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  Edinburgh International Film Festival 2021 [read more]
  At the drive-in (well, the walk-in)
  Presenting an ambitious and free programme of family favourites, timeless classics and blockbusters in partnership with Essential Edinburgh, and supported by Johnnie Walker and EventScotland, Edinburgh International Film Festival makes a long-awaited return to one of the city’s most iconic locations, St Andrew Square, with 'Film Fest in the City' between 19th and 25th August.

This special open-air series of screenings coincides with the main programme of in-person and digital film premieres as part of the 74th edition of the city's International Film Festival, not only ensuring the Festival’s city-wide presence but making cinema accessible to both film buffs and Edinburgh residents of all ages!

The event is free but ticketed. Tickets are available to Filmhouse Members on Wednesday 28 July, and will be on general sale from Thursday 29 July, by visiting www.edfilmfest.org.uk.

Audiences will enjoy the outdoor screenings in a safe, outdoor environment adhering to the Scottish Government guidance in place at the time, and with an amazing range of food and drink produce available to purchase on site, including EIFF's Official Whisky Partner Johnnie Walker and EIFF Official Beer Partner Innis & Gunn, alongside Poco Prosecco offering alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments.

Bring your favourite cinema snacks and picnic blankets or sit yourself down on one of the famous St Andrew Square deck chairs to enjoy the likes of The Wizard of Oz, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Singin' in the Rain, Amelie, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Superman, a Star War or three, and many more.
  Graeme Clark [22 Jul 2021 at 10:23]
     

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