David Street on Battle Mountain: Graeme Obree's Story

The Scottish director shares his experience of making his feature documentary debut charting Scottish cycling icon Graeme Obree attempting to challenge the world land speed record at Battle Mountain in Nevada in 2013.

Director Mike Day on The Islands and the Whales

We speak to Scottish director Mike Day ahead of the UK premiere of his debut documentary feature, The Islands and the Whales, at Edinburgh International Film Festival on Friday 17 June 2016.

The Story Behind The Old Lie

We speak to the all-female crew from youth arts organisation Firefly Arts about their striking award-winning short film.

Silent cinema for all at HippFest

Next week, Bo'ness will roll out the red carpet for this year's HippFest, Scotland's only festival dedicated to silent cinema, offering world-class music, glamour and rarely-seen silent era films.

On Women and Men - Bridging the Gap 2016

We speak to Sonja Henrici, Co-Director of the Scottish Documentary Institute about their leading documentary new talent initiative Bridging the Gap.

Visible Cinema

A monthly Film Club for deaf and hard of hearing audiences held at Glasgow Film Theatre, Visible Cinema is the first initiative of its kind in Scotland.

The Scottish Queer International Film Festival

We speak to Helen Wright from SQIFF as they announce the second edition of the festival will take place form 29 September to 2 October 2016.

Raisah Ahmed

We chat to Glasgow based screenwriter and director Raisah Ahmed about how she got into filmmaking and co-founding new initiative BAME Boost along with Maryam Hamidi.

Raising Films

Raising Films aims to address one of the issues that prevents many female filmmakers from pursuing their careers. We speak to Co-Founder Hope Dickson-Leach to find out more.

Taking the Shipyards to Sundance

We speak to Glasgow based Director Callum Rice, whose debut short film Mining Poems or Odes has been selected to screen at Sundance Film Festival 2016 and nominated for Best Short Film at the BAFTAs.