Edinburgh Film Festival At Home
24 June – 5 July, 2020
Delighted to bring you new releases, including UK premieres, live Q&As and special guests across a 12-day festival!
Everyone is missing their frequent visits to beloved cinemas and festivals, and the thrill that comes from watching an exciting new release on the big screen. Edinburgh International Film Festival and Curzon Home Cinema are delighted to present an online festival of the best new cinema for you to enjoy at home.
The 74th Edinburgh Film Festival has had to be postponed in line with the UK Government and Scottish Government’s public health advice, but it’s bringing you the next best thing.
They’ve scoured future release schedules to curate a selection of the very best upcoming cinema – films that are likely to screen at all the best cinemas once they are open again. These exclusive sneak previews should leave you in anticipation of and highly excited for their eventual release on the big screens.
This special, ambitious programme features such award-winning, inspiring names as Jennifer Baichwal, Marco Bellocchio, Ron Howard, the Dardenne brothers, Tilda Swinton, Alicia Vikander and Maxine Peake.
A brand-new release will be shown each day across the 12 day festival, with films playing for between 2 and 12 days, each priced at £9.99 and only available to watch in the UK.
The full programme includes: Clemency, written and directed by Chinonye Chukwu and starring Alfre Woodard and Capital in the 21st Century, directed by Justin Pemberton and based on the bestselling book by Thomas Piketty as the latest additions to the programme. The full line-up of brilliant titles are available to view on Curzon Home Cinema.
This section: Cinema, Coronavirus
- Do The Right Thing, Glasgow Youth Film Festival
- Our Ladies, GFT
- Annette, Glasgow Film Theatre
- Wildfire plus Q & A at Glasgow Film Theatre
- Sweetheart, Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2021
- Aya Films – showcasing new Scottish curatorial talent
- Sounds in the Suburbs – Refuweegee Show
- It’s Quiz Night with Duglus T Stewart
- Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2021 – Programme Announced
- Women’s Work, Nature and the Colonies – Climate Change Screenings
- Eye of the Storm film by Anthony Baxter
- Nae Pasaran – Outdoor Screening East Kilbride
- Winnie Herbstein – Dampbusters at CCA
- Zola at GFT
- Film Festival at Govanhill International Festival
- Fallen Angels, GFT
- Summer of Soul, GFT
- The Letter, Glasgow Film Theatre
- Now, Voyager at GFT
- Josep at GFT