Karen Gillan and James Cosmo become EIFF patrons
by Amber Wilkinson - 28 Jun 2015
Big Gold Dream wins Audience Award as festival draws to close.
45 Years wins Michael Powell at EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 26 Jun 2015
The Diary Of A Teenage Girl takes international prize
EIFF announces Best Of The Fest
by Amber Wilkinson - 25 Jun 2015
Hector, Inside Out an Amy among films getting additional screenings.
Patrick Macnee dies
by Jennie Kermode - 25 Jun 2015
An original Avenger bows out.
Cherry Tree to open Frightfest
by Jennie Kermode - 25 Jun 2015
16th edition of horror event gets ready to go.
In top Gere for Karlovy Vary
by Richard Mowe - 22 Jun 2015
American Gigolo icon to receive career honour.
Nice 'do kicks off EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 18 Jun 2015
Stars out for absurdist serial killing barber flick The Legend Of Barney Thomson
Scottish Film Summit held in Edinburgh
by Jennie Kermode - 17 Jun 2015
Event explores industry concerns and ambitions.
John Hurt reveals cancer diagnosis
by Jennie Kermode - 16 Jun 2015
75 year old star is optimistic about treatment.
Ron Moody dies
by Amber Wilkinson - 11 Jun 2015
Oliver! star was 91.
Christopher Lee dies
by Jennie Kermode - 11 Jun 2015
Acting legend passes away aged 93
British stars conquer Broadway
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 08 Jun 2015
UK actors take three quarters of Tony play acting awards.
A British invasion on Broadway
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 07 Jun 2015
The Tony Awards bring British film and theatre stars and Broadway together.
Richard Johnson dies at 87
by Amber Wilkinson - 06 Jun 2015
Radiator star passes away after short illness.
Bob Last quits Edinburgh International Film Festival
by Amber Wilkinson - 06 Jun 2015
Chair steps down ahead of 69th edition.
EIFF announces juries
by Amber Wilkinson - 05 Jun 2015
Karen Gillan, Natascha McElhone and Jessica Hynes among guests attending.
Accent on youth in Karlovy Vary
by Richard Mowe - 02 Jun 2015
Festival unveils 50th anniversary bumper programme.
Scotland to have film expert panel
by Jennie Kermode - 29 May 2015
New group will advise government on support for industry.
London Film Festival announces short film award
by Amber Wilkinson - 28 May 2015
12 films will be selected for inaugural competition.
East End Film Festival announces line-up
by Amber Wilkinson - 28 May 2015
London showcase to open with One Crazy Thing.
Wim Wenders reveals his new project
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 28 May 2015
Les Beaux Jours d’Aranjuez has commenced shooting in France.
Edinburgh Film Festival announces line-up
by Amber Wilkinson - 27 May 2015
Guests include Ewan McGregor, Jane Seymour, Malcolm McDowell and Johnnie To.
Audiard nabs Cannes Palme d’Or
by Richard Mowe - 24 May 2015
Dheepan opens eyes to troubles of the world.
Rams takes top prize in Un Certain Regard
by Richard Mowe - 24 May 2015
The High Sun and Journey To The Shore also celebrated.
Critics pick their winners in Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 23 May 2015
Hungary, India and Argentina lead the way.
Serpent scores in Cannes Directors’ Fortnight
by Richard Mowe - 22 May 2015
Prizes awarded in run-up to closing weekend.
Canine cuts it in Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 22 May 2015
Arabian Nights star takes Palm Dog.
Film4Climate at Cannes Film Festival
by Anne-Katrin Titze - 22 May 2015
Industry heads pledge to reduce environmental impact of film.
Paulina takes top prize at Cannes Critics' Week
by Amber Wilkinson - 22 May 2015
Land And Shade also celebrates double win.
Putting their foot in it
by Jennie Kermode - 19 May 2015
Cannes insists female guests wear high heels.
Scottish filmmakers come to fore at EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 19 May 2015
Edinburgh announces homegrown titles and special events.
The Coens start Cannes jury duty
by Richard Mowe - 13 May 2015
Looking at how to choose the winners.
Margaret Tait Award winner announced
by Amber Wilkinson - 13 May 2015
Glasgow-based artist receives £10,000 commission
Could Hollywood face inquiry into sexist hiring practices?
by Jennie Kermode - 13 May 2015
ACLU says treatment of female directors violates their civil rights.
Honorary Cannes Palme for Agnès Varda
by Richard Mowe - 13 May 2015
Veteran director with “global impact”.
Iona to close Edinburgh Film Festival 2015
by Amber Wilkinson - 11 May 2015
Shell director Scott Graham returns to festival.
Doc/Fest announces titles
by Amber Wilkinson - 07 May 2015
Two events to open 22nd edition.
Abu Dhabi Film Festival discontinued
by Amber Wilkinson - 07 May 2015
Media Zone Authority plans to refocus on other initiatives after eight editions.
Sabine becomes Madame President
by Richard Mowe - 05 May 2015
Cannes Camera d’Or jury named.
Robert Carlyle directorial debut to open EIFF
by Amber Wilkinson - 05 May 2015
The Legend Of Barney Thomson will world premiere at 69th edition.
Argentinian films shine at D'A Festival
by Rebecca Naughten - 04 May 2015
About 12 and The Fire take top prizes.
Seattle announces full line-up
by Amber Wilkinson - 01 May 2015
41st edition to screen 450 films, including 49 world premieres.
Saving the planet in Cannes
by Richard Mowe - 30 Apr 2015
Closing title from Penguins director.
Cannes honours documentary tradition
by Richard Mowe - 29 Apr 2015
New prize established across all sections.
Jubilee celebrations at Karlovy Vary
by Richard Mowe - 28 Apr 2015
Czech festival gets ready for landmark anniversary.
Virgin Mountain takes top prize at Tribeca
by Amber Wilkinson - 27 Apr 2015
Hat-trick for Icelandic drama.
Action as Irons and Tornatore shoot in Scotland
by Richard Mowe - 27 Apr 2015
Location filming in Edinburgh.
Last crop of Cannes contenders
by Richard Mowe - 23 Apr 2015
Nicloux, Noé, Franco and Mendoza join the throng.
Marceau, Miller and Gyllenhaal on Cannes jury
by Richard Mowe - 22 Apr 2015
Coens find their seven colleagues.
Final Cannes cut from Directors’ Fortnight
by Richard Mowe - 21 Apr 2015
Saulnier, Garrel, Desplechin, Van Dormael, Ayouch make the mix.
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