- The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! (rated U)
- 11:00 (1)
- Cul-de-sac (rated 12A)
- 13:10 (2)
- Les Misérables (rated 12A)
- 13:30 (1)A
- 17:00 (1)A
- Quartet (rated 12A)
- 13:45 (3)A
- 20:30 (3)A
- What Richard Did (rated 15)
- 15:30 (2)
- 20:45 (2)
- Oma & Bella (rated 12A)
- 16:00 (3)
- Macbeth (rated 15)
- 17:45 (2)
- McCullin (rated 15)
- 18:15 (3)
- Life of Pi (rated PG)
- 20:15 (1)A
- Audio describedA
- Carers & babies onlyC
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Filmhouse Recommends - Wed 16 Jun - Sun 19 Jun
Filmhouse Recommends is our pick of the films from the first few days of the 2016 Edinburgh International Film Festival...
Mustang: Sister Spirits That Will Not Be Broken
Mustang is a fresh and poignant exploration of five modern young sisters' lives bridled by a suffocatingly traditionalist culture.
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