Monthly Archives: June 2012
This was the first full-up press screening I’ve been at this year, and it’s really no surprise. Frankly I’m amazed I even made it, considering the hangover I woke up with after my four hours’ sleep last night. But that’s … Continue reading
Today was another quiet day as the fest starts winding down. I only made it to one screening today, along with the annual press and industry pub quiz. The team of me, Ben Pascoe (director of Leave It On The … Continue reading
Here are two more movies to add to your options for the weekend (if you’re local) courtesy of your friends at the EIFF. Otherwise, well, you’ll just have to wait.
You may have noticed that I have quite enjoyed all the films I have reviewed at the festival, to one degree or another. Well, today marks my first negative experience at this year’s EIFF, and it is a doozy.
Back to the Festival today, and time for a spy thriller that is actually thrilling, unlike some we have seen recently. For tomorrow, I need your help. There are two movies I would like to see screening at the same … Continue reading
Things were a bit quiet on the festival front today, seeing as how it was Sunday and all, so I decided to take a trip back in time. Today’s film is one that premiered here at the EIFF in 2009, … Continue reading
As it turns out, I did get to see a documentary today. So this is Day 175 as well.
I was out and about doing a few interviews today at the festival, so I only got the chance to watch one film. Don’t worry though; I chose wisely. In case it isn’t already obvious by now, I’m putting my … Continue reading
Here’s another quick post just before I go to bed. I loved Taken. That was a top quality grown-up action flick with my countryman Liam Neeson killing his way across Paris to find the men who kidnapped his daughter. And … Continue reading