Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012

A selection of British films with distinctive voices and something new to say about the state of the country.

View other Edinburgh International Film Festival Films by strand: Animation, Black Box, 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, Shorts, Special Screenings, Spotlight on Shinya Tsukamoto, Spotlight on Wang Bing, Under The Stars

Borrowed Time Borrowed Time
Borrowed Time and No Fixed Abode
Borrowed Time (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Jules Bishop; Writer: Jules Bishop; Stars: Phil Davis, Theo Barklem-Biggs, Juliet Oldfield, Warren Brown, Hammed Animashaun, Perry Benson, Neil Cole, Ted Cozzolino, Andrew Ellis, Joey Fitzgerald, Jumayn Hunter, Lawry Lewin, Katie Stephen)
Low-budget crime drama about two misfits.
No Fixed Abode (NFA) (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Steve Rainbow; Writer: Steve Rainbow; Stars: Patrick Baladi, David Sterne, Saskia Butler, David Proud)
A man wakes up to a homeless nightmare.
Unconditional (Unconditional Love) (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Bryn Higgins; Writer: Sukey Fisher; Stars: Harry McEntire, Christian Cooke,Melanie Hill, Madeleine Clark)
A teenager finds himself in a dangerous relationship with a charismatic older man.

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