A host of famous faces, including Scream‘s Matthew Lillard and Hammer Films’ Caroline Munro, will arrive in Scotland’s capital this May for the city’s first Edinburgh Horror Con. A range of actors from the big and small screen will be appearing at the EICC on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th May, along with horror authors […]
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Nic Cage fans rejoice! If it’s been a while since you saw a vintage Cage movie on the big screen, make sure you head to Glasgow’s CCA next month for CAGE-A-RAMA, a two-day festival celebrating the great man. From his early performances in films such as 1983’s Valley Girl, up to his action hero days […]
A number of premieres will take place around Scotland exclusively for young people.
The full programme for the 71st Edinburgh International Film Festival was announced today.
The 71st Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) will open on 21 June with a screening of the Sundance favourite,Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country. Already screened at Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals God’s Own Country is a tale of emotional-awakening set on the sheep farming hills of rural Northern England. Josh O’Connor (The Riot Club) is […]
The release of The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil deserves to sit on the shelf alongside other classic Scottish TV and film productions.
As seminal Scottish play The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil finally arrives on DVD, we meet the man releasing Scottish (and American) classics to home video. While it’s unlikely you’ll find one of their titles on the shelves of your local supermarket, the West Lothian-based Panamint Cinema label has been quietly releasing dozens of […]
Gerard Butler and Peter Mullan will star as lighthouse keepers fighting for survival in new psychological thriller, Keepers, with filming due to take place in early 2017. Joe Alwyn (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk) will co-star, with a script from BAFTA Cymru Nominated screenwriter Celyn Jones (co-writer and star of Set Fire to the Stars) and […]
‘I’m getting to that age where I’m a bit creepy’: John Gordon Sinclair and Greg Hemphill on West Skerra Light
Not content with making his mark on Scottish comedy, Greg Hemphill now has his sights set on horror. The writer/director looks ahead to his Halloween special, while actor John Gordon Sinclair explains how Twitter helped bring him back to Scotland. “The first horror movie I remember seeing was a video of Friday the 13th Part 2 […]