On Sept. 18, the people of Scotland vote to decide whether it should become an independent country. Where would a "yes" vote leave its film industry, and its leading movie event, the Edinburgh Intl…
LONDON — Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival line-up, which was unveiled by artistic director Chris Fujiwara Wednesday, includes 156 feature films from 47 countries. The festival, which runs from June 18…
LONDON — Gerard Johnson's thriller "Hyena" will open the Edinburgh Film Festival on June 18. The film stars Peter Ferdinando ("Starred Up") and Stephen Graham ("Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy"), MyAnna…
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LONDON — The Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival, one of the U.K.'s top movie events, is to introduce a Gala section, which will present U.K. premieres of major British and international films. Artistic…
HONG KONG — Nakata Hideo, the Japanese helmer of the "Ring" horror series and "Dark Water," will next direct a remake of Korean sci-fi chiller "Haunters" (pictured). Using the working title…
The Edinburgh Film Festival will kick off a worldwide screening day for documentary "I am Breathing" as part of Global Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Day on June 21.
Producer Bob Last has taken up the role of chair for the Center for the Moving Image, the parent company of the Edinburgh Film Festival and local independent exhib Filmhouse Cinema.
After the nadir of its 2011 edition, the 66th Edinburgh Film Festival opened on a tide of goodwill and closed on a flood of praise that bodes well for its long-term prospects under new artistic…
EDINBURGH -- Chris Fujiwara has renewed his deal as artistic director of the Edinburgh Film Festival for a further three years, after making a successful debut at the 2012 edition.
"Here, Then" by Chinese director Mao Mao won best international feature at the 66th Edinburgh Film Festival, while Penny Woolcock's doc "One Mile Away" took the Michael Powell Award for best British…