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Independent cinemas will welcome audiences back in Edinburgh

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From today independent cinemas are ready to welcome you back inside. Some will open today and others later in the month.The Dominion, Edinburgh Filmhouse and Edinburgh-based touring cinema operator INDY Cinema Group along...

Brunton re-opens from end of May

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The Brunton (pictured) at Musselburgh welcomes audiences back from 26 May when big screen movies and event screenings will resume in Venue 1.Michael Stitt, chair of The Brunton Theatre Trust said: “Working with East...

Cinemas to reopen – tickets available now

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Vue, the home of the Ultimate Big Screen Experience at Edinburgh Ocean Terminal and Edinburgh Omni are planning on reopening from 17 May 2021, subject to government guidance.Tickets are available to pre-book now...

What’s on TV and film this month?

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Coming to a cinema near you, as well as streaming services, are the first awards season projects for your consideration.Cinemahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JM1U-Whb-P0After solving the impossible case of the ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ three years ago,...

Review: Stan & Ollie★★★★

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Well, here's another nice film you've gotten me intoDirection: Jon S. BairdScreenplay:Jeff PopeCast:Steve Coogan, John C. Reilly, Danny Huston, Shirley Henderson Length:97 minutesRating:PGWatching the film ‘Stan & Ollie’ brought back fond memories of my...

Vue Omni Centre Hosts EIFF Films

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For the first time the Vue Omni Centre on Greenside Place will host films from the Edinburgh International Film Festival.  2017 sees the 70th Anniversary Year of the festival and an array of World...

Now Showing- new film poster design competition at the Cameo

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Glasgow based marketing agency Front Page has teamed up with the Cameo Cinema with a new film poster design competition.The competition runs alongside the Cameo's "Culture Shock" season which features a series of classic cult and horror...

At the New Town Community Cinema this week

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The next films at the New Town Community Cinema will be shown on Good Friday 25 March 2016.[vimeo 141160920 w=500 h=281]There is a matinee for children and something a bit racier for the adults in...

COMPETITION – Win tickets to the new ODEON Fort Kinnaird here

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ODEON - Europe's largest cinema group - will next week be bringing film back to Edinburgh's Fort Kinnaird retail park after a 10-year absence, by opening an all-new cinema at the site on Friday...

Sunday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Scottish Inter-Faith Week begins today; its theme this year is Journeys, and the programme includes films about young women from different faiths and about the journey of the soul, a mindfulness session, talks on religious...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 2014Delighters: Hula Hooping  - taster session. For ages 14+, beginners or beginners + - session will be tailored to the abilities of the participants. 6.30-7.30pm, Forest Centre +, 38 Castle Terrace....

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Edinburgh Printmakers Open Day 2014: an opportunity to visit the oldest open access printmaking studio in the UK. Hands-on activities, with printmaking workshops for adults and children, printmaking demonstrations and studio tours. The brand new exhibition No Fixed Abode will be on...

What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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Plenty happening again this week - from fundraisers for Palestine, Water for Life and the Scouts, to films from Poland, Africa and Italy. Books will be launched, exhibitions will be opened, French and Russian...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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 Save the Elephants Halloween Party: two bands, nibbles, mini-auction, raffle. All funds will go to Kuki Gallmann Conservancy in Kenya, which works with wildlife conservation, especially elephants. Come in your scariest fancy dress!  7pm-midnight, Function...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Dads Rock: part of a multi-award winning network of free playgroups for Dads and Kids (aged 0-5). 10-11.30am today and every Saturday, Whale Arts, 30 Westburn Grove and The Prentice Centre, 1 Granton Mains Avenue (groups operate at...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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 MONDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2014Metals and Marble: an exhibition of contemporary metal and marble sculpture by Chris Muirhead and Simon Burns-Cox, displayed in the gallery with its 17th century Renaissance hand-painted ceiling. 9am-6pm today and everyday until 25th October 2014, Gladstone's...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Fresh Start Sale: cake stands, china, glass, bric a brac, coffees, teas and home baking. Fresh Start is an Edinburgh-based charity helping those who have been homeless to get established in their new homes: it...

BAFTA 2014: The Round Up

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Film lovers this morning woke up early on Wednesday morning to catch the announcement of the BAFTA’s 2014 Film Awards, sponsored by EE.As 2013 was one of cinema’s greatest years in quite a while,...

Film Review – Silver Surfers Curry Favour

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, 2011 (12A) Director John Madden Screenplay Ol Parker (based on the novel by Deborah Moggach) Comedy/Drama 124 mins A senior ensemble cast lends some dignity, if not excessive credibility, to this predictable feel-good comedy/romance SAGA...

Film Review – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

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or alternatively the Curious Coincidences of a Boy with a key..... Rated 12A Director Steven Daldry Drama Mawkish, tear-jerking kitsch predicated on the exploitation of the 9/11 tragedy or a life-affirming journey for a boy locked in a...

Review – The Muppets

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by Ryan McNeely The Muppets Go. Just go. Right now. I am so, so very happy. This is the Muppets movie I deserve. Jason Segel gets it. He understands. As fun as Muppet Treasure Island and Christmas...

Film Review – You Say You Want A Revolution? Let’s Gdansk

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Polish Roulette - Sztos 2 Comedy Polish with English sub-titles. Cert 15. 105 mins Together with rationing it is an even colder and slushier Advent in Poland 1981 as the Solidarity movement, simmering in the Gdansk shipyards, provokes...

Film review – War Horse: Grief & Canters Of The Best Kind

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Director Steven Spielberg. Producer Steven Spielberg/Kathleen Kennedy 146 mins. War/Drama In the Spielberg cinematic bestiary of badly behaving animals we have previously encountered boat-eating psychotic sharks, dysfunctional Raptors with a Ph.D in stealth attack and a T...

Film review: The Artist

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The Artist Romance/Comedy/Drama Dir. Michel Hazanavicius Cert PG. Set in the roaring late 20s Art Deco drenched never-never 'Hollywoodland' of perpetual sparkling sunshine and matching teeth, silent-movie star, George Valantin, (Jean Dujardin) swash-buckles his way to adoring fans’...

Christoper Hitchens and Stephen Fry at The Cameo

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Well truthfully they will speak to each other on screen...but the screen is in The Cameo... Intelligence²  will be screening its highly anticipated conversation between Christopher Hitchens and Stephen Fry LIVE in cinemas across the UK, and in particular...

SSA Search For Scottish Films of Last 40 Years

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The Scottish Screen Archive (SSA),  a part of the National Library of Scotland, is looking for films and videos shot in Scotland over the last 40 years that may be gathering dust in attics...

5 Films to see at the cinema this week

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 The final cinematic instalment is out this Friday in glorious 3D. Be sure to buy tickets early as anticipation for Harry's final showdown with Lord Voldemort has...

The Eagle

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by John KennedyThe Eagle Historical/Adventure/Drama. 2011. Cert.12A With Ridley Scott’s ‘Gladiator’ having cinematically defined our mind-set of how ancient Rome should be perceived, any worthy, subsequent sword and sandal saga is duty bound to eschew Scott’s adrenalin...

The Fighter : Review

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To make a boxing film without referencing Rocky or Raging Bull, is as difficult as avoiding sports clichés in a review of said film. So when I say that The Fighter stumbles over familiar...

Black Swan : Review

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Much has been made of Darren Aronofsky’s debt to Dario Argento, and to the Davids, Lynch and Cronenberg, in the wake of Black Swan, his new film starring Natalie Portman, which opened on Friday....

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