The Oscars are broken but amidst all of the negativity and controversy, it’s worth remembering why they matter in the first place.
As 2015 comes to a close and we head into 2016, it’s time to take a look back at the top 20 films of the year.
Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne were in Edinburgh to discuss their new romantic comedy We’ll Never Have Paris.
Michael Dowd, subject of the thrilling new documentary Precinct Seven Five, was in Edinburgh to discuss the film and his past as a corrupt cop.
Christmas and New Year have come and gone, drawing a close to 2014, so it’s time to count down the best films of the year.
Life After Beth writer/director Jeff Baena was at the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss his film.
Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland was in Edinburgh to discuss his latest film In Order of Disappearance.
We count down the top 20 films of 2013, including Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers and Derek Cianfrance’s Place Beyond the Pines.
Sound of My Voice director Zal Batmanglij was in Edinburgh to discuss his latest film The East and we caught up with him ahead of the film’s premiere.
Drake Doremus was in Edinburgh to discuss his new film Breathe In, which opened the Edinburgh International Film Festival.