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Film

The film festival encouraging audiences to Take One Action

Since 2008, Take One Action Film Festivals have engaged tens of thousands of people with world-class films, showcasing inspiring stories that comment on issues of global concern. We speak to Tamara Van Strijthem about a decade of making a difference through cinema.

Africa in Motion: bringing African cinema to Scotland

For the last 12 years, the Africa in Motion film festival has been bringing the best of African cinema to Scotland - making it possible for Scottish audiences to engage with African stories and industry professionals from the continent. We spoke to Festival Producer Justine Atkinson to hear more about (...)

We're rolling... new life for the Screen Machine

The Screen Machine is rolling again after undergoing a major refit of the vehicle, which has added a minimum of six more years to its operational life. We went along to the opening screening in Brodick, Arran to find out more.

Trailblazing GLITCH Film Festival returns for its second edition

Trailblazing GLITCH Film Festival returns for its second edition, running from 24 March to 1 April 2017.

Filmmakers and artists head to Hawick for Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival

Over 50 filmmakers and artists from around the world will land in Hawick in the Scottish Borders on 2 March for the seventh edition of the Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, we find out from Creative Director Richard Ashrowan what to expect.

#sugarwater - behind the scenes of Deaf and disabled theatre

The Glasgow Film Festival is screening #sugarwater - an eye-opening documentary following the first ever performance by pioneering Deaf and disabled theatre company, Graeae. Director and Producer Jo Lewis tells us why she felt this was an important tale to tell.

Documentary reveals story behind Uganda businesswomen

This Global Entrepreneurship Week (14-20 November) BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Carol Cooke launches a ground-breaking documentary campaign - Barefoot in Business - that follows the fortunes of Uganda’s growing band of businesswomen.

Discussing Exhibition Innovation at This Way Up

Film Exhibition innovation conference This Way Up, takes place between 29-30 November at Glasgow Film Theatre. Film Hub Scotland Manager Sambrooke Scott tells us what delegates can expect...

BAFTA Scotland 2016 Nominations Announced

We take a look at some of the nominations for the awards ceremony that will take place Sunday 6 November 2016.

Grow Your Own Cinema

The Grow Your Own Cinema project aims to develop film exhibition skills within voluntary arts organisations around Scotland not currently working with film, to enable them to form new film clubs and community cinemas. We found out more from Project Officer Morvern Cunningham...