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This year's Edinburgh International Film Festival kicked off with controversial William Friedkin film Killer Joe.
Japanese, Chinese and Filipino films featured in dedicated strands and a South American focus took in work from Uruguay, Chile and Argentina. The festival closed with the European premiere of Disney-Pixar's Brave.
View Films by Strand:
- Black Box
- British Scenes
- Directors Showcase
- Films on Film
- Focus on Denmark
- International Competition
- Looking South
- Michael Powell Award Competition
- New Perspectives
- Night Moves
- Philippine New Wave
- Retrospective: Gregory La Cava
- Retrospective: Shinji Somai
- Special Screenings
- Spotlight on Shinya Tsukamoto
- Spotlight on Wang Bing
- Under The Stars
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A qi expert detective is suspicious when a seemingly ordinary paper maker fights off notorious bandits.
A horror anthology based around the theft of an old video tape.
A London drugs dealer finds himself on the wrong side of a ruthless Mr Big. Remake of the 1996 feature.
Triplet of short films, conforming to a fixed 'creative brief'.
In 1994 a 13-year-old boy disappears from his home in San Antonio, Texas, but three and a half years later he is found alive thousands of miles away in Spain with a shocking story of kidnap and torture... but all is not what it seems in this tale that is truly stranger than fiction.
Three generations of a French family and their sex lives.
A teenager finds himself in a dangerous relationship with a charismatic older man.
Snapshot of the life of a widowed octogenarian.
A man wakes up to a homeless nightmare.
Love, death and the meaning of life figure among the preoccupations of a group of uni graduates in London.
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Moving on up Anna Rose Holmer on adolescence, gender identity and self-determination in The Fits.
Scaling the heights with Everest Deauville opening night premiere
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