THE Inverness Film Festival 2014 will this year take place from Wed 05-Sun 09 November and the final festival line-up has now been announced.
Building on the outstanding success of recent years, the festival includes 34 films from 21 countries, 17 Scottish Premieres, 5 UK Premieres, 3 Award-winning films, 2 live accompaniments, 16 shorts & 1 Benedict Cumberbatch.
Several films have won awards on the festival circuit; Winter Sleep by Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan won the Palm d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, the Russian film Leviathan won best screenplay and The Tribe won three awards including the CriticsWeek Grand Prize.
Festival director, Paul Taylor, said:
The Tribe is my pick of the festival, it’s a unique and original film from Ukraine without words or subtitles or translation and is the most exciting and powerful film that you will see all year. It’s a true one of a kind, which after 120 years of cinema doesn’t happen very often.
Full details of the Festival can be found at www.invernessfilmfestival.com and from www.eden-court.co.uk
The Festival programme can be downloaded from the link below and the printed version will be available next week! http://issuu.com/edencourt/docs/iff_2014_web_version/0
To book call Box Office on 01463 234 234 or online – https://www.eden-court.co.uk/whats-on/strands/inverness-film-festival-2014
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Notes to Editors
- Eden Court is the largest multi-arts venue in Scotland. It re-opened in November 2007 following an extensive redevelopment programme, which saw the addition of two purpose built cinemas, a brand new flexible second theatre space and two dance and education studios.
- Eden Court is the only theatre in Scotland to offer Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) courses in Drama and Dance. These are extracurricular courses, which offer pupils from across Highland the opportunity to study at Eden Court for an SQA Higher Dance, Drama or Intermediate 2 exams. Aside from Eden Court, there is only one school in the Highlands where pupils can sit SQA Higher Drama exams.
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