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10 King Arthur Sites to Visit in Scotland

Many regions of the UK would be happy to claim King Arthur as their own. There are countless myths and...

Whisky Galore!

Whisky Galore! has been raising laughs for nearly 70 years. Compton Mackenzie’s popular 1947 novel inspired an unforgettable Ealing comedy...

Orkney’s hidden secrets

Some of Orkney’s best known Neolithic attractions have been taking centre stage recently, thanks to the three-part BBC Two programme...

Trainspotting 2: what have Renton and his pals been up to for the last 20 years?

Hitting screens next week (27 January), Trainspotting 2 – or T2 as it is officially billed– is the hotly-anticipated sequel...

8 iconic film locations in Scotland

From settings for well-loved TV shows to famous film locations, Scotland’s jaw-dropping landscapes dazzle on screen, but nothing beats the...

15 utterly unique cinemas in Scotland you need to visit

Take a break from your soulless local multiplex with and discover the warm, dark embrace of the independent cinema. Scotland...

6 Famous Film Locations on Skye

The BFG © Entertainment One The camera really loves the Isle of Skye. The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it’s...

Lights, camera, adventure! Filming Macbeth on Isle of Skye

Skye is no stranger to Hollywood. A stunning landscape of jagged and majestic hills tearing through misty skies and crystal-clear...

Scotland – #1 Cinematic Destination in the world

*** Drum roll please! *** Scotland is the winner of the world’s BEST Cinematic Destination. Whoop whoop! We’re not too...

A new hope for Scotland on screen: interview with film director Roger Christian

Great news, film fans! It’s just been announced that a feature-length version of short fantasy film Black Angel is to...

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