Edinburgh News: film
A preview of some of the films that are going to be screening at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June.
Hollywood is aflutter as the master of camp's predicted failure has nudged Iron Man 3 off the top spot with this fourth take on the theme of doomed, star-crossed lovers.
Long before NASA scientist James Hansen brought the spectre of climate change to the mainstream with
Glasgow set romcom Not Another Happy Ending will close this June's Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Edinburgh wouldn't be the same without the Edinburgh International Festival.
Treats lie in store for EIF-goers this year from Shakespeare's Coriolanus backed by Chinese heavy metal bands to a production of Hamlet that interacts with Richard Burton's 1964 Broadway version; f
The programme for the Edinburgh International Festival was announced today. Here's the EIF's video preview of what's coming up in August.
The 25th Edinburgh International Science Festival (23 March-7 April) will be opening its doors in the evening with a serie
When the hog-tied, naked bodies of three eight-year old boy scouts were discovered at the bottom of a ditch in 1993 it didn’t take long for the local authorities in the small town of West Mem
Foot tapping foxtrot palm court music fills the theatre space. The screen holds a cloudscape with a hoop of a moon hinting at a host of possibilities.
Consuming Spirits is an absorbing experimental animation film, painstakingly and meticulously constructed by its creator, Chris Sullivan, over a 15 year period.
In 2007, National Geographic photographer James Balog set out to capture man-made global warming in action.
There’s a point early on in off-beat romcom Silver Linings Playbook where the protagonist, Pat, who has been feverishly reading Ernest Hemingway’s "A Farewell To Arms" through
The French Film Festival was first launched in Scotland in 1992 as a fairly small event taking place in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Eric Lomax, who wrote movingly about his experiences of being tortured as a Japanese POW and his subsequent reconcilation with one of his torturers, died on Monday at the age of 93.
Surviving Progress, a Canadian documentary by Mathieu Roy and Harold Crooks (who will be attending the Filmhouse screening), provides a series of thought-provoking interviews with leading thinkers
The Edinburgh International Festival, which ends tonight with the traditional, explosive finale of the