Early Screenings from the Edinburgh International Film Festival (pt 1)


Yesterday was the first day of press screenings, taking place a day before the official kick-off of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.  The day’s highlights:

*Something’s creepy in Two Eyes Watching

*Dwarves are packing serious heat in The Last Rites of Ransom Pride

*and Robin Williams is the World’s Greatest Dad, which might be one of the fest’s best.

other news

I also want to thank friend and reader Gideon for his $20.00 donation.  He will receive a copy of my DVD (5 shorts for $5) and amazing internet fame for being publicly mentioned on my blog.  Thank you very much Gideon, it was a welcome surprise.

Meanwhile, his hard earned  money will go toward feeding this hungry film critic between screenings.  Seriously, yesterday I only had time for a bowl of cereal, two bananas, and coffee from 8am-9pm.

reviews to come:

The People vs. George Lucas, Evil in the Time of Heroes, Red Hill, and The Illusionist.

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One response to “Early Screenings from the Edinburgh International Film Festival (pt 1)

  1. So are you saying that your reviews may be written under the influence of a stimulant? You druggie. 🙂

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