killer), a Slovakian-Czech co-production which had its UK premiere at this year's Festival.
Our Student Critics' coverage of their top films of EIFF 2013 continues today with Catarina Mourão's review of The Obscured Histories and Silent Longings of Daguluan’s Children, directed by Gutierrez Mangansakan II of the Philippines.
This year, the Student Critics Jury at Edinburgh International Film Festival made their picks of the Fest.
In the spirit of the season, we're publishing their reviews of what they judged to be the best films of the year at the 67th Edinburgh International Film Festival.
First up, we have Ruth Swift-Wood's review of Comrade Kim goes Flying.
This year we're bringing you more behind-the-scenes stories from the festival-making process. Today EIFF documentary programmer Jenny Leask shares her experience from the IDFA film festival in Amsterdam.
Wondering what to do this wet weekend? Remember, EIFF 2013 is not over yet. In fact the tail-end of our packed programme is bound to keep you busy (and dry) as we have saved some of our best films for last.
This year we introduced a new addition to the EIFF line-up: a new strand programmed for young people, by young people.
Young Programmer Douglas Greenwood sums up his experiences on the Young Talents programme.
Some of the strongest films are still to screen as we enter the last days of the Festival.
This Friday night kicks off the final weekend of EIFF and it's filled with gems and surprises. Take a look at some of our Friday night suggestions.
We've selected four picks of the evening – and reviews to back them up. Take a look and let us know your picks of the Fest for Thursday 27 June.
We've been keeping an eye out for the best tips of the Fest. Here are some select reviews for films – mostly screening over the next few days – which our friends and film critics love.
As the Festival creeps into its final week, the team has picked out 6 must-see movies screening on Wednesday 26, Thursday 27, and Friday 28 June. Dig in!
Generation X has had its movie-making day, and now it's time for the rise of the millennial. As Girls sets the tone on TV, film is following suit and the Quarter-Life crisis is de rigueur
After a great response to the last Don't Miss! – the Festival team has made another selection of films for you, all screening this weekend: Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 June. Which one will you pick?
The Internet is buzzing with fantastic pieces of information, reviews, and highlights from the Edinburgh International Film Festival programme. To help you get to grips with EIFF 2013, we've gathered some of the best highlights and what-to-watch lists from around the web
In today's Pathway we bring you cinematic journey through the remarkable journeys of remarkable people
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