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Stills from ESFF Closing Weekend

We’re just about recovered from the final weekend at the 2019 ESFF!
A wonderful experience with some very nice people!
Thanks to Luka Vukosavljevic, Nele Wohlke and Clarisse Tenreiro for the pics!

 

By |November 17th, 2019|News Posts|Comments Off on Stills from ESFF Closing Weekend

The Fountain Reviews ESFF Sat 2nd Nov: Coping Mechanisms

Delighted that the Fountain reviewed our Sat 2nd November programme ‘Coping Mechanisms’
SAT 2ND NOVEMBER REVIEW

By |November 17th, 2019|News Posts|Comments Off on The Fountain Reviews ESFF Sat 2nd Nov: Coping Mechanisms

ESFF 2019 AWARD WINNER: BEST FILM

2019 BEST FILM AWARD
STAY AWAKE, BE READY  BY  PHAM THIEN AN
A cleverly staged and beutifully crafted short drama and a multi-coloured slice of life by a talented young director.

Congratulations to Pham and we wish him all the best with his future career!

By |November 11th, 2019|News Posts|Comments Off on ESFF 2019 AWARD WINNER: BEST FILM

ESFF 2019 AWARD WINNER: BEST ANIMATION

2019 BEST ANIMATION AWARD
MUEDRA  BY CESAR DIAZ MELENDEZ
Am amazingly intricate stop-motion film, made with dedication, commitment and love!

Congratulations to Cesar and we wish him all the best with the film and his future projects!

 

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ESFF 2019 AWARD WINNER: BEST SCOTTISH FILM

2019 BEST SCOTTISH FILM AWARD:
IN THE FALL BY TOM GENTLE
An expertly staged drama, based on Alistair MacLeod’s short story. Literary, perfectly paced and
with some superb central performances, congratulations to Tom and the team and thanks for letting us screen it!

 

 

 

By |November 11th, 2019|News Posts|Comments Off on ESFF 2019 AWARD WINNER: BEST SCOTTISH FILM

That’s a wrap for 2019!

Our 2019 edition wrapped last night at the ECA with our Scottish Animation programme and we’ve been delighted and
thrilled by the response to our programme!

Our most ambitious yet events started on Thursday 24th October at Cinetopia’s Networking event at Brewdog and ended at the ECA on the 10th November and after 10 months of hard work, it remains to give thanks to everyone who contributed to making 2019 such a successful year for the ESFF!

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By |November 11th, 2019|Uncategorized|Comments Off on That’s a wrap for 2019!

Stills from Weekend 2 at the 2019 ESFF

We’re all fired up for the last weekend of the 2019 Edinburgh Short Film Festival and to get us in the mood
here’s some stills from last weekend, pics by the talented Clarisse Tenreiro!

By |November 8th, 2019|News Posts|Comments Off on Stills from Weekend 2 at the 2019 ESFF

The Fountain Reviews ESFF 1st Weekend

Thanks to Jamie Sutherland and the Fountain for reviewing the first weekend of the 2019 ESFF…seems a long time ago now!

OUT OF FRAME: OPENING NIGHT THURS 24TH OCTOBER

 

LOVE BE DAMNED: FRI 25TH OCTOBER

 

By |November 6th, 2019|News Posts|Comments Off on The Fountain Reviews ESFF 1st Weekend

ESFF Stills from Saturday 26th October!

Another sold out show at Summerhall last night, featuring Ali Kerr of Cyrenians, the actor Jamie Robson (festival patron) and filmmaker Stephan Pierre Mitchell, who all participated in the post-screening discussion.

Thanks to the wonderfully engaged audience and the filmmakers for letting us screen their amazing shorts!

Fantastic photos by Ke Xu!

 

 

By |October 27th, 2019|News Posts|Comments Off on ESFF Stills from Saturday 26th October!

ESFF Opening Night at The Filmhouse:Stills

Some stills from our sold out opening night at @Filmhouse on Thursday night – some fantastic films and honoured to have the Silver Ribbon award winning director Luka Jankovic and the actor David Menkin as guests.
It was also lovely to see the writer/director Enni Red and meet Tim Courtney and Russel Davidson, thanks for letting us screen your excellent films!

Stills by Luka Vukosavljevic & Li Jiachen

 

By |October 26th, 2019|News Posts|Comments Off on ESFF Opening Night at The Filmhouse:Stills