We speak to Scots actress Kate Bracken, the latest arrival in BBC Three’s cult drama, Being Human.
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 rehearsing a stage version of classic British horror film, The Wicker Man.
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 and now Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy.
‘We need to do the biggest, best stuff we can’: John McKay on We’ll Take Manhattan and filmmaking in Scotland
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.
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.
The director of last week’s Film of the Week, Andy Gregor offers us an insight into the making of the film.
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.
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.
'He could be a very good vet, he just doesn't apply himself': Ben Lloyd-Hughes on Young James Herriot
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.
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.