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THE Edinburgh International Film Festival have announced a new event on the international film calendar: taking place in March 2002.
‘Early Spring’ is a showcase of seven films, screening over seven successive nights; it will premiere at the Edinburgh Filmhouse, and subsequently tour through Glasgow (GFT) and London (the Curzon Soho).
Early Spring originates from the desire of new EIFF Artistic Director Shane Danielsen to extend the activities of the Edinburgh International Film Festival outside of August and beyond the Scottish capital, and to provide a showcase of great films from around the world which might otherwise go unseen by the British public.
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