Somewhat drab dramatisation of a jilted sister
Inventive, thought-provoking and thoroughly modern take on a classic tale
Sub-par performance doesn’t mask obvious talents of combative comic
High-octane stunts show is sure to please children of all ages
Innovative and engaging look at motherhood and mental health
New production company targets old classic in steady return to the Fringe
Physically inventive adaptation of Shakespeare’s most memorable death scenes
Dark and disturbing tale of naive girl corrupted by drug baron abroad
Stunning visuals and strong voice cast can’t save uneven animation
1960s Hollywood, drug lord trophy wives and reflective Spanish directors feature in the August programme
Epic tale of artistic triumph satisfies without stimulating.
Haunted dresses, mafioso footballers and zombified suburbia await in July’s cinematic programme.
Parable about poverty is dripping with symbolism but short on substance
Shape-shifting thriller intrigues more than it emotes
Strong twist can’t paper over plot inconsistencies in taut thriller.
Free-spirited 50-somethings, extra-terrestrial sexuality experiments and Libyan female footballers star in June’s cinematic programme.
Olivia Wilde turns the tables on domestic abusers.
Tonally confused rom-com is lesser than the sum of its parts.
Adorable and illuminating peek into the world of guide dog training.
Tearaway 90s teens, Colombian drug cartels and Icelandic warrior activists feature in May’s programme.
Painfully derivative stuff in the style of a country and western washout.
Strong selection of quirky horror focusing on man and beast.
Gorgeously sparse selection of acoustic songs from folk veteran.
Four-day horror extravaganza rears its head at the Filmhouse once more.