Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Edinburgh Short Film FestivalThe screening of Last Exit to Ricklesburgh: Episode One will take place on Sunday 15 November at Summerhall from 7:30pm.

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In association with UNESCO and to join in the celebrations, ESFF are screening a 1920 version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde as well as a selection of Edinburgh and Scottish-made Gothic short horrors and suspense films! From rental properties in a neighbourhood populated by bizarre inhabitants to sinister nuns with a penchant for brain surgery to Nosferatu-esque dream demons, there’s something unsettling around every corner.

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Ricklesburgh goes to ESFF

Last Exit to Ricklesburgh will be heading to this year’s Edinburgh Short Film Festival!


The screening will take place on Sunday 15 November at Summerhall from 7:30pm.  Come and join us for an evening of fantastic films and excellent beers!

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Screening their regular, eclectic and diverse programme of outstanding and award-winning contemporary British and short cinema in November 2015, the festival is hosting films and guests from the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival, screening Italian shorts curated by the Sardinia Film Festival, hosting a night of Edinburgh Gothic shorts (of which Last Exit to Ricklesburgh is part of) celebrating Robert Louis Stevenson’s birth by showing the 1920 silent movie short film ‘Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde’ and hosting special retrospective screenings of short film work by the Student Academy Award nominated film-maker and award-winning artist Damon Mohl.

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