Edinburgh Film Festival

Edinburgh Film Festival - Best and Worst

After the borderline-disastrous 2011 Festival, the 66th Edinburgh Film Festival seems to have found its feet again – to a degree.…
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Film Festival Diary #7 - Brave, A Woman's Revenge, Life Just Is

The 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival wound down yesterday with closing night film Brave...…
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Film Festival: Brave Review

It is entertaining, funny, and even a little touching but this isn't on the same level as Wall-E or Up. …
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Film Festival Diary #6 - Sexual Chronicles of a French Family & More

‘Taboo-busting’ is a phrase that is often heard in connection with Film Festivals...
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Film Festival Diary #5 - Shadow Dancer, Berberian Sound Studio, California Solo

Film Festivals are places for angry movies...
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Film Festival: God Bless America Review

The movie ends up coming across as a lecture, and I began to want to defend its targets even though most of them irritate me too. Couldn’t he just turn the TV off and read a book, anyway?…
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Film Festival Diary #4 - What Is This Film Called Love?, Unconditional

This evening I attended the In Person event being held for Elliott Gould...
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Film Festival Diary #3 - One Mile Away, Flying Blind, Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal

Walking around Edinburgh today it almost felt like there was a Film Festival taking place – an improvement over last year, when even the city’s residents seemed oblivious to the whole thing.…
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Film Festival: Eddie - The Sleepwalking Cannibal Review

I expected to have a good time at “Eddie,” and I did, but I was surprised to find I didn’t have to turn my brain off to do so.…
By Adam Whyte

Edinburgh Festival Diary #2 - Pusher, Lovely Molly, Guinea Pigs, Fred

The 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival is officially under way.
By Adam Whyte