67th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival runs June 19-30.
The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has confirmed the return of the Student Critics Jury for a second year.
World premiere of comedy starring Doctor Who’s Karen Gillan selected as the closing film of the 67th Edinburgh International Film Festival.
After a 2011 edition plagued with problems, the Edinburgh International Film Festival is back this year with an eclectic line-up and a renewed focus on British and upcoming talent. Screen talks to the festival’s new artistic director Chris Fujiwara - and the industry - about how the 66th edition (June 20-July 1) is shaping up.
As the 65th edition of the EIFF closes with bad buzz, the UK film industry calls for a strong artistic director and a move back to August.
Dir: Penny Woolcock. UK. 2012. 90mins
Dir/scr: Peter Strickland UK. 2012. 92mins
Dir: John Roberts. UK. 2012. 100mins
Dir: Katarzyna Klimkiewicz. UK. 2012. 93 mins
Dir/scr: Maja Borg. UK-Sweden. 2012. 93mins
Dir: Isabel de Ocampo. Spain. 2012. 96mins