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28/06/2012

Kelly McDonald and Kevin McKidd discuss Pixar's latest film, Brave. Plus Janice Forsyth explores what's hot and what's not at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Edinburgh International Film Festival: Highlights and Lowlights - Café regular critics Paul Gallagher, Alistair Harkness and Pasquale Iannonne share their thoughts on 'what's hot and what's not' at this year's EIFF as well as discussing all the latest news and gossip.

Killler Joe: Actress Gina Gershon discusses the shockingly cool, controversial and brutal black comedy that opened the EIFF; it opens nationwide this week, and our critics also review the film.

Brave: Kelly McDonald and Kevin McKidd discusses Pixar's latest film, Brave.

An Insight into the EIFF' - We explore the educational opportunities the EIFF provides with Lecturer Pasquale Iannone, who will explain the ideas behind his popular course, run in conjunction with Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh International Film Festival, and which offers students access to six film premieres, beginning with the Opening Night, and one 'in-person' event.

Gregory La Cava Retrospective: Alison Kerr discusses this year's EIFF Retrospective on La Cava - the man behind some of the finest and smartest, if not best known, comedies of the thirties and forties.

Your Sister's Sister: We hear from the director and review this superbly acted and engaging film which subverts rom-com conventions.

45 minutes

Last on

Sun 1 Jul 2012 15:45

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