The Edinburgh International Film Festival's Artistic Director Chris Fujiwara has just announced the programme for the 67th edition of the Festival, which runs from 19-30 June. It will showcase 146 features from 53 countries, including 14 World premieres, 6 international premieres and 10 European premieres. And we've got the full line-up right here, so scroll on down.
The Battle Of The Sexes
Fire In The Night
A Flong Way From Home
The Making Of Us
Not Another Happy Ending
Outpost 3: Rise Of The Spetsnaz
We Are The Freaks
Before You Know It
Everyone’s Going To Die
This Is Martin Bonner
Traffic Department (Drogówka)
The Great Hip Hop Hoax
Kiss The Water
Lilou’s Adventure (Lilou No Bouken)
The Obscured Histories And Silent Longings Of Daguluan’s Children
What Maisie Knew
Julianne Moore in 'What Masie Knew'.
A total of 172 short films from 38 countries will be included in the programme.
In addition to animated shorts, the festival will showcase new work by British and international filmmakers, including Day Trip by Park Chan-wook and his brother, Park Chan-kyong.
The experimental Black Box strand will present a series of shorts programmes from innovators in the visual art world as well as the world premiere of documentary poem and travelogue ‘10’ from photographer filmmaker Telemach Wiesinger.
Black Box Live will be a presentation of multi-projector expanded cinema artworks performed live by experimental practitioners Nominoë, Sami van Ingen, and Screen Banditas.
For more info on this year's festival, head over here.