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The Curse of Clerk Street: What next for the Odeon?

The Curse of Clerk Street: What next for the Odeon?

Gordon Barr April 15, 2010 9

With a cast of characters including councillors, architects, public bodies and an ex-James Bond,Gordon Barr and Gary Painter discovered that the plot surrounding the closure of Edinburgh’s former Odeon cinema remains as complicated as

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Interview: Douglas Henshall

Interview: Douglas Henshall

Richard Bodsworth April 14, 2010 0

Scottish actor Douglas Henshall talks exclusively to ReelScotland about some moments in his career including; Lipstick on your Collar, Orphans, Kull the Conqueror, Primeval, The Eagle of the Ninth and tells us what's wrong

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New Europe Film Festival 2010

New Europe Film Festival 2010

Ross Maclean April 14, 2010 0

ReelScotland ventures eastwards to preview the Filmhouse's upcoming New Europe Film Festival, running from 16 - 28 April

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Exclusive: Electric Man interview

Exclusive: Electric Man interview

ReelScotland April 12, 2010 0

Following our recent first-look at new low budget Scottish comedy Electric Man, ReelScotland met with director/co-writer David Barras and co-writer Scott Mackay to discuss the film's production and casting

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FAB Fest 2010

FAB Fest 2010

ReelScotland April 8, 2010 0

Cult-movie fan, and Edinburgh B-Team organiser, Robbie McKay looks beyond the blood and gore to bring you the low-down on Scotland's latest cult film festival, FAB Fest

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Safety Last! at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse

Safety Last! at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse

ReelScotland April 6, 2010 0

Walter Dunlop remembers the work of silent star Harold Lloyd as one of his classics, Safety Last!, comes to Edinburgh's Filmhouse this month

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Safety Last! at Edinburgh's Filmhouse

Safety Last! at Edinburgh's Filmhouse

ReelScotland April 6, 2010 0

Walter Dunlop remembers the work of silent star Harold Lloyd as one of his classics, Safety Last!, comes to Edinburgh's Filmhouse this month

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Whip It

Whip It

Ross Maclean April 5, 2010 0

Punchy teen drama Whip It, set in the battle-scarred world of women's roller derby, is the directorial debut of Drew Barrymore

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Storm

Storm

Jonathan Melville April 4, 2010 0

With a title at odds with its script's often subdued tone, Storm is both a reminder of the atrocities that can take place in a supposedly civilised society and an examination of the

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How To Train Your Dragon

How To Train Your Dragon

Ross Maclean April 3, 2010 0

With Pixar’s Up nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, the realm of digital animation is under closer scrutiny than ever. How does Dreamworks’ latest offering How To Train Your Dragon match-up to the

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