Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018

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Princess Emmy (Country: Germany, Belgium, UK; Year: 2018; Director: Piet De Rycker; Writer: Sergio Casci; Stars: Franka Potente, John Hannah, Bella Ramsey, Ruby Barnhill, Franka Potente, John Hannah, Bella Ramsey, Ruby Barnhill)
A young princess with a secret gift is put to the test.
Vitello (Country: Denmark, UK; Year: 2018; Director: Dorte Bengtson; Writer: Kim Fupz Aakeson, Dorte Bengtson, Peder Bille, Mariann Sofiasdóttir, Andrea Winding, Kathrine Kastholm Vimpel, Ida Mule Scott, Emma Tybirk Le Marc, Line Lea Kunø Poulsen, Paul McNeice; Stars: English version voiced by, Doon Mackichan, Michael Basham, Brandon Boyd, Mimi Robertson, John-Paul Hurley)
A young boy goes in search of his dad.
UK premiere
Zombillenium (Country: France, Belgium; Year: 2017; Director: Arthur de Pins, Alexis Ducord; Writer: Alexis Ducord, Arthur de Pins; Stars: Emmanuel Curtil, Alain Choquet, Kelly Marot, Alexis Tomassian, Mathieu Monnaert, Emmanuel Jacomy, Esther Corvez-Beaudoin, Fily Keita, Gilbert Lévy, Hervé Caradec, Claire Beaudoin, Jean-Christophe Quenon, Véronique Ataly, Philippe Leroy, Antoine Fleury)
An inspector unexpectedly joins the ranks of the undead at a theme park - can he save the day and reconnect with his daughter?
UK premiere
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