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…
EDINBURGH -- Participants from 47 countries, from Australia to Zimbabwe, are set to make the 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe the largest it's ever been, with the August event skedding 2,695 shows for…
Theater and dance figure prominently in the lineup for the 2012 Edinburgh Festival -- as does a hard-to-categorize nod to the Olympics.
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