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EIFF 2014: The Anomaly, Review

As soon as ‘The Anomaly’ starts rolling you are engaged. The terrified screams of a young old boy seeing his mother shot …

The EIFF 2014 Programme is HERE!

This week in front of a packed coffee fuelled Filmhouse, Chris Fujiwara Artistic Director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival announced their …

Hawking, Review

Armed with only my Standard Grade Physics certificate and my EIFF Pass today I ventured into the world of Steven Hawking. Expecting …

Edinburgh Filmhouse

EIFF 2013 Programme Revealed

In front of a large gathering of press in Edinburgh’s Filmhouse cinema today artistic director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival Chris …

EIFF 2011 Summery

This years Edinburgh Film Festival was different from the rest, some change was welcome and some a little less. The rumblings of …

EIFF: Perfect Sense, Review

I have to say I was a little tired when I stumbled into the morning screening of Perfect Sense. The film set …

EIFF: Burning Ice, Review

Burning Ice sets out to be a ‘different’ documentary about climate change. Following several celebrities and various artists and designers as they …