EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2016 Southside Advertiser Edinburgh Film Reviews - The Correspondence (La corrispondenza), The Olive Tree, The Forsaken, The Man Who Was Thursday, Pale Star, Ithaca, The Shamers Daughter, Whisky Galore, A Patch of Fog

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A Patch of Fog


This is a film that you have to watch and listen to as little visual clues are throughout the film as it takes sometimes expected and then very unexpected turns in its plot.

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Whisky Galore


With a well crafted script by Peter McDougal, wonderful location photography, great attention to great period detail and some great acting that brings to life the main characters in this story

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SCREENINGS

26 June, 17:15 at Festival Theatre


26 June, 20:45 at Filmhouse 1

The Shamers Daughter


At its heart this is a simple fantasy adventure story with a struggle between right and wrong and the forces of good an evil

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SCREENINGS

24 June, 15:50 at Filmhouse 2


25 June, 11:00 at Cineworld 5

Ithaca

With Ithaca, Meg Ryan has created for her first feature film as director a beautiful looking on screen piece of work that looks like it has brought to life images of a long gone America..

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SCREENINGS

23 June, 18:25 at Filmhouse 1

24 June, 20:40 at Cineworld 3

Pale Star

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SCREENINGS
22 June, 20:35 at Cineworld 5
23 June, 20:35 at Cineworld 5

The Man Who Was Thursday

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SCREENINGS
21 June, 20:50 at Odeon 2
26 June, 20:50 at Filmhouse 2

The Forsaken

A former gunslinger John Henry Clayton (Kiefer Sutherland) returns to his  home in Wyoming and his preacher father  Rev Clayton (Donald Sutherland )  for the first time since leaving to fight in the American Civil War

SCREENINGS

20 June, 20:45 at Odeon 2

25 June, 13:00 at Odeon 2

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The Olive Tree

This gentle family story of an young woman’s  love for her grandfather  and his connection with the land that his family have farmed for generations...

SCREENINGS
19 June, 18:00 at Cineworld 8
21 June, 20:40 at Odeon 4

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The Correspondence (La corrispondenza)

SCREENINGS

17 June, 20:35 at Filmhouse 1

19 June, 15:20 at Odeon 2

This is a film that explores relationships on many levels and asks as many questions about the beginnings and ends of a human relationship..

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