Twenty years after its initial release, cult British classic Dead Man’s Shoes is back in cinemas and the film’s writer-director Shane Meadows was on hand at the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss the film’s impact over the decades.
Up-and-coming British filmmaker Charlotte Regan was on hand at the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss her debut feature Scrapper.
Director Ira Sachs discusses his latest film Passages, as well as his love of European cinema and the ongoing online discourse around sex in cinema: “It’s a fabrication of a conversation”
Canadian auteur Matt Johnson’s irreverent comedy charts the rise and fall of the former tech giant behind the world’s first smartphone.
Writer-director John Michael McDonagh was on hand at the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss his latest film The Forgiven.
Daniel Zolghadri stars in Owen Kline’s feature film debut, a hilariously grimy coming-of-age comedy set in the world of grotesque comic strips.
Emma Appleton and Stefanie Martini attend the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss their experience of filming LOLA, the 1940s-set sci-fi from Irish indie filmmaker Andrew Legge.
Charlotte Wells’s stunning debut feature, starring Paul Mescal and Francesca Corio, opens the 75th Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Ruth Wilson’s compelling performance enlivens Harry Wootliff’s toxic relationship drama.
Thomasin Mackenzie is transported to the swinging ’60s in Edgar Wright’s sleek and seedy thriller.