Sitemap - 2012 - ReelScotland

Interview: Douglas Hart on Long Distance Information

Interview: John Maclean on Pitch Black Heist

Getting ready to set sail: Boat update

The possibility of joy: David Compton on the origins of Death Watch

Scottish cinemas on Twitter

'There's now no need for anybody to handle the content': Pete Naples on modern film projection

John Gordon Sinclair: 'I enjoy the act of acting just not the stuff that goes around it'

Speaking our Language: An interview with BBC ALBA (Part Two)

Speaking our Language: An interview with BBC ALBA (Part One)

Meeting My Waterloo Road

'It's when cinema becomes live': Andy Cannon on the art of the film explainer

Episode 14: The Lost Art of the Film Explainer

'Merida's the teenager I definitely wasn't': Kelly Macdonald on Brave

Bonus Interview: Kelly Macdonald discusses Brave

Interview: Robbie Coltrane and Kevin McKidd discuss Brave

EIFF 2012 Science Fiction Filmmaking Challenge

First Glimpse of New Scottish Writing Talent at EIFF

Interview: Love, life and thinking outside the box with Maja Borg

Robbie Coltrane remembers Death Watch

The Raid in the Edinburgh Evening News

Video interview: Bertrand Tavernier on the making of Death Watch

Looney Tunes return to Filmhouse

'Automation could kill projection': The Cameo's Eric Saunders on the future of the projectionist

Brave director Mark Andrews previews Pixar's latest

Bonus Interview: Brave's Mark Andrews on Scottish films

Robin Hardy introduces The Wicker Tree

Bonus Interviews: Bo'ness Hippodrome audience memories

Episode 13: Hippodrome Festival of Silent Cinema Opening Night

The Orange and Green Elephant In The Room

Claire Mundell on funding Not Another Happy Ending

The Friday Five: Neil Brand

'We’ve barely seen Alex so people’s opinions of her could change!' Kate Bracken Interview

The Friday Five: Olly Smith

Video interview: Greg Hemphill and Jimmy Chisholm make An Appointment with The Wicker Man

Video interview: Adam Sinclair on working in Scotland and Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy

Jings, it’s Brigadoon!

Scottish filmmaker John Maclean wins BAFTA with Pitch Black Heist

The Friday Five: Maryam Hamidi

Putting the accent on Scottish film roles

The Friday Five: Fiona Hyslop

'We need to do the biggest, best stuff we can': John McKay on We'll Take Manhattan and filmmaking in Scotland

The Friday Five: Gavin Mitchell

'It's about being as open-minded as possible': Allan Hunter on Glasgow Film Festival 2012

Guest blog: Andy Gregor on the making of For the Love of Lugosi

The Friday Five: Ian Rankin

'It's a glimpse into a time capsule, an alien world': Steven Severin on scoring 1932's Vampyr

Silents are still golden at Scottish cinemas