Edinburgh News: film
George Lucas's 1971 feature debut THX 1138 has never felt more prescient in its depiction of a future dystopia in which the populace are kept as docile workers by a ruthless authority manifested as fa
RLS Day on 13 November 2015, Edinburgh’s annual celebration of one of its most famous authors Robert Louis Stevenson, is set for its largest programme yet
Autumn treats lie ahead with the second edition of the Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival (ESFF) that will include 11 feature films, 5 documentaries, and 5 shorts.
A locally made film that covers an unsung part of recent Scottish music history has won the coveted audience award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015.
Trailer for documentary Big Gold Dream which looks at the impact of Edinburgh's post-punk music scene.
The film won the Audience Award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015,
With Crystal Moselle's brilliant but disturbing depiction of a uniquely 21st century family grouping The Wolfpack deservedly winning Best Document
He was dubbed Van Gogh’s twin because of his uncanny resemblance to the Dutch painter.
A kaleidoscope of Celtic colours and swirls that is an illuminating delight!
A delightful hour of custom made films for children.
The new Edinburgh International Festival Director Fergus Linehan, today unveiled his first programme with a strong theatrical line-up and a foray into pop.
Whisky Galore - Uisge-Beatha Gu Leòr - is touring Scotland in Spring 2015
Festival Theatre Announces Live Screenings from the National Theatre and Taormina’s Ancient Greek Theatre
The Festival Theatre has announced that it will host live and encore screenings from the National Theatre including new work starring acclaimed British ac
The Edinburgh International Science Festival (4-19 April, 2015) wants visitors to see it as "The Ideas Factory" - a hub for information, ideas and innovation.
A simply sublime evening of animation shorts climaxes with a Skype call to the men of the moment and a live connection to the BAFTA party down at Kensington Palace.
Robert Morgan presented a disturbing selection of animations that were literally made of the stuff of nightmares.
Edinburgh-based Claire Lamond presents an emotional programme of animation shorts that leave you pondering the wider implications of the intimate, often painful, human stories she tells.
The Manipulate Festival is now in its eighth year and its animation strand continues to expand, this year introducing a welcome opportunity to discuss individual screenings with the animators who crea
Stories to prove that anything is possible are pivotal to the 12th Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival (EMFF) (6–8 February).
January can feel bleak and empty when the New Year celebrations are over and the Christmas decorations have once more gone to ground.
Edinburgh has been fortunate that Stan Douglas was able to introduce the exhibition of some of his work at The Fruitmarket Gallery (running til 15 February).