Film Review: Drive my Car

I’m not one for conducting interviews with filmmakers; I find it stressful and nerve-wracking. However, when it’s someone I really admire I can’t pass up the opportunity. My first was a long time ago, and I had the honour of ...

SNACK Scottish Festivals Guide – March 2022

HIPPFEST Hippodrome Cinema, Bo’ness – 16th till 20th March Smushed into this sensational schedule ...

2022 Glasgow Film Festival to help GFT ‘bounce back’

Following a challenging period plagued by closures and restricted audiences, the Glasgow Film Theatre ...

Going for gold: this year’s Oscars rundown

After a resurgent year for the film industry, this year’s Oscar nominations will be ...

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The (Not) Gay Movie Club: Addams Family Values

In my family, Halloween always was, and remains, a monstrous affair, our biggest celebration ...

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Film Review: New Order

Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner is a film infused with such incredible aesthetic grace that ...

Interview: Grahame Reid talks about the Central Scotland Documentary Festival, Stirling

The fourth Central Scotland Documentary Festival (CSDF) showcases a roster of 21 films, with ...

Film: Tony Leung – His best

Being a lifelong Hong Kong cinema fan, the man, the legend Tony Leung has ...

Film interview: Ben Sharrock – Limbo

Ben Sharrock, 33, captured the 2016 EIFF Michael Powell Award for his debut feature ...

Local Cinema Heroes: Highland Cinema and Edinburgh’s Dominion talk about their (out of) lockdown story

In September, as disease stalked the land, the Highland Cinema opened in Fort William. ...

Film review: Alex Winter’s ‘Zappa’

The importance of Frank Zappa in the musical pantheon, not just in rock, cannot ...

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Film review: Black Bear

Written and directed by Lawrence Michael Levine, Black Bear is an incredible look into ...