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25a DUNDAS STREET EDINBURGH EH3 6QQ tel 031 556 0079 Monday to Friday 9am~9pm Saturday 9am-7pm Sunday l2naon-6pm
SATURDAY 8th AUGUST 4115i OPENING GALA, PLAYHOUSE THEATRE
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Also: BRAND NEW DAY - the world premiere of a new film featuring Eurythmics in Japan on the “Revenge” Tour
THE BELLY OF AN ARCHITECT - Peter Greenaway's follow-up to A Zed and Two Noughfs with Brian Dennehy WISH YOU WERE HERE - David Leland s seaside tale with Emily Lloyd and Tom Belle THE LOVE CHILD - an affectionate South London comedy starring Peter Capaldi and Sheila Hancock WITHNAIL AND I - back to 1967 with Paul McGann and Richard E Grant THE LAST OF ENGLAND - a new film by Derek Jarman THE MAGIC TOYSHOP - Angela Carter's stary brought to life by Davrd Wheatley
ARIA - Russell, Roeg. Godard, Altman, Roddam, Berestrd. Sturridge, Temple and Bryden at the Opera
HELLRAISER - a film by master horror writer Clive Barker THE JOURNEY - Peter Watkins 14-hour global nuclear report Plus BEVERLY HILLS COP II; The Taviani Brothers‘ GOOD MORNING, BABYLON, a programme of new
Soviet Cinema; Walter Hill's EXTREME PREJUDICE, RIVER'S EDGE. "the best and boldest American film this year". Jonathan Demme's SWIMMING TO CAMBODIA; Wayne Wang‘s SLAM DANCE. ..the list goes on.
Tickets go on sale at Filmhouse. 88 Lothian Road, Edinburgh from 28m July. Box Office 031-228 2088. Full details of all screenings are in the Film Festival Programme, price £1.50 from F ilrnhouse and other venues.
The List 24 July — 6 August 9