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By PHIL MILLER ONE of Scotland's biggest arts festivals, the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF), is to advertise for a co- artistic director this weekend.
A low budget film shot in the streets of Portobello and Leith by an Edinburgh student, which was selected to be shown in Venice, was snubbed at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
By Tin Cornwell EVENTS supremo Peter Irvine celebrated his birthday in the woods above Tyninghame Beach at the weekend. The invitations said simply A Summer Party, with no indication of whose, and the discreet signs to the East Lothian beach path read, cryptically, 21:48.
By Senay Boztas 'Best work' goes unseen while giant blockbusters thrive Brian Cox, the Emmy-winning actor, criticised the film industry yesterday for failing to push independent movies, and spoke of his fear that his "best work" may go unrecognised.
By DAVID ROSS HIGHLAND CORRESPONDENT NO GOWNS, no tuxedos and fairy cakes being handed out at the grand opening. It was plain to see that the opening yesterday of the world's first "hand-knitted" film festival was a far cry from the usual Hollywood glamour.
By JOHN ROSS WITH no red carpet, paparazzi or glitzy after-show party, and not even a cinema, Scotland's latest film festival is by no means conventional.
By John Ross WITH no red carpet, paparazzi or glitzy after-show party, and not even a cinema, Scotland's latest film festival is by no means conventional.
By Teddy Jamieson I SUSPECT the one-page programme for The Ballerina Ballroom Cinema of Dreams was artfully designed to look like it's been thrown together, rather than actually being just thrown together. (The fact there's a John Byrne poster on the back cover might be a bit of a giveaway.
By Susan Mansfield It's long been overshadowed as a festival city, but things are finally looking up in Aberdeen, writes SUSAN MANSFIELD IN ONE OF SCOTLAND'S BIG CITIES, A festival is just beginning.
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