FIRST REVIEWS FOR EDIE...COME IN

The first reviews for EDIE have arrived at the Edinburgh Film Festival. We have decided to post all of them! Here they are ....

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EDIE PREMIERES AT EIFF

The stars of EDIE hit the red carpet in Edinburgh this week. Sheila Hancock, Kevin Guthrie and Amy Manson were in attendance at packed out screenings. Audience reaction was sensational and an additional screening was organised to cope with demand. 

 

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Meanwhile Sheila Hancock and Kevin Guthrie have been hard at work giving press interviews. 

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EDIE - FIRST SCREENING AT EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

EDIE has the great honour of being selected for the Edinburgh International Film Festival. This will be our first public screening. You can buy tickets HERE.  The screenings will take place on June 26th and 28th in Edinburgh. At this time we are expecting that both Sheila Hancock and Kevin Guthrie will be in attendance. We will keep you updated on ticket sales. The first screening (the 26th) is close to full - so please book soon if you wish to attend. 

RECORDING THE SCORE FOR EDIE

Edie is now entering the final month of post production on my film Edie. One of Britain's finest film composers Debbie Wiseman MBE recorded the score last week at Angel studios in Islington, London. It's truly a beautiful and poetic piece of work that richly enhances the film. The score is orchestral with solo guitar symbolising the heart of Edie, our adventuring hero. Attention has now turned to sound mixing and grading at Post Republic in Berlin, Germany.

DEBBIE WISEMAN TO SCORE EDIE

One of Britain's finest film composers Debbie Wiseman MBE is to compose and conduct the musical score to Edie. Famous for many feature scores such as WILDE, Tom's Midnight Garden and numerous scores for television such as Wolf Hall and FLOOD. Debbie scored Simon's first feature film LIGHTHOUSE which you can buy here.  "I am just so delighted to have Debbie onboard the project, she brings not just incredible musical talents but also an ability to read a film so well. She instinctively knows what's going on sub-textually on the screen and that adds another dimension to the music" commented Simon. "More than just a score, Debbie's music is like another re-write of the script, taking the story to another level."