Bite sized treats
by Andrew Robertson
We look forward to the Glasgow Short Film Festival
Creative spirit
by Andrew Robertson
Haifaa Al-Mansour takes a feminist perspective on Mary Shelley
A right royal victory
by Andrew Robertson
Inside the Glasgow Short Film Festival awards ceremony
Short but sweet
by Andrew Robertson
We report on the opening of this year's Glasgow Short Film Festival
Five women to watch
by Anne-Katrin Titze, Amber Wilkinson, Andrew Robertson, Jennie Kermode
Rebecca Miller, Chloé Zhao, Céline Sciamma, Susanna Nicchiarelli and Ana Lily Amirpour
Love and tyranny
by Andrew Robertson
We report from the world première of Super November
Good things in small packages
by Andrew Robertson
What's coming up at the Glasgow Short Film Festival 2018
Inside the Glasgow Short Film Festival
by Andrew Robertson
Awards news and more from Scotland's biggest annual celebration of short film.
THX 1138 revisited
by Andrew Robertson
Asian Dub Foundation take on a classic.
Short but sweet
by Andrew Robertson
GSFF diary: inside the closing ceremony with award winners James Price and Duncan Cowles.
Opening shots
by Andrew Robertson
GSFF diary: Tarkovsky, vertical cinema, and a great new home.
Coming soon
by Jennie Kermode, Amber Wilkinson, Anne-Katrin Titze, Andrew Robertson
Our pick of the best independent films coming up in 2015.
Undistributed gems
by Amber Wilkinson, Anton Bitel, Rebecca Naughten, Michael Pattison, Andrew Robertson
The Eye For Film team pick some of their favourite films from the the festival circuit that have yet to find a UK distributor.
Eye For Books
by Jennie Kermode, Andrew Robertson
Elizabeth Taylor, Spike Lee's America, Alfred Hitchcock's America and The Art Of Rise Of The Guardians.
Eye for Books
by Jennie Kermode and Andrew Robertson
We look at four new volumes exploring cinematic controversies.
Top 50
by Jennie Kermode, Amber Wilkinson, Scott Macdonald, Anton Bitel, Andrew Robertson, George Williamson, Severine, James Benefield, James Gracey, Val Kermode, Steve Harwood, Max Crawford
Eye For Film's pick of the best films of the last decade.
Eye For Books
by Susanna Krawczyk, Jennie Kermode and Andrew Robertson
We review the latest Twilight goodies, The Horror Film Quiz Book and Martin Scorsese's America.
Eye For Books
by Andrew Robertson
We review 10,000 Ways To Die and the Star Wars Fandex
Eye For Books
by Jennie Kermode and Andrew Robertson
We cast our eye over three new releases: Movie Speak, Paris Movie Walks, and The History Of Independent Cinema.
Around the world in 24 hours
by Amber Wilkinson, Andrew Robertson and Scott Macdonald
The best of international cinema on day two at Edinburgh.
Boll's Sabotage
by Andrew Robertson
In part two of our exclusive interview, the director talks about his upcoming projects.
Uwe Boll goes Postal
by Andrew Robertson
The controversial director talks about his return to comedy and the absurdity of war in the first part of our exclusive interview.
The truth is out there
by Andrew Robertson
As the latest X-Files film hits the big screen, we examine conspiracy theories in the movies.
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