Edinburgh International Film Festival has announced its Best of the Fest line-up for the last day of the festival on Sunday June 28. Tickets go on sale at noon on Thursday June 26 from the official site.
Artistic director Mark Adams said: “We are thrilled to be able to add a selection of additional screenings for some of the hit and buzz films of this year’s Festival. It is a great chance to catch the films everyone has been talking about.”
Screening at Filmhouse:
12:20 - SCOTTISH MUSSEL: Mussels a-plenty in this Highland comedy from debut director Talulah Riley.
21:10 - THE MESSENGER: Irish actor Robert Sheehan stars in this supernatural thriller.
Screening at Cineworld:
13:30 - (SATURDAY 27) THE ROAD WITHIN: Zoë Kravitz, Dev Patel and Robert Sheehan star in this road-trip tale that unfolds to become a journey of self-discovery
Sunday, June 28:
13:00 - 45 YEARS: Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay in a portrait of a fractured relationship as they head towards their 45th wedding anniversary.
13:10 - SHE’S FUNNY THAT WAY: Peter Bogdanovich’s freewheeling, old-fashioned sex comedy starring Jennifer Aniston, Owen Wilson and Imogen Poots.
13:55 - INSIDE OUT: Disney-Pixar’s latest animated sensation, which introduces you to the little voices inside your head.
15:35 - LEARNING TO DRIVE: Patricia Clarkson and Sir Ben Kingsley star in this charming and genuinely funny study of middle-aged angst directed by Isabel Coixet.
15:45 - THE LEGEND OF BARNEY THOMSON: Robert Carlyle’s directorial debut also stars him as the titular mild-mannered Glasgow barber who accidentally becomes a serial killer.
18:00 - MAGGIE: Schwarzenegger's zombie drama.
18:10 - BIG GOLD DREAM: SCOTTISH POST-PUNK AND INFILTRATING THE MAINSTREAM Scottish post-punk/indie music legends talk about their work in this previously untold story.
18:35 - THE INCIDENT: British psychological drama starring Tom Hughes and Ruta Gedmintas.
20:35 - AMY: Documentary by Asif Kapadia, looking at the life of hugely talented but troubled musician Amy Winehouse.
20:40 - BRAND NEW-U: Acclaimed documentary maker Simon Pummell’s sci-fi thriller.
20:45 - HECTOR: Peter Mullan stars in this study of a man with a tragic past.
20:55 - SWUNG: Comedy of errors starring Downton Abbey’s Elizabeth McGovern.
Screening at Odeon Lothian Road:
15:30 - THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL: A summer of love in 1970’s San Francisco starring Alexander Skarsgård and British newcomer Bel Powley.
18:00 - LOVE AND MERCY: An impressionistic take on the talent that is the Beach Boy’s Brian Wilson, portrayed by Paul Dano and John Cusack at various periods in his life.
20:50 - 13 MINUTES: Oliver Hirschbiegel’s World War II drama about the man who tried to kill Hitler.