What to look out for at the 72nd Edinburgh International Film Festival
The Edinburgh festival is back! Not that one – the other one. CommonSpace film critic Scott Wilson takes a look, and picks out his highlights.
NOW IN ITS 72ND YEAR, the Edinburgh Film Festival is poised to return to the capital. With 121 new features, 21 of which are world premiere, there’s only one place to be in June if you’re a film fan.
FilmSpace: The opening weekend of Glasgow Film Festival - reviews
CommonSpace film critic Scott Wilson checks in from the first weekend of the Glasgow Film Festival
DELIGHTFUL ANIMATION, long-awaited masterpieces, and world premieres – it must be the Glasgow Film Festival. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: such a young festival (it began in 2005) has no right being this good. Here is just a taster of what has come so far...
The Breadwinner – ★★★★☆
FilmSpace: Fifty Shades Freed; Phantom Thread; The Cloverfield Paradox - reviews
CommonSpace film critic Scott Wilson takes a look at the films of the moment
IT’S THE END OF AN ERA as the Fifty Shades franchise draws to a close and so too does the acting career of Daniel Day-Lewis, while Netflix continues to mix things up with some exciting release models.
Fifty Shades Freed – ★★☆☆☆
The 14th Glasgow Film Festival – what you need to know
It’s the most wonderful time of the year if you’re a film fan in Scotland
NOW firmly in its adolescence, the Glasgow Film Festival is appropriately puffing out its chest and demanding to be seen as a top tier showcase of the latest and best cinema.