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The top 5 things to help your film at festivals & the top 5 things to avoid (probably)

The top 5 things to help your film at festivals & the top 5 things to avoid A little while ago, Lee at Shore Scripts asked us to pass out the Skinny on what makes festival programmers get to like … Continue reading

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2016 Summer Funding Sources for Short Film-makers

Films will get you through times of no money better than money will get you through time of no films –  but on the other hand… SHORT FILM FUNDING SCHEMES 2016    

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Watch some of the ESFF’s staff favourite shorts!

Watch some of the ESFF’s staff favourite shorts! A little while back we published a blog article on some of our favourite films from the last few years. One of our followers got in touch and asked for online links … Continue reading

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  Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2014 Trailer Trailer for the 2014 edition of the Edinburgh Short Film Festival Shot and edited by Aidan Nicol

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What a difference two days make…

Sam Goldblatt and Louise Knowles brought The 48 Hour Film Project to Scotland in 2008 and the event has been producing award-winning shorts in fun-filled, adrenaline-fuelled weekends ever since. On the blog this week they tell us how it works, … Continue reading

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Highlights from 2013’s ESFF screened at the Hidden Door Festival

Last year’s ESFF included three open air screenings, six nights of British and International short film at venues across the city and an evening of short film roulette, deep underground in a basement in George Street. The highlights were plentiful; … Continue reading

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Kate Sullivan talks about her award-winning short film, ‘Walk Tall’

    Kate Sullivan’s short film, ‘Walk Tall’ focuses on George, a charismatic and affable gymnast whose poise and grace have remained intact throughout his 91 years. George explains how to maintain a good posture from following simple and affordable … Continue reading

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