EIFF 2012

Edinburgh Film Festival Preview

The programme for the 2012 Edinburgh International Film Festival has been unveiled today, revealing the array of films that will be shown during the 66th year of the annual event….

Palme d’Or

Palme d’Or: The Results

The prize we have all been waiting to hear about – Cannes’ major award, the Palme d’Or – was finally announced just before 6pm today. Perhaps unsurprisingly, given earlier reports,…

Cannes, France

Cannes 2012: Week One

It has been a week since we featured reports coming from the first day of the prestigious Cannes film festival, and it is time to bring you up to date…

Harry Potter

Harry Potter – More?

News headlines today seem to be strangely dominated by The Boy Who Lived – J K Rowling’s famous creation, teenage wizard Harry Potter. Recently it was announced through a mailing…

Cannes, France

Cannes 2012: Day One

A total of twenty-two films are competing for the 65th Palme D’Or this year, all of them by male directors; the yearly film festival at Cannes opened today with a…

Richard Ayoade

Ayoade’s Double Details

Details have been released concerning Richard Ayoade’s latest film ‘Double’, his second outing as a director. Based on a novella by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, the film will follow a character by…

Inside The Script

Film Scripts as E-books

Warner Brothers have announced that they will be releasing classic film scripts as e-books, along with extra details such as production notes, storyboards, and on-set photographs. The announced films so…

The Railway Man

The Railway Man Commences

Filming begins tomorrow (30th April 2012) in Edinburgh for new war film, ‘The Railway Man’. This hotly anticipated adaptation of the best-selling true-life novel by Eric Lomax is riding on the coattails…

Una Noche

Life Imitates Art at Tribeca

The New York Tribeca Film Festival is usually notable for celebrity appearances, film premières and a huge audience who attend thousands of screenings every year. This year’s event, however, has somewhat…

The Hobbit Preview

48fps too much for The Hobbit?

Peter Jackson’s much-anticipated Lord of the Rings prequel, based on the book of the same name, has been attracting buzz over just about every single element of the filming ever…