Looking back on the last twelve months as ReelScotland celebrates its first birthday.
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In the second of two articles on the phenomenon of crowd-funding short films, Amy Hawes tells us about Falling for Fitzgerald.
Films of Scotland is a new six-part series from BBC Scotland which is drawn from over 150 films made between 1938 and 1982, their purpose to sell Scotland to the world. Series producer John Archers tells ReelScotland how he came to be involved in the project and what viewers can expect from the programme.
Scotland Loves Animation
Scotland Loves Animation, the organisation which promotes animation worldwide, is bringing a selection of films to two Scotland Loves Anime weekends this October. Anime fan Shell Bryson previews the films and lists his top five screeenings.
The Inverness Film Festival may be making a name for itself as the Highlands of Scotland’s largest celebration of all things cinematic, but that hasn’t stopped father and son, William and Andrew Doig, from scaling things down for their inaugral Loch Ness Film Festival.
Hannah McGill has decided to step down after four years in her post as Artistic Director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF).