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Film

A life aquatic - new films explore communities' connections to the sea

This month saw the world premiere of two new films, shot on location in Wester Ross and Arran, exploring coastal and island communities’ responses to the sea and Marine Protected Areas. As the exhibition prepares to tour Scotland, we dive in for a closer look.

Get to know: Alchemy Film & Arts

Get to know Alchemy Film & Arts: one of our new Regularly Funded Organisations for 2018-21.

From Venice to Hawick: The Biennale artists showing at Alchemy

Last year, 14 art students from six Scottish art colleges were selected for the Professional Development Programme at the Venice Biennale. Now, Alchemy Film Festival is showcasing some of the work created during the programme.

Get involved with EIFF: Industry opportunities at the Edinburgh International Film Festival

The Edinburgh International Film Festival is a wonderful place to develop your skills, network with industry professionals and meet like-minded folk who could help take your career to the next level.

Premieres and golden oldies to see at Glasgow Film Festival 2018

The fourteenth edition of Glasgow Film Festival is right around the corner, and rest assured: 2018's programme packs a punch. With everything from be-there-or-regret-it premieres to some feel-good-screenings of golden oldies, there's something at #GFF18 for everyone.

Break into film and TV drama with Hit The Ground Running

For 10 years, Hit The Ground Running has been providing training for people interested in working in film and television drama, with alumni going on to work on Outlander, Shetland, Penny Dreadful and others. We spoke to organiser Linda Fraser to hear more.

Nae Pasaran: The story of East Kilbride, Chile and international solidarity

Nae Pasaran is a five-year documentary project, which has received development funding from Creative Scotland, about the East Kilbride factory workers who refused to work on engines from Pinochet’s Air Force in protest against his dictatorship in Chile.

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.