EIFF 2011 call for submissions

13.11.10
Submissions for the 65th Edinburgh International Film Festival are now open. You can submit online here, by post (download the postal submission form on the site) or else via the submission platform Withoutabox. The submission deadlines are: Earlybird Rate – Monday 13 December 2010, Regular Rate – Monday 31 January 2011, Late Rate – Monday 14 February 2011. All deadlines are postal deadlines, therefore your film has to have been posted to ...
The Truth of Illusion – animated documentary and theory by Samantha Moore

11.11.10
An Eyeful of Sound © Samantha Moore, funded by the Wellcome Trust Samantha Moore reflects on three recent conferences - Visible Evidence, documentary studies conference, Bogazici University, Istanbul August 2010; Animation Evolution (Society for Animation Studies conference), Edinburgh School of Art July 2010; and American Synesthesia Association conference 2010, Vanderbilt University, Nashville USA October 2010. Animated documentaries are apparently seen by the wider film theory community as an anamorphic ...
Kim Knowles

18.10.10
Point Line Plane, Simon Payne APEngine talks to Kim Knowles, about how she first got interested in the avant-garde, her Diversions project, and her programming for Edinburgh Film Festival’s Black Box. How did your film education start? My early film education was quite shocking. Those people that go, “Oh yes, my parents took me to the cinema when I was six and the first film I saw ...
Edinburgh International Film Festival is open for submissions

08.01.10
The 64th EIFF will take place from 16 – 27 June 2010 in Edinburgh. The Festival is internationally regarded as a focus for discovery, a celebration of cinema, a centre of debate and a catalyst for new films. EIFF is committed to screening high quality new short and feature film and video work in all genres from around the world. There are three ways to submit ...
REWIND at Stills: DVD Launch & Performance of In Two Minds by Kevin Atherton

14.10.09
Kevin Atherton, In Two Minds Date: Thursday 22 October 7pm | Location : Edinburgh Edinburgh’s Stills is marking the launch of REWIND + PLAY – a DVD documenting key works from the first decade of artist’s video practice in the UK – with a free performance of Kevin Atherton’s In Two Minds. A two monitor installation first exhibited in the Serpentine Gallery, London in 1978, the work ...