Reviews and interviews from Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014.
The Infinite Man Dir. Hugh Sullivan The Infinite Man is the feature debut from writer and director Hugh Sullivan. The scientifically precise Dean, (Josh McConville), returns with his dear love Lana (Hannah Marshall) to […]
Coherence Dir: James Ward Byrkit It could have been a perfectly normal dinner party, where everyone has a fun time and nothing remotely bad happens. Unfortunately, Amir has turned up with Laurie, who used to […]
Set Fire To The Stars Dir: Andy Goddard Dylan Thomas, the legendary Welsh poet, famous for his rhythmic and imaginative verse and for his catastrophic appetite for booze, is the subject of this biopic by […]
Intruders (Jo-nan-ja-deul) Dir. Noh Young-seok Five years from his debut break-out feature, Daytime Drinking, director and writer Noh Young-seok returns with Intruders. Screenwriter, Sang-yin retreats to the countryside from Seoul to put the […]
Dir. Gerard Johnson The Edinburgh International Film Festival is renowned for programming an eclectic mix of domestic and international films and giving a chance to films that might not have an immediate audience. […]
Letter to the King (Brev til Kongen) Dir: Hisham Zaman Having won plaudits for 2013’s Before Snowfall, Kurdish-Norwegian director Hisham Zaman returns with Letter to the King, a sparse and spare human drama that packs […]
Snowpiercer Dir: Bong Joon-ho The fuss and the furore around Snowpiercer has placed a large shadow over the movie itself. Filmed back in 2012, the movie was bought for the western market by the Weinstein […]