46Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011ARMIN LINKE. 24 HOURS OF SPATIAL POLITICS, CURATED BY MARKUSfestival eventsSOUND TRACKS120 minTUE 21 JUNE 21:15 FESTIVALHOUSE@TEVIOT - DEBATING HALLPRICE: £12.00 (£10.00 CONC)Scotland's most successful independent record label take over EIFF's Festivalhouse for one evening.Responsible for launching artists such as Mogwai, Interpol, Arab Strap, De Rosa and The Phantom Band, Chemikal Underground, in partnership with Thinksync, present The Unwinding Hours and special guests.An Evening with Chemikal UndergroundSTRANDPREMIERE TYPE24 hoursTUE 21 JUNE 12:00 INSPACEPRICE: FREE TICKETED EVENTMarkus Miessen is an internationally operating architect, spatial consultant and writer, and one of the Festival's guest curators. He is the author of many books and articles, and the editor of 'Did Someone Say Participate' (the Independent: "one of the ten best architecture books of all time"). Markus will transform Inspace into, as he puts it, an "informally discursive social space, a hub for antagonistic debate, non-consensual formats of moving image display, and - ultimately - a platform for alternative formats of civility". His challenging programme of speeches, films, arguments and interruptions can be found by searching the What's On pages of the EIFF site.24 Hours of Spatial Politics, Curated by MarkusOUTSIDE THE BOXNOKIA SHORTS WEEKENDER210 minTHU 23 JUNE 10:30 FESTIVALHOUSE@TEVIOT - DINING ROOMPRICE: FREE TICKETED EVENTThe British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and Shooting People present an inspirational day devoted to getting your short film exhibited and distributed.It's a combined workshop /surgery/networking opportunity aimed at anyone who has made a short film, and wants to know what to do next covers promotion to audiences, funders and festivals; sales to TV, DVD and online; where short film exhibition is headed in this digital age; and possible new revenue streams. Previous participants have included MySpace, YouTube, Encounters, British Council, Film London and Claremont Ferrand. The full line up will be published here: shootingpeople.org/shortsighted. See also: www.bafta.orgBAFTA and Shooting People: Short SightedBEHIND THE CAMERA120 minTHU 16 JUNE 19:00 FESTIVALHOUSE@TEVIOT - DEBATING HALLPRICE: £5.00 (£4.00 CONC)Join us at this screenwriting workshop to network with emerging and established talent.Three script extracts selected from over 400 applications sent to BAFTA by new writing talent will be brought to life by professional actors in front of a live audience and critiqued by a special industry guest. Previous special guests include directors Mike Newell and David Yates and screenwriter Julian Fellowes. BAFTA runs events throughout the year all around the country, giving everyone access to industry expertise and talent. See also: bafta.orgBAFTA Rocliffe New Writing ForumNokia Shorts WeekenderEdinburgh International Film Festival 2011A three day celebration of short film. Including workshops, masterclasses and premiere screenings of the eight finalists from the Nokia Shorts 2011 competition.23 - 25 June, 2011.in association with vimeo.com/nokiaVICEUK_Projects_Nokia_Shorts_BrochureAd_159x20.indd 105/05/2011 23:13
All That Heaven Allows47BIKE POWERED CINEMA AT EIFFfestival eventsSTRANDPREMIERE TYPEFESTIVAL SQUAREPRICE: FREEFree open air public screenings on a big screen.The BBC Big Screen, situated in Festival Square, provides the public with a chance to catch free open air screenings. Usually used to relay major broadcast events, news, sport and music, this year the BBC Big Screen will host films for EIFF. At 25 square metres, the BBC Big Screen is the perfect place to enjoy an outdoor screening and soak up the Festival atmosphere. Exact details of the films being shown can be found on the What's On pages of the EIFF website.www.edfilmfest.org.ukBBC Big ScreenOUTSIDE THE BOXSTRANDPREMIERE TYPE90 minSUN 19 JUNE 17:30 FESTIVALHOUSE@TEVIOT - DEBATING HALLPRICE: £15.00 (£12.00 CONC)This year we are proud to present distinguished, multi award-winning actor Bill Nighy on stage for the Bafta Scotland Interview.The BAFTA Scotland Interview at the Edinburgh International Film Festival has a long, successful, glittering history. Over the past 20 years, many famous interviewees have been in the spotlight: Sir Sean Connery, Sir Patrick Stewart, Terence Davies, Stockhard Channing, Brenda Blethyn to name but a few. Bill Nighy stars in Page Eight. (See page 34) A fascinating insight into the work and life of a remarkable individual.BAFTA Scotland Interview: Bill NighyBEHIND THE CAMERAOUTSIDE THE BOXPRICE: FREE You must be 25+ to participate.The Edinburgh International Film Festival has teamed up with Alchemy Arts and the Powerpod to create a sustainable powered, bike driven mobile cinema. Events are free and open for all! So come along, join in and pedal your way to some classic films. Check the EIFF website for our pop up locations www.edfilmfest.org.ukBike Powered Cinema at EIFFSOUND TRACKSFESTIVALHOUSE@TEVIOT - UNDERGROUNDPRICE: £7.00 IN ADVANCE (£9.00 ON THE DOOR)Stamp your ground and let the filmic beats take control.Surrender to a complete audio-visual clubbing experience alongside EIFF's top talent, industry folk and passionate film buffs at Festivalhouse@Teviot, as they let themselves go after hours. Brought to you by local music download portal Ten Tracks, established Edinburgh names such as Substance, Trouble and LuckyMe join Domino Recording and Publishing Company, Mixcloud.com and a host of the country's top young VJs - check the EIFF website for full line-up www.edfilmfest.org.ukClub Nights @ FestivalhouseThe British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an independent charity that supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image by identifying and rewarding excellence, inspiring practitioners and benefiting the public. In addition to its Awards ceremonies, BAFTA has a year-round Learning & Events programme that offers unique access to some of the world's most inspiring talent through workshops, masterclasses, lectures and mentoring schemes, connecting with audiences of all ages and backgrounds across the UK, Los Angeles and New York. www.bafta.org.