EIFF 2010 Ones to Watch
This article is from 2010.
A poetic and haunting essay film set on the Trans-Siberian railway, covering the themes of loss and memory, past and present.
Filmhouse, Fri 25 Jun, 5pm.
The Black Panther
Surrealist Mexican noir featuring a private eye, a 1950s flying saucer and a cryogenically frozen Mariachi singer.
Cameo, Fri 25 Jun, 10.35pm.
Morris and Goscinny’s Belgian comic cowboy gets a real-life makeover, with the ultra-smooth Jean Dujardin in the title role.
Cameo, Fri 25 Jun, 6pm & Sat 26 Jun, 3.15pm.
Gripping study of family secrets, betrayal and reconciliation in the post-Communist era, from Czech director Jan Hrebejk.
Filmhouse, Fri 25 Jun, 8.10pm, & Sat 26 Jun, 6pm.
Third Star (World Premiere)
Moving and unpredictable road-trip drama with four great lead performances and a great feature-length debut from BAFTA-winning short filmmaker Hattie Dalton.
Cineworld, Sat 26 Jun, 9.30pm.
Five Easy Pieces
A special screening of the American New Wave masterpiece, starring Jack Nicolson as the brilliant musician masquerading as an oil rig worker.
Filmhouse, Sun 27 Jun, 11am.