Justin Edgar's third feature is amusing, appealingly performed and sensibly brief.
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Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.
A coolly composed, quietly impressive character study anchored by Aidan Gillen's tremendous performance as a disconsolate family man.
A trifling comedy about writer's block that aims for a blend of Richard Curtis-style cheeriness and arch literary satire.
This good, middlebrow adaptation of John Banville's Booker Prize-novel sacrifices structural intricacy for Masterpiece-style emotional accessibility.
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.
Edinburgh Film Festival artistic director Chris Fujiwara is bringing back the audience award this year, after reintroducing the Michael Powell Award for best new British feature in 2012.
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…
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