Edinburgh film festival announces the Best of the Fest: additional screenings you may have missed

EIFF announces the Best of the Fest: additional screenings you may have missed

She's Funny That Way

Featuring Big Gold Dream, The Legend of Barney Thomson, Inside Out and Amy

Edinburgh International Film Festival have announced the line up for Best of the Fest 2015.

Best of the Fest is a one-day event giving slow-footed film lovers a chance to catch up on the screenings they may have missed over the 12-day festival.

If you missed the buzz or have only just got round to reading the reviews, you have one last chance to catch up on the most exciting and critically-acclaimed films from EIFF. Whether you’re a fan of love and romance or horror and crime, three cinemas across Edinburgh – The Filmhouse, Cineworld and Odeon Lothian Road – have your back.

Among the films on show are some we rated pretty highly. There’s Disney’s latest animation Inside Out, screwball comedy She’s Funny That Way and 45 Years, the tale of a couple heading towards their 45th wedding anniversary. As well as this, you can catch Asif Kapadia’s intimate and moving documentary about Amy Winehouse, Amy.

The full list of screenings, which take place Sun 28 Jun, is below:

12.20pm: Scottish Mussell
9.10pm: The Messenger

1.30pm: The Road Within (screens Sat 27 Jun)
1pm: 45 Years
1.10pm: She’s Funny That Way
1.55pm: Inside Out
3.35pm: Learning to Drive
3.45pm: The Legend of Barney Thomson
6pm: Maggie
6.10pm: Big Gold Dream: Scottish Post-Punk and Infiltrating the Mainstream
8.35pm: Amy
8.40pm: Brand New You
8.45pm: Hector
8.55pm: Swung

Odeon Lothian Road:
3.30pm: The Diary of a Teenage Girl
6pm: Love and Mercy
8.50pm: Fifteen Minutes

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed here is accurate, always check with the venue before attending (especially during the Coronavirus pandemic, more advice).
URGENT: You must stay at home except for shopping for basic necessities, daily exercise, any medical need and travelling to and from essential work.

Edinburgh International Film Festival

The oldest continually running film festival in the world, the EIFF draws on its prestige to consistently present abundant programmes of new features, documentaries, retrospectives, shorts, panel discussions and educational workshops, with a few high profile premieres thrown in for good measure.

Various venues: Edinburgh

Wed 17 Jun

Times vary / Cancelled / 0131 228 4051

Thu 18 Jun

Times vary / Cancelled / 0131 228 4051

Fri 19 Jun

Times vary / Cancelled / 0131 228 4051

…and 9 more dates until 28 Jun

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