EIFF selects Best of the Fest

Popular films to get further screenings.

by Jennie Kermode

Maggie's Plan, part of this year's Best of the Fest
Maggie's Plan, part of this year's Best of the Fest

This year's Edinburgh International Film Festival has revealed its Best of the Fest selection. These films, each of which proved a big hit with its festival audiences, will get extra screenings on Sunday 26 June at Edinburgh's Filmhouse, Cineworld and Odeon. All screenings are £7.00.

The Best of the Fest line-up:-

  • Ithaca - 11.05 at Cineworld
  • The Carer - 12.10 at Filmhouse
  • Away - 12.45 at Odeon
  • Olive Tree - 12.55 at Cineworld
  • Maggie's Plan - 13:20 at Cineworld
  • The First Monday In May - 15.30 at Cineworld
  • Hunt For The Wilderpeople - 18.20 at Filmhouse
  • Moon Dogs - 20.25 at Cineworld
  • Belladonna of Sadness - 20.30 at Odeon
  • Mr Right - 20.30 at Cineworld
  • Highlander - 20.45 at Cineworld

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