19SPECIAL SCREENINGSBlue Black PermanentMargaret Tait/UK/1992/86 minCast: Celia Imrie, Jack Shepherd, Gerda StevensonTHU 28 JUNE 16:05 FILMHOUSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONCS)Glasgow Women's Library offers a very rare opportunity to see Margaret Tait's only feature, Blue Black Permanent, twenty years after its original premiere at EIFF. A haunting and magical film about a daughter's attempts to come to terms with her mother's mysterious death. A delicate and poetic work of intense emotion. This screening links with a Margaret Tait film and poetry celebration in Glasgow in August: more information at www.womenslibrary.org.uk.NEW PERSPECTIVESUK PREMIEREBlood of My Blood(Sangue do meu sangue)João Canijo/Portugal/2011/190 minCast: Rita Blanco, Anabela Moreira, Cleia Almeida, Rafael Morais, Marcello UrgegheTHU 28 JUNE 19:00 CINEWORLDSUN 1 JULY 17:45 FILMHOUSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONCS)This hard-hitting drama, set in a rough neighbourhood of Lisbon, recalls Altman and Leigh in equal measures. Marcia, a mother of three, faces stark choices as she struggles to keep her family on an even keel. Her son is embroiled in trouble with a local gang boss; her daughter's entanglement with a philandering professor threatens, meanwhile, to reveal dark family secrets. Superb performances from the ensemble cast, under Canijo's virtuosic direction, give this intricate story a rare power.NEW PERSPECTIVESUK PREMIEREBlack's Game(Svartur á leik)Óskar Thór Axelsson/Iceland/2011/104 minCast: Thorvaldur David Kristjansson, Johannes Haukur Johannesson, Damon Younger, Egill Einarsson, Maria B BjarnardottirTHU 21 JUNE 18:10 CINEWORLDMON 25 JUNE 20:50 FILMHOUSE 1PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONCS)Stefan Mani's best-seller of the Icelandic underworld becomes the basis for this debut feature by Óskar Thór Axelsson. A young slacker with violent tendencies does a job for a gang of drug dealers. Impressing his superiors, he works his way up to a high position in the gang. just as the crooks are setting up their biggest deal yet. Energetic, made with flair, and brimming with local colour, Black's Game brings some refreshing Icelandic twists to a classic gang-thriller plot.20 June - 1 Julyvisitupdates, blogging... and to become a free web memeber for exclusive ticket offersto buy tickets and for the latest news, features,BLACK'S GAMEfeature films, shorts & eventsBRITISH SCENESWORLD PREMIEREBorrowed TimeJules Bishop/UK/2012/86 minCast: Theo Barklem-Biggs, Phil Davis, Warren Brown, Juliet Oldfield, Perry BensonTHU 21 JUNE 18:20 CINEWORLDSAT 23 JUNE 13:45 CINEWORLDPRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONCS)Kevin, an inept young would-be criminal, needs money fast to pay back the local crime lord, a sword-wielding sociopath. Breaking into the home of an eccentric recluse seems to Kevin a likely plan, until the enraged old man unexpectedly shows up with a gun. The strange bond that forms between these two misfits becomes the premise of this unusual comedy-drama produced through Microwave, Film London's micro-budget feature-film fund in partnership with BBC Films.
20BRAKEPHILIPPINE NEW WAVEUK PREMIEREBuenas noches, EspañaRaya Martin/Spain, Philippines/2011/ 70 minCast: Pilar López de Ayala, Andrés GertrúdixWED 27 JUNE 20:30 FILMHOUSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONCS)An experimental psychedelic road movie by one of the new Philippine cinema's youngest and most acclaimed directors. The film addresses the shared history of Spain and the Philippines through the idea of time travel. "The future of political cinema" (Phil Coldiron, Moving Image Source).SPECIAL EVENTSThe Brockas in Film-Concert120 minSUN 24 JUNE 22:15 TRAVERSE 2PRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONCS)Named in tribute to one of the Philippines' greatest directors, Lino Brocka, avant-rock improvisers The Brockas draw their shifting personnel from the Philippines' independent artistic and filmmaking scene. For their first Edinburgh performance, The Brockas will perform along with the projection of Manuel Conde and Lou Salvador's Genghis Khan, a 1950 Philippine film that screened at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in 1952 ("For the most part it consists of a battle scene of unparalleled, original ferocity and violence" - New Statesman & Nation).NEW PERSPECTIVESUK PREMIEREBrakeGabe Torres/USA/2012/91 minCast: Stephen Dorff, Tom Berenger, JR Bourne, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Chyler LeighFRI 29 JUNE 18:30 CINEWORLDSAT 30 JUNE 13:20 CINEWORLDPRICE: £9.00 (£7.50 CONCS)A claustrophobic thriller with the clock ticking. Stephen Dorff is a man who awakes to his incarceration in the trunk of a moving car and a deadly demand: either he gives his captors the information they want or he and his loved ones will be executed. It's a white-knuckle ninety-minute ride as Dorff, encased in the trunk, is put through every manner of mental and physical torture in an attempt to extract the all-important secret. But will he crack?Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012feature films, shorts & eventsfor the ultimate eiff live feed get connectedon facebook & twitter@