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This inaugural festival has been set up to celebrate the best in Scottish and Irish film-making and is set to become an annual event. Jointly organised by the Edinburgh Filmhouse and Consulate of Ireland, it aims to give young film-makers a forum for their work. The inaugural programme includes new films The Rocket Post and Night People and includes also includes older classics, such as My Left Foot. The season runs from October 28 until November 9. Read our full news story on the event.
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Four-and-a-half stories from Edinburgh in search of redemption.
A Scottish cyclist's biopic.
A day in the life of a parking attendant.
Rambling encounters with two Irish vagrants in a soulless urban wasteland.
The story of Brian Keenan and John McCarthy's kidnap in Beirut.
Is a gambler really fighting for his dad - or just trying to win cash to pay off a debt?
New laws against witchcraft trouble three fishwives from North Berwick in 1590.
An insight into the anguish of a young boy in the wake of a tragic accident.
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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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