— 40th EDINBURGH
Opening Gala Sat 9 at Playhouse Jean Jacques (Diva) Beineix's
BETTY BLUE (to)
Most performances take place at l-Tlmhouse, 88
Lothian Road. Seven screenings per day starting at 2.30pm. Highlights (correct at the time of going to
press) from the ﬁrst week include: Bob Hoskins and Michael Caine in Neil Jordan's dazzling MONA LISA (SunIO).
" Jim (Stranger Than Paradise) Jarmusch's
DOWN BY LAW (Mon 1 1) with Tom Waits. Bill Sherwood's refreshingly honest gay movie PARTTNG GLANCES (Tue 12). Ingmar Bergman at work in THE FANNY AND ALEXANDER DOCUMENT (Tue 12). The acclaimed Polish NO END (Wed 13). 1 woman and 3 men in Spike Lee's SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT (Wed 13).
' 'L. The outstanding FLIGHT NORTH based
on the novel by Klaus Mann (Thu 14).
Two Irishmen with a bizarre show-biz
ambition in EAT THE PEACH (Fri 15).
' Sexual awakening in a Swiss mountain
family in ALPINE FIRE (Sat 16). Tom Conti and Helen Mirren in Charles Gormley's HEAVENLY PURSUITS (Sat 16).
" Fellini's GINGER AND FRED (Sun 17) Erich von Stroheim's silent classic GREED
with live orchestra (Sun 24 & Mon 25)
Full details of all performances are only available in the Official Programme Magazine, price £1 .50
(add 50p p&p), on sale at Filmhouse, Festival venues and main city newsagents.
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THE WOBBLY SPANKY. BOTTY SHOW
MARCOS LEISURE CENTRE (Venue 98) Aug 10th — 23rd at 10pm
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18 The List 8- 21 August