As the EIFF 2002 progresses (it runs til 25 August) we will be updating this page with our latest recommendations.
Eight women, one body and a house full of lies.
All Or Nothing
Mike Leigh investigates the sad, heartfelt lives of high-rise South Londoners.
A shockingly graphic documentary about the backyard wrestling phenomenon.
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
A seductive piece set in China's Cultural Revolution
Breath Control: The History of the Human Beat Box
The phenomenon of human beat boxing revisited as a documentary.
The Cuban Game
History of Cuba viewed from the perspective of the country's love for the game of baseball.
Powerful documentary about the life of three Palestinian widows and their families.
Bill Paxton's kids think he's gone nutzo in religious thriller about a serial axe murderer.
Korean youth in Japan fights against prejudice.
Heartlands Big-time loser turns his life around when he travels to Blackpool in an effort to win back his estranged wife.
A little girl's persistence helps bring the Queen to small town New Zealand
It Kinda Scares
Me Documenting a youth theatre project in Tel-Aviv.
Mystery man seeks redemption and death in Mexico.
Marlene Dietrich - Her Own Song
Documentary on Marlene Dietrich's war years and after, made by her grandson.
My Little Eye
Five contestants in a deserted house in the middle of winter on a reality live website shocker.
One Hour Photo
Robin Williams assumes the stalker role in this offbeat thriller.
Once Upon A Time In The Midlands
Rhys Ifans and Robert Carlyle tussle for the affections of Shirley Henderson.
Out of Control
Budding thugs get treatment they deserve in young offenders unit.
Soft Shell Man
Alex returns home after an accident in the Indian Ocean to see his photographs in a new exhibit.
Something To Remind Me
Expertly constructed thriller in the tradition of Hitchcock and Chabrol.
The Son Of The Bride
Fortysomething businessman discovers the value of family over success.
David Cronenberg's latest depicts a man undergoing a mental collapse.
Thirteen Conversations About One Thing
Several intertwining stories of New Yorkers with no sense of direction in life.
To Be And To Have
Charming and funny documentary looking at rural school life.