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This year's Bootleg Film Festival will be held in the Banshee Labyrinth in Edinburgh, with ten features and 56 shorts screening over a packed three-day weekend. It will include the première of Pale Horse by festival founder Tom Wilton, plus a special screening of Rob Savage's underground hit Strings, introduced by the director himself. All films are free to attend but restricted to over-18s.
The festival runs from 22 to 24 March.
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A Judge prepares for retirement in Mega City One - and for a new, still more dangerous life beyond it.
A man who has wasted his life playing video games is approached by sinister strangers who ask why it shouldn't be taken away and given to someone more deserving.
A supply teacher is determined simply to survive his first day at a new school.
A teenager left to roam the streets by his heroin-addicted mother dicovers he has a remarkable gift.
As a man turns out he lights and closes his business premises for the night, he gets the feeling that something is watching him from the shadows.
Awakening after a dimly remembered one night stand, Tom can't shake the feeling that something terrible has happened - or is about to happen.
Flatmates who never meet communicate entirely through the written word.
As the last page of The Steadfast Tin Soldier is missing, a little girl has to dream its ending.
A documentary tracking global hitchhikers as they discuss what travel means to them.
On a barren planet, the last remaining human strives to implant dna and seed new life in the universe before it's too late.
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