Greta Gerwig falls for Ethan Hawke’s married professor in Rebecca Miller’s sharp New York-set romantic comedy.
Downton Abbey’s Joanne Froggat stars in this real life story of Tom Ray, an ordinary family man who is suddenly struck with sepsis.
Maria Palm and Ed Skrein star in this sleazy Euro-thriller about a young model finding her way in the fashion industry.
Ken Wardrop interviews many mothers and sons in this documentary about masculinity and parent-child bonds.
Pixar return to the ocean for this sequel to 2003’s Finding Nemo, focusing on Ellen DeGeneres’ forgetful fish Dory.
Sam Neill and newcomer Julian Dennison star in Taika Waititi’s hilarious and heartwarming Kiwi comedy.
Kicking off the Edinburgh International Film Festival this year s the story of Tom Morris and his son Tommy, who together helped golf evolve into the game we know today.
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.
Talulah Riley directs herself and Martin Compston in this Scottish romantic comedy.