Posts by garry-arnot

#EIFF2015 North vs. South

At Fortitude, we’ve always been fond of good old-fashioned British crime films, even when it’s the sort that fail to

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#EIFF2015 Film Review: The Road Within

After seeing the trailer for German film ‘Vincent Wants to Sea’ in 2010, Los Angeles-based writer and director Gren Wells

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#EIFF2015 Film review: 600 Miles (600 Millas)

As we continue our exploration through the world of Edinburghundian film, Garry Arnot guides us in the goings on at

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#EIFF2015 Film Review: The Overnight

As part of our coverage of the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015, Fortitude Magazine are bringing you reviews from the festival

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#EIFF2015 Film Review: The Legend of Barney Thomson

Robert Carlyle has had an association with the Edinburgh International Film Festival for years, and will always be a part

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Review: Still Alice.

Julianne Moore is arguably one of the best actresses of her generation and has worked with a plethora of the

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Review: The Guest.

After making a name from himself in the horror film genre, film director Adam Wingard is treading into uncharted territory

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Review: The Inbetweeners 2.

It’s usually a risk for popular television programmes to make the jump to the big screen but in 2011, The

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Review: Godzilla.

2014 marks another year filled with reboots and sequels, many unwanted and frankly unnecessary but Godzilla’s return to the big

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Review: Under The Skin.

‘Under The Skin’ is a daring envisioning of Michael Faber’s novel, following an alien seductress that goes by the name

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