A look ahead to the Oscar nom-heavy setlist at the Edinburgh Filmhouse.
A look ahead to January 2018 releases at the Filmhouse.
Sneak preview of the 10 releases on offer at independent Edinburgh cinemas this December.
Train murders, Scouse romances and Burmese migrants top the billing at the Filmhouse this month.
A sneak preview of some of the highlights from the forthcoming festival.
A cinematic celebration of one of Europe’s most significant countries, the Play Poland festival is now bigger than ever.
A guide to the highlights and hidden gems showing in this year’s festival at the Glasgow Film Theatre and Edinburgh Filmhouse.
The first movie to be distributed by Edinburgh’s leading independent cinema – The Filmhouse.
Loach’s latest feature-length documentary gives a fascinating glimpse of Britain’s immediate post-war history.
Callum Madge catches up with the programmer for the Middle Eastern Film Festival, James McKenzie.
A wonderful selection of films with such a wide scope they give a unique and provocative evening of cinema.
Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut is a finely-crafted, comedic meditation on the process of aging and the redemptive power of art
A film that is sure to unsettle but it does so in the most subtle and stunning ways.
Festival director of Africa in Motion (25 Oct-2 Nov) speaks to us about how African art has skyrocketed over the last ten years.
An unmissable opportunity to witness passionate and progressive filmmaking deep from the heart of Japanese anime.
A bleak and excruciatingly honest portrait of the ‘Rainbow Nation’.
Ad hoc solutions aside, this is an informative and entertaining debate on the nature of progress.
Director Michael Palm talks to us about his Low Definition Control, the idea of fear and film’s power to document it all.
A rare opportunity for Friedkin fans and film aficionados alike to exorcise those curious Q&A demons.
This year’s EIFF makes up for last year’s disappointment as Artistic Director Chris Fujiwara talks about the vast array of Asian films.