Edinburgh Film Festival: Read the Student Critics
We're delighted to be hosting the work of this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival student critics – read their EIFF reviews here
The 2019 Edinburgh International Film Festival is in full swing, with the festival's annual Best of The Fest selection bringing down the curtain on Sunday 30 July. Over the course of the festival, a group of ten emerging critics have been honing their craft on EIFF's Student Critics Programme.
In its seventh year, the programme offers extensive mentoring and support to student film critics as they visit the festival, with Eye For Film's Amber Wilkinson, ScreenDaily's Fionnuala Halligan and Nicholas Barber (BBC Culture, The Economist) helping the critics hone their craft.
We're delighted to be able to support these new critics by publishing their work here – click the links to read EIFF film reviews from each of this year's Student Critics, which we'll be publishing in the coming days...
Edinburgh Film Festival: Student Critics' reviews
Schemers, reviewed by Rachel Baker
The Vast of Night, reviewed by Rory Doherty
Scheme Birds, reviewed by Elizabeth Bowie
Sin Fin, reviewed by Sara Kotwicki
Venezia, reviewed by Maeve Allen
Balance, Not Symmetry, reviewed by Maria Kamińska
The Grizzlies, reviewed by Finegas Stockting
Underdown, reviewed by Dalia Aldujaili
What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael, reviewed by Oliver Thomas
Cronofobia, reviewed by Daniel Mohr
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