All posts tagged "EIFF"

  • Jurassic Park IMAX 3D Review

    Director: Steven Spielberg Starring: Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Wayne Knight, Richard Attenborough, Bob Peck Certificate: PG Running Time: 127 minutes Synopsis: During a preview...

  • Motor Neurone Doc ‘I Am Breathing’ To Premiere At EIFF

    We have the official press release giving details of the premiere of Motor Neurone documentary, I AM BREATHING, which will debut at the Edinburgh Film...

  • EIFF 2012: Interviews From The Brave Red Carpet

    After twelve days at the Edinburgh International Film Festival that included offerings from Taiwan to Brazil to Denmark, BRAVE may have seemed like a rather...

  • EIFF 2012: God Bless America

    A perfect remedy to the amount of subtitled and slow burn films on offer, Bobcat Goldthwait’s GOD BLESS AMERICA is a sublime slice of dark...

  • EIFF 2012: Sexual Chronicles Of A French Family

    Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr’s SEXUAL CHRONICLES OF A FRENCH FAMILY does exactly what it says on the tin. And, with it very obvious what...

  • EIFF 2012: Shadow Dancer and Small Creatures

    After losing her younger brother due to political crossfire, Colette McVeigh’s (Andrea Riseborough) life remains steeped in violence and uncertainty when we rejoin her in...

  • EIFF 2012: Flying Blind and Unconditional

    Appearing to start off as a big budget version of Spooks, FLYING BLIND introduces us to lecturer and aeronaut, Frankie, played sincerely by Helen McCrory....

  • EIFF 2012: Leave It On The Track and Young Dudes

    After the rather intense subject matter of THE IMPOSTER and KILLER JOE, the World Premiere of Benjamin Pascoe’s roller derby documentary LEAVE IT ON THE...

  • EIFF 2012: Killer Joe, The Imposter and Fred

    Day 2 in Edinburgh saw the European premiere of William Friedkin’s KILLER JOE and the opportunity to talk to both director and one of the...

  • EIFF 2012: Girimunho, Pusher and Mirage

    The 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival boasts a mind-boggling amount of films, with seventy-six UK premieres in its midst of one hundred and twenty-one new...