Laurent Tirard has created a film about the nostalgia of childhood that is accessible for children and adults alike.
Under the Stars’ mix of children’s favourites and classics is the way film should be: free, fun, and for everyone.
Saving your wallet after the disappointing ticket offers at this year’s EIFF are the many free events.
New Perspectives section goes global to include documentaries on Egypt and films on Texan roller derbies.
Infusing inspirations from Laurel and Hardy to the Marx Brothers, director Niall Henry has taken a fresh approach to Ionesco’s renowned nonsense play.
Mia Hansen-Løve’s clearly autobiographical film is a fairly plotless tale of a young girl’s first romance.
Theatre Objektiv travel to the Scottish Storytelling Centre to tackle the story of Wojtek the Bear.
This year’s Edinburgh International Magic Festival once again unveils a spectacular line up from eight countries.
The tagline ‘This is what democracy looks like’ couldn’t be more ironic for Tim Price’s unsuccessful Occupy play.
A heart-warming tale with some touchingly funny moments by first time feature director Edoardo Leo.
Whedon and Goddard have created a truly unique play on horror movie conventions.
Newly appointed AD Orla O’Loughlin tackles Tim Price’s text on loss and giref at the Traverse this April.
After some dodgy remakes of other 80s shows, Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s film is a lively and welcome change.