Edinburgh News: film
Summerhall Fringe shows set to be beamed to 30 UK Cinemas
Never has a shot of an abandoned suitcase been so gut wrenching.
There’s a brief moment that struck me half way through Set Fire to the Stars when Celyn Jones playing Dylan Thomas tips drunkenly asleep onto the shoulder of exasperated host John Malcolm Brinnin.
When Netflix premiered political drama "House of Cards" on 1 February, 2013 it released the whole season of 13 episodes internationally on its streaming service.
From robot football to making round bubbles square, from the science of intoxication at a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to a man vs 3D printer contest, this year's Edinburgh Internatio
The Manipulate Festival concluded at the Traverse on Saturday night with a screening of eight animation films collectively entitled, Tilt Your Thinking: A Murder of Shorts.
The Snapshots: 6.05 slot at the Manipulate Festival focuses on emerging new talent, showcasing the work of a particular artist, followed by a Q&A session.
A wee diamond of a film hewn from Scotland’s coal’s history.
The Manipulate Festival continued on Wednesday night with a doublebill from Priit Pärn.
The Traverse Theatre has been host to the annual manipulate Festival for six of its seven year existence and Monday night saw it kicked off again in great style in the Traverse Bar.
A Valentine's Day, drive-in screening of Top Gun, with Edinburgh Airport providing the backdrop, has been lined up for 1
This is the trailer for the new stop motion film from Edinburgh filmmaker Walid Salhab, director of the acclaimed short film Bra-et Al Rouh.
Winner of a Fringe First Award at this year’s Edinburgh Festival, Feral is the latest production from Edinburgh-based company Tortoise in a Nutshell, in collaboration with Cumbernauld Theatre
Francois Sarhan’s Enough Already is a theatrical revolution. In this multi-arts/media revelation, each one of the many art forms employed, down to the last detail, matters decisively.
This is not a film, it’s an experience and it doesn’t just live up to the hype but in some ways exceeds it.
The French Film Festival UK (7 November to 7 December 2013) is celebrating its coming of age.