All That Heaven Allows21BOB MARLEY: THE MAKING OF A LEGENDfeature filmsSTRANDPREMIERE TYPEDerek Jarman/UK/Japan/1993/79 minNarrated by: Derek Jarman, Tilda Swinton, Nigel Terry, John QuentinTHU 23 JUNE 17:45 FILMHOUSE 3PRICE: £6.00 (£5.00 CONC)Evocative and emotionally resonant, the last great work from a true master of his art.Removing the use of images completely, a luminous blue glow is the backdrop for a collage of sound, music and speech, during which Jarman contemplates his encroaching blindness and threatened mortality. As images disappear from his own vision, he considers how his life and work will disappear from public consciousness after his death. The films of Derek Jarman at EIFF 2011 have been programmed by our guest curator, Gus Van Sant.BluePERSPECTIVESSTRANDPREMIERE TYPESung-hyun Yoon/South Korea/2010/116 minCast: Lee Je-hoon, Seo Jun-young, Park Jung-minSAT 18 JUNE 19:35 FILMHOUSE 2SUN 19 JUNE 19:30 FILMHOUSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONC)Winner of the New Current Award at the 2010 Pusan International Film Festival.Part whodunnit, part coming-of-age tale, this haunting drama centres on a group of three schoolboys and their complicated, sometimes explosive relationship. When one of the boys is killed in a tragic accident his friends find themselves gently interrogated by his broken-hearted father. Finding more questions than answers the father soon realises that perhaps even he should share in the guilt. A stunningly photographed, sensitive portrait of damaged youth.Bleak NightFEATURES - INTERNATIONALUK PREMIEREDOCUMENTARY - UKEUROPEAN PREMIEREEsther Anderson, Gian Godoy/UK/2011/90 minWED 22 JUNE 17:50 FILMHOUSE 1THU 23 JUNE 22:20 FILMHOUSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONC)A kaleidoscopic portrait of the making of a legend.Through intimate scenes shot on a sony video camera in 1970s Jamaica filmmaker Esther Anderson artfully constructed the union between Reggae and Rasta that launched the international career and renowned image of Bob Marley and The Wailers. Revisiting that formative time she reveals to what degree her original vision set in motion the radical change of perception and consciousness both musically and socially around the world.Bob Marley: The Making of a LegendDOCUMENTARY - UKEUROPEAN PREMIERELiz Garbus/USA/UK/Iceland/2010/92 minFRI 17 JUNE 17:40 FILMHOUSE 1MON 20 JUNE 19:55 FILMHOUSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONC)"All I want to do, ever, is just play chess." - Bobby Fischer. Liz Garbus' fascinating documentary charts the turbulent life - from a childhood of isolation and neglect to young chess prodigy, world champion and subsequent madness and disgrace - of one of chess's undisputed masters. The World Championship of 1972, Fischer vs Spassky, took on literally Cold War significance as a nation pinned its hopes on Fischer as the man to end Soviet dominance. Garbus has mined, to brilliant effect, the wealth of astounding archive footage from this the Golden Age of the game.Bobby Fischer Against the WorldThe List: you've got 29 days to live.The List is your essential Scottish entertainment guide, offering a four-weekly round-up of views, previews and reviews for anything that's worth doing in Edinburgh, Glasgow or beyond. From up-to-the-minute film interviews with Darren Aronofsky and James Franco, to our profiles of up-and-coming local bands and artists, we've got Scottish culture covered. Make the most of your free time - pick up The List every four weeks or log on to list.co.uk
22Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011REEL SCIENCEUK PREMIERENadav Harel/Israel/2010/60 minTUE 21 JUNE 17:45 FILMHOUSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONC)A timely examination of increasing ubiquitous and always controversial medical technologies. Following the lives of four patients with brain disorders, director Nadav Harel examines the application of medical technology such as Electrocondusive Therapy and Deep Brain Stimulation that treats the mind simply as a series of signals in the brain. The film will be followed by in depth discussion around our understanding of how electric manipulation of our minds has progressed so far, and where it might be going soon. Brain Disorder: Electric MindNOKIA SHORTS WEEKENDERShort programme/90 minTHU 23 JUNE 14:15 GEORGE SQ THEATREPRICE: £6.00 (£5.00 CONC)What do red and grey squirrels, a disabled rights campaigner, suicide, ballet shoemakers, World War reinactors, prostitution and the lord all have in common?The theme of SHIFT - this year's Scottish Documentary Institute's Bridging the Gap Production Scheme. Based in the Edinburgh College of Art, it nurtures the finest documentary filmmaking talent Scotland has to offer. Setting a theme each year they take six projects through an intensive training period where six films get made to be seen across the world on television and at festivals.Bridging The GapBY DAY AND BY NIGHTfeature filmsSTRANDPREMIERE TYPEHiromasa Yonebayashi/Japan/2010/94 minVoice Cast: Will Arnett, Amy Poehler, Carol Burnett SAT 18 JUNE 12:20 FILMHOUSE 1 MON 20 JUNE 19:45 FILMHOUSE 1PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONC)Studio Ghibli's reworking of an English classic.The Borrowers are a tiny group of people, only 10cm tall, who live under the floorboards of typical human households. On a mission to get some sugar Borrower Arriety and her father Pod are noticed by Sho, a boy just moved in with his great aunt Sadako. Keen to befriend, Sho tells them not to be afraid and a bond between Arriety and Sho is born but troubled by the threat of Borrower extinction by humans and Sho's heart condition the two friends struggle to stay together.The Borrower ArrietyFEATURES - INTERNATIONALUK PREMIERESTRANDPREMIERE TYPEAlma Har'el/USA/2011/80 minSAT 18 JUNE 22:10 FILMHOUSE 1FRI 24 JUNE 20:20 FILMHOUSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONC)A small community living on the fringes of the lost American Dream.Once a thriving resort, Bombay Beach is now little more than a shanty ghost town in the poorest county of California. Home to troubled young soul Benny, aspiring footballer Ceejay taking refuge from LA gang culture and Red, a whisky and cigarettes soaked ex oil field worker, this is a beautifully ethereal portrait of a forgotten town brought back to life through choreographed sequences and music composed for the film by Zach Condon of band Beirut.Bombay BeachDOCUMENTARY - INTERNATIONALJOINT UK PREMIERELine DigitalSince 2003 we have been building award winning and innovative digital solutions. We believe in creating long lasting and valued partnerships with our clients to, like the strapline says, help them to profit through digital channels.