EDINBURGH -- The 66th Edinburgh Film Festival opened Wednesday night with William Friedkin's provocative thriller "Killer Joe," which dished up a feast of graphic nudity and violence for the…
After last year's PR disaster, the Edinburgh Film Festival is bidding to revive its fortunes under a new artistic director, New York-born critic Chris Fujiwara, and a new CEO, former Scottish Screen…
EDINBURGH -- The 66th Edinburgh Film Festival will close with the European premiere of Disney-Pixar's Scottish-themed animation "Brave" on June 30.
The Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival has reinstated several major awards, including best international feature by an emerging director, the Michael Powell Award for best British feature and best…
This year's Edinburgh Film Festival will premiere around 100 new features, after shrinking its program to about 60 films last year.
Scottish producer Iain Smith will become the next chair of the Edinburgh Film Festival.
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