UK premiere of BUGS at Edinburgh International Film Festival

BUGS the Film

The programme for the 2016 Edinburgh International Film Festival has been revealed today – and features a film you may have heard of already...

An absorbing, fascinating and surprisingly tasty film." – EIFF catalogue

BUGS will have its UK premiere on 16 June at 6:10pm at the Odeon Cinema, with another screening scheduled for 18 June at 1:30pm. Tickets go on general sale at 10am this Friday.

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