Felicity Jones and Guy Pearce star in Drake Doremus' Breathe In Felicity Jones and Guy Pearce star in Drake Doremus' Breathe In

The 67th edition of the festival runs from June 19 to 30. It opened with Drake Doremus' film Breathe In, while Disney Pixar's Monsters University kicked-off the education programme.

Festival accolades include the Michael Powell Award for best British film. It has also been announced that the Audience Award has been reinstated this year and will be given for the first time since 2010.

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An African family lost in America travel to a Louisiana church to find a cure for a problem child.
Nae Pasaran
Nae Pasaran
Story of the Scottish factory workers who stood against the military coup in Chile from afar.
Getting On
Getting On
A woman labouring under the weight of housework with no reward, has an unusual visitor.
Mister John
Mister John
A bored Englishman investigating his brother's mysterious death in Singapore falls for his widow and the possibility of a different life.
About Time
About Time
A young man who discovers he can travel in time decides to use it to try and get a girlfriend.
Magic Magic
Magic Magic
A young American starts to unravel on a trip to Chile.
Sink Or Swim
Sink Or Swim
Meditations on swimming and age.
Everyone's Going To Die
Everyone's Going To Die
A world weary criminal and a young German emigre forge an unlikely friendship.
After discovering that their spouses are having an affair, two people decide to have one themselves.
A cop on the verge of retirement gets behind the wheel of his high speed pursuit vehicle one last time to stop a major heist.
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Bringing it home
Max Barron on little British movies and how Everyone's Going To Die.
Frankenstein unbound
Richard Raaphorst on Frankestein's Army.
Making Martin Bonner
Chad Hartigan and Richmond Arquette in conversation
This is Paul Eenhoorn
The Aussie actor talks about his role in This Is Martin Bonner.
Edinburgh Film Festival announces programme
New strands include Not Another Teen Movie and American Dreams
Fishing for truth
Eric Steel talks about Megan Boyd documentary Kiss The Water
Reaching For The Moon
Bruno Barreto on his poetic tale of love.
Shakespeare at play
Matías Piñeiro discusses Viola.
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Frances Ha, Passion but no De Palma, Tabu and Miguel Gomes raises a toast.

Edinburgh International Film Festival News

EIFF award winners announced
A World Not Ours wins International Competition.
Edinburgh International Film Festival opening night 2013
Drake Doremus' film kicks off 67th edition.
Bong Joon-Ho to head EIFF jury
South Korean director to lead scrutiny of International Feature Competition
Breathe In to open Edinburgh Film Festival
European premiere of Drake Doremus' film will kick off 67th edition.
Edinburgh International Film Festival drops Cameo
64-year-old independent cinema "not compliant with standards."
EIFF kicks off global Motor Neurone Awareness Day
Festival to screen documentary I Am Breathing as part of worldwide collaboration.
Edinburgh announces Grémillon retrospective
EIFF also reinstates Audience Award for 2013 edition.

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