The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has unveiled Scottish films, filmmakers, acting talent and films shot in Scotland as part of its 2018 Festival programme.

Films made in Scotland in the programme include the horror musical Anna And the Apocalypse, which was shot in Glasgow.

The thriller Calibre, which stars Jack Lowden, in Matt Palmer’s debut feature, will also be screened.

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The “pop art drama” Make Me Up, by artist Rachel Maclean, is in the festival, as is Whitney, directed by Kevin Macdonald, and Almost Fashionable: A Film About Travis, a documentary directed by Fran Healey, the band’s singer and songwriter.

The Dirt Road to Lafayette, by Kenny Glenaan, written by James Kelman, will also feature. Edinburgh-based documentarian and EIFF Honorary Patron Mark Cousins will introduce two of his latest projects, The Eyes of Orson Welles and Storm in my Heart.

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Scottish director, Bill Forsyth, best known for his films Gregory’s Girl (1981), Local Hero (1983), and Comfort and Joy (1984), will also introduce a screening of Local Hero.

The rest of the programme is unveiled next week.

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Inaugurated in 1947, the EIFF is the world’s longest continually-running film festival.