Pasquale Iannone, Lecturer and Course Organiser for Introduction to European Cinema at the University of Edinburgh, explains why a course on European cinema has become a regualar event at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse cinema.
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Following our 2011 coverage of Felipe Bustos Sierra’s first short film, Three-Legged Horses, we asked him to give us an update on his latest production which premieres in Glasgow this month.
As the new owners of Oban’s Highland Theatre prepare to reopen its doors, project manager Mikey McManus explains how and why it’s returning to the community in 2012.
The director of last week’s Film of the Week, Andy Gregor offers us an insight into the making of the film.
David Barras, co-creator and director of Edinburgh-set comic book caper, Electric Man, updates us on the progress of the film first featured on ReelScotland in April 2010.
Iain MacColl looks ahead to the 14th year of service for Scotland’s mobile cinema, Screen Machine.
Launched in 2006 at the Filmhouse in Edinburgh, the Africa in Motion Film Festival has become one of Europeâ€™s leading platforms for promoting African cinema. Festival founder Lizelle Bisschoff remembers how it all started and introduces this yearâ€™s programme.
Richard Sandling the stand-up comedian who runs Richard Sandlingâ€™s Perfect Movie, described as a “gloriously ramshackle, fun and informative evening of film based comedy” discusses its arrival at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Former Edinburgh pedicabber, Alex D Robertson, gives his view on new Scottish short film, Three-Legged Horses, following its recent premiere in the city.
Christopher O’Neill, programmer of the upcoming Dundead horror festival in Dundee, looks forward to the nine films screening over three days which should appeal to splatter fans everywhere.