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Preview: The Stoker

The first movie to be distributed by Edinburgh’s leading independent cinema – The Filmhouse.

Interview: Matthew Lenton

Emma Hay talks to Vanishing Point’s Matthew Lenton about doing Shakespeare for the Lyceum, and sticking up for subsidised arts.

Interview: Isabel Mendes

Festival director of Africa in Motion (25 Oct-2 Nov) speaks to us about how African art has skyrocketed over the last ten years.

Interview: Alex Spencer-Jones

Alex Spencer-Jones sheds some light on why Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange has survived for fifty years ahead of her Fringe production.

Interview: Saskwatch

Chat with forthcoming Fringe attractions Saskwatch about coming to Edinburgh and the Soul capital of the South: Melbourne.

Interview: Blythe Duff

Blythe Duff talks to Emma Hay about bullying, nuclear fallout and Arthur’s Seat ahead of her Fringe role at the Traverse.

EIFF 2012: East of the Border

This year’s EIFF makes up for last year’s disappointment as Artistic Director Chris Fujiwara talks about the vast array of Asian films.

Preview: The Chairs

Infusing inspirations from Laurel and Hardy to the Marx Brothers, director Niall Henry has taken a fresh approach to Ionesco’s renowned nonsense play.

EIFF 2012: Galas

Fujiwara has confidently bracketed the festival in between two very different, but eagerly anticipated films.

Preview: Wojtek the Bear

Theatre Objektiv travel to the Scottish Storytelling Centre to tackle the story of Wojtek the Bear.

5 Years of the 48HFP

On the 31st May, Cameo will celebrate its fifth year of hosting the world famous 48 Hour Film Project, with beer and cupcakes…

Dogwoof: May Docs

Dogwoof’s dynamic May season of documentaries spotlights some attention on the lesser known activities from around the world.