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EIFF 2013 | Dummy Jim


20th & 21st June 2013. £9 (£7.50)
Cineworld, Fountain Park, Dundee Street, EH11 1AF

In May 1951, deaf James Duthie cycled alone from his Scottish fishing village to the Arctic Circle. He published his account of his three-month journey in the book 'I Cycled into the Arctic Circle'.

The book became the inspiration for this unique mixture of documentary, fiction, and playful visual poetry, set to an exceptional musical score. Screenings will be followed by a Q&A with British Sign Language interpretation.

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EIFF 2013 | Video Game Music Concert

LA Noire

Friday 21st June 2013, 7.30-8.30pm. £9 (£7.50)
Inspace, 1 Crichton Street, Edinburgh EH8 9AB

The Edinburgh Film Music Orchestra is back at the lab! Edinburgh’s only orchestra entirely devoted to performing film and TV music will be further expanding its repertoire with some suitably cinematic music from video games.

The concert features music from Grammy nominated composer Austin Wintory (Journey), Jessica Curry (Dear Esther), Simon and Andrew Hale (LA Noire), Robert Holmes (Gray Matter) and Jacob Pernell (Deep Blue Sky).


EIFF 2013 | Edinburgh Game Symposium

God of War III

Friday 21st June 2013, 10am-5.30pm. £6 (£5)
Inspace, 1 Crichton Street, Edinburgh EH8 9AB

This symposium examines the phenomenon and music of video games, and will look at developments in current independent video game productions. Game developers will be in attendance, including Yann Seznec of Lucky Frame and Alexander Mathew of USC Interactive Media.

L.A.-based composer Jeff Rona (God of War III) will be interviewed, and there will be a panel of video game composers including Jessica Curry (Dear Esther), Simon Hale (LA Noire) and others. Presented by Edinburgh University with EIFF and New Media Scotland.