Sirin Bryson

Edinburgh International Film Festival conclusion

By Shell and Sirin Bryson It has been a few days since the curtains closed on another epic Film Festival in Edinburgh with the UK premier of Lion King 3D. From the outset, we knew this festival would be a little different than previous years, with the de-emphasis of ‘red carpet’ events in favour of […]

Edinburgh International Film Festival – Our top picks so far

Edinburgh International Film Festival well underway Our Film Festival reviewers Shell and Sirin Bryson have had a busy start to the festival and continue to keep their Edinburgh International Film Festival diary for us. You can read all their film related news and reviews theirĀ End Titles website and follow their live updates and film tipsĀ on […]

Edinburgh International Film Festival diary

The Edinburgh International Film Festival is underway The Edinburgh International Film Festival is coming to an end but there’s still a great buzz about town. Our roving reporters Shell and Sirin Bryson are still managing to squeeze in as much as they can. You can read in depth reviews of the films on their End […]

PREVIEW – Rough Guide to Edinburgh International Film Festival Venues

Rough Guide to the EIFF venues On the edge of Bristo Square, Teviot House (dubbed ‘Festivalhouse@Teviot’ for EIFF) is the new heart of the Film Festival. Throughout the festival you can find many events here, with a public lounge upstairs and the press office buried in the basement. George Square Theatre and Edinburgh Festival Theatre […]

EVENT – Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011

The 65th Edinburgh International Film Festival programme launches By Shell and Sirin Bryson Today film fans had a chance get their hands on the 65th Edinburgh International Film Festival programme at its midday launch. With the promise of a mould-breaking new format, there was a real buzz of excitement picking up the programme. From the […]