Best Of The Fest
Scots to take part in Cameo and Filmhouse, Sun 24 Aug. , The 51st Edinburgh International Film Festival draws to a close, but not before a live debate on the highlights of the past two weeks have a final shot on screen. Critics’ raves, devolution.
audience favourites and other films championed by the Festival’s programmers —
all in a single-day sitting. If you’ll be voting in the
referendum but will be in London on September 7 - or can travel - ring David Sayer on
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Gala Shorts Mix (86 rriins, * i 1: iii) A selection of short films with a more mainstream approach 6pm.
The Ice Storm (1 12 mins, 4: i s *) Sigourney Weaver and KeVin Kline star in Ang Lee’s detailed depiction of
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Junk Mail i83 iriins, t i * iv M A It'IaflOtlS, ultra-sleaXy tale of an Oslo
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: Ulmer's fate-haunted, minimalist ilIlll frustration and apathy in a beautifully
NOW is authentic pulp fiction 3 30pm. Every Lime Thing HOS pliir-toiiraphed rural French town. 3pm.
mins, * vr * s «i The inmates of a French psychiatric hospital put on their
annual stage show iii a heart-breaking STAR RATINGS and hair-raising documentary. 5 30pm '
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