Puzzle, a ‘wonderfully enjoyable and uplifting’ drama, directed by Marc Turtletaub, is set to open the 72nd edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
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Film Festival: Television viewers will be familiar with the powerful drama Three Girls about the grooming scandal in Rochdale. The three-part series received warm reviews and gave a further boost to the credentials of its Glasgow-born writer Nicole Taylor. She has now been signed up by the Edinburgh International Film Festival as EIFF Screenwriter-in-Residence. The […]
Film festival: Edinburgh International Film Festival enjoyed a sixth successive year of increased attendances, endorsing the decision to run it earlier than the August festivals. More than 53,000 attended over the 12 days. This was the highest figure recorded since the controversial move away from the city’s other main festivals in 2008, when 52,175 people attended events. A […]
Edinburgh International Film Festival: Actor Richard E Grant breezed into the Edinburgh Filmhouse today to promote his part in this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival. He was in the city to talk about his career and promote his role in the black comedy How To Get Ahead In Advertising. He made his name in the now now-iconic […]
Film Festival: A rich selection of Scottish films, filmmakers and acting talent will be a key focus of the 71st Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF). While the opening and closing films capture different portraits of life in Northern England, from romantic drama God’s Own Country to Morrissey portrait, England is Mine, there is a strong Scottish flavour […]