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Festival Preview
19 Oct 2014
East Winds Festival
East Winds, the festival that showcases the best of East Asian cinema returns for another year.

DVD Review
12 Oct 2014
Moebius (뫼비우스 [2013])
The latest film from Korean art house director Kim Ki-duk, Moebius shows a savage family dissection.

Film Review
9 Oct 2014
'71 (2014)
A new soldier finds himself in a deeply dangerous situation in this tense thriller.

Retrospective
6 Oct 2014
Jim Jarmusch Retrospective
A look at the early works of Jim Jarmusch - cinema's rock 'n' roll creator of cool.

DVD Review
5 Oct 2014
Saints and Soldiers: The Void (2014)
The war is over but does everyone know? Ryan Little's film is set at the close of WWII.

Film Review
2 Oct 2014
Gone Girl (2014)
A missing Mrs in David Fincher's latest mystery.

DVD Review
1 Oct 2014
Lesson of Evil (2012)
School savagery and serial killing abound in film from the brilliant bad boy of Japanese cinema Miike Takashi.

Competition
29 Sep 2014
Win a Copy of Hayao Miyazaki's Final Film - The Wind Rises
Win a copy of Hayao Miyazaki's final film on DVD as well as the Studio Ghibli Kamera Book.

DVD Review
27 Sep 2014
Goltzius and the Pelican Company (2014)
Peter Greenaway's visually and aurally resplendent exploration of the emerging of the career of Hendrik Goltzius.

DVD Review
21 Sep 2014
Of Horses and Men (Hross í oss 2013)
Love, sadness and humour in a small community in this wonderfully different film from Iceland.

DVD Review
15 Sep 2014
Only Lovers Left Alive (2014)
Love can last for centuries, at least if you are careful, in Jim Jarmusch's hip undead romance.

DVD Review
15 Sep 2014
Wolf Creek 2 (2013)
A return to the outback in the gore-laden sequel to Wolf Creek. Mick Taylor returns and even the kangaroos aren't safe, in front of trucks or in songs...

DVD Review
7 Sep 2014
Evil Feed (2014)
Evil Feed is an on-line horror martial arts cannibalism comedy. Does that whet your appetite?

Book Review
29 Aug 2014
The Art of Screenplays - A Writer's Guide by Robin Mukherjee
Approaching the art of screenplay writing from a very different perspective.

DVD Review
28 Jul 2014
Behind the Camera (2012)
Drama? Documentary? Comedy? Or a unique insight into the celebrity world of actors and creators in the South Korean film industry. You decide ...

DVD Review
27 Jul 2014
Half of a Yellow Sun (2013)
Moving drama about relationships in a time of civil war in Nigeria, in Biyi Bandele's emotional debut.

Book Review
20 Jul 2014
Writing for Television Series, Serials and Soaps by Yvonne Grace
Learn to write for millions of viewers in the popular world of television serials and soaps.

DVD Review
14 Jul 2014
Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets (2014)
Pulp, the band, the documentary. Successful? Or does it fail like common people do?

Film Review
3 Jul 2014
The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared (2014)
Historical and hysterical dark comedy from Sweden.

Film Review
27 Jun 2014
Stations of the Cross (Kreuzweg [2014])
A story filmed using only fourteen long shots, from director Dietrich Brüggemann.

Film Review
26 Jun 2014
Garnet's Gold (2014)
A fascinating and moving documentary from director Ed Perkins.

Film Review
25 Jun 2014
Coherence and the Infinite Man
Nathanael Smith reports on two low-budget sci-fi films screening at Edinburgh

DVD Review
23 Jun 2014
Pluto (2012)
High school horrors created by clandestine school societies.

Film Review
20 Jun 2014
N: The Madness of Reason (2014)
A dream without borders, a spiritual odyssey through West Africa

Film Review
19 Jun 2014
Medeas (2013)
Nathanael Smith reviews Medeas, showing at the Edinburgh Film Festival





 


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