Jennie Macfie meets the organisers of “the best little film festival in the North of Scotland,” the Cromarty Film Festival.
What do you get when you mix Goodfellas with The Wire, add a dash of The Sopranos and set it in Glasgow? The Crews.
Ian Hoey meets Matt Palmer to discuss All Night Horror Madness, Bad Movies, Psychotronic Cinema and Scotland’s position as a home to cult movie screenings.
Australian actress Melissa George discusses thriller, A Lonely Place to Die, her Scottish heritage and why Scotland is the perfect location for action films.
Cinefringe’s John Lynch spoke to ReelScotland about his Edinburgh Fringe film festival.
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.
Described in the blurb as a “lovingly disrespectful homage to one of the classic films of all time”, Casablanca: The Gin Joint Cut arrives at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe with a clutch of rave reviews from its original run at Glasgow’s Tron theatre.
Deep in the Cairngorm Mountains, something is stirring. We meet Fergus Thom, the director of Scotland’s latest feature film, Brocken Spectre
Artist-come-director Jeanie Finlay discusses her new feature documentary, Sound it Out, which is screening at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. It focuses on the last surviving vinyl record store in Teeside.
Paul Fraser, established writer and childhood friend of Shane Meadows, talks about his debut as a director with My Brothers.