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‘We’ve barely seen Alex so people’s opinions of her could change!’ Kate Bracken Interview

‘We’ve barely seen Alex so people’s opinions of her could change!’ Kate Bracken Interview

Jonathan Melville March 15, 2012 0

We speak to Scots actress Kate Bracken, the latest arrival in BBC Three's cult drama, Being Human

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Video interview: Greg Hemphill and Jimmy Chisholm make An Appointment with The Wicker Man

Video interview: Greg Hemphill and Jimmy Chisholm make An Appointment with The Wicker Man

Jonathan Melville February 22, 2012 0

Written by Greg Hemphill and Donald McLeary, An Appointment with The Wicker Man is a new play set on a remote and distant Scottish island where amateur theatre company the Loch Parry Players are

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Video interview: Adam Sinclair on working in Scotland and Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy

Video interview: Adam Sinclair on working in Scotland and Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy

Jonathan Melville February 22, 2012 0

Starting his acting career in the Channel 4 series, Boyz Unlimited, Scottish actor Adam Sinclair then took a long-running part in Sky One's Mile High before appearing in films such as Van Wilder 2

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‘We need to do the biggest, best stuff we can’: John McKay on We’ll Take Manhattan and filmmaking in Scotland

‘We need to do the biggest, best stuff we can’: John McKay on We’ll Take Manhattan and filmmaking in Scotland

Jonathan Melville January 23, 2012 0

The director of BBC Four's We'll Take Manhattan discusses directing on a tight budget, his plans for a Scottish indie movie and the future of film and TV production in Scotland

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‘It’s about being as open-minded as possible’: Allan Hunter on Glasgow Film Festival 2012

‘It’s about being as open-minded as possible’: Allan Hunter on Glasgow Film Festival 2012

Jonathan Melville January 18, 2012 0

Ahead of the press launch of the 2012 Glasgow Film Festival, we sat down with Festival co-director Allan Hunter to find out what's coming to Glasgow between 16 - 26 February

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Guest blog: Andy Gregor on the making of For the Love of Lugosi

Guest blog: Andy Gregor on the making of For the Love of Lugosi

ReelScotland January 16, 2012 0

The director of last week's Film of the Week, Andy Gregor offers us an insight into the making of the film

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'It's a glimpse into a time capsule, an alien world': Steven Severin on scoring 1932's Vampyr

'It's a glimpse into a time capsule, an alien world': Steven Severin on scoring 1932's Vampyr

Jonathan Melville January 10, 2012 0

Following on from his 30 date Blood of a Poet UK tour in the winter of 2010, Steven Severin returns this month with a rare opportunity to hear his new score for 1932's Vampyr

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‘He’s a man with a lot of fight and compassion’: Tony Curran on Young James Herriot

‘He’s a man with a lot of fight and compassion’: Tony Curran on Young James Herriot

Jonathan Melville December 16, 2011 0

Glasgow-born Tony Curran recently returned from LA to film Young James Herriot. Here he describes the turbulent backdrop to this All Creatures Great and Small prequel

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'He could be a very good vet, he just doesn't apply himself': Ben Lloyd-Hughes on Young James Herriot

'He could be a very good vet, he just doesn't apply himself': Ben Lloyd-Hughes on Young James Herriot

Jonathan Melville December 15, 2011 0

One of the trio of young actors leading the cast of BBC Scotland's Young James Herriot, actor Ben Lloyd-Hughes takes on the role of trainee vet, Rob McAloon

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'She just breezes through life': Amy Manson on Young James Herriot

'She just breezes through life': Amy Manson on Young James Herriot

Jonathan Melville December 14, 2011 0

Young James Herriot's Amy Manson on being part of a male dominated world and what viewers can expect from the All Creatures Great and Small prequel

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