All That Heaven Allows7films indexFEATURE - UKThe cream of the crop of the best new British cinema.Albatross 15Angels Crest 18The Caller 23Fast Romance 25Ghosted 26Page Eight 34Perfect Sense 35Stormhouse 39Weekender 41REEL SCIENCEA new initiative where cinema new and classic is used playfully and intelligently to explore the burning scientific issues of our time.Artificial Intelligence: The Terminator 19Brain Disorder: The Electric Mind 22Neuroscience at the Movies: Brainstorm 32Neuroscience at the Movies: Memento 33Oliver Sacks: Tales of Music and The Brain 33Pandemic Double Bill 35OUTSIDE THE BOXWho says cinema needs cinemas? The Festival explores its magnificent home town. See page 45 for events on this theme.Midnight Movies: Polyester 31NOKIA SHORTS WEEKENDERScotland's largest celebration of short film screenings, debates, discussions, networking events and parties.Adventures Close to Home 15Anatomy of Melancholy: the Short Films of Guy Maddin 17Animated Extremes 18Animated Interactions 19Animated Mythologies 19Animated Realities 19Bridging The Gap 22Coming Up Shorts 24Family Shorts 25Mapping the Extraordinary 30Murder Ballads 32Realms of the Unreal 37Scottish Shorts 38Vimeo in Residence at EIFF 41PERSPECTIVESClassic and rarely seen films that we - and some of our guest curators want to share with you.The Adventures of Gerard 15All That Heaven Allows 15American Torso 17The Angelic Conversation 18Blue 21Deep End 25The Last of England 29Mysterious Object at Noon 32Passion 35The Pervert's Guide to Cinema 35The Round-Up 37The Saddest Music in the World 37The Shout 38Stranger Than Paradise 39Whisky Galore 41You Are Not I 41easyJet are proud to sponsor the 2011 Edinburgh International Film Festival10812650.9235-EJ-Edinburgh FF Strips v3.indd 106/05/2011 17:35The events index can be found on page 45.
8Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011HOW TO DO EIFF1. Choosing your films and events Finding films and events EIFF films and events are listed alphabetically andbelong to sections which are colour coded for easyidentification. More information on sections can befound in the Index on pages 6 and 7 of this brochure.Calendar At the back of this brochure is a day-by-daycalendar to help you to choose films by timeor day of the week.ClassificationMost EIFF films do not hold a rating certificate (i.e.PG, 15, 18) at the time of screening. The nature of allfilms is conveyed in the A-Z Section. If in doubt, phonethe box office on 0131 623 8030 for advice.Film / event length Running times are included at the top of eachprogramme entry. However, many EIFF films caninclude an introduction and Q&A which are notincluded in the running times, so bear this in mindwhen booking. If a short film is being shown with a feature, this will be mentioned in the film entry.2. Booking your tickets The EIFF Box Office opens at 10:00 on Wednesday 18May for Filmhouse Members only. Wednesday 18 Mayand Thursday 19 May are advanced ticket booking daysfor Filmhouse Members only. Tickets go on generalrelease on Friday 20 May at 10:00.BOOK ONLINE: www.edfilmfest.org.ukBOOK BY PHONE: 0131 623 8030BOOK IN PERSON: Filmhouse10:00-21:00 18 May - 19 May (Filmhouse Members only)10:00-21:00 20 May - 15 June10:00-22:30 15 - 26 JuneDuring Festival dates only (15-26 June)Festivalhouse@Teviot: from 10:00 until late.Cameo (for Cameo screenings only): from 10:00 until late.You can also buy tickets on the door at any of thesevenues 30 minutes before the event (cash onlyand subject to availability).Free ticketed eventsInspace: tickets for events at this venue must be booked online at www.inspace.ed.ac.ukAll other venues: free events at all other EIFF venues can only be booked over the phone or in person at Filmhouse or Festivalhouse@TeviotGetting your ticketsTickets booked before Monday 13 June can be collected from Filmhouse or posted subject to a £1.50 booking fee. Tickets bought after this date can be collected from the EIFF Box Offices at Filmhouse and Festivalhouse@Teviot until 30 minutes before the event/screening begins (see opening times above). After this, they will be held for collection at the venue of the screening/event until 10 minutes beforescheduled start time. Tickets can be purchased in person at our box offices right up to their start time, provided the event is not sold out. If an event has sold out, tickets may be available on a stand-by basis. There is a Stand-By queue at each box office for this purpose.Ticket refundsWe do not refund tickets except in the case ofcancellation.