They may be some of your favourite movies of all time but would you be able to recognise them from their posters? We’re putting your movie knowledge to the test by only showing you a section of the poster for each film.
Test your knowledge of movie past with our weekly P&J film quiz. These films are all 20 years old – Can you name them?
A series of rare films, which showcase fishing communities in the north-east, will be screened across Scotland this summer.
He's one of the most popular comic book heroes ever created.
Last month the world said goodbye to the legendary Sir Roger Moore. Many argue he is the ultimate James Bond – But are you the ultimate 007 fan? To celebrate the work of the great actor, we’ve put together this Bond quiz. Try it, and find out if you are a “Dr No” it all…
He's been in more movies than you can probably remember and the latest instalment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has just hit cinemas.
A 100-strong cast is being sought for a film to be shot in Dingwall on June 10 to celebrate the community-owned GlenWyvis Distillery.
We’ve been to space for Alien: Covenant and set sail on the high seas for Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge, which can only mean blockbuster season is upon us.
Film about woman who escapes retirement home to climb Highland mountain in Edinburgh Film Festival line-up
A film about an elderly woman who escapes from her retirement home in order to climb a Highland mountain is among a host of Scottish films set to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
One of the stars of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, has spoken about filming in the "sensational" Highlands of Scotland.
Ridley Scott is back on the big screen with another instalment from the Alien franchise.
A group of north-east youngsters enjoyed a trip to the cinema with a difference at the weekend - when they watched themselves starring on the big screen.
Fans of man's best friend will be heading to the cinema this weekend to catch the heart-warming tale of A Dog's Purpose.
It's been almost three years since we were introduced to the Guardians of the Galaxy.
PICTURES: Inverness star Karen Gillan joins cast at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 premiere in London
Inverness actress Karen Gillan joined the rest of her cast at the European premiere of her recent release, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol II. It was held at at the Eventim Apollo in London.
Today James McAvoy will celebrate his 37th birthday. To mark his big day, we’ve chosen his back catalogue of films for this week’s P&J Movie Quiz. So, can you name these 11 James McAvoy movies?
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh’s new film rejected for funding… Because it’s apparently not Scottish enough
A new film by Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh has been rejected for funding -- because it is not Scottish enough.
It’s the day Star Wars fans have been waiting for – the day the teaser trailer for Episode VIII: The Last Jedi was released. Now you’ve watched it, why not test your Star Wars knowledge with our quiz. Find out how well you know lines from your favourite movies.
It's finally here.
The isle of Skye will once again have a starring role in a Hollywood blockbuster after it was announced one of its most famous landmarks will appear in Guy Ritchie's latest movie.
The UK premiere of a documentary about renowned street artist Banksy is being held in Aberdeen.
The projections are looking good for film fans in the north.
An award-winning Aberdeen wildlife filmmaker is producing a new documentary, which will follow an experimental human wolf pack in the Scottish Highlands.
The story of a triple murder in a Highland crofting community is to be turned into a film.
They are the north-east duo with a rising reputation in the global film industry.
New Disney film Beauty And The Beast will feature a gay storyline, the movie’s director Bill Condon has revealed.
Do you know your Ridley Scott from your Steven Spielberg? Can you tell an Oscars masterpiece from a Razzie winner?
The spotlight has been shone on those responsible for the counting of votes and handing out of awards at the Oscars following the spectacular blunder that saw the wrong film announced as the best picture victor.
The sights and sounds of a Moray town will be beamed onto the big screen next month when a thriller movie set on its streets makes its Scottish premiere.
There was the two-part play, then there was a book, so it only makes sense that a film must be following.
Oscar-winning director, Jeffrey D Brown, has described it as “a horrific crime". Acclaimed actress Gillian Anderson went further and spoke about it as “an abomination of humanity".
The first images of Joseph Fiennes playing King of Pop Michael Jackson have dropped, reigniting the controversy over the actor’s casting.